The Royal Academy of Arts is hosting the first major UK exhibition dedicated to Edouard Manet’s portraits and has been since January 26th, but it only has another few weeks … Continue reading →
No trip to London is complete without taking in a live show in the city’s famous West End.
You will come across some of the world’s very finest theatre venues … Continue reading →
With all the goodwill emanating after the release of the film version of Les Miserables, it could have been lost that the stage production is still being performed in London … Continue reading →
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is one of the Roald Dahl’s most famous children’s tales and it is set to be brought to life on stage in May.
Indeed, the … Continue reading →
The sequel to the legendary Phantom of the Opera – Love Never Dies – is set to return to the West End in 2014 after a successful run in Australia.… Continue reading →
A Bigger Splash – one of the latest exhibitions from the Tate Modern – has been at the gallery since the middle of November, but it is only set to … Continue reading →
The Carnaby Shopping Party is back for another year full of bargains, in association with Grazia magazine. Indeed, on May 2nd, people will have the chance to look around some … Continue reading →
Every summer, the City of London hosts a colourful festival of music, dance, art and family events, which are held in popular addresses of the City. In the year 2012, … Continue reading →
Despite the fact that there is a seemingly never-ending amount of talent shows looking for the next musical stars to take the world by storm, the number of true success … Continue reading →
When spending a weekend in luxury hotels in London for a weekend, there can often be a lot of debate surrounding what exactly it is you will be doing in … Continue reading →
Wozzeck is the first opera by the Austrian composer Alban Berg, which was composed between 1914 and 1922, before being first performed in 1925. It is based on the incomplete … Continue reading →
Olympic 10,000m champion Tirunesh Dibaba has been ruled out of the London Marathon in April through injury.
The distance runner was set to take part in her first marathon, but … Continue reading →