As a car exhibition starts at the V&A, take a spin along Chelsea’s automotive memory lane with local author Daniel Pembrey.
The golden treasures of King Tutankhamum are back in London for the last time in this “once-in-a-lifetime” chance at the Saatchi Gallery.
The second Mayfair & St James’s Literary Festival celebrated the rich written heritage of this unique part of London, and even included a short film strand.
See costumes, scripts and other materials from TV and film at the BAFTA: Behind the Screens exhibition in a new venue in Piccadilly.
As Amélie the Musical arrives at The Other Palace in Victoria for a 9 week run, actress Audrey Brisson talks about playing the title role.
With the Mayfair & St James’s Literary Festival starting later this month, we take a tour around the historic, local bookshops.
The Chapel Choir at the Royal Hospital is highly regarded and professional, a true Chelsea institution. But it is a little overshadowed by the more famous Chelsea Pensioners.
Winners of the inaugural Chelsea Awards were announced this week. These individuals and businesses exemplify all that is unique and special about Chelsea.
Belgravia Books offers personal reading recommendations – a great example of an independent bookshop with community spirit and the human touch.
Learn how to make classic cocktails or meet leading arts experts while touring galleries in two special events at Mayfair’s Brown’s Hotel in September.
See stunning design ideas from a giant labyrinth to innovative West End costumes across Victoria in September as part of the London Design Festival.
Frieda Hughes, daughter of literary legends Sylvia Plath and Ted Hughes, talks about her own poetry, art and living with loss.