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24 May 2017

Royal Ascot Hats By Laura Apsit Livens From Hat Designer Mayfair 0  

Royal Ascot is pretty much Christmas for all hat designers and milliners. It’s always a busy time of year. So far, this year has been the busiest but I love it! It’s so creative! Customers tend to be a lot more adventurous which is exciting and lets your mind run wild. Royal Ascot is such…

02 Feb 2017

London Sights and Luxury Stays 0  

Discover the perfect pairing this winter; remarkable nights at the glamorous 5-star May Fair Hotel and by day, free access to up to 60 London sights and attractions. With spring just around the corner, now is the time to book a stay in the cosmopolitan capital and start exploring. The London Pass offers entrance to some…

24 Jun 2016

Wimbledon and the Start of Summer 0  

How’s your social calendar looking for the rest of June? If you’ve got a few gaps or simply need some inspiration for meet ups with friends and family, we’ve come up with 3 top summery ideas in and around exclusive Mayfair. Wimbledon The Wimbledon Tennis Championships kick off again on Monday 27th June in leafy…

17 Jun 2016

Father’s Day Gift Guide in Mayfair 0  

This weekend marks Father’s Day, the one day of the year Dads deserve (and rightly so) to be spoilt. Still not planned your day? We’ve selected the top 4 things to do to celebrate in Mayfair this weekend because, let’s face it, novelty socks just don’t cut it anymore. The RA Summer Exhibition Launched just…

06 Mar 2015

Swan Lake – The Greatest Romantic Ballet (Royal Opera House Live Screening) 0  

As part of our ongoing partnership with The Royal Ballet, this month The May Fair will host a live screening of the greatest romantic ballet, Swan Lake. Scored by Pyotr Il’yich Tchaikovsky and premiered in 1877, the ballet was not well received initially. An 1895 revival proved much more successful and Swan Lake has gone…

31 Jan 2014

AN ARTISTIC AFFAIR – THE BEST LONDON ART EXHIBITIONS OF 2014 0  

On the outside, London is a treasure trove of distinctive period architecture, perfectly manicured gardens and a vibrant and diverse calendar of events. Step inside the one of London’s many world leading art galleries, however, and you will soon discover that there are many jewels of cultural significance and beauty to discover. As well as…

08 Aug 2013

Mexico: A Revolution in Art, 1910–1940 at the Royal Academy 0  

As part of our summer package, explore the wonders of Mexico at the Royal Academy with tickets included with your room. Mexico: A Revolution in Art, 1910 – 1940, examines the intense thirty year period of artistic creativity that took place in Mexico at the beginning of the twentieth century. The turmoil of the revolution…

02 Jul 2013

Club to Catwalk: London Fashion in the 1980s at the V&A 0  

Starting on 10th July pharmacy tech degrees online 2013 this summer, the V&A are putting on an exhibition that sounds right up generic viagra our street. Club to Catwalk: London Fashion in the 1980s, will explore the creative explosion of London cialisonline-lowprice fashion in the 1980s. It will look at how the impact of underground…

14 Jun 2013

RA Summer Exhibition 2013 now open! 0  

Now in its 245th year, the Summer Exhibition continues to be the world’s largest open submission contemporary art show, providing a platform for both emerging and established artists to showcase their work to an international audience. The majority of the works are for sale, offering visitors an opportunity to purchase original artwork by the artists…

11 Apr 2013

Our top exhibitions to check out in April and May 0  

Get your fill of art and culture this month without the queues at some of the capital’s lesser known, but no less fabulous, exhibitions. – Sebastiao Salgado at the Natural History Museum Salgado’s Genesis exhibition took eight years to put together and is a collection of over 200 photographs celebrating wildlife, landscapes and communities, all…