Follow KCW London!

Follow KCW London!

Our recent rebranding to KCW London and transition from free to fee-paying title are preparations for our forthcoming 10th anniversary and 100th edition of the paper in December this year. As London steps forward into its recovery, we announce the latest reopenings of museums, restaurants, garden centres and hotels along...

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The Great

The Great

Straight out of the gate, The Great is upfront about its blatantly ahistorical content. ‘An occasionally true story’ reads the disclaimer and if anything, that grossly undersells it. In much the manner of buses and threes, there’s been a sudden glut of prestige TV dramas about Russia’s Catherine The Great;...

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Good Grief

Good Grief

So, cautiously, you emerge from a London lockdown, or maybe a Durham one, blinking at the sun, and the first question is: who’s in line for all the cash you’ve saved not going out for two months? A hairdresser for sure, a bartender would be good, maybe a physiotherapist after...

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The Written Word: Say hello to KCW London, formerly KCW Today

The Written Word: Say hello to KCW London, formerly KCW Today

WELCOME to the first edition of KCW LONDON, formerly KCW Today   NEARLY 10 YEARS have passed since we published our first edition as Kensington & Chelsea Today and this year, as our 100th issue approaches, the time has come for our branding to reflect the new areas and audiences...

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Rembrandt’s Light at the Dulwich Picture

Rembrandt’s Light at the Dulwich Picture

A great deal is made of the supposition that, if Rembrandt were alive today, he may well have been a film-maker rather than a painter. When this was put to the award-winning cinematographer Peter Suschitzky, who helped in laying out and lighting the exhibition, he neatly side-stepped the old chestnut,...

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