Fancy an ice-cream? Whatever your preference be it a conventional strawberry, vanilla or chocolate or something unusual like Cornish Blue cheese; London has some of the best ice
Saint Patrick's Day is here! A super fun day to celebrate, St Paddies, is this Sunday March 17th and is a national holiday of Northern and the Republic of Ireland – for the Christian missionary whose name was Patrick and spent his time converting the Irish to Christianity. The holiday has become
London is transformed into a magical Christmas central once again as the Christmas light decorations brighten the streets all over the city.
A sight to see, the famous Oxford Street Christmas light display will light up your eyes as you stroll past all the high-end shops. Feel the true Christmas
Discover spectacular puppets, fire sculptures, performance art and much, much more in one of London’s most spectacular free festivals. This is the annual Greenwich & Docklands festival and it is definitely one of the most fun.
Whatever your interest you are likely to find it here. It’s dr
There is a ‘day’ these days for everything, but one that’s stood the test of time is PANCAKE DAY! The last day of feasting before Lent 2019 starts is reserved for pancakes. Otherwise known as Shrove Tuesday, or Fat Tuesday, is the day for pancake races and fabulous pancake sp
The Winter Wonderland Fair in Hyde Park is spectacular festive destination full of fun with something for everyone. Opens November 23rd until January 6th, from 10-10pm, it’s an exciting and entertaining place to visit that brings joy to everyone’s holiday in London.
A London Christmas is comple
Want to take Dad somewhere special on Father’s Day? London has the answer. There is just so much from which to choose, you will be spoilt for choice.
How about a dramatic James Bond style speedboat ride along the Thames or tackling the rapids on an inflatable raft at the Lee Valley White Wa
London, the city of art and creativity, kicks off its London Fashion Week on February 15th-19th 2019. This is where the top of the top designers, like Burberry, Christopher Kane, and Victoria Beckham strut their latest collections across the catwalk run way, along with emerging Fashion East gradua
London was once home to numerous large open-air specialist markets, where restauranteurs, caterers, and shopkeepers would come to buy fresh food. Over the years problems of transport and space within a congested city center have led to many moving to other, more accessible locations. For example
Monet was one of the greatest of all Impressionist painters, creating masterpieces such as the Waterlily series. Yet he was also a painter of cityscapes and buildings. It is this aspect of his work that comes under the microscope in the latest exhibition at the National Gallery, in Trafalgar Squ