Lifting the lid on the secretive Kit-Cat club in 18th century London where Whigs met behind closed doors


Londoners rioted during the building of Somerset House because of the cost and behaviour of Lord Protector Somerset

St Mary-le-Strand is the church that appears to be stuck in the middle of the road near Kings college and Somerset House. In fact, it’s been referred to as St Mary-in-the-way. This place of worship was designed by the architect James Gibbs and was one of fifty churches ordered to be built during the reign […]

Where flappers went to dance in 1920s London – the Cecil Hotel on the Strand