Easter is about family. More than chocolate or hot cross buns or rabbits; Easter is about taking the time to see your mum and dad or visit your kids. No … Continue reading →
Opening on the 1st of April at the Victoria and Albert this exhibition investigates what it means to be part of a national collective. As the country around you is … Continue reading →
Sunshine in London is a rare and wonderful treat. When the sun finally breaks through the cloud layer you’ve just got to get out there and enjoy it. With spring … Continue reading →
Outside of mother Ireland herself there really is no better place to spend your Saint Patrick’s Day than London. Whether you want to follow the parade floats and marching band, … Continue reading →
Father’s Day (Sunday June 21st) is coming up fast; are you ready with the perfect gift to show dad how much you appreciate him? Present shopping is difficult and easy … Continue reading →
The start date of the London Marathon is sprinting closer and it’s time to start making plans. You can expect a good show; whether you’re there to support a friend, … Continue reading →
We all know the story of Alice who falls down a rabbit hole into the magical, mysterious and sometimes terrifying Wonderland. From various film and television adaptations to stage productions, … Continue reading →
Imagining a world where kids take over may sound terrifying, but that is exactly what will be happening this month at the Southbank Centre.
Running from February 9th to 22nd, … Continue reading →
If you are a fan of your classical music, then you are not going to want to miss out on this fantastic evening. Warren Mailley-Smith will be showcasing his talents … Continue reading →
March 15th will once again mark that one day in the year when we show all of our mothers how much we appreciate them – so why not take yours … Continue reading →
If you are looking for some intense and thought-provoking drama in London, then a new show at the Theatre Royal Haymarket may be right up your street.
Taken at Midnight … Continue reading →
Places of worship are often an interesting insight into a region’s fascinating history but also the belief systems of local communities. Therefore, there is often nothing more telling about an … Continue reading →