• General

    Santas Sleigh at John Lewis, Oxford Street for new Portable North Pole Toys and Gifts Collection

    Santa has parked his sleigh in Oxford Street, London, for the public to ride!

    Under the cloak of night-time, with a lot of elvish secrecy, Santa’s iconic red sleigh arrived at John Lewis, Oxford Street, last week, to kick off the festive season. For the first time ever, visitors to the London store are invited to go for a free ride in the sleigh owned by the celebrated resident of the North Pole and star of the famous Portable North Pole video messages.

    Launched on the 23rd September, visitors to the Oxford Street store can experience the magic of Portable North Pole at the 3rd floor Christmas Shop, where Santa’s sleigh has been parked for the season, as patrons take the reindeer on a training flight with magical technology. A video of their adventurous flight from the North Pole to London will be sent to the visitor’s email address as a keepsake, and to share with loved ones.




    The sleigh is parked in celebration of the brand new Portable North Pole Toys and Gifts Collection The range includes new traditions, toys, games and gifts to help modern families bring the magic into the lead up to Christmas. New this year, the PNP collection is exclusive to John Lewis and includes gifts such as a Good Deeds Game, the official Santa Letter, the Twenty-Four Sleeps ‘til Santa book, a Santa Letter Kit and a Do-Good Elf.

    The elves fine-tuned the story of the Do-Good Elf in collaboration with a leading Child Development expert to help families create a new positive tradition during December. Children are encouraged to model positive behaviour and show their adopted baby elf the difference between naughty and nice. There is also an Elf Case to carry your Christmas companion, an Elf Door (turn on the light to connect your home to Santa’s Village) and Santa’s Magic Key to help Father Christmas visit this Christmas Eve. Other items include Häni, Santa’s Littlest Reindeer, an Elf Hat and Elf Slippers.

    In keeping with PNP’s rich personalisation tradition, every toy and gift in the collection links to an exclusive personalised video message from Santa, which is the magic at the heart of the Portable North Pole. The packaging of each gift contains a special code that unlocks an exclusive video from Santa explaining the Christmas story behind the enchanted gift. By visiting the PNP website, the gift-giver can include details about the recipient to help Santa craft a customised video message filled with personal touches.

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  • London Model Engineering Exhibition at Alexandra Palace

    The London Model Engineering Exhibition returns to the iconic venue of Alexandra Palace for the 2017 event, its 21st Anniversary. The exhibition is regarded as one of THE Largest Model Engineering and Modelling Exhibitions in the UK and attracts over 14,000 visitors annually.

    The 2017 event will be packed with hundreds of displays to keep the whole family entertained for hours, from traditional model engineering, steam locomotives and traction engines, collections of scale model ships, through to the more modern gadgets and boys toys including remote control trucks, boats, aeroplanes and helicopters – as previously featured on BBC “The One Show”. Visitors to the exhibition can travel between the shows different zones, trying out different activities and watching fascinating and technical demonstrations.




    SPECIAL EXHIBIT FOR 2017 – Mail Rail and Postal Museum officially opens its doors in Spring 2017, and will be London’s first major museum in over a decade. When launched Mail Rail will enable public into the tunnels of the Post Office’s private underground railway for the first time in its hundred-year history. Visitors to the London Model Engineering Exhibition in January will get a glimpse into the hidden past of the Mail Rail before its grand opening. The special display will include a Royal Mail immersive and inflatable tunnel interactive experience demonstrating what life was like working in the tunnel as a Mail Rail engineer.

    The London Model Exhibition is keen to engage with modellers of all ages, the model active zone brings modelling to life.  You can take part in hands-on model building activities, watch live demonstrations from Tamiya Truckin and the British Model Flying Association. Of course a model show wouldn’t be complete without LEGO, so you can get your fix of the timeless classic at the Brickish Association and Fairy Bricks stands. The Polly Owners Group will return once again providing free passenger rides, so you can hop on board the 5” gauge steam locomotive. For the real youngsters the Imagineering Foundation stand is more like a science lab, where they can try out modelling experiments, or have time out playing on ‘Track Party’ a huge track layout featuring toy trains, cars and dinosaurs!

    Always a show highlight is the Spithead Review, a set of around 600 tiny 1:1200 scale models of iconic ships providing a visual history of 3,000 years of naval warfare. The collection has been a 33-year labour of love for Jack Snary, a former engineer and accountant from Cheshunt, Herts. Each ship takes about 40 hours to construct and its materials about 50 pence per boat but the collection is insured for a staggering £60,000!




    Other attractions include an extraordinary display of matchstick ships to models of historical ships such as HMS Victory and HMS Vanguard, built by Alex McFadyen, aged 72 from Surrey – who has built two  8ft 6inch long models, which took over 13,000 hours to build.

    The London Model Exhibition will host over 50 national and regional clubs and societies displaying their members work each competing to win the prestigious Society Shield. In total nearly 2,000 models will be on display.

    Nearly all the industry leading suppliers will be present showcasing new products and special promotions. It gives hobbyists an excellent opportunity to see and compare products under one roof as well as glean expert advice and useful tips from the professionals. You can purchase virtually anything you need for your next model or project or to get you started in a hobby.

    If you are interested in modelling yourself or want to rekindle your childhood memories, you will find something amongst the many diverse types of modelling on display to admire. If you are not already a modeller hopefully the exhibition will fire your imagination to build something yourself and enjoy one of these satisfying hobbies.

    With so much to see and do under one roof, The London Model Engineering Exhibition is a great day out for all the family whatever the weather!

    For more information visit: www.londonmodelengineering.co.uk

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  • Yamaha Music London to launch drumming festival YML DRUM FEST ’16

    Next month sees the launch of a new and entirely FREE 4 day music festival, devoted entirely to drumming!

    From Thursday 6th to Sunday 9th October, Yamaha Music London in Wardour Street, Soho will present YML DRUM FEST ’16, that offers a feast of live drumming and drum workshops, plus an exclusive 360º Virtual Reality Experience with the world’s greatest drummer, Steve Gadd.




    For anyone who already plays or wants to play drums, this is a do-not-miss opportunity for drummers of all ages and abilities to enjoy stunning performances from world-class Yamaha drummers Richard Spaven, Mikey Sorbello and Bob Knight, the choice of artists such as Cee Lo Green, Jason Derulo, Michael Bublé, James Taylor, Rumer and Incognito to name a few.

    Throughout YML DRUM FEST ’16, experts from Yamaha Drums will be on hand to present daily Tech Talk workshops covering a vast range of drumming and kit related topics, and anyone looking to sharpen their playing skills or interested to get started can book a FREE 30 minute one-to-one drum lesson.

    This is a perfect opportunity to see and hear the range of Yamaha Drums as everything will be on display from the flagship PHX series through to the new Manu Katche Jnr set and everything in between. So if you wanted to know the difference between the new Recording Custom Series and the award winning Absolute Hybrid Series then now is your chance!

    For full details and to book visit www.yamahamusiclondon.com

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  • St Ermin’s Hotel, Westminster celebrates its annual honey month

    Throughout September, the deluxe St Ermin’s Hotel, Westminster celebrates its annual honey month, to coincide with the harvest of honey collected from its resident 350,000 Buckfast bees. The sweet fruits of their labour are used in the hotel’s seasonal Honey Afternoon Tea, and Buzzy Bees Kid’s Tea created by new Executive Head Chef, Alexander Boyd – whilst the Caxton Bar and Terrace will feature a selection of special honey cocktails. www.sterminshotel.co.uk

    As well as creatively utilising the St. Ermin’s delicious honey, Alexander makes the most of the hotel’s thriving new Roof Kitchen Garden, which like its bees, produces fantastic fresh produce – such as the tomatoes and herbs showcased in the new Honey Afternoon Tea. Available from £32pp the menu features inspired savoury dishes including honey glazed gammon sandwiches with St Ermin’s tomatoes, josper oven roasted vegetable tart with honey and thyme – as well as sweet delicacies, such as glazed carrot and honey cake, passionfruit mousse with honey glazed popcorn and honey and lemon posset with candied ginger. If it’s a family occasion, kids can enjoy a Buzzy Bees tea featuring such bee-licious treats as, honey roast ham sandwiches, black and yellow Battenberg cake, chocolate brownies with honeycomb and mini bee macarons – at £15pp.

    In its continued efforts to support urban beekeeping and encourage sustainability in the city; the St. Ermin’s is once again offering urban beekeeping taster workshops with top beekeeper Camilla Goddard. Taking place on the 17th September and 1st October, the course is a great way for participants to get a real interactive experience handling bees, managing their hives and collecting raw honey. The 2.5-hour workshops outline the complexities of bee society; highlight the close relationship between bees and flowers and give guidance on what to plant, when and where and how best to site hives in gardens or allotments.    

    Visitors can head to the third floor Bee Terrace – home to London’s only Bee & Bee, to watch the colony in action (behind the glass viewing platform), and see what all of the buzz is about! With easy access to some of London’s most prestigious gardens, collecting pollen from the likes of Buckingham Palace and St James’ Park, the St. Ermin’s Buckfast bees produce approximately 25lb of delectable honey each year – inspiring it’s kitchen to create outstanding seasonal menus.

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  • Events

    Walk London to showcase some of the city’s best attractions, architecture and open spaces

    Londoners can join guided walks around the Capital for free on 1 and 2 October during Transport for London’s (TfL’s) Autumn Ambles weekend. The 42 guided walks showcase some of the city’s best attractions, architecture and open spaces.

    The free guided walks range from short strolls to challenging treks and take in some of London’s famous landmarks and panoramic views. All walks start and finish within easy reach of public transport and explore sections of the city’s seven popular Walk London Network routes, with knowledgeable Walk London guides leading the way.

    It is quick and simple to book a free place on one of the walks by visiting the Walk London website: walklondon.org.uk

    The Mayor has put a new focus on making it easier and more enjoyable to walk around London and TfL is working with London boroughs, businesses and schools to make this commitment a reality. A wide range of improvements to London’s streets, junctions and public spaces are underway with more than 1,500 Legible London signs across the Capital to help people find their way. TfL has also launched a new version of the Tube map, which shows how many steps it takes to walk between stations in zones 1 and 2.

    Ben Plowden, Director of Surface Strategy and Planning at TfL, said: “We are committed to making London the most walkable city in the world and we hope that through these free guided walks people will see how easy, quick and enjoyable it can be to walk around this vibrant city. The walks are very popular so we would encourage people to book a place soon; they offer something for everyone regardless of walking ability.”

    The 42 guided Autumn Ambles walks include:

    Saturday 1 October

    • Hidden Alleyways and Courtyards – St Paul’s to Chancery Lane at 11.00 (1.5 miles)A unique walk that explores London’s past, including a monastery, hidden alleyways and the history of London’s newspapers and journalism.
      • The Victoria line – A plague pit, the Queen, the Beatles and an American president at 12.00 (1.5 miles)This is a design-focused walk to celebrate TfL’s Transported by Design programme. The walk goes above the Victoria line to discover the sights along the route and reveals how the line accidently ploughed into a centuries-old plague pit when it was constructed. Insights about the Queen, the Beatles and a US president will also be revealed.
      • Goodnight Mister Tom – London in the Blitz at 14:00 (1.6 miles) – This family-focused walk is inspired by Michelle Magorian’s much loved book Goodnight Mister Tom, which tells the story of Willy Beech who is evacuated from London during the Second World War. The walk explores the City of London and hears what life was like for those who remained in the Capital during the Blitz.
      • St Paul’s Secret Cornersat 15.00 (1.5 miles) – Join the walk to explore many rarely visited parts of the City of London including tranquil gardens, ruined churches, hidden courtyards and some stunning modern architecture.

    Sunday 2 October

    • London’s Hidden Treasures – Waterloo to London Bridge at 11:30 (2 miles) – This stroll along both sides of the River Thames will reveal some of the secrets that lie beneath the streets and under the river. The walk starts at Waterloo and the iconic London Eye before moving directly onto the river where the history is over 2,000 years old.
    • Along the Canal – Elegant Little Venice to Eclectic Camden at 13.00 (2 miles) – Join to see the picturesque area of Little Venice and hear about the buildings and residents of the area. Walk along the canal to learn about John Nash’s development, see stunning homes, and catch a glimpse of the animals at London Zoo. The walk ends in eclectic Camden, where entertainment and popular culture surround and delight.
    • Millbank MI5, MI6 and Much More at 14.00 (2.5 miles) – Walk into London’s Thames riverside history, from boat builders and boat breakers to prisons and potteries, and discover its transformation through post-war office developments to 21st-century penthouse domination. The walk crosses two bridges to reveal the Archbishop of Canterbury’s official London residence, the Palace of Westminster, a high street with no shops and a plague pit – with ‘spies’ lurking.
    • Fresher’s Trivia Walk at 15.00 (1.3 miles) – A walk that is perfect for new London students, covering all sorts of London trivia such as the Savoy’s trick for protecting its guests from noisy horses. The walk ends at the British Library, the largest in the world.

    For more information about walking in London and to download a number of maps visit tfl.gov.uk/walking

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  • Events

    Final stage of Tour of Britain in London

    Olympic and Tour de France legends Mark Cavendish and Sir Bradley Wiggins will star in the Tour of Britain finale this Sunday in central London. This will be the fourth year in a row that the Capital has been the final stage for the iconic finish to eight days of racing, creating inspirational scenes and atmosphere to encourage people onto two wheels and continuing to help make London a byword for cycling. Research conducted for Transport for London (TfL) suggests that last year’s race inspired tens of thousands to cycle more often.

    The British riders will be joined in the Tour of Britain London stage, supported by TfL, through Westminster by German sprinter Andre Greipel and Australia’s former world hour record holder Rohan Dennis. The race will start and finish on Regent Street St James’s (Lower Regent Street) after sixteen laps around Regent Street, Piccadilly Circus, Trafalgar Square, Strand, Aldwych and Whitehall.

    TfL is advising road users to allow more time for journeys and to consider alternative routes on Sunday 11 September due to road closures for the event. The closures will also mean roads near the race will be busier than usual and some central London bus routes will be diverted or terminate early.

    The Mayor of London Sadiq Khan said: “It will be wonderful to see some of the world’s best cyclists back in London, and I hope the sight of these great sporting figures competing in the capital will encourage even more Londoners to take to two wheels. It’s good for our health, helps tackle our toxic air pollution and eases congestion. That’s exactly why I’m working hard to make London safer and easier for all to cycle.”

    Ben Plowden, Director of Surface Strategy and Planning at TfL, said: “It is fantastic to be able to welcome back the Tour of Britain and the world-class cyclists it brings to London. The Tour will give everyone an opportunity to finish off a fantastic cycling summer – from a record GB medal haul in the Rio velodrome to the opening of segregated Cycle Superhighways across London. There will need to be road closures in central London to hold this elite event, and drivers and bus users are advised to avoid these areas to ensure their journeys are not affected.”

    Mick Bennett, Tour of Britain Race Director, said: “The London Stage presented by TfL will be a great finale to this year’s Tour of Britain, and a fantastic chance for fans to come out and see the world’s top riders, including of course our very own Olympic medallists Sir Bradley Wiggins, Owain Doull and Mark Cavendish. We look forward to another fast and exciting stage in front of London’s most famous landmarks, showing what a great place to cycle this wonderful city is.”

    Advance warning signs are in place on the race route to advise road users of the closures required to ensure the safety of competitors and spectators, and TfL will be providing live information through the @tfltrafficnews. Twitter feed and on the TfL website to help drivers plan their journey – tfl.gov.uk/trafficnews.  Bus customers can follow the @tflbusalerts Twitter feed for live information. A small number of Santander Cycles docking stations near the event route will be suspended from 20:00 on Saturday until 08:00 on Monday.

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    New app Knomi helps London shoppers seek out high-end boutiques

    Fashion enthusiasts in London can now find the best boutiques the capital has to offer with new app Knomi. While London has long been a top shopping destination, finding the best local brands and boutiques was never easy. Knomi connects visitors and locals alike with brands and hidden gem boutiques that may otherwise have gone undiscovered.

    The app helps fashion conscious shoppers find products based on their style preferences and location, allowing them to snap up their favourite designs and luxury items. Discrete and personalised push notifications give helpful shopping tips to users on the go.




    Knomi offers visitors and residents in London an alternative to the crowds in Harrods and on Oxford Street by leading them to undiscovered and independent boutiques. The app has already partnered with 30 boutiques in London, including British handbag designer Anya Hindmarch, iconic outerwear retailer Belstaff and avant garde multi-brand Wolf & Badger. It is now building partnerships with boutiques in Madrid, Paris, New York and Helsinki.

    Viviam Negri de Almeida, Content Editor of Knomi, said, “While London has a lot to offer visitors, shopping is often on the top of the list for international tourists. While they’ll know the big destinations like Bond Street, Liberty or Harrods, they’re missing out on experiencing luxury boutiques that offer a unique experience and a stunning range of collections . Knomi connects shoppers with designers they’ll fall in love with as they explore London.”




    While online sales have transformed the overall retail market, physical sales still dominate the luxury goods market, with only 7% of sales occurring online. Instead, luxury shoppers prefer to touch and feel a product before buying it but the majority still research online before making a purchasing decision. Knomi aims to bridge this gap by allowing users to source and research luxury products online and save their favourite finds before pinpointing local boutiques and showrooms that consumers can visit.

    The personal luxury goods market is worth €250 billion every year and more than a quarter of this is concentrated in the major fashion cities of London, New York, Paris and Tokyo. Knomi uses beacon technology to lead customers with purchase intent into boutiques when they are visiting these fashion capitals.

    Since launching in March 2016 the Knomi app has been downloaded on average more than 560 times every week and the company is successfully partnering with five to six luxury stores every month. The Knomi app can be downloaded from the Apple App Store now.

    To find out more visit www.knomi.com .

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  • Caribbean Food Week Festival a Caribbean Flavour in the heart of Brixton

    First ever Caribbean Food Week (22-29 August) Festival.

    The feast of Caribbean food, drink, fashion and music at Windrush Square, Brixton, takes place on August 26th and 27th (11.00am until 7.00pm).

    Visitors to the Caribbean Food Week Festival will enjoy a fun-filled mix of cookery demonstrations, Caribbean street food stalls and vendors, live music and an authentic Caribbean market.

    Two of the UK’s best known Caribbean chefs, Hasan Defour and Brixton-based Solomon Smith, will each be conducting 5 live cookery demonstrations and joining visitors afterwards to share handy hints about how to make great-tasting Caribbean food at home.

    And one lucky person will win a seven night holiday for two in St Lucia (including flights/transfers etc.) courtesy of a free prize draw by one of the festival exhibitors, SN Travel.




    Visitors will also be able to enjoy delicious food provided by seven Caribbean cuisine specialists, discover the delights of holidaying in the Caribbean, unearth some of the Caribbean’s finest writers and those with an eye for Caribbean fashion won’t be disappointed either.

    And to add even more Caribbean sunshine, authentic steel pan musicians will be on site to provide a true Caribbean soundtrack to the two-day festival.

    “We’re looking forward to a fantastic event. As the UK’s No.1 name in Caribbean food and drink, we want as many people as possible to join us and enjoy the true taste of the Caribbean,” says event organiser Nyree Chambers, Head of Marketing at Grace Foods UK.

    “The event has something for everyone. Admission is free, we’re giving away money-off, in-store coupons for Grace/Dunn’s River products and, quite simply, we’re inviting people to come along and have a great time!”

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  • Unmissable upcoming London concerts in September

    This fall in London is going to rock! Ticket Select London and Travelguidelondon have prepared a list of the most amazing shows that are going to take place at the nicest of London’s venues. Don’t miss the hottest music events!

    Learn about the top rocking concerts coming up this autumn.

    Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds

    Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds

    September, 06, 7:00 PM, O2 Academy Brixton

    A rare chance to meet the former Oasis guitarist on one of the biggest stages of London. Gallaher released his first solo album in 2015 and presented his listeners with the tracks uniquely sounding in their soft rock style.

    Billy Joel

    Billy Joel

    September, 10, 4:30 PM, Wembley Stadium

    September, 10, 7:00 PM, Wembley Stadium

    The outstanding songwriter known for his inimitable approach to piano rock. One of Joel’s last work “Moving Out” (2002) for three years had the status of a box-office success on Broadway.

    Belle & Sebastian

    Belle & Sebastian

    September, 11, 11:57 PM, Dartmouth Field

    The celebrated indie-rock musicians from Glasgow is on the tour again. The group of seven pieces was breastfed with a mixture of pop-rock and folk-rock coming from the ‘60s. Stuart Murdoch is the leading guitarist, frontman and spiritual leader of the group.

    Noah Guthrie

    Noah Guthrie

    September, 14, 7:30 PM, Bush Hall

    Noah’s musical career was set in 2012 after his cover song “Sexy And I Know It” (originally written by LMFAO) became viral on YouTube. The first completed album by Noah saw the world in 2013. The funds for it were raised with the use of Indiegogo, and the final sum totalled to twice of what had been pledged.

    Sundara Karma

    Sundara Karma

    September, 16, 7:00 PM, Heaven

    The origins of “Beautiful” Karma go back to a small city named Reading. Their music charged with inner brightness is a stunning finding for ears virgin of the psychedelic indie style. The band is growing in popularity among admirers of a chilling and plangent sound.



    September, 23, 7:00 PM, KOKO

    Milburn’s music represents a charming mix of aggressive riffs, raw tones and youthfulness of modern ska. The band made a decision to break up in 2008, although, in the end, the desire to explore musical horizons won, that’s why Milburn is still alive and kicking.

    Hot Dub Time Machine

    Hot Dub Time Machine

    September, 23, 9:00 PM, O2 Forum Kentish Town

    Listeners of HDTM claim they can dance all night long while travelling through the weird spirals of mashed-up music history. HDTM’s loud, garish, loaded with audio-visual awesomeness appearance is just what dub party fanciers need.

    David Gilmour

    David Gilmour

    September, 23, 7:45 PM, Royal Albert Hall

    September, 25, 7:45 PM, Royal Albert Hall

    September, 28, 7:45 PM, Royal Albert Hall

    This former guitarist of the legendary band Pink Floyd continues his solo career, bringing to the fans masterpieces written in “that Gilmour’s” progressive style. His solo discography now comprises 4 fully accomplished albums, and last year’s “Rattle That Lock” has already received the Gold UK certification.


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    September, 26, 7:00 PM, O2 Forum Kentish Town

    September, 27, 7:00 PM, O2 Forum Kentish Town

    September, 28, 7:00 PM, O2 Forum Kentish Town

    The band was originated in London and today is considered one of the worthiest Britpop rock’s successors. Rich and sonorous, McFly’s songs are warming the hearts of thousands of admirers the world over.

    Red Fang

    Red Fang

    September, 27, 7:00 PM, KOKO

    Red Fang is a widely celebrated hard rock and stoner rock band. The four guys come right from the era when metal could shatter teeth – and their crushing riffs still can do this.

    It seems, the loudest venues of London will be crammed with music fans during the following month. A multicolour mix of classical, progressive, folk, electronic and just weird music is going to enliven the city – and gather together many enthusiastic souls at the groupie-packed live performances. Do you want to become a part of this amazing time? TicketSelect.co.uk can help to make your dream come true! Buy tickets online and get unforgettable impressions.

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  • Entertainment

    The Secret To Gaining Entry Into London’s Best Clubs

    How to Become a VIP

    London’s clubs are difficult to get into if you turn up on the night – but you can guarantee entry by booking ahead.

    London is famed all over the world for its nightlife, and you’ll see pictures of celebrities leaving the capital’s clubs in the gossip pages of newspapers all over the world. It’s because of their superstar reputation that clubs in the city are becoming increasingly harder to make your way into – no matter how you try to bribe the bouncers. To put it simply, if your name’s not down you’re not coming in! So how can you ensure you get into the club of your choice?

    Times are Changing

    The air of exclusivity surrounding London’s club scene is down to a few different factors. Firstly, there are far fewer clubs in the city than there were a decade ago, yet more and more revellers are hitting them on a night out. So naturally, some of those clubs have had to be very selective about who they let in. This has led to lots of competition between the top nightclubs in the capital, each of whom want to be known as the hottest place in town.

    London’s superstar reputation also plays a part. With the rich and famous putting these clubs on the map, they obviously want to build on that good reputation. That means only admitting the right kind of crowd – and many clubs have a strict dress code. This as well as only admitting pre-booked guests means that getting into the best clubs in town can be a tricky process.

    The Hottest Clubs in Town

    So what are the most exclusive clubs in London at the moment? With so many new venues opening, it can be difficult to keep track of which ones are the best.

    First up is Tape, which has been described as ‘game-changing’ by those in the industry. To see what all the fuss is about, secure yourself a Tape table booking.

    Next on your list should be Bonbonniere, a favourite of supermodel Jourdan Dunn and rapper Tinie Tempah. This club has only been open for 18 months, but has established itself as one of the best in the city. Planning ahead and getting a Bonbonniere table booking will guarantee you entry into the club.

    Last but not least is Drama, the successor to the famous Whisky Mist Club. To say it had big boots to fill is putting it mildly, but it’s more than lived up to expectations with its unique atmosphere and eclectic music selection. A Drama table booking means that you’ll be able to enjoy all that the club has to offer without queuing for entry and being turned away at the door.

    A Bit of Forward Planning and You’re All Set

    Once you’ve got your name on the guest list or booked a table, it’s time to plan your epic night out in the capital. Whether you’re staying at one club or sampling a few, planning ahead means that you’re guaranteed entry and all the perks of being a VIP guest. You’ll need to dress to impress too of course – you’ll be rubbing shoulders with the rich and famous after all. So wherever you’re planning to go, make your night out run smoothly by booking ahead. You’ll thank yourself for it later on!

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