A Kensington New Year’s Eve party with over 100 people present resulted in the woman who held it facing a
Combining powder-coated steel, LED displays and Google Adwords, a new sculpture in South Kensington is highlighting how digital technology affects
Bollards protecting a Kensington cycleway were removed last night despite protests by cycle-savvy kids and adults. The bollards on Kensington
A Kensington museum used lockdown to provide at home learning opportunity for children and art lovers. With the sale of
With Halloween finally upon us, many thrill seekers will be searching for the most spook-tacular venues to visit this weekend.
Farmers’ markets in London are supporting small businesses and offering shoppers an open-air alternative for their weekly shop. One of
London’s first new farmers’ market since lockdown is set to open every Sunday for a three month trial in Kensington
Artist Linett Kamala talks about Kelso Cochrane (who may be the reason for Notting Hill Carnival), her own art practice and her relationship with education.
A group of white men attacked a 20-year-old black student in a Kensington pub prompting weekly protests and calls for
Two people who claimed up to £50,000 of financial assistance by falsely declaring to be residents of Grenfell Tower were
On McQuillan’s Hill is a very Northern Irish play. It’s a Northern Irish play in the fact that it was