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How To Love London is a free online portal put together by a group of people from different backgrounds. We wish to share the little things about London that we know and discover, as we participate in the big, bold, beautiful city that we call home.


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15 November 2013 - Workshop Coffee Co. go wild with Struie Road pop-up - Following last year’s hugely successful collaboration, Workshop Coffee Co. and The Wild Game Co. are to host two more Struie Road showcases. The Struie Road is the wild and winding ... read more

5 July 2013 - British Summer Time in Hyde Park - Summer has finally arrived and you want to be out and about but not sure what's happening over the next few days. Head over to Hyde Park for the British ... read more

16 November 2012 - FUN that’s good enough to eat - Lush is by far one of my favourite stores in London. You can literally follow your nose to find a store near you. So when I found out that Lush ... read more

29 March 2012 - FREE Cake in London!! - In a stroke of marketing genius, Mr Kipling’s is giving away slices of cake in cities across the UK every day from now until 1 April. Here's a list of ... read more

29 March 2012 - Want to smell Lush? - If smelling, looking and feeling delicious is how you roll, Lush is the shop for you! It's an ethically minded extravaganza of fresh handmade natural cosmetics, and bath & body ... read more

23 January 2012 - Keep Britain Tidy, STOP cigarette litter - One of our readers sent us this very cool video that puts into perspective the effect that cigarette litter is having on our beautiful city. We support this campaign completely and ... read more

16 November 2011 - Winter Wonderland is around the corner - We are TOO excited that Winter Wonderland starts in Hyde Park next week. Make sure to head down and come say hi, one of our team is bound to be ... read more

25 October 2011 - Halloween film screenings - Classic horror movies screened in The Round Chapel (on Powerscroft Road) this Halloween are - Oct 28: The Exorcist (1973); Oct 30: The Blair Witch Project (1999) (4.45pm); The Omen ... read more

21 October 2011 - Spooktacular treats for Halloween - If you follow us then you know that we are BIG fans of The Hummingbird Bakery but it might not be clear yet as to how much we love Halloween ... read more

13 October 2011 - Halloween pumpkin carving competitions - Fortum & Mason is hosting two pumpkin carving competitions this Halloween (October 28). The first, for kids (3pm; age up to 10) takes place in the first floor demonstration kitchen, ... read more

12 October 2011 - Chocolate Week - So, not only is it National Curry Week, it's also Chocolate Week... not that we needed an excuse to indulge in the chocolatey deliciousness that envelopes our favourite city. Keep ... read more

9 October 2011 - National Curry Week - Today marks the start of National Curry Week here in the UK and we feel that there is no better place to celebrate this great cuisine than in London itself. National ... read more

7 October 2011 - Halloween display at Selfridges - In celebration of the art of darkness, this October sees Selfridges department store embrace Halloween on the largest scale to date. In true Selfridges style, the concept is given a ... read more

6 October 2011 - The annual East London photography festival - The annual East London photography festival takes place over two months and highlights include: a retrospective of documentary photographer Phil Maxwell at Bishopsgate Institute (Oct 1-Nov 30), the Photomonth Photofair ... read more

5 October 2011 - Food Safari on Regent Street - As part of the London Restaurant Festival, restaurants in and around Regent Street will be offering special dishes for intrepid food explorers between October 3-16. Timeout London's favourites include Bentley’s, ... read more

4 October 2011 - Apocalypse exhibition at the Tate Britain - Organised in partnership with the Laing gallery, Newcastle, "Apocalypse" is the first major exhibition dedicated to the work of artist John Martin in over 30 years. It brings together the ... read more

3 October 2011 - Dark tales exhibition at V&A - The V&A Museum of Childhood is hosting an exhibition exploring the darker side of traditional fairytales. In an installation created with the help of local school children and based on ... read more

29 September 2011 - The Big London Night Walk - Listen up folks! The Big London Night Walk is TOMORROW (30 September). To celebrate 20 years of The Big Issue and raise funds for homeless people, this after-dark event aims ... read more

28 September 2011 - New Farmers’ Market in Bloomsbury - Starting this Thursday (29 September), right in the heart of Bloomsbury in peaceful Torrington Square, is a Farmers' Market perfect for a local lunch and a spot of food shopping. ... read more

27 September 2011 - Venn Street Market - Looking for something to do this weekend? Head on down to South London and pay a visit to Venn Street Market, just off Clapham High Street. The Market starts this ... read more

26 September 2011 - London Bierfest - Beer, beer and more beer. "Where and when?" you ask. "Here and now" we reply. The Bavarian beer and food festival is hitting London on October 5-7 at Old Billingsgate ... read more

23 September 2011 - The Fridge reopens as Electric Brixton - The Fridge, former Rave joint, reopens after a £1m refit as Electric Brixton, with a massive launch party to boot TOMORROW (Saturday 24 Sep). Making the most of its new ... read more

22 September 2011 - Eight more days of London’s Free Film Festival - London's Free Film Festival concludes with screenings of classic, cult and contemporary films on Wed, Thur and Fri evenings. The schedule is as follows: Sep 28: The Manchurian Candidate (PG); ... read more

21 September 2011 - Eid in London - The festival of 'Eid', the global Muslim celebration which marks the end of the holy fasting month of Ramadan, is a major event in London. Since 2006 there has been ... read more

20 September 2011 - Bill Granger announces new restaurant - Aussie celeb chef cum food writer Bill Granger has announced the launch of a new restaurant in London. Yet to be named, this buzzy eatery will be Granger's first in ... read more