Monthly Archives: January 2013

British Museum celebrates art of the Ice Age

A new exhibition at the famous British Museum will celebrate the artwork created during the Ice Age. The museum will be showcasing a number of sculptures, ceramics and portraits that date back to the Ice Age – more than 20,000 … Continue reading

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Royal Opera House plans Alice in Wonderland production

Families staying in central London hotels may be tempted by a special production of Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland by the Royal Opera House. The stage version of the famous story opens on March 15th until April 13th and … Continue reading

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An audience with Jack the Ripper comes to London

London's Brookside Theatre is offering the chance to find out more about the notorious Jack the Ripper. An Audience with Jack Ripper will discuss the various ideas surrounding the historic criminal, who is thought to have killed five prostitutes during … Continue reading

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New Hayward show celebrates light

A new exhibition at the Hayward Gallery is look at the concept of light and how it can alter perceptions. Many of the pieces featured in the show date back to the 1960s but appear futuristic in their design and … Continue reading

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The Turn of the Screw adapted for London stage

London's Almeida Theatre is presenting a stage version of the famous Henry James novel The Turn of the Screw. Visitors to central London hotels have until March 16th to see the dramatic performance of the classic ghost story. Set on … Continue reading

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Hyde Park concerts planned for 2013

Hyde Park will host a number of concerts this year as part of the new Barclaycard British Summer Time season. Replacing the Live Nation concerts, the latest festivals will include performances from top artists such as Bon Jovi. The festival … Continue reading

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Yoko Ono to present Meltdown Festival

Yoko Ono will present this year's Meltdown Festival in London. The Southbank will host the annual event, which is one of the main highlights of the capital's extensive music calendar. Having taking place for more than two decades, the Meltdown … Continue reading

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Don trainers to discover London’s landmarks

"This concept offers an alternative to being jammed in a bus," founder and runner Hope Sloly told London's Evening Standard. "In addition, joggers see so much more than on a conventional walking tour." People can choose from a number of … Continue reading

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Soho Theatre presents comic dragon

London's Soho Theatre will be welcoming Piff the Magic Dragon this March. The comic magician will also be accompanied on stage by his fluffy friend Chihuahua Mr Piffles. Piff was first seen on a show by the popular US magicians … Continue reading

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St David’s Day celebrated in the capital

Although it may be a few miles from Wales, London is still a great place to celebrate St David's Day on March 1st. Amongst the many highlights, visitors should consider a visit to the Loose Cannon Arches, where there will … Continue reading

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The Lolcats visit London

A special Lolcat exhibition is taking place in London this month. Fans of the internet felines will need to book central London hotels as soon as possible if they want to visit 'The Exibishun' before it closes on February 15th. … Continue reading

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London prepares for Six Nations

London's famous Twickenham Stadium will host a number of Six Nations rugby ties over the coming months. Rugby fans will need to book their central London hotels as soon as possible to see England as they compete against Scotland, Wales, … Continue reading

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