London Pubs

London and pubs. The two go hand in hand. I’ve shot a selection of pubs across London recently and here are some of the highlights… King William IV, Leyton. The Bell, Walthamstow Time Out London For Londoners book cover The Coach and Horses, Soho Finborough Arms, Kensington Old Coffee House, Soho Bradley’s Spanish Bar, FitzroviaContinue reading “London Pubs”

The Old Blue Last

The Old Blue Last, Great Eastern Street, London. The Old Blue Last is a pub and live music venue in East London run by Vice. It hosts ‘forward-thinking’ bands and DJs every night (usually for free) and is the epitome of shoreditch cool, always full of hip twenty somethings. The band in my photos below isContinue reading “The Old Blue Last”

The Stow Festival

The Stow Festival, Walthamstow, London. The very first Stow Festival took place at the end of September, showcasing local musical talent in many venues across E17. Here, Wagon Tales and Peppercornrent performed at Ye Olde Rose & Crown. I moved to Walthamstow a year ago and like most E17ers love the community spirit and theContinue reading “The Stow Festival”

Kentish Town back streets

The back streets from Kentish Town to Hampstead Heath reveal some of London’s hidden-away pretty Dickensian Mews, cobbled streets and brightly painted terraces. Once over looking fields, these narrow alleyways now provide quiet respite from the busy Highgate Road. They lead up to Hampstead Heath and Parliament Hill with views over the centre of London.

The Roebuck

The Roebuck, Borough, London. Once upon a time this was my local and it’s one of the things I really miss living north of the river. The Roebuck is two minutes walk from Borough tube station and hosts quiz nights, live music, big screen sport, serves great food and ale and has a private function room. WellContinue reading “The Roebuck”