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 →
Regent Steet in Mayfair, London, is among the most popular shopping streets with locals and tourists alike. It can offer you and your entire family with an enjoyable shopping experience. … Continue reading →
She was one of the world’s most famous actresses and humanitarians whose images can often be found printed upon various goods in many high street shops. However, in 2015 we … Continue reading →
New Years Eve is undoubtedly one of the highlights of the year when everyone gets together with their loved ones to countdown to midnight while fireworks fill the night sky.… Continue reading →
The Railway Children is one of the greatest stories to have stood the test of time, having been serialised by E Nesbit in The London Magazine in 1905, before being … Continue reading →
Alice: “Would you tell me, please, which way I ought to go from here?”
Cheshire Cat: “That depends a good deal on where you want to get to.”
Alice: “I … Continue reading →