London is a city steeped in royal history, with many palaces, castles, gardens and monuments that showcase the lives and legacy of the British monarchy. If you are planning a trip to London and want to experience the best of royal attractions, ...
London is a vibrant and exciting city that offers countless unique experiences and unforgettable activities for visitors of all ages and interests. Whether you want to watch films under the stars, ...
Moulin Rouge Musical in London Piccadilly Theatre brings to life the glitz, grandeur and glory of the legendary cabaret, with a stunning set design, lavish costumes and a brilliant cast of actors, singers and dancers.
The Jazz Cafe in London Camden has hosted some of the biggest names in jazz, soul, funk and hip hop over the years including Amy Winehouse, D'Angelo and Roy Ayers. For years, it has been a second home for both world-renowned and up-and-coming jazz musicians.
The London City Pass, you don’t need any tickets to access all the best London attractions including London museums, London tours, and iconic London sights. It takes away all the hassle so you can focus on enjoying your London sightseeing trip.
With the whole world focused on London for the Royal Coronation of King Charles III, we thought we would give you details of the historic royal palaces in London that are well worth a visit:
The Coronation Big Lunch will see communities across the UK take part in street parties, garden gatherings, park parades and other community celebrations of The King Charles Coronation.
Blossoms and Blooms in Kew Gardens is a guided tour of Kew Gardens Spring Collection, taking you around the world’s biggest botanical garden as it welcomes in your favourite Spring flowers.
The Book of Mormon Show in London last for two and a half hours with one interval and offers both evening and matinee performances to suit all London theatre audiences, although under-16s must be accompanied by a responsible adult.
Whether you are visiting with family, friends or loved ones, Easter activities in London offer you a huge variety of great experiences. From top chocolate shops and Easter Sunday lunch in London to Easter shows in London West End, you can pack your day with culture, memories and fun!
The Peter Kay Live Tour in London is scheduled for 18 February, 22 March, 22 April, 20 May, 3 June, 29 July, 30 August, 9 September, 7 October, 18 November and 16 December in 2023 at the O2 Arena in London.
The production has been in the works for the last five years and has been associated with the producers of the monumentally prolific TV series, the world premiere of the musical took place in Cheltenham where it received standing ovations throughout.
It’s coming up to that time of the year again, Valentine’s Day is akin to Marmite you either love it or you hate it and there’s rarely an in-between. So this week we cover all the bases, whether you’ve just met someone and are planning a first date, been with your partner for eons and are using the day as a reason to celebrate your love for each other or you’ve decided to embrace ‘gal/palentine’s day’ and are living the single life in style.
Looking for something quirky to do on the weekend or half term next month? This may very well be the event for all of you bookworms out there. From Friday 17th – Sunday 19th February the London Bookshop Crawl returns for its eighth annual event.
The Tina Turner Musical show was created by the same award-winning producers that have brought you the masterpiece ‘Whitney – Queen Of The Night’. This new hit musical is the essential homage show to one of the most iconic voices in the history of music.
Returning for it’s 21st year, Imagine Children’s Festival is back from 8th – 18th February 2023! The annual festival is aimed at children between the ages of 0 – 11 (plus their adults). Attendees can expect eleven days of jam-packed fun, the festival will host over one hundred events, half of which are absolutely free!
On Monday 16th January 2023, the V&A museum are inviting those who are interested to join the museum’s curators and co-editors of a new book published titled Collecting Spain: Collecting Spanish Decorative Arts in Britain and Spain. The aim of the talk is to dig deeper to discover how the V&A museum has managed to procure items such as furniture, textiles and a plethora of other objects from Spain.
Born to an English mother and a Jamaican father here in London, Grace Wales Bonner is what you could call a savant of culture. Wales Bonner uses her love of fashion as a form of communication, using her artform to put across her broad perceptions of identity and self-expression.
BID stands for Business Improvement Districts and they are business led partnerships that are created through a ballot process to provide services to local businesses. If utilised correctly BIDs can be a formidable tool for businesses within the BID capture area. For example, activities which allow the business community to team up with local authorities and improve the local trading environment.
The concept comes from the brilliant mind of one Judith Lösing, director at East and the recipient of the first Architecture Foundation Research Fellowship. The Tree Talks event at Barbican Centre itself is set to act as the beginning point for the London Arboretum, introducing a new programme of publications, residencies and talks around the subject of trees in the capital.
In February 2023 the Saatchi Gallery will house a huge street-art exhibition. ‘Beyond the Streets London makes it’s London debut on Friday 17th February and will run until Tuesday 9th May 2023 and it will showcase works by over one hundred and fifty artists.
Burns Night is now celebrated annually on the anniversary of his birthday, 25th January, with a traditional Scottish supper and music all hailing from his homestead areas and is celebrated throughout Scotland and the United Kingdom.
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