Situated on the River Thames just a few miles outside the city, a visit to Windsor Castle makes for excellent family day out when staying at top hotels in London… Continue reading →
Anyone wowed by the amazing puppetry of the smash-hit West End play War Horse while on a trip to the capital in recent years may want to book hotel accommodation … Continue reading →
As London prepares to host both the 2012 Olympics and the Queen's Diamond Jubilee celebrations this summer, the V&A is launching a new exhibition exploring the very best in British … Continue reading →
The National Theatre has unveiled the productions it will be hosting this summer as part of the London 2012 Festival.
Several new plays will be put on by the theatre … Continue reading →
The 158th annual boat race between the universities of Oxford and Cambridge will take next Saturday, April 7th.
Running from Putney to Mortlake, the course is just over four miles … Continue reading →
Stays at luxury London hotels are a great way to celebrate a special anniversary, but most guests probably wouldn’t consider attempting a 26.2-mile run as part of their getaway in … Continue reading →
Those staying in hotel accommodation in London this weekend should get themselves down to Valentine Mansion in Redbridge this weekend for a special art exhibition celebrating the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee.… Continue reading →
With London hosting the Olympic Games this summer, the Tate Britain is to host a photography exhibition focussing on the history of the UK capital.
Called Another London: International Photographers … Continue reading →
A bigger element of intrigue than usual will surround this year’s London Book Fair after publisher Penguin revealed it will use the event to sell international rights to a ‘top … Continue reading →
Following the recent news passengers on the London Underground are to get free access to Wi-Fi during the Olympics, it has now been announced that stations on the Overground network … Continue reading →
One of the highlights of the London 2012 Festival is set to be the screening of a short film by Asif Kapadia – the BAFTA award-winning director of the critically … Continue reading →
For more than 15 years the Oxford clubs are running fine. The venue is great and the place holds much for you. However, before you start your journey for the … Continue reading →