Going Places

If there has ever been a more opportune time to visit the American Museum in Britain, it is now. The Museum opened for 2017 with a sparkling preview of its

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The Celebration of Life The Celebration of Life 2016 gala dinner was held at the super chic Conrad St James hotel in central London on 8th October to raise awareness

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Good Housekeeping Helps to Celebrate Several years ago – well more like quite a few years ago – one of my writers came up to me and said, “I am

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        The 10th Anniversary of The Supercar Event in support of The Children’s Trust was held on 2nd & 3rd July. It is one of the most

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At The Royal Academy in aid of Marie Curie Cancer Care. The Royal Academy’s Summer Exhibition is the largest open contemporary art exhibition in the world drawing together a wide

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The Guildhall Dinner

It was a cold, crisp, late February evening and we were at the Guildhall City of London, with 400 other guests, for a dinner celebrating the achievements of 21 UK

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Nick Rendall’s Exhibition and Book Launch

Nick Rendall is a highly distinctive artist as he creates works solely with the use of a black pen. The complex patterns of his black and white illustrations draw us

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Life goes in cycles, including exhibitions! Quite where Venues and Events Live by Square Meal is in its cycle of life is difficult to identify. Certainly not at the end

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QEF Ladies Autumn Lunch

This event has been held for over 20 years at Epsom Racecourse and last year celebrated the 80th year for Queen Elizabeth’s Foundation for Disabled People. The shopping at this event

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The Westminster Collection

The festive season came early at (10-11)Carlton House Terrace for The Westminster Collection’s Autumn venue showcase. Event professionals from across London joined 35 of Westminster’s most unique and prestigious venues,

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The Great River Race 2015

Imagine a warm, sunny, English Summer’s evening, the sun shimmering on the River Thames, a small rowing boat, four experienced rowers and me – my first time in a rowing

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