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Explore Your Favourite Museums And Galleries From Home

Many of the UK’s leading museums and galleries are offering virtual tours, videos and alternative ways to get your culture fix without leaving the house. So get ready for detailed viewing and brow-raising as you museum and gallery hop with a handful of the very best London has to offer… TATE MODERN Andy Warhol –…

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Etalage

Fine Art Experts

There’s no time like the present to make plans for that home/ room re-vamp you’ve been putting off for a while and finding that new piece of art can literally transform a space. Experts in sourcing antique fine art prints, vintage oil paintings, maps, decorative pictures and interior accessories, Etalage can help to enhance any…

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Kit Kemp

Every Room Tells A Story: Crosby Street Hotel

“The hotel has settled into its space like someone settling into a very comfortable armchair and in that way it looks like the art is a part of the place, rather than a gallery or somewhere where you stand, walk around and go out. It’s actually a home, and it’s a home from home, and…

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Battersea Affordable Art Fair

With more than two decades of providing stunning original artworks of all shapes and sizes to thousands of visitors every year, the Affordable Art Fair is the go-to place for experienced collectors and first-time art buyers alike. Introduced in December 2019, new specially-curated print and photography themes for Affordable Art Fair’s Battersea Spring and Hampstead…

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Frenchie

Covent Garden

Since its launch on 2nd February 2016, the restaurant created by Chef Patron Gregory Marchand and his wife Marie Marchand has received critical acclaim. Frenchie Covent Garden located on Henrietta Street is the duo’s first site outside of Paris and the fifth addition to the Frenchie family; which comprises the Michelin-starred Frenchie, Frenchie Wine Bar,…

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Anthony Whishaw

Browse & Darby

“…Creation is not a reproduction of observed fact…the aim of art is the fusion of ideas and experiences with the qualities of the art medium so the artist creates a new reality. The medium becomes the work of art. The work of art is a world in itself at the same time as of the…

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Q&A with Petronella Ravenshear

Author of ‘The Human Being Diet’

Petronella Ravenshear, of Chelsea Nutrition, is a nutrition expert based in Chelsea, London. Having trained at the Institute for Optimum Health and the Natural Foundation and as a Functional Medicine practitioner, she’s a firm believer in the wisdom of the body and that food and exercise are the only medicine we need. “The people who’ve…

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Middleton Lodge

A Georgian Country House Retreat

Set in 200 acres of English countryside and private gardens, the main house at Middleton Lodge was built by architect John Carr in 1780. Privately owned by James and Rebecca Allison, this beautiful historic spot in North Yorkshire is accessed via a picturesque tree-lined driveway that leads into the 200-acre estate. Divided among five properties:…

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The Three Hills

and other dog walks

Whether it’s a romantic and cosy spot near the log burners or dining in the oak beamed orangery, The Three Hills has the perfect dining situation for you. All dishes are hand-crafted using fresh, local produce to give you a mouth-watering taste of Cambridgeshire through the seasons. The Three Hills Pub is a delightful 17th…

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Amelia Freer

3-Day Lime Wood Retreat

If 2020 already has you stressing over keeping a clean and healthy diet whilst juggling work and children (as well as everything else we all do in our day-to-day lives), then it may be a comfort to learn that Amelia Freer has just announced a three-day retreat this September at Lime Wood in the heart…

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Sir John Soane Museum

Sir John Soane’s Museum is without a doubt one of London’s best kept intellectual secrets. Originally the extraordinary home and museum of the beloved British architect Sir John Soane (who was born in 1753 and died 1837), the museum is an utterly unique time capsule for which there is no equal and full to the…

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London Art Fair

BIG NEWS! The London Art Fair is returning for its 32nd year this coming January 2020 with more themes and artwork than ever before. Here you will discover museum-quality modern and contemporary art from the best galleries from around the globe with both experienced and aspiring collectors alike looking to acquire unique works. What we…

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Borough Kitchen

Cook School Chiswick

For those who don’t know, Borough Kitchen opened its first store in Borough Market in 2013. The story began surrounded by what they love: fresh and local produce, restaurants and market stalls, and people who shared their passion for cooking. With the same ethos, Borough Kitchen has now expanded to both Hampstead and Chiswick, with…

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Troy, Myth and Reality

The British Museum

The incredible story of Troy has been told for over 3,000 years in different cultures all across the world, inspiring great works of art, plays and more recently Hollywood movies – but how much of the story is myth and how much is real? The first major exhibition in the UK of its kind, the…

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Norma London

“Sicily’s strategic position in the middle of the Mediterranean has lured culture after culture to its shores, resulting in one of Europe’s richest and most remarkable histories. In 827 AD, the Moors arrived, leading to the end of the byzantine age and the beginning of a new era of trade, prosperity and hospitality under Saracen…

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Bridgeman Editions

Bridgeman Editions is a new initiative from Bridgeman Images presenting a curated selection of limited edition prints by both leading contemporary and emerging artists. Each and every limited edition print is actually made exclusively for Bridgeman Editions by the artist then signed and are released in varied print runs, never exceeding 50. This ensures the…

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The Prince Akatoki

After a multi-million-pound transformation, the highly anticipated hotel The Prince Akatoki, London has re-opened. Located in Great Cumberland Place, Marylebone, the 5-star hotel oozes elegance and tranquility with a blend of refined Japanese aesthetics with Western influences creating a true urban sanctuary you simply don’t want to miss. Drawing inspiration from the tranquillity and lightness…

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Amazónico London

Amazónico, the Latin American restaurant and Madrid favourite has launched in the heart of Mayfair transporting guests on a journey along the Amazon river with a visually stunning restaurant and tantalisingly tasty menu. So step inside and see what this new restaurant is all about… Opening its doors in one of London’s most famous squares,…

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Christmas Workshops

4 Must Try Workshops This Festive Season

Christmas is almost upon us and with that comes the pressure to find the perfect gifts and some people are just so hard to buy gifts for. Perhaps though there’s actually nothing better than a luxury item crafted by hand. What better way to show your appreciation for a friend or family member than with…

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Daylesford Christmas Cookery School - Humphrey Munson Blog

Christmas Cookery Classes

Daylesford Farm

It’s no secret that here at Humphrey Munson we are big fans of Daylesford and their Cookery Classes – especially when they are all about Christmas! Daylesford hold Chef’s Skills Masterclasses on the second Sunday of every month; whether you are a complete beginner or a more experienced cook, this is a chance to learn or hone…

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Le Pont de la Tour

Located right on the historic riverbank overlooking the River Thames, restaurant Le Pont de la Tour specialises in French cuisine with an innovative twist. Each new season brings a new menu using the finest ingredients at Le Pont de la Tour. Located right on the historic riverbank, overlooking the River Thames, Le Pont de la…

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Sophie Paterson x Andrew Martin Collaboration

Launch Party

We were delighted to attend the launch of the Brindisi Collection, a collaboration between two of our favourite interior design studios, Sophie Paterson and Andrew Martin International. Taking inspiration from Puglia, a southern region of Italy, making up the heel of Italy’s “boot” in fact and known for hill towns, age-old farmland and situated between…

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Stargazing

An Evening of Astronomy At Daylesford Farm

Away from the urban glow, Daylesford is set within the peaceful Cotswold countryside where the natural beauty of stars can twinkle to their fullest potential. This November, why not join Daylesford in the peaceful surroundings of their Cotswolds farm for an evening of astronomy and exploring the skies above. In this upcoming two hour event…

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Firmdale Art Walks

It’s no secret that we at H|M are fans of Firmdale Hotels and the inspiring events that they curate and the Firmdale Art Walks are an incredible new addition. Art lovers can take a guided tour of the Ham Yard Hotel on 19th November where you can learn how to collect and successfully hang art, plus…

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Fraser & Parsley

Bringing beauty to the everyday through a curated collection of daily weekly planners, personalised stationery and phone cases. Fraser & Parsley founders Rachel and Josie set up the company in 2008 following a mutual adoration of design, stationery and planning. The best friends and allies set up Fraser & Parsley in 2008, raising their children…

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The Dummer Fair

Treloar’s Trust

Held around Michaelmas for the last 20 years, The Dummer Fair in Hampshire is a vitally important annual event that supports the Treloar’s Trust. Treloar’s is a life-changing place where some of the most severely disabled young people in the UK live and learn and in 2018, Dummer Fair saw one of the busiest fairs…

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Terra Terra

Terra Terra recently opened at 120 Finchley Road London, and is a debut to be the first of many casual dining concepts across London from The Ghost Group. Set across two floors, and to be enjoyed any time of the day, Terra Terra will be an experience; from baked pastries, fresh juices and espressos in…

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Decorcafe Christmas Festival

Strawberry Hill House

Is it too early to think about Christmas? Maybe a little… but this time of year rushes by so fast it doesn’t hurt to get organised… So, here’s a date for your diary – Decorcafe are hosting a Christmas Festival at Strawberry Hill House on Sunday 17th November and this is a great chance to…

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Cliveden Literary Festival 2019

350 years of history that includes poets, movie stars, prime ministers and every monarch since Charles II, Cliveden country house and hotel has to be the perfect setting for a literary festival. This September the itinerary is packed to the brim with influential men and women from politicians to writers and actors. So put on…

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Circolo Popolare

The Vibrant New Restaurant in Fitzrovia

For all the fun of the fair with music, vibrant atmosphere and a taste tinglingly good menu we can see why people are going crazy for Circolo Popolare which brings the Sicilian coast sunshine to the heart of Fitzrovia. Quick tip: It is worth mentioning the majority of tables at Circolo are walk-in only so…

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