Lamberty was started by Andrew in 1997. We have been based in our 2500 Square feet shop in Belgravia, 5 minutes from Sloane Square, for 10 years.
"We buy and sell internationally, with a clientele ranging from royalty to rock stars, and we love our entrepreneurs too! Our only criteria for our clients and visitors is that you share our enthusiasm."
I like to think we have the most exciting and stimulating furniture shop in the world. Visit us and you’ll enter a James Bond world. You’re on an exotic island when you come here. Enjoy yourselves – you’re on holiday!"
At Toccata Classics we aim to bring you fresh Classical music as it has never been heard before. We are dedicated to producing top-notch classical music - ALL our albums you can find first and original recordings that you can’t find anywhere else.
Next year we will be celebrating out 10th anniversary and now have almost 200 in the catalogue with many more in the pipeline! Currently we have recordings of music by Alkan, Alnæs, Ashton, Busch, Eller, Ernst, Farwell, Glanville-Hicks, Lyatoshynsky, David Matthews, Oppel, Ornstein, Peyko, Pickard, Rameau, Ramey, Reicha, Röntgen, Sekles, Shebalin, Shostakovich, Süda, Tartini, Alexander and Nikolai Tcherepnin, Telemann, Weinberg, Woyrsch and many more.
Toccata Press is an independent publisher of books on music. Brian Newbould's examination of the Schubert symphonies, amazingly, was the first full-length analysis in any language. Harold Truscott's book on the orchestral music of Franz Schmidt was the first to be written in English on that composer, nor had anyone written a book on Enescu in English before Toccata Press brought out Noel Malcolm's pioneering study of this great musician. Owen Toller's monograph on Pfitzner's opera Palestrina was likewise the first full-scale examination in English of this neglected masterpiece. Vol. 1 of Andrew Ashbee's examination of the life and music of John Jenkins was not only the first book on Jenkins but also the first on the viol fantasy; Vol. 2 is in preparation. Another of our numerous titles on British music, Ronald Stevenson: The Man and his Music is probably the largest book on any living composer. And our efforts on behalf of Stevenson continue with Comrades in Art, featuring his correspondence with Percy Grainger and complete writings on Grainger and his music. The most recent titles are Tully Potter’s monumental biography of the violinist-composer Adolf Busch and Hans Keller’s collected writings on Stravinsky, coupled with Milein Cosman’s insightful drawings and prints of the composer.
Since 2005, we have been known as a leading authority in the London voiceover casting industry and we work hard to maintain that respect.
Supplying Voices is all we do. For: Commercials, Corporate, Documentary, Promos, Animation, Audiobooks, Telephone Systems, Training Videos ..... and much more!
We also have our own studios with ISDN, SKYPE & TBU access making any project a breeze.
Please call us on 020 7 881 2568. We would love to help.
Roussillon was a restaurant on 16 St Barnabas Street in the Pimlico district of London. It held a Michelin star from 2000 until 2011. The restaurant's name comes from the village in the Lubéron rather than the Catalan region.As of June 2012 the restaurant has ceased trading.The restaurant was named by Chef Alexis Gauthier after acquiring it in 1997 in partnership with James Palmer and his brother Andrew, who had made their money from the New Covent Garden Soup Company. It had previously been named Marabel's, but new ownership, combined with the confusion of Marco Pierre White's new restaurant Mirabelle's, opening in the same week, prompted the name change. Roussillon has held its Michelin star since 2000.The restaurant offers a blend of French cuisine with British seasonal vegetables. Favourite dishes include Blue Bembridge Lobster, Colchester Oysters, wild rabbit from the North Downs and Scottish venison. The herbs and vegetables are freshly picked each morning in Surrey.It was the first restaurant to introduce a "garden" menu degustation for vegetarians, which made the news for its 5–course Flower Menu of petals and floral essences coinciding with the Chelsea Flower Show.In 2005, Roussillon caused a stir by dropping chicken from the menu because of the bird flu. However, its biggest claim to fame could be that it was the first restaurant ever reviewed by Giles Coren, back when he was with Tatler.
The Sloane Club is a Private Members Club in the heart of Chelsea.
An English Beauty.
Expect the highest standards every time you visit.
Luxurious and in the heart of Chelsea, The Sloane Club is
the epitome of elegance.
Our farmshop & cafe on the Pimlico Road, near Sloane Square. There's everything you need for your fresh weekly organic shop: seasonal produce delivered daily from our farm's market garden, artisan cheese and breads from our farm’s creamery and bakery and organic meat from our animals. Our organic cafe is open all day, a place to eat, drink and relax with friends and family. We also have a cookshop, homeware, gifts and the Bamford bath and body range.