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Bloomsbury


  1. 18 Russell Square,
  2. 68 Great Russell Street,
  3. The Foundling Hospital

Located north of Covent Gardens and known for its beautiful formal squares and gardens, Bloomsbury has an intellectual flavor about it, with many writers, doctors, and educators making their homes here. It is also home to the British Museum.

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Let generations hence be in... - last post by Rosalind Fairmont (Alex)

Chelsea


  1. 5 Cheyne Walk

Located just north of the River Thames, Chelsea is slowly becoming a haven for artists as well as being home to London's military housing. Not quite as well-to-do as other areas of London, but one could do worse.

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Astronomy at midafternoon - last post by Eleanor Clare (Rose)

The City


  1. Gracechurch Street,
  2. The Strand,
  3. Threadneedle Street

The historic core of London, The City is an undesirable area in which to live (according to the Ton at least), but it is also where many famous landmarks such as the Tower of London and St. Paul's Cathedral are located, as well as being the primary financial and commercial district.

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Rather, Stranger Than the Rest - last post by Lydia Armstrong (Emily)

Covent Garden


  1. Theatre Royal, Covent Garden

Located just north of the Strand between St. Martin's and Drury Lanes, one can find everything from vegetable stalls to the premier theatre in London to prostitutes in Covent Gardens.

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Marylebone


  1. Berkley Street,
  2. Cavendish Square,
  3. Cumberland Place,
  4. Harley Street,
  5. Mansfield Street,
  6. Portman Square,
  7. Wimpole Street,
  8. Welbeck Street

Located just north of Mayfair proper, Marylebone features fashionable housing north of Oxford Street and is centered around Cavendish and Portman Squares.

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Make a house a home - last post by Robert Vickery (Sharpie)

Mayfair


  1. Audley Street,
  2. Berkeley Square,
  3. Bond Street,
  4. Brook Street,
  5. Bruton Place,
  6. Bruton Street,
  7. Curzon Street,
  8. Grosvenor Square,
  9. Grosvenor Street,
  10. Half-Moon Street,
  11. Hanover Square,
  12. Hyde Park,
  13. Mount Street,
  14. Park Street

A well-to-do and attractive area for well-to-do and attractive people. Home to Grosvenor Square, Hyde Park, and Bond Street, among other exclusive addresses.

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Piccadilly


  1. The Albany

A major London street connecting several other major streets, such as Old Bond Street and Regent Street, Piccadilly is also a fashionable residential address and shopping area.

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St. James


  1. Almack's Assembly Halls,
  2. St. James Square,
  3. St. James' Street,
  4. The Haymarket

While Mayfair might be the place to live and shop, St James is not short on prestige and home to some of the swankiest evening entertainment in London, including Almack's, St. James' Park, St. James' Palace, Carlton House, and the infamous Haymarket.

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Kennington


  1. Vauxhall Gardens

Located to the south of London, Kennington is home to Vauxhall Gardens which features firework shows, tightrope walkers, and secluded alleys for perfect for a clandestine rendez-vous.

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The Country


  1. Richmond,
  2. Greenwich,
  3. Essex Manor

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Letters & Deliveries


  1. The Tatler,
  2. Invitations Issued

Packages, letters, flowers, and other deliveries are constantly flowing between London's inhabitants and others.

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Plotting

Use this as your first stop for new characters. Looking for a new pal or to establish some existing ones? Post here! Be sure to look at the resources in Character Development for ideas as to who would know whom, be it from Seasons past, university, or home counties!

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Character Development

A little different than plotting, this forum is for exploring the recesses of your characters. Not quite plotting, but not really out of character? Odds are, it belongs here.

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Fan Fiction


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Written a story involving your LL characters? Post it here! Please keep postings to LL characters (both active and non-player).
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Tittle-Tattle

"I dare say that idle tittle-tattle is very wrong and unkind, but it is so often true, isn't it?"
The off-topic board! Please keep all OOC, off-topic posts in this board!

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Alternate Universe


  1. Ten Little Londoners,
  2. The Ton Goes to Hogwarts,
  3. The Ton Goes to Uni,
  4. Strictly Come London Life

Karaoke night? Lost in space? Any other AU mayhem? Start your threads here! And remember, like Vegas, whatever happens here has no bearing on "real life". ;)

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The London Life RPG



The London social Season of 1811 is well underway and all the diversions it supplies are entertaining the haute ton. The men are coming in from their country seats to sit in Parliament and the women are bringing their unmarried daughters with them. But as all ladies know, catching a husband is all well and good, but certainly not at the expense of one's reputation! Will you be a matchmaking mama, a marriage shy gentleman, or a gossip monger intent on bringing everyone down? Anything can happen; it's the London life!






This Week in London
May 9th - 18th, 1811

Society has hardly stopped talking about the surprising union between Captain Sterne and the former Miss Garrison, but time marches on, and the Haut Ton must, too. A ridotto is scheduled for Tuesday night at Vauxhall Gardens, and Thursday night brings the coming out ball of Lady Rotherham's youngest daughter, Lady Olivia Fitzgerald. Everyone knows Lady Olivia's notoriously unwed sister, Lady Viola, and most are surely wondering if Lady Olivia will also prove herself as difficult to match!


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Aaron Abdullah (Tess) : (25 February 2017 - 01:14 PM) Allllllex -Tilly/Nate?? [bats eyelashes]
Lunete d'Aubin (Rose) : (25 February 2017 - 10:12 AM) Thanks! Us too, Sharpie!
Robbie Fitzgerald (Sharpie) : (25 February 2017 - 10:07 AM) Have fun, you guys; I wish I could be there too!
William Gosling (Alex) : (25 February 2017 - 10:05 AM) This one.
William Gosling (Alex) : (25 February 2017 - 10:05 AM) https://www.tripadvi...on_England.html
William Gosling (Alex) : (25 February 2017 - 10:04 AM) Let me find the link.
Lunete d'Aubin (Rose) : (25 February 2017 - 10:03 AM) I'm searching... Drury seems to be a shop. Does it do sit down as well?
William Gosling (Alex) : (25 February 2017 - 10:02 AM) I also love Covent Garden Grind but it edges towards more trendy, less cozy
Lunete d'Aubin (Rose) : (25 February 2017 - 10:01 AM) I may need to park myself somewhere to read my purchases.
Lunete d'Aubin (Rose) : (25 February 2017 - 10:01 AM) Oooh thanks!
William Gosling (Alex) : (25 February 2017 - 10:00 AM) Drury is a cute coffee shop if you want to chill somewhere in Covent Garden.
Lunete d'Aubin (Rose) : (25 February 2017 - 10:00 AM) I was in the British Library last Saturday as well and I lusted over a lot of books. I might treat myself today.
William Gosling (Alex) : (25 February 2017 - 10:00 AM) So nice!
Lunete d'Aubin (Rose) : (25 February 2017 - 09:58 AM) I'm going to the maps exhibition at the BL first and then I think I'll wander around Covent Garden a bit before meeting you guys. :)
William Gosling (Alex) : (25 February 2017 - 09:57 AM) Eeee, sounds delightful.
William Gosling (Alex) : (25 February 2017 - 09:57 AM) Yay, I'm excited :D
Lunete d'Aubin (Rose) : (25 February 2017 - 09:57 AM) Im going to dress up a bit and be totally relaxed and have a wonderful day in London!
Lunete d'Aubin (Rose) : (25 February 2017 - 09:57 AM) Sounds excellent! Today's has been keeping me going all week tbh.
William Gosling (Alex) : (25 February 2017 - 09:56 AM) And reward ourselves by seeing a lauded rendition of Shakespeare at the National Theatre later today. Sound good? ;)
William Gosling (Alex) : (25 February 2017 - 09:55 AM) Lets do this.