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Winter Jazz Event

On the 10th December 2021, we welcomed Ashley Henry, Rosie Turton and CHERISE to our Winter Jazz evening hosted at Bureau

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All they’ll want for Christmas

Do your bit to support London’s designer makers and independent traders, and earn yourself a well-deserved reputation as the festive season’s best gift-giver in the process.

Art & Design

Holiday spirit

A home-infused gin is the perfect way to spice up Aperitivo hour, it’s fun to make and it’s the perfect DIY gift to give this Christmas. Urban Growth’s Orsetta Hosquet shares her recipe for success.

Art & Design

Community, Craft and Culture

Menswear designer Nicholas Daley has always used his label to support and champion musicians and artists. He tells us why it’s more important than ever that his upcoming NOW Gallery exhibition does the same.

Peninsula Life

The Joy of Living

Do your surroundings make you happy? We explore the importance of joy in the urban landscapes around us and talk to the artists and architects who are injecting much-needed colour and play into to our public space.

Peninsula Life

Let’s Club Together

Fed up with working from home but in need of a more inspiring environment than a co-working space? The latest crop of members’ clubs, designed for a new way of working, are here to help you connect with more than just the Wi-Fi

Art & Design

Let's Stay Together

The past few months have sparked a system-changing wave of innovative, exciting and unexpected collaborations across the creative industries. How can we continue to make the most of those opportunities in a future, post-pandemic world?

Peninsula Life

Flexible Working

Whether you’re desperate to get back to the office or perfectly content with the new WFH world, the reality for many of us over the coming months is likely to be an evolving hybrid of the two.

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Nature’s Remedy

London’s parks are some of its oldest spaces – and yet they’ve never been more relevant. We look at why these mood-boosting, stress-busting corners are so important and the groups that are making them as inclusive and accessible as possible

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Art & Design

MAKING DESIGN AN INDUSTRY FOR ALL

Over the past few months, the design world has rallied to address its lack of diversity and inclusivity. We explore why it’s so important that more people have a say in designing the spaces we live in. Words by Fedora Abu

Peninsula Life

Grab Your Skates

Joseph Sailsman, 54, explains how the one of the Peninsula’s art installations has become a hub for London’s rollerskating community.

Art & Design

Secret 7" Greatest Hits

The seventh and final Secret 7" closed at NOW Gallery in November. We say so long with a celebration of some of the best works of art created for the record sleeves.

Entertainment

Lark Ascending

Lara Maiklem, the London foreshore scavenger, turned her love of hands-on history into a Sunday Times bestseller. She tells Alex Rayner how she did it.

Peninsula Life

At Home on the Peninsula with Sophia

Sophia Keaveney had a promising West End stage career until a series of headaches led to a life-changing diagnosis. She tells Georgia Marsh how she’s beating the odds, and making a dramatic recovery.

Peninsula Life

At Home on the Peninsula with Harriet Kingdon

Theatrical agent Harriet Kingdon loves Greenwich Peninsula's safe walkways, as well as the wild opportunities the balcony affords

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At Home on The Peninsula with Ena Celoiu

Since she moved into her Upper Riverside apartment, Ena Celoiu has been fine-tuning her streamlined, serene style.

Peninsula Life

Testing Relationships

Once a frightening social spectre, HIV is becoming far more manageable. To mark World Aids Day, we meet Londoners working hard to kick the disease out of our social lives for good.

Art & Design

Allen Jones

To mark the installation of his new public sculpture, Head in the Wind, Allen Jones, one of Britain’s original pop artists, talks about Stanley Kubrick, 1960s New York, and why artworks can be a bit like children.

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