Strawberry Tea Garden Party

The Earls Court Community Trust invites you to enjoy a traditional summer’s Strawberry Cream Tea in the prize-winning Earls Court Square Gardens. Strawberries and cream, scones, sandwiches, cake, a glass of Pimm’s (for adults), can you believe that everything is included in the price of the ticket? Music and entertainment by our local schools and […]

0 comments | 24 June 2014
The Post-Easter Workout at SOHO Gym

The thing is it’s just reached the point where I’m not so fussed about whether my trousers fit anymore but rather more importantly whether I can make it up a flight of stairs without going into cardiac arrest. I used to be a gym bunny, then I had a baby, and then some cake. For […]

0 comments | 25 April 2014
Get Your Kicks at Gallery 286

A rather rare thing to behold these days is an art gallery housed entirely in someone’s private home. Run meticulously by Jonathan Ross and his wife painter/sculptor Camilla Shivarg, they spent a year and a half converting the townhouse into a space which now serves as their home (the first floor and above) and two […]

0 comments | 25 March 2014
Open Audition: Casting Twelfth Night

The Earls Courtiers Amateur Dramatics Society is holding open auditions on 25th and 27th of February for their summer production of Twelfth Night. Following on from their sold out performances of A Midsummer Night’s Dream last year they will be continuing with their Shakespeare in the Square open air shows that proved so popular in […]

0 comments | 18 February 2014
I’m Joining the Book Club

I have tried and tried but it just hasn’t stuck. I set up a book club with two of my friends. We all met up and chose a book, The Man Who Forgot His Wife, and we arranged a supper a couple of weeks later for discussion. It all felt very grown up, and a little […]

0 comments | 3 February 2014