Monday, November 19The Voice of London


Could this be the new Winter Wonderland?

culture, Featured, Lifestyle
Searching for something different to do this winter? Discover a fresh alternative to Hyde Park's Winter Wonderland and head south of the river to Clapham Common's first winter festival. Click below to see the festivities of Winterville's opening night: © Voice of London, Olivia Herring and Katherine Docherty Entry to the festival is free during the week and £3 after 6pm on Fridays and Saturdays. Words: Katherine Docherty Subbing: Olivia Herring Katherine Docherty

Dancing: a hidden treasure for health

Culture, Featured, Health & Fitness, Lifestyle
Words: Aylin Paula Karanis | Subbing Stephany Malcolm | Filming and photography: Stephany Malcolm and Aylin Paula Karanis Check out our video and find out why dancing can give you the same feeling as a chocolate bar... The Voice of London Lifestyle team went along to Pineapple Studios to find out how dancing can have a great effect on our physical and mental health. If you like our Vlog then Tweet us and tell us what you think @LifestyleVoL ! #KeepDancing Love fitness? Check out some alternative fitness classes in London Here.   

Winter Wonderland is BACK!

Lifestyle, Travel
It’s mid-November so that can only mean one thing. Grab your warmest coat and get yourself down to the land of all things winter: hot chocolate, mulled wine and a hell of a load of fake snow.  Yes, Winter Wonderland is back and you know you can’t resist. Even though we’ve been every year, the excitement never dies out. And this year is no different. Christmas carols playing in the background. The smell of warm chestnuts. The little chalet-style market huts that make you feel like you’re in the mountains. Seeing your breath linger in the air every time you speak. If you’re not already feeling the Christmas spirit, Winter Wonderland really is the place to go. And whether you go with friends, family or with your partner, you’re sure to have a great day out! This year Cirque Berserk
We didn’t get an Indian summer – but we may get an Indian wedding

We didn’t get an Indian summer – but we may get an Indian wedding

culture, Lifestyle
Words: Stephany Malcolm | Subbing: Kate Reichardt | Photography: Stephany Malcolm Last weekend Olympia London hosted Europe’s largest National Asian Wedding Show, and The Voice of London went along to see what all the fuss was about. Don't worry if you're not engaged... We decided to give you 5 reasons to go along to a wedding festival, even if you haven't got a ring. 1. New profile picture A perfect opportunity to get a new Instagram pic. Every corner of a wedding show is Instagram worthy and you'll be a glam spectator anyway. You'll have your best coat and dress on (or shirt), so get snapping. Plus your followers will be wanting to know what their idol is up to.       2. Free cake Like any function, the main reason we all go is for the free food.