Tag Archives: things to do in London

October 13

Do you have an event in London happening next week that you would like to be listed here #London #Event

September 10

1. Go to a Soho Live Jazz week event (Wednesday 11th to Saturday 14th September)

Soho’s iconic performance venues are coming together to present the capital’s first Soho.Live Jazz Week. Over 15 venues will showcase more than 200 jazz artists across 45 ticketed shows. Highlights Wednesday 11 September Ashley Henry, L’Escargot, Greek St. 9:30pm As one of the UK’s leading jazz & beats performers brings his live show to soho for […]

March 08

5 THINGS YOU MIGHT NOT KNOW ABOUT TAIKO DRUMMING | Sadler’s Wells Blog #London #Articles 

The art of Taiko drumming was first introduced into Japan in 6th Century CE and has remained an important part of the culture and tradition ever since. With the Yamato Drummers returning to the UK this March to entertain West End audiences at The Peacock theatre, here are a few facts you might not know about […]

August 30

1. Try these alternative Free Things to Do in London which are also suitable for families.

Done all the main museums, parks and tourist sights in London? Then have a look at my 5 alternative things to do in London, from the Freemasons Hall to film screenings – all entirely for free and also suitable for families! via 5 Alternative Free Things to Do in London! (Also Suitable for Families) — Dutch […]

August 22

5. London’s first maker festival kicks off in Victoria Park #makemore #London #festival

A brand-new festival celebrating the maker movement has kicked off In London’s Victoria Park. MAKEMORE combines hands on workshops and demonstrations with live music, stand-up comedy and a series of insightful talks, bringing together more than 100 independent artists, crafters, cooks and musicians. The festival continues throughout the Bank Holiday weekend. For experienced creatives and […]

July 18

4. National Theatre announces new season of talks and events #NationalTheatre #London

To accompany the new season of productions, a programme of talks and events will begin with a series relating to Antony and Cleopatra. Director Simon Godwin will reflect on the production, and Ralph Fiennes and Sophie Okonedo will discuss the challenges and rewards of appearing in the production. Professor of Classics Edith Hall will give […]

January 10

Take a Heliair Helicopter Ride above Central London

To celebrate my graduation (and marriage), my siblings surprised me with a HeliAir Helicopter fight over London (link here). They told me to keep that weekend available, so I knew they were planning something; a helicopter ride over London was the LAST thing on my mind. We were driving for over an hour towards the […]

January 09

Have you done all of these 25 London things?

You’d think with two full weeks to explore London we’d have at least scratched the surface, but even having checked off what I consider an impressive list of Things To Do we still left with a long list of Maybe Next Time…. via 25 Things to do in London — HilaryStyle

January 08

Enjoy a night of comedy at The Old Queens Head, Islington

London comedy night in Islington with James Acaster, Jamali Maddix, Yuriko Kotani and Sean Morley for just £7 via Comedy in Angel – February 12 — Laugh Out London comedy club – best value live comedy in London

January 07

Spend four days in London like this

I’m an avid traveler, so returning to destinations can sometimes feel like a wasted opportunity to visit somewhere new and mysterious, full of exotic and novel experiences. But after such an incredible weekend, I can hardly think how I could have NOT wanted to go back to London….Four days full to the brim with sight-seeing […]

November 14

5 things to do on Monday 14th November 2016

Here are today’s selection Book to see Manchester’s first pantomime in the Northern Quarter – Will Whittington and his Cat. A panto for all ages. Have a stay at Manchester’s Hotel Gotham. This city centre hotel has just been named the world’s best new hotel at the world boutique hotel awards. Please see our review […]

September 07

5 non awkward ways to meet people in London by ‘Thinking Bob’

London is an amazing city with tons of stuff to offer but not so great if you have no one to explore with. Here are our top tips on ways to meet people, without the awkward chitchat.    1. Treasure hunts and street games The best longterm friendships are based on shared experiences, so treasure […]

August 24

Free up your time by finding a reliable and vetted cleaner using Hassle.com

Do you want more free time in your life? £5.00 booking if you book through this site. Are you spending too much time on household chores such as hoovering, cleaning windows and clearing up mess? Have you ever thought about having a cleaner but didn’t no where to look for a reliable one? Finding a […]

July 15

5 reasons to visit Camberwell Fair – Saturday 25th July 2015

1. It’s free and you can register in advance for your free ticket: www.camberwellfair.co.uk 2. We have live music inspired from all over the world: Nigeria, Jamaica, Congo, Columbia and right here in south east London! 3. The event is all about supporting Camberwell’s businesses and there will be stalls for local restaurants, cafes, crafts, […]

July 06

Take a Dragon and Flagon London Pub Tour

Go on a journey through 1500 years of history and visit some of the finest pubs of the world 1, Dragon and Flagon run historical London Pub Tours taking in the oldest and most amazing Pubs in London 2. Choose one of 8 different Tours ranging from a tale of three bridges to more bespoke tours. […]

June 13

Play a real life version of the Japanese online game Takagism near London Bridge with ESCAPE ROOMS

Based on the Japanese online game ‘Takagism’, Escape Rooms is a real-life room escape game which requires players to work together to solve hidden puzzles (puzzles, keys, riddles, group thinking etc) to escape a locked themed room, before the 1-hour timer runs out!! This exciting concept, brings the popular online game into real life and […]

November 08

Watch The Lord Mayor Show Procession today

The Lord Mayor’s Show has marched (and floated and trotted, and occasionally fought) through 799 years of London history, surviving the black death and the blitz to arrive in the 21st century as what must be the oldest, grandest and best-loved civic pageant in the world. The 2014 Lord Mayor’s Show is on today. There […]