I’ve been to Chelsea Arts Club many times with the Sartorial Lieutenant . You have to be an artist to join – so I don’t qualify. It’s a very old and exclusive club that has exceptional art displayed on its walls and in it’s garden, including a sculpture by Barry Flanagan of one his Leaping Hares.…

I went to The Roof Gardens  nightclub many years ago. It is now a club and restaurant owned by The Virgin empire. The restaurant is Babylon with a rooftop garden overlooking Kensington High st. Great location and view. We send venues a simple form to fill in regarding access and facilities prior to a visit…

LOVEBOX music festival is one of the more convenient destinations for wheelchair users. Held in Victoria Park, and now celebrating its 10th anniversary, the relatively confined event space, at least in comparison to Glastonbury or Reading, makes it much easier to navigate the various stages. Camping is not permitted, which removes the nagging feeling that you…

If you have read my recent story about my visit to Shoreditch you’ll know we passed a place that looked intriguing. It was McQueen a bar, club and restaurant named after the ‘King of Cool’ Steve – one of my idols. It looked busy and darkly glamorous. The bar looked inviting with leather Chesterfields and we didn’t…

I haven’t been to either Bar Prague (there’s one at Angel, Islington and one in Shoreditch, Hackney), but I did eventually get them on the phone . They are bars that serve ‘Traditional Czech bar snacks’ all day. Both are described as ‘bohemian’ and display local artist’s work. Both I’m assured have disabled access as…

Lieutenant No1 and I went the Oval last year , it rained but it was enjoyable nonetheless as we sat in the wheelchair enclosure at the Vauxhall End – I think?! It was very clean and access via the Alex Stewart Gate is easy. If you call in advance they can get you parking. The…