The Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre is a perennially popular highlight in London’s cultural calendar – a summer-long programme of world-class productions in one of the capital’s finest public spaces.… Continue reading →
Sebastiao Salgado’s acclaimed Genesis is due to close on September 8th, giving nature lovers checking into luxury London hotels just a few short weeks to see one of the most … Continue reading →
One of the greatest works in English drama, William Shakespeare’s Henry VI, has returned to the Globe Theatre for a summer run.
The play, which runs until mid-September, famously tells … Continue reading →
Boasting that it’s “Europe’s largest multi-arts and conference venue”, the Barbican is the perfect place to head to if you’re in London and looking to indulge in some culture – … Continue reading →
From this Friday (August 16th), fans of jazz in all its forms will feel right at home in one of London’s biggest business districts. The Canary Wharf Jazz Festival celebrates … Continue reading →
Any budding historian who’s grown up in the last 20 years is sure to be familiar with Horrible Histories. Penned by Terry Deary, the bestselling children’s book series is famed … Continue reading →
One of the best things about a trip to London is the opportunity it offers visitors to investigate the many mysteries and myths that surround this centuries-old metropolis.
And though … Continue reading →
The Warner Bros Studio Tour only opened last year, but it’s a must-visit for anyone who’s a fan of one of Britain’s most famous recent exports – the spellbinding Harry … Continue reading →
A visit to the enchanting Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre in central London could yield a special treat for fans of Julie Andrews and all things Alpine.
From now until … Continue reading →
Hyde Park is one of London’s biggest and most popular public spaces. During the summer, and provided the weather is obedient, it’s an excellent spot to spend a lazy afternoon … Continue reading →
These days James Cameron is best known for pushing the boundaries of cinema via the action-adventure Avatar, but back in the late 1990s he was captivating audiences with the story … Continue reading →
For many tourists and visitors heading towards the hustle and bustle of London, there’s one family – and one family – only that’s of particular interest.
From the days of … Continue reading →