Recommended: I love it here! It reminds me of a mundane muggle version of the secret wizard mall 'Diagon Alley' in the Harry Potter series. Be sure to check out 'Weasleys' Wizard Wheezes'. *chuckles* Read more.
Spotted: Madonna is a regular here and this is a favoured spot of Tony Blair. For Tony Blair’s FT interview here... Read more.
The longest-running show in British Theatre History, Agatha Christie's play has featured Richard Attenborough and his wife Sheila Sim amongst its 382 cast members to date. Read more.
London: Our beloved Philippe Starck designed the interiors of this posh hotel. Read more.
Probably London's most famous music heritage site. Made famous by the Beatles but plenty of other historic acts have recorded here too. Read more.
It's not just a meeting place before descending into the Underworld, it's also a great pub. It's also massive so it's not the best meeting place. Read more.
Opened in 1982, Tthe Barbican Centre is the largest performing arts centre in Europe. Take part in the free Barbican Extraordinary Voices weekender 22-23 July 2011. Read more.
Flat White opened in Soho in 2005 and was the first of a new wave of coffee shops in London to champion the Antipodean way of starting the day... Read more.