Everything you need to know about a real Lord Mayor of London who, for some reason, is the main character in a traditional pantomime
I take a look at this once-common sight on London’s streets, now endangered and particularly vulnerable in the Covid era
Try spotting the eccentricity – more difficult than you might expect – as I outline the history of the Eccentric Club. It’s a story of thespians, beaver hats, philanthropy, Mr. Fulham and the owners of Chelsea FC’s ground.
Why a stone depiction of camels in Eastcheap has me dreaming of twiglets
Everything you need to know – and a few trivia facts you don’t – about an iconic building at the heart of the Square Mile
It’s time to celebrate some long gone but legendary London restaurants
The architectural style of a building can be deceptive. In the case of 252 High Holborn I know the truth that lies hidden behind the Portland stone facade because, dear reader, I worked there.