Since mid-April, the fifth annual Udderbelly Festival has been delighting visitors to London’s South Bank – offering the very best in comedy, cabaret and music from within a giant, upside-down … Continue reading →
Thousands of journeys are made on the London Underground every day, with tourists and commuters alike enjoying the privilege of navigating the city via the world’s oldest subterranean railway.
A … Continue reading →
The 2012 Olympic Games in London had provided opportunities to commission dozens of works of art, including 26 pieces in the Olympic Park itself. One of the most important pieces … Continue reading →
The Museum of London is a fantastic place for tourists to learn about the unique history and culture of the English capital. Those especially passionate about unearthing the past should … Continue reading →
After months of preparation, the 13th annual East End Film Festival (EEFF) is now underway – presenting a wide and diverse programme of the very best the independent filmmaking industry … Continue reading →
The Wembley Stadium will feature a special show on 22 June 2013 with the global rock superstars performing their biggest ever standalone concert in which Brandon Flowers and his band … Continue reading →
The Sound of Music is one of the world’s best-loved musicals, immortalised in the 1960s by a staggeringly successful film version that starred Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer. From next … Continue reading →
The Royal Academy of Arts in London is set to host a fascinating exhibition of Mexican art from the early 20th century.
Entitled Mexico: A Revolution in Art, the event … Continue reading →
Most fans of Amy Winehouse know the singer-songwriter best for her powerful contralto vocals, estimable songwriting talents and instantly recognisable sense of style – not to mention a widely reported-upon, … Continue reading →
One of the biggest and most popular annual events in the classical music world is about to commence, with the BBC Proms scheduled to begin its eight-week run on July … Continue reading →
To get orbiting views of Olympics London, a 1,500-ton-steel tower, the ruby red 37-storey Arcelormittal Orbit has been constructed in East London’s Olympic Park. It gives incredible and compelling panoramic … Continue reading →
Noel Coward fans will be delighted to learn that one of his works – Private Lives – will be brought to life as of tomorrow (June 22nd) in London’s Gielgud … Continue reading →