Pride in London, the capital’s biggest one-day event, is approaching, and after more than 750,000 people came out to celebrate in the rain last year, the organisers expect gay Pride in London 2015 to be even bigger!
London is awash with beautiful single people, all trying to find it each other, whether that’s through apps, dating sites or the old-fashioned way - but we’ve found a pretty weird way to find love: smelling stinky t-shirts at a pheromone party.
The London Marathon is coming up on Sunday April 26, and as it’s one of the largest mass participation events in the world, there’s going to be a fair bit of travel disruption - but don’t worry, we’re here to guide you through the road closures.
It’s not too late to go ice skating this winter! Winter Wonderland might be gone, but there will be ice rinks in the capital until the end of February, in case you should fancy a romantic Valentine’s Day skate under the stars...
The London New Year’s Day parade is an annual tradition and 2015 is set to be bigger and better than ever. Instead of nursing a hangover indoors, getting out in the fresh air to watch the spectacle. Here’s everything you need to know!
With the run up to New Year well under way, using up those last days of holiday to jet off somewhere warm may be impossible - with limited time to plan and spiralling Christmas prices. But, though the next few months may be cold and dreary, there is no other city quite like ours and taking steps to enjoy it is easier than you think.