While London thankfully has a reputation for producing and promoting the work of gay artists, this year there have been a wide range of events across London for the first time to mark the fiftieth anniversary of the partial decriminalisation of homosexuality in the UK.
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Edinburgh Fringe is a beautiful and mesmerising collection of everything that… shouldn’t really be a thing. From improvised Jane Austen to men dressing as gorillas, there’s weird, wacky and brilliant theatre, comedy and performance art. While the UK’s focus is firmly in Scotland, London is certainly not sitting quietly, with plays and gigs and exhibitions continuing apace for the month.
The IAAF World Athletics Championships are coming to London this week! So if you also consider yourself an elite athlete, we’ve pulled together some tough training routes, intense races and high-end events for a variety of sports in London.
We’re delighted to announce our partnership with BridgeStreet Global Hospitality, one of the world’s leading firms providing hospitality for business travellers.
If you’re a savoury person, then turn away now. If, however, you’re anything like me and have a disgustingly unrelenting sweet-tooth and frequent cravings for gluttonous treats, then you can continue reading as this one’s for you.
We are delighted to announce that rising tennis star, Yulia Putintseva, has exclusively chosen UnderTheDoormat as her accommodation provider during the 2017 Wimbledon championships.
On her last day with UnderTheDoormat and in London, Lisa gives us her view on what would make a perfect weekend in the city.
We’ve had a look at some ingenious examples of how we can make use of pretty much anything, finding the best flea markets, art installations and upcycling workshops where you can purchase that throne (or unwanted chair, depending on how you see it).
London’s Borough Market re-opened its historic doors to the public today following the tragic London terror on June 3rd. The re-opening was commemorated with a minute’s silence and a ringing bell to remember the victims.
Hampstead is embarking on route taken by Notting Hill with the release of the film Hampstead, shot and set in this leafy and beautiful North London suburb. So before the area receives a flood of visitors, we delved into the nooks and crannies to bring you where the tourists (and guides) don’t even think about going.