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The legendary production of Bounlil and Schonberg’s Les Miserables which is an acclaimed, long running musical and a global stage sensation is continuing at the Queen’s Theatre. The classic production has been seen by more than 60 million people in … Continue reading
The Field Day Festival London is a single-day outdoor music festival event that takes place in the summer of each year in east London’s Victoria Park. The first such festival took place on 11 August 2007 and this year, the … Continue reading
Presenting a London panorama that stretches from Big Ben to St Paul’s Cathedral, the view from A Room for London, which is a one-bedroom installation shaped like a boat that seems to have been washed up by a storm and … Continue reading
London is indeed a tourists’ paradise as it offers innumerable attractions ranging from historic monuments to the latest technological marvels due to which thousands of tourists pour into the city every day. The city keeps on adding new attractions all … Continue reading
First performed in 1877 in St Petersburg, the ballet La Bayadere is one of Marius Petipa’s greatest works, being a saga of passion, betrayal and redemption set in India. This stunning production is now being brought to the Royal Opera … Continue reading
Street food has been in existence since the ancient Roman civilisation and has always attracted the attention of people who wish to taste something different from the type of food that they cook at home or what is available in … Continue reading
Herr Kettner’s Kabaret will take place at the two-storey Baroque House in Soho on 28th September in which a world of hedonism and debauchery will be displayed that will remind Londoners of the time after the Great Depression and the … Continue reading