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November in London 2014

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May in London 2014

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October in London 2014

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September in London 2014

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August in London 2014

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Pancake Day Races in London 2015

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Easter Events

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April in London 2014

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Mother's Day Events 2015

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Mother's Day Dining

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Sport Venues in London

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Historic Houses in London

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Behind The Scenes Tours in London

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Historic House Museums in London

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Top London Clubs

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Free Outdoor Spaces in London

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Best Pancake Restaurants in London

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True Romance

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Playful Pop Ups

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Dance Your Heart Out

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Burns Night in London 2015

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For The Young At Heart

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London Hotel Deals for Valentine's Day

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Views To Schmooze From

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Perfect Presents

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Food of Love

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London 2015: New Openings

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New Hotels in London 2016

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London 2014: New Openings

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London 2014: Classical Music, Ballet, Dance and Opera

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London 2014: Small Museums

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Autumn 2013 on London's South Bank

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Where to watch New Year's Eve Fireworks in London

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New Year Events and Entertainment in London

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New Year's Eve Parties and Club Nights in London

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August in London 2013

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May in London 2013

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December in London 2014

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Santa's Grottos in London

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Christmas Pantos in London

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Christmas Theatre in London

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Family Christmas Shows in London

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Autumn 2014 pop-ups and events

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London 2014: First World War

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Christmas Ballet and Dance in London

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Christmas Shopping in London

A wonderful place for shopping all year round, London in all its festive, illuminated grandeur is another experience altogether. With thousands of shops and hundred...

 
 
London Ice Skating

Ice Skating in London is a time-honoured tradition that has been drawing in the crowds since the world's first artificial ice rink (known as...

 
 
Christmas Trees in London

The most important ingredient to a perfect Christmas is getting the right Christmas tree. While some people prefer fake plastic trees which don't drop needles...

 
 
London Firework Displays

London's skyline will be set ablaze this November with firework displays all across the capital. Here LondonTown.com lists the biggest, loudest and best displays....

 
 
London Halloween Tours

The streets of London make for some of the best Halloween events every year, as age old myths and creepy legends come to life for...

 
 
Bonfire Night in London

Although it's been over 400 years since Guy Fawkes failed to blow up Parliament, the thwarted Gunpowder Plot is still marked today with an explosive...

 
 
Halloween Food

Unless you're a brain-guzzling zombie or sweet-guzzling trick or treater, Halloween most likely won't conjure up images of fine dining. But London Town has...

 
 
Hands on Halloween in London

Dressing up as a zombie and trick or treating around your local neighbourhood is about as hands on as most people tend to get on...

 
 
London's Halloween for Kids

Some of the Halloween events taking place in the capital can be a bit too much for young ones (and some old ones). Thankfully,...

 
 
January in London 2014

Shakespeare's Globe's brand new indoor theatre opens with The Duchess of Malfi, Sam Mendes directs King Lear at the National, and Abi Morgan makes...

 
 
Autumn 2014 in London's Bloomsbury

Ming treasures are revealed at the British Museum and the Wellcome Collection opens its new gallery with 'The Institute of Sexology, just some of...

 
 
Autumn 2014: Royal Opera House

The Royal Ballet opens its autumn season with Kenneth MacMillan's Manon and Christopher Wheeldon's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland returns for Christmas. Highlights for The...

 
 
Autumn 2014 at London's South Kensington Museums

South Kensington's Victoria and Albert Museum puts Constable in the spotlight and the Science Museum opens its brand new Information Age, just some of...

 
 
New Hotels in London 2014

Western Europe's highest hotel the Shangri-La opens on 6th May 2014, restaurant innovators Corbin and King open The Beaumont boutique hotel, and the Trinity...

 
 
Children's Theatre in London

Keep your little ones entertained with a trip to London's family friendly theatres, many of which are dedicated entirely to children. ...

 
 
Autumn 2014 in London's Greenwich

Home to London's largest live music venues, the capital's only planetarium and the last surviving tea clipper, Greenwich boasts a number of great venues and...

 
 
New Hotels in London 2013

In 2013 the Great Northern Hotel, one of the first examples of the great railway hotels, re-opens in King's Cross and the Ace Hotel...

 
 
New Hotels in London 2012

With the Olympic Games taking place from 27th July to 12th August, 2012 is the year which many new hotel projects are aiming for. Choose...

 
 
Art Exhibitions During Frieze Week

London's galleries put on a great show when the world's art lovers descend on the capital for Frieze week. Make sure you leave time...

 
 
London 2014: Major Museums

While London's biggest museums have already been busy throughout 2014, it's in the second half of the year that things get serious. That's when the...

 
 
Covent Garden Hotel

With its stripe-awning exterior the Covent Garden Hotel is a pretty addition to the shops and cafes of Monmouth Street. Inside, the drawing room,...

 
 
August Bank Holiday in London

Once again the Notting Hill Carnival tops the billing in the long list of great things to do in London over the August bank holiday....

 
 
London 2014: Live Music

London's stages welcomed world stars such as Beyoncé, Justin Timberlake and Taylor Swift in the first half of 2014, meaning July to December has a...

 
 
London 2014: First World War

London is not a city that usually spends too long worrying about the past, but 2014 will be an exception. The coming year marks the...

 
 
July in London 2014

The mighty Monty Pythons come to London's O2 in July when summer festivals Lovebox, Wireless and British Summer Time return and, on Monday 7th...

 
 
London 2014: Major Art

Omer Ali looks at the best major art exhibitions, shows and fairs taking place in London from July to December 2014. ...

 
 
London 2014: Classical Music, Opera and Ballet

London is currently enjoying an exceptional musical jamboree: the Southbank Centre sold over 200,000 tickets for its exploration of 20th century culture The Rest is...

 
 
London 2014: Live Music

From rising stars to veteran singers, the soundtrack of London 2014 boasts a wealth of musical talent, says Vicki Forde....

 
 
London 2014: Major Art

From major retrospectives on Paul Klee and Henri Matisse to captivating photography exhibitions Bailey's Stardust and Behind the Mask, Omer Ali looks at the...

 
 
London 2014: Fringe Theatre

The centenary of the start of World War I has prompted three fascinatingly different responses on London's fringe this year, says Rachel Halliburton....

 
 
London 2014: Small Museums

Many of 2014's most intriguing exhibitions will take place at London's smaller museums, says Peter Watts....

 
 
London 2014: Major Museums

London's major museums had another spectacular year in 2013, thanks to the British Museum's stunning Pompeii exhibition and the groundbreaking David Bowie Is at the...

 
 
London 2014: Mainstream Theatre

From a radical theatre version of George Orwell's '1984' to a West End production of the Eighties movie 'Fatal Attraction', here Rachel Halliburton looks at...

 
 
World Cup 2014: Where to watch it in London

For a whole month this summer the world will be going football crazy - and London is no exception. Ensuring those of us who...

 
 
The Shard

From 1st February 2013 members of the public gained access to Renzo Piano's 306-metre tall glass building via The View From The Shard. Since...

 
 
March in London 2014

March is a big month for music, with Ellie Goulding, The Wanted, Drake and Tinie Tempah all performing live in London. Plus, the Designs...

 
 
Celebrity Chefs in London

When it comes to eating out, London has more than its fair share of restaurants where the chef is as well known as the...

 
 
London West End Theatres

From all singing, all dancing musicals and glitzy productions to satirical comedies and renowned dramas, London's West End Theatres boast a year-round world-class programme of...

 
 
London Fringe Theatres

Away from London's famous West End, there are a number of renowned fringe theatres that stage new and exciting works as well as old...

 
 
November in London 2013

London starts getting festive in November with the opening of Hyde Park's Winter Wonderland, Syon Park's Enchanted Woodland and the Harrods Christmas Grotto. Fashion's...

 
 
October in London 2013

A long awaited exhibition on former Bauhaus teacher Paul Klee takes place at Tate Modern this October and the Frieze Art Fair draws the world's...

 
 
February in London 2014

Tate Modern hosts the first major retrospective of Richard Hamilton, one of Britain's most influential 20th Century artists; the Natural History Museum looks back at...

 
 
September in London 2013

The Commitments musical makes its world premiere in London this September while The London Design Festival, 100% Design and London Fashion Week all return...

 
 
Petal Power

London's florists are a stylish bunch and, from hand-picked posies to extravagant designs, you'll definitely be able to say it with flowers....

 
 
Chinese New Year in London

Chinese New Year celebrations in London attract around 300,000 people and extend beyond Chinatown into the city's cultural institutions and lighting up the London...

 
 
London 2013: Major Museums

From 'blockbuster' exhibitions to specialist shows, there's something for everyone in London's main museums in 2013, writes Peter WattsEvery year, a list...

 
 
What's New in London 2013

The View from The Shard gives London its highest public viewing platform, the former Olympic Park re-opens as the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, the...

 
 
London 2013: Year Ahead Preview

From the 64,192 events scheduled for 2013 we've selected the best cultural, sporting and oddly eccentric happenings for our new 244-page London...

 
 
January in London 2013

January in London sees Rupert Everett reprise his role as Oscar Wilde, Sinéad O'Connor perform her new works and Alt-J, the band of 2012,...

 
 
December in London 2013

The year draws to a close with a suitably festive line-up including Santa Run, the Great Christmas Pudding Race, Christmas Past and The Nutcracker....

 
 
Autumn 2013 pop-ups and events

Secret supper clubs, chef cook-offs, and the weirdest food you'll ever experience - London's gastronomic pop-ups are making the novel the norm ...

 
 
February in London 2013

The Shard, Western Europe's tallest building, finally opens its viewing platform this month to offer spectacular views of the city and its surrounding areas....

 
 
Christmas Shopping in London's Top Department Stores

A trip to one of London's top department stores can be far more worthwhile than your average trawl of the highstreet. Many spoil their customers...

 
 
London's Top Autumn Musicals

The Commitments, Tim Rice's first musical in ten years and new Lloyd Webber musical Stephen Ward debut in London this autumn, find out which...

 
 
London Parks

With eight stunning Royal Parks, around 110 square kilometres of parkland and gardens with over six million trees, London is one of the greenest...

 
 
Opera and Classical Music Venues

London has a wealth of concert halls where you can here the best classical music and opera from all over the world, in venues...

 
 
Prince George Alexander Louis Windsor's London

On Monday 22nd July 2013, Prince George of Cambridge, the third in line to the throne, was born at Saint Mary's Hospital, London, to...

 
 
Olympic Effect on Hotels in East London

Following the 2012 Olympics, the number of new hotels in east London is set to boom with...

 
 
London's Summer Theatre 2013

Helen Mirren, Simon Russell Beale and Daniel Radcliffe are just some of the A-list stars appearing on the London stage in summer 2013. Head to...

 
 
Theatres With Air Conditioning

Hot summer nights needn't mean sticking to your seats at the theatre. We provide a list of London's theatres with air conditioning to keep...

 
 
London Hotels with Swimming Pools

London is home to some of the country's most luxurious hotels and with that comes some grand swimming pools and spas. So, if you're fond...

 
 
July in London 2013

The Coronation Festival celebrates 60 years since the Queen was crowned and the first stage of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park opens this month....

 
 
July in London 2013

The Coronation Festival celebrates 60 years since the Queen was crowned and the first stage of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park opens this month....

 
 
Bastille Day in London

Between 300,000 and 400,000 French citizens live in the British capital so you can expect a big party on Bastille Day, Sunday 14th July...

 
 
Olympic Venues From The Air

LondonTown.com joined forces with Jason Hawkes, one of the world's most respected aerial photographers, ahead of the London Olympics. One of our writers joined...

 
 
Edinburgh Festival London Preview Shows

The Edinburgh Festival Fringe is the world's largest arts festival and takes place this summer from 2nd to 26th August. During the festival - which...

 
 
London Museums: Late Openings

For those of you who are too busy at work during the week and always occupied on the weekends, then try one of London's...

 
 
June in London 2013

With the arrival of the summer comes a generous serving of free entertainment in the capital - Scoop at More London, the City of...

 
 
London Museums and Galleries

London is home to over 300 museums and galleries, making it the epicentre of culture and collections in the northern hemisphere. From the world's...

 
 
London Brunch

Recent years have seen brunch become a bit of a trend and London is bursting with cafes, delis and restaurants that are perfect to...

 
 
Top London Restaurants

Eating out is no longer just about the food - it is an art form of the highest order. Diners look for a restaurant that...

 
 
London Hotels with Jacuzzis

When staying in a hotel it's nice to enjoy certain luxuries that are not available at home: room service, four-poster beds and spa treatments....

 
 
London Hotel Spas

If you want to get away from it all, a hotel spa is the best way to escape the city without actually leaving it....

 
 
London Film Festivals

From cinematic blockbusters to cult classics and intriguing shorts, London is constantly rolling out the red carpet for the silver screen. ...

 
 
QEIICC: Nearby Hotels

Situated in central London, the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre is close to a number of great London hotels. So, be sure to make the...

 
 
QEIICC: Nearby Dining

Located in the heart of Westminster, the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre is surrounded by a whole range of restaurants, all within a ten...

 
 
QEIICC: Nearby Nightlife

Westminster may not be renowned for its nightlife but there is actually a great selection of pubs, bars and clubs within walking distance from the...

 
 
QEIICC: Things To See

LondonTown.com's guide for things to do and see around the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre - from the historic Houses of Parliament to the...

 
 
Summer 2013 in Greenwich

Greenwich encompasses one of London's most popular entertainment venues, the capital's only planetarium and the last surviving tea clipper. With such varied venues, the area...

 
 
Summer 2013 at The Barbican Centre

The Barbican Centre is the largest multi-purpose, cross-genre performing arts centre of its kind in Europe and one of London's cultural heavyweight venues. Find...

 
 
April in London 2013

April's highlights include the display of 250 extraordinary images as part of the world premiere of Sebastião Salgado's 'Genesis', plus an impressive display of...

 
 
London Coffee Festival

Five years ago, London's coffee drinkers were restricted to branded chains or mugs of Nescafé. Now the capital's independent coffee scene is flourishing. Pop into...

 
 
London 2013: Anniversaries

With bicentenaries for Wagner and Verdi, 100 years for Britten, 80th birthdays for both Yoko Ono and Sir Michael Caine, and a...

 
 
QEIICC: Venue Guide

Information on the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre - including a range of photos of the venue. ...

 
 
London Live Music Venues

Tucked away in tiny basements, converted warehouses and cavernous chapels, London's live music venues come in all shapes and sizes. With an eclectic line-up of...

 
 
Best London Comedy Clubs

If you're on the hunt for giggles then you're in the right place for London boasts a rip-roaring array of comedy clubs and meccas...

 
 
Best Chain Restaurants for Families in London

The great thing about chain restaurants is that you always know what you're getting. Same menu, same decor, same winning formula. That's something children appreciate...

 
 
The ArcelorMittal Orbit in Pictures

Presiding over the Olympic Park will be the Anish Kapoor-designed ArcelorMittal Orbit observation tower, which Mayor Boris Johnson described as that "something extra" needed...

 
 
What's New in London 2012

Tate Modern expands with the Oil Tanks, Balthazar tops a bumper year for new restaurants in London and The Shard becomes Europe's tallest building......

 
 
Halloween in London

The fright fest of Halloween is upon us, when ghouls, ghosts, witches and warlocks come out to spook the living and the living dress up like the...

 
 
London's Choc Shops

Londoners - like most folk - love their chocolate, which is lucky because the capital really does feature some of the best choc shops in...

 
 
Olympic Venues in London

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Restaurant for Kids

Some of London's fussiest diners are also the littlest ones and it's a tricky task pleasing every member of a hungry family at once. When it comes...

 
 
Romantic Restaurants in London

London is a city of romance, bursting with after-dark activities, magical sights and fabulous eateries. We have chosen a selection of restaurants that are guaranteed...

 
 
What's New in London 2011

In 2011 Jay Jopling opens his third - and largest - White Cube art gallery in London, Canteen pops up in Covent Garden and American...

 
 
London Ceremonies and Traditions

The euphoric reaction to the Queen's Diamond Jubilee in 2012 underlined just how much we Londoners love our pomp and ceremony. London is steeped in...

 
 
Dickens in London

Charles Dickens brought Victorian London to life and his acute depictions of the capital are ones that often still ring true today, writes Felix...

 
 
London Hotels in Films

London has been a favourite location for movie directors past and present, from Alfred Hitchcock to Woody Allen. Gangster films, crime dramas, atmospheric thrillers...

 
 
The Da Vinci Code in London

Follow in the footsteps of Professor Robert Langdon and special agent Sophie Neveu as they try to crack the mystery of the Da Vinci Code...

 
 
March in London 2013

Michael Caine, one of the capital's favourite Londoners, is celebrated this March with an exhibition for his 80th birthday and the 75th anniversary of...

 
 
Free London Museums

From the big-hitters to the small, specialist sites, London's crammed full of museums, most of which are free to all. Interactive displays, tours and,...

 
 
Best London Cafés

England is renowned for its love of tea but London is gradually gaining respect as a great place to uncover, experience and indulge in artisan...

 
 
150 Years of the Tube

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London Paralympics 2012

London has a particularly strong connection with the Paralympics as the first Games dedicated entirely to disabled athletes was held in a nearby town back...

 
 
London Palaces

The monarchy is a constant source of fascination and intrigue for London visitors. Ever since William the Conqueror used Westminster Abbey for his coronation...

 
 
London 2013: The Sporting Year

Forget London 2012 and the sporting successes of last year - there's much more to be excited about in a fixture-fuelled 2013,...

 
 
In the Footsteps of the Royal Wedding

An estimated one million people took to the streets of London on Friday 29th April 2011 to celebrate Kate and William's wedding day. Relive the...

 
 
London's Boroughs

London is a city with 33 small 'cities' within it, each has their own governments, schools, centres, suburbs, and sense of identity. Find out more...

 
 
London Gatwick Airport

Gatwick Aiport, 28 miles (45km) south of London, is the world's busiest single runway airport serving international and nation flights from its north and south...

 
 
Between Gatwick and Heathrow

Travelling between London's two busiest airports - Heathrow due west of London, and Gatwick due south of the city - takes approximately 45 miles by...

 
 
London Luton Airport

London Luton Airport is situated to the North of London and offers scheduled and charter flights to a range of European destinations with low...

 
 
London Entertainment Venues

Sometimes the sheer scale of London can be overwhelming, not to mention the bewildering choice of entertainment. But don't fear, help is at hand....

 
 
London Cabaret & Burlesque

Tassels and corsets galore, Londoners have acquired quite a taste for a glamorous show and cheeky striptease. Prim and proper we may be, but...

 
 
Food of Love

There's really no need to pretend to be having fun with countless other couples and a two-hour time limit in a restaurant this year....

 
 
London's Golden Oldies

They say life begins at 40 - but try mentioning that to these singing stars of yesteryear still plying their trade on London's big...

 
 
London 2013: Best Comedy Shows

London-based stand-up comedian James Mullinger talk us through his highlights of hilarity for the coming 12 monthsMicky Flanagan is the latest comic...

 
 
London 2013: Town Houses

The interior of Apsley House, known as 'Number One London'; Syon Park in southwest London - the...

 
 
London 2013: Major Arts, Culture & Entertainment Hubs

London in 2013 has more arts, culture and entertainment hubs than any other capital city, writes Felix LoweIt's no surprise that London...

 
 
London 2013: Major Art Exhibitions

From Lichtenstein to Lowry and Manet to Man Ray, London's galleries are putting on a glorious palette of exhibitions in 2013, writes...

 
 
London 2013: Lesser-Known Museums

Circumvent the mainstream and head to one of London's hidden gems, says Peter WattsAnaesthetics, canals, fans, sewing machines...

 
 
December in London 2012

London's landmark year draws to a close with a host of festive happenings including the Great Christmas Pudding Race, Santa Run and the Peter...

 
 
October in London 2012

October brings the annual Frieze Art Fair to town. Joan Rivers takes the stage at the Royal Albert Hall where Prince Charles attends the...

 
 
August in London 2012

August is a month of party fuelled activities in London, kicking off with The Great British Beer Festival and ending with the South West...

 
 
August in London 2012

August is a month of party fuelled activities in London, kicking off with The Great British Beer Festival and ending with the South West...

 
 
July events in London 2012

July may culminate with the eagerly anticipated London Olympics but there's so much on in town before the official opening ceremony on 27th July:...

 
 
June events in London 2012

June in London is... strawberries and cream in SW19, the Open Gardens weekend, Polo in the Park and Royal Ascot. And in 2012 the...

 
 
May in London 2012

The Chelsea Flower Show and the Open Air Theatre in Regent's Park get London's summer season in full swing in a month which begins...

 
 
May in London 2012

The Chelsea Flower Show and the Open Air Theatre in Regent's Park get London's summer season in full swing in a month which begins...

 
 
April in London 2012

The Queen celebrates her birthday with the annual Gun Salutes in Hyde Park - though the official celebrations don't take place until June. Other things...

 
 
March in London 2012

With winter on the way out, March's Ideal Home Show and the Country Living Fair are great occasions for a spring clean. Elsewhere, the Affordable...

 
 
February in London 2012

It's Valentine's Day on the 14th February - but there's plenty more going on this month besides, from the high octane drama of Six Nations...

 
 
January in London 2012

New Year in London starts with a colourful parade with marching bands and open top buses making their way through the city streets. It's a...

 
 
London 2013 | The Annual

Our 242 page guidebook to the best events in London in 2013 ...

 
 
TOWN | The Annual

Our 180 page bumper book of the best events in London in 2012 ...

 
 
Jubilee Weekend

Over 1,000 boats assemble for the Thames Jubilee Pageant, a highlight of the June weekend Diamond Jubilee celebrations to mark the Queen's 60 years...

 
 
Free London Attractions

While many of London's major attractions do charge, at times, quite substantial entrance fees there are still a number of real gems where visitors...

 
 
London Markets

Although buying the stuff is going to cost you hard cash, wandering around one of London's colourful markets is free and fun. Browsing stalls, taking...

 
 
Diamond Jubilee Events

In 2012 The Queen celebrates 60 years since she came to the throne and London is marking her Diamond Jubilee with a special programme...

 
 
What's on in London during the Games

If you'd rather mooch around an art gallery than watch the sweat and tears, don't fret. There's a huge amount going on in London...

 
 
London Olympic Park

Check out our full guide to the Olympic Park and all the other Olympic and Paralympic venues being used in and around the capital...

 
 
Venues Overview

Events for the London 2012 Summer Games will take place in the Olympic Park in Stratford, East London; in the River Zone around Greenwich;...

 
 
Day 11: Sunday 9th Sept

The highlight of the final day of the Paralympics comes with the four marathon events that take place through the streets of London ahead...

 
 
Day 10: Saturday 8th Sept

Football 5-a-side, men's Sitting Volleyball and men's Wheelchair Basketball are the pick of the gold-medal matches on Day Ten, which features final day of Athletics...

 
 
Day 9: Friday 7th Sept

It's the Wheelchair Tennis finals day with the women's gold medal match promising a clash between defending champion Esther Vergeer and her Dutch compatriot Aniek...

 
 
Day 8: Thursday 6th Sept

Blade Runner Oscar Pistorius and Britain's stand-out wheelchair racer Dave Weir are both in action on a packed day of medal events. ...

 
 
Day 6: Tuesday 4th Sept

There are medals galore at the half-way stage of the London 2012 Paralympics with the Aquatics Centre the centre of attention. ...

 
 
Day 4: Sunday 2nd Sept

The busiest day of the Games so far includes eight medal events and promises much drama across the board, with British hopes coming primarily with...

 
 
Day 3: Saturday 1st Sept

Team GB's golden girl Ellie Simmonds makes her first appearance in the Aquatics Centre while the first 100m and 200m titles are raced in...

 
 
Day 1: Thursday 30th Aug

The London Paralympics goes off with a bang with the first medal of the competition going to the winner of the women's R2 10m...

 
 
Paralympic Shooting

Great Britain has reached the podium in every previous Paralympic Shooting tournament. The 2012 team will be hoping to continue that success this year...

 
 
Paralympic Swimming

600 Paralympic swimming stars will take to the pool at the Aquatics Centre in a bid for victory this summer, in the second biggest...

 
 
Paralympic Torch Relay, Mascot & Emblem

Four separate flames lit in Britain's four capital cities will come together at Stoke Mandeville before a 24-hour relay travelling 87 miles and involving...

 
 
Paralympic Wheelchair Tennis

This Paralympic sport has grown dramatically in popularity since its invention in 1976 by Brad Parks, who had been injured in a skiing competition....

 
 
Paralympic Athletics

The largest of Paralympic sports, Athletics features more than a thousand athletes battling it out across a number of track and field disciplines. Keep an...

 
 
Paralympic Archery

Archery is often named as the original Paralympic sport. Born at the Stoke Mandeville hospital in 1948, the original Paralympic archery was a precursor to the Paralympic Games....

 
 
Paralympic Cycling - Track

Head to the new state-of-the-art Velodrome in the Olympic Park, the scene of much iconic British triumph during the Olympic Games, for all the...

 
 
Questions and Answers

Are there any tickets left? Why are there two football events? What is Murderball? Why are there 15 different 100m finals? Can wheelchair racers complete...

 
 
Paralympic Equestrian

One of London's oldest parks welcomes the Paralympic equestrian programme with 11 medal events based around two Dressage tests, which include a Championship set-movement test...

 
 
Paralympic Football 5-a-side

One of two Paralympic football tournaments, the 5-a-side competition takes place between Friday 31st August and Saturday 8th September. ...

 
 
Paralympic Football 7-a-side

7-a-side teams from competing nations battle it out on the pitch at the Riverbank Hockey Arena in one of two football events at the...

 
 
Paralympic Goalball

A sport developed as part of the Paralympic Games, Goalball is played on an indoor court and complete silence is required for the players...

 
 
Paralympic Judo

One of the more complicated sports to follow for the uninitiated, Paralympic Judo hits the ExCeL Centre this summer to wow fans with 'ippons', 'waza-aris'...

 
 
Paralympic Wheelchair Basketball

Hugely popular wheelchair basketball was developed as part of the rehabilitation of World War II veterans. It arrives at the 2012 Paralympics at the...

 
 
Paralympic Wheelchair Rugby

Wheelchair Rugby used to be called 'Murderball' and it includes elements of Handball, Basketball and Ice Hockey. Eight competing Paralympic teams will battle it...

 
 
Paralympic Table Tennis

Table Tennis used to be an upper-class after-dinner parlour game. Now it is one of the longest running and most popular Paralympic sports, and...

 
 
Paralympic Sailing

Head down to Dorset for six days of action on the open water as 80 athletes battle the elements at Weymouth and Portland's natural...

 
 
Paralympic Sitting Volleyball

Sitting Volleyball's roots come from the German game sitzball, and emerged from the Netherlands in the 1950s. This year's Paralympic tournament takes place at...

 
 
Paralympics Ceremonies

A vast Opening Ceremony entitled 'Enlightenment' kicks off the London 2012 Paralympic Games on Wednesday 29th August before a 'Festival of Flame' Closing Ceremony...

 
 
Opening Ceremony: Wed 29th August

The London 2012 Paralympic Games get under way with an opening ceremony directed by British creative talents Bradley Hemmings and Jenny Sealey MBE....

 
 
Paralympics History from 1948

The seeds of the modern Paralympic Games were sown back in 1948 in the Buckinghamshire town of Stoke Mandeville. ...

 
 
London Paralympics Travel

"The last thing any spectator wants is a sprint finish to get to the venue in time," says transport minister Norman Baker. Too true:...

 
 
London Paralympic Sports

The Paralympic programme consists of twenty sporting disciplines, including mainstream sports such as athletics and cycling as well as little-known events such as boccia...

 
 
Olympic Stadium

The arena for both the opening and closing ceremonies and all the athletics events, the Olympic Stadium is the focal point of the entire London...

 
 
What's on in London during the Paralympics

With tickets for the Paralympics selling out for the first time in its 52-year history, London is gearing up for a second wave of...

 
 
Copper Box

The £44m Handball Arena is one of London 2012's most greenest initiatives and will be transformed into a flexible, multi-use sports centre for community use...

 
 
Aquatics Centre

Designed by Iraq-born architect Zaha Hadid, the Aquatics Centre was the last structure to be completed before the Games began....

 
 
London Paralympics Map

The London 2012 Paralympics will be centred upon the Olympic Park in Stratford but will also take part in venues in and around London...

 
 
Olympic National Hospitality Houses

A guide to all the confirmed National Hospitality Houses set up by nations across the capital during the London Olympics. ...

 
 
London Paralympics

London has a particularly strong connection with the Paralympics as the first Games dedicated entirely to disabled athletes was held in the city back...

 
 
Day 13: Thurs 9th August

It's time for Britain's first qualifying athlete to take to the water as Keri-Anne Payne competes in the 10km swimming event in Hyde Park as...

 
 
Day 5: Weds 1st August

A big day for rowing sees three medal events before lunch while Tour de France champion Bradley Wiggins goes for gold in the men's cycling...

 
 
Olympic Facts & Figures

Put on your Olympic thinking caps and pay attention – here are a few things you may not have known about London 2012....

 
 
Where to Watch Olympics

If you want to watch the Games in London and you don't have a ticket, or you need a meeting point before or after...

 
 
Day 12: Weds 8th August

After days of sand and bikini action in Horse Guards Parade it's finally time for the final of the women's beach volleyball....

 
 
ExCeL Exhibition Centre In Pictures

North of the Thames beside the Royal Victoria Dock, the ExCeL London Exhibition Centre will host a total of 143 sessions across a wide...

 
 
Aquatics Centre In Pictures

Designed by Iraq-born architect Zaha Hadid, the iconic wave-shaped Aquatics Centre will be the first thing most spectators see when they arrive at the...

 
 
Olympic Stadium In Pictures

The centre-point of the Games - London 2012's beating heart, if you will - is the imperious 80,000-capacity Olympic Stadium, billed as the most...

 
 
Day 9: Sunday 5th August

Usain Bolt faces stiff competition from fellow Jamaican Yohan Blake in the race to be crowned the fastest man on Earth....

 
 
Greenwich Park In Pictures

On paper Greenwich Park is a superb Olympic venue: located on the south bank of the Thames, its hillside location offers some truly spectacular...

 
 
North Greenwich Arena in Pictures

Also known as the Millennium Dome and, latterly, The O2 Arena - the North Greenwich Arena will host Artistic Gymnastics, Trampoline Gymnastics and the...

 
 
Central London Zone

London could never have hosted the Olympic Games without showcasing the historic sites and landmarks of its spectacular city centre. The London 2012 Central...

 
 
Olympic River Zone

A short ride in the DLR from the Olympic Park is London 2012's River Zone, a selection of venues scattered either side of the...

 
 
Day 4: Tuesday 31st July

American swimming sensation Michael Phelps could equal Russian gymnast Larisa Latynina's record tally of 18 Olympic medals....

 
 
Velodrome In Pictures

One of Team GB's biggest triumphs of Beijing 2008 came with our cyclists and so it's understandable that for London 2012 we have a Velodrome...

 
 
Hampton Court Palace in Pictures

The oldest surviving Tudor palace in England will make a stunning backdrop for the Road Cycling time trial events, which will begin and end...

 
 
Hyde Park In Pictures

When the sun's out there are fewer places in London as scenic and special as Hyde Park, which hosts the Triathlon and Marathon Swimming...

 
 
Riverbank Hockey Arena In Pictures

London 2012's two Hockey Centre pitches are located between the Press Centre and the River Lea - but the venue will not be fully ready...

 
 
BMX Track In Pictures

New to the Olympics last time round was BMX Cycling - and given the popularity of BMX in the UK (and especially London) this...

 
 
Copper Box Handball Arena in Pictures

The £44m Handball Arena, fondly nicknamed 'The Copper Box', will play host to the handball and goalball competitions during the Olympic and Paralympic Games...

 
 
Basketball Arena In Pictures

One of the largest-ever temporary venues built for any Olympics, the 12,000-capacity Basketball Arena is the third-largest venue in the Olympic Park and will...

 
 
Water Polo Arena In Pictures

Shaped like a giant wedge of cheddar cheese, the 6,000-capacity Water Polo Arena is one of the temporary venues inside the Olympic Park and...

 
 
London 2012 Events

Just under 15,000 athletes in total will compete in 302 Olympic events over 19 days and 503 Paralympic events over 11 days this summer. Let's...

 
 
Olympic Park Walk

Get in the mood for London 2012 with a brisk walk from Limehouse Basin to the Olympic Park in Stratford, taking in Limehouse Cut canal,...

 
 
London Olympic Test Events

There are still a number of Olympic Test Events taking place in London 2012 venues so you can get a taste of the Summer Games...

 
 
London's Warm Up

An unprecedented number of extraordinary events are sweeping across London in the build up to the 2012 Olympics. Now is definitely the time to take...

 
 
Torches & Mascots

Both the Olympics and Paralympics are preceded by nationwide Torch Relays while Wenlock and Mandeville are London 2012's official mascots. ...

 
 
London's Olympic Destiny

The biggest sporting show on earth comes to London for a record third time in history – and the wait is almost over, writes Felix...

 
 
London's Olympic History

This is not the first time the Olympics have been staged in London – in fact, come July 2012, London will become the first city...

 
 
London Olympic Ceremonies

Before the Summer Games get underway, spectators in the Olympic Stadium and the world over will be treated to a lavish opening ceremony that should...

 
 
Olympic Park

London's biggest piece of public art and shopping centre, 17,320 beds for athletes, an environmental energy centre and an international press hub: just a handful...

 
 
Thames Cable Car

Sixty-metre-high Emirates AirLine will provide crossings across the river every 30 seconds. ...

 
 
Cultural Olympiad

The London 2012 Cultural Olympiad has been dubbed the largest cultural celebration in the history of the modern Olympic and Paralympic movements. After four...

 
 
London Olympics Travel

"The last thing any spectator wants is a sprint finish to get to the venue in time," says transport minister Norman Baker. Too true: London...

 
 
London Olympic Javelin

High Speed train service to Olympic Park from Central London is integral in making London 2012 'the public transport games'. ...

 
 
Eton Manor In Pictures

Disused since 2001, the early 20th-century Eton Manor Sports Club has been reinvigorated and given a new lease of life thanks to the Games....

 
 
Olympische Sportstätten in London

Die Olympischen Spiele in London unterscheiden sich von allen vorherigen Olympiaden dadurch, dass die Sportstätten über die gesamte Stadtverteilt sind. Kein im Zentrum Londons...

 
 
Olympic Venues in London

Events for the London 2012 Summer Games will take place in the Olympic Park in Stratford, East London; in the River Zone around Greenwich;...

 
 
Sedi Olimpiche di Londra

Le Olimpiadi di Londra saranno diverse da tutte le altre Olimpiadi precedenti perché questa volta tutta la città sarà coinvolta nelcorso dei Giochi. Infatti,...

 
 
Sites Olympiques de Londres

Les Jeux Olympiques de Londres se différencient de toutes les Olympiades qui ont eu lieu jusqu'à présent par leur répartition dans toute la ville.Chaque...

 
 
Sedes Olimpicas de Londres

Lo que hace que los Juegos Olímpicos de Londres sean tan diferente de cualquier otra Olimpíada anterior es el uso de toda la ciudad...

 
 
Sedes Olimpicas de Londres (Latam)

Lo que hace que las Olimpiadas de Londres sean únicos es que es la primera vez en la historia de los Juegos que se...

 
 
Free London Galleries

Nearly all of London's major public galleries are completely free so you know you're not compromising on quality by choosing the cheaper option. Lots...

 
 
Places to watch Italy

Italians have settled the world over and so it's no surprise that London has a thriving Italian population, with concentrations around Clerkenwell and Soho. Official...

 
 
New Hotels in London 2011

The most exciting new hotel to launch in 2011 was undoubtedly the reopening of what used to be the Midland Grand Hotel while US...

 
 
London 2012 News

Keep abreast of all the latest exciting happenings in the frantic build-up to the Olympics and Paralympics this summer with our regularly updated news...

 
 
Venues for any nation

Here's a selection of bars, pubs and venues across London that will be showing every nation's Euro 2012 games from Poland and the Ukraine...

 
 
Places to watch Greece

When Greece emerged unlikely winners of Euro 2004 there were spontaneous parties on the streets of London, most notably at Bayswater and Hyde Park,...

 
 
Places to watch Germany

There are said to be over 40,000 Germans in London, with big enclaves in Richmond, around Hyde Park and Kensington. German football fans in London...

 
 
Places to watch Portugal

The area around Lambeth, Vauxhall and Stockwell has nearly 30,000 Portuguese ex-pat residents - the largest community outside Portugal - and so there's only...

 
 
Places to watch England

You'll be hard pressed to find a bar or pub in town that won't be showing Roy Hodgson's new England side as they inevitably...

 
 
Watching Czech Republic

Recent research found that the Czech Republic is the biggest beer drinker of all the Euro 2012 finalists - which bodes well for London's...

 
 
Places to watch Sweden

The affluent areas of Richmond, Kensington and Chelsea are home to a large number of Swedish ex-pats, who number almost 10,000 in London. On the...

 
 
Places to watch Denmark

Such is their superb command of the English language, Danes are right at home in London so it a bit of a surprise that...

 
 
Places to watch Russia

Russia's biggest contribution to football in London is undoubtedly the millions of pounds poured into Chelsea by Roman Abramovich. The introduction of the Russian...

 
 
Places to watch Poland

About a decade ago, no stand-up comedy routine was complete without a few quips about Polish plumbers in London. While the recent recession has...

 
 
Places to watch Holland

The Dutch have always felt at home in London – primarily due to their excellent command of English, their love of beer and their...

 
 
London: Most European City in Europe

Watching every individual nation play its Euro 2012 games in London couldn't be easier. Far from being simply the capital city of England, London is...

 
 
Thames Pageant Souvenir Poster

Remember the Thames Diamond Jubilee Pageant for years to come with your very own free souvenir poster from LondonTown.com. Download here(PDF) ...

 
 
The Diamond Jubilee in Pictures

It was a Diamond Jubilee weekend to remember. A flotilla of 1,000 boats - the biggest seen on the Thames in centuries - a...

 
 
Thames Jubilee Pageant

On Sunday 3rd June 2012 The Queen will travel in a flotilla of up to one thousand boats from the UK, the Commonwealth and...

 
 
Outdoor Eating & Drinking

Forget soggy salads and warm tap water, summer in London town is a time to indulge in exotic dishes, sizzling barbeques, chilled wines and ice-cold...

 
 
Perfect Presents

Sh! Women's Erotic Emporium 57 Hoxton Square, N1 6PB Tea and sex, how very British! This friendly boutique in Hoxton Square offers girlies the chance to seek...

 
 
Romantic Restaurants

Rosemary Lane 61 Royal Mint Street, E1 8LG Tucked away on a back street near Tower Bridge is one of the East End's best-kept secrets....

 
 
Petal Power

Wild at Heart 54 Pimlico Road, SW1W 8LP There's a definite signature style to Wild at Heart's adorable hand-tied bouquets, ideal for sending to office blocks around...

 
 
Single Scene

Die Freche Muse Valentine's Special The George Tavern, E1 0LA 11th February 2012 For an alternative way to celebrate Valentine's Day (or the Valentine's period, seeing as the...

 
 
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    Holiday Inn London Kings Cross - Bloomsbury
    London > Hotels > Mid-Range Chain Hotel   from £63  32% off
    1 Kings Cross Road, WC1X | 4 minutes from Led
    Halfway between the City and the west End, the Bloomsbury area is an oasis of calm in the very heart of the capital. It's a lovely ... More
     
     
     
    The Zetter Hotel London
    London > Hotels > Mid-Range Chain Hotel   from £60  29% off
    St John's Square 86-88 Clerkenwell Road, EC1M | 6 minutes from Led
    This boutique hotel in trendy Clerkenwell fits right in with the warehouse chic designer feel of the neighbourhood. Mixing vintage chairs with stark modern prints, there's ... More
     
     
     
    Atelier EC1 Apartments By Bridgestreet
    London > Hotels > Luxury Chain Hotel   from £120  36% off
    30 Greville Street, EC1N | 7 minutes from Led
    Atelier EC1 by BridgeStreet is a new five star, environmentally friendly apartment development based in the heart of Londons thriving Jewellery Quarter, near the City of ... More
     
     
     
     
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    Bleeding Heart Tavern
    London > Nightlife > Bars
    Bleeding Heart Yard, off Greville Street, Clerkenwell, London EC1N | 7 minutes from Led
    As the less formal sister of the Bleeding Heart Restaurant, the Tavern has kept the brand's warm welcome, slick service and top nosh intact while presenting ... More
     
     
     
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    The Perseverance
    London > Nightlife > Bars
    63 Lamb's Conduit Street, Bloomsbury, London WC1N | 8 minutes from Led
    Formerly run by Billy Drew (who has opened The Chippy in Soho), The Perseverance in Lamb's Conduit Street re-opened in April 2007 under new management. It's ... More
     
     
     
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    Bounce
    London > Nightlife > Bars
    121 Holborn, Holborn, London EC1N | 9 minutes from Led
    Paddles at the ready! Europe's first social ping-pong club has arrived in London and, quite brilliantly, is built in the exact spot that table tennis was ... More
     
     
     
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    Cafe Kick
    London > Nightlife > Pubs
    43 Exmouth Market, Clerkenwell, London EC1R | 2 minutes from Led
    The original Kick bar and a local landmark, Cafe Kick is a tiny continental-style cafe bar with terrace tables and an endearingly insalubrious interior, has three ... More
     
     
     
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    Ghost Farringdon
    London > Nightlife >
    113-117 Farringdon Road, Clerkenwell, London EC1R | 3 minutes from Led
    Most people's gripe about South Ken's graffiti chic venue Ghost INC is that it would be better suited to the edgier East End than the haughty ... More
     
     
     
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    The Three Kings
    London > Nightlife > Pubs
    7 Clerkenwell Close, Clerkenwell, London EC1R | 4 minutes from Led
    Tucked away down a Clerkenwell backstreet next to the graveyard of St James Church, The Three Kings is popular with the locals and a real find for ... More
     
     
     
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    English National Ballet: Lest We Forget
    London > Events > Dance  Dates: 8th to 12th Sep 2015
    Sadler's Wells Theatre, Rosebery Avenue, City, London EC1R | 7 minutes from Led
    Following a successful first showing at the Barbican in spring last year, the English National Ballet's "clever mix of experiment and accessibility" (The Guardian), Lest We ...More
     
     
     
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    London Latin Collective Presents
    London > Events > Clubbing and Nightlife  Dates: Sunday 30th August 2015 - 9.30pm-6am
    Scala, 275 Pentonville Road, King's Cross, King's Cross, London N1 | 12 minutes from Led
    Four rooms of DJs playing salsa max, viva Cuba, zouk central & Bachata rosa, plus dance demonstrations featuring Vito and Stefania, Alex Rasero & Ewelina Gluchowska, ...More
     
     
     
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    Scalalatina Carnival Continued Bank Holiday Allnighter
    London > Events > Clubbing and Nightlife  Dates: Sunday 30th August 2015 - 10.30pm-6am
    Scala, 275 Pentonville Road, King's Cross, King's Cross, London N1 | 12 minutes from Led
    Featuring International Guest Stars Vito and Stefania (Italy). Winners of no less than 6 world titles....More
     
     
     
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    Theatre Delicatessen
    London > Entertainment > Theatres
    Guardian House, 119 Farringdon Road, Clerkenwell, London EC1R | 2 minutes from Led
    Taking over the old Guardian building in Farringdon and filling it with rehearsal rooms and performance spaces, Theatre Delicatessen not only takes an entrepreneurial approach to ... More
     
     
     
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    Theatre Delicatessen
    London > Entertainment > Theatres
    Guardian House, 119 Farringdon Road, Clerkenwell, London EC1R | 2 minutes from Led
    Taking over the old Guardian building in Farringdon and filling it with rehearsal rooms and performance spaces, Theatre Delicatessen not only takes an entrepreneurial approach to ... More
     
     
     
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    Sadler's Wells
    London > Entertainment > Classical Music
    Rosebery Avenue, Islington, Clerkenwell, London EC1R | 7 minutes from Led
    Modern contemporary dance and music performance space. Occupying a site with a long tradition of entertaining Londoners, Sadler's Wells exists to bring the best of national and ... More
     
     
     
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    Exmouth Market
    London > Attractions > Other Attractions
    Exmouth Market, Clerkenwell, London EC1R | 2 minutes from Led
    A rich hunting ground for restaurants and bars, Exmouth Market twinkles under the fairy lights that zig-zag overhead across the scenic pedestrianised street. Hip hang outs ... More
     
     
     
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    House of Detention
    London > Attractions > Historic Buildings
    Sans Walk, Clerkenwell, London EC1R | 3 minutes from Led
    The House of Detention gets its name from its former purpose - as a prison - and there has been a prison on this site since ... More
     
     
     
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    The Werkstatt
    London > Attractions > Art Galleries
    7-9 Woodbridge Street, Clerkenwell, London EC1R | 4 minutes from Led
    The Werkstatt - meaning workshop in German - is a workshop for international designers and architects to meet, be inspired, play and create. A showcase for ... More
     
     
     
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    ec one Exmouth Market
    London > Shopping > Jewellery
    41 Exmouth Market, Clerkenwell, London EC1R | 2 minutes from Led
    Established in Clerkenwell in 1997, EC One jewellery has built up a glittering reputation for its individual, stylish jewellery. Husband and wife team Jos and Alison ... More
     
     
     
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    International Magic Shop
    London > Shopping > Specialists
    89 Clerkenwell Road, Clerkenwell, London EC1R | 4 minutes from Led
    Superb family-run magic shop, offering props, books and videos for magicians of all abilities. Pick a deck of cards, any deck of cards, from their mysterious ... More
     
     
     
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    Lesley Craze Gallery
    London > Shopping > Jewellery
    34 Clerkenwell Green, Clerkenwell, London EC1R | 4 minutes from Led
    Lesley Craze houses contemporary pieces of jewellery design in an interesting gallery shop. A range of materials is used, including both precious and semi-precious metals, and ... More
     
     
     
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    The Eagle
    London > Restaurants > Gastropub
    159 Farringdon Road, Clerkenwell, London EC1R | Same location as Led
    The original and arguably one of London's best gastropubs, The Eagle in Farringdon is a happy, bustling place where top notch food is served without the ... More
     
     
     
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    Little Bay
    London > Restaurants > French restaurants
    171 Farringdon Road, Clerkenwell, London EC1R | Same location as Led
    Little Bay is pure theatre, like stepping into the Moulin Rouge in its heyday or finding yourself in a 1920s speakeasy, candlelit and avant-garde. You half ... More
     
     
     
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    Quality Chop House
    London > Restaurants > British restaurants
    94 Farringdon Road, Clerkenwell, London EC1R | 1 minute from Led
    The Victorian warehouses and industrial buildings of Farringdon have been restored to their former glory, but these days the locals are more likely to be bankers ... More
     
     
     
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    London Wine Academy
    London > Education > Evening Classes
    Garden Floor, 6 Coldbath Square, Clerkenwell, London EC1R | 1 minute from Led
    One day workshops, offering a friendly no-nonsense approach to teaching about wine, suitable for everyone from beginners to experts. Courses take place at the following venues: Atlas PH, ... More
     
     
     
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    Career Energy
    London > Education > Career Services
    4-6 Staple Inn, Holborn, London WC1V | 9 minutes from Led
    Situated in the heart of London, Career Energy – formed in March 2002 - offers comprehensive advice on careers, career change and job searching. They’ll analyse ... More
     
     
     
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    The Method Studio
    London > Education > Universities and Colleges
    Conway Hall, 25 Red Lion Square, Holborn, London WC1R | 9 minutes from Led
    Learn to act by becoming the person you are portraying. Think yourself into the role... eat what they would eat, weigh what they would weigh, behave ... More
     
     
     
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    Spa Fields Park
    London > Leisure > Parks and Gardens
    Northampton Road, Clerkenwell, London EC1R | 3 minutes from Led
    A busy park in Islington beside the Three Corners Centre youth centre and Adventure Playground, the 2.02 acre Spa Fields include a children's playground, tarmac ... More
     
     
     
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    My Chocolate Workshops
    London > Leisure > Activities
    Hatton Square Business Centre, 16-16a Baldwin Gardens, Holborn, London EC1N | 6 minutes from Led
    Immerse yourself in a world of chocolate with this mouth-watering workshop. You will discover how chocolate is processed from bean to bar. Sample a variety of ... More
     
     
     
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    Ted's Grooming Room & Ottoman Lounge
    London > Leisure > Health and Beauty
    31 Theobalds Road, Bloomsbury, London WC1X | 9 minutes from Led
    Inspired by the skills and techniques of the Ottoman Empire's barbers, Ted's Grooming Room provides a sanctuary for men seeking the perfect shave. With ... More
     
     
     
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    The Eagle
    London > Restaurants > Gastropub
    159 Farringdon Road, Clerkenwell, London EC1R | Same location as Led
    The original and arguably one of London's best gastropubs, The Eagle in Farringdon is a happy, bustling place where top notch food is served without the ... More
     
     
     
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    The Coach & Horses
    London > Restaurants > Gastropub
    26-28 Ray Street, Clerkenwell, London EC1R | 2 minutes from Led
    Although the excellent food is the main attraction here that doesn't mean the beers aren't important too. A choice of Young's Special, Fuller's London Pride, Adnam's ... More
     
     
     
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    The Easton
    London > Restaurants > Gastropub
    22 Easton Street, Clerkenwell, London WC1X0DS | 2 minutes from Led
    Freezing cold and slightly wet, we took shelter in this welcoming pub for a bite to eat... but they practically had to roll us out of ... More
     
     
     
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    Crypt on the Green
    London > Business > Venue Hire
    Clerkenwell Close, Clerkenwell, London EC1R | 4 minutes from Led
    The Crypt on the Green, underneath St James Church in Clerkenwell, is on the site of the first nunnery to be built in London dating back ... More
     
     
     
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    Honourable Society of Gray's Inn
    London > Business > Venue Hire
    8 South Square, Gray's Inn, Holborn, London WC1R | 7 minutes from Led
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    Museum of the Order of St John
    London > Business > Venue Hire
    St. Johns Gate, 26 St. John's Lane, Clerkenwell, London EC1M | 7 minutes from Led
    The Museum of the Order of St John tells the story of the St John's Ambulance from within a 16th century gatehouse which was formerly the ... More
     
     
     
     

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    WetYourSelf!
    Clubbing and Nightlife | On 30th August 2015 

    Fabric 9 minutes walk from Led

    House and techno courtesy of Cormac, Peter Pixzel and Jacob Husley....More

    Language Courses In Spanish, Italian, French, Brazilian-Portuguese And German
    Exhibitions | Until 25th September 2015 

    Conway Hall 9 minutes walk from Led

    Lunchtime and evening courses from beginner to advanced....More

    26 Pairs Of Eyes
    Exhibitions | Until 26th September 2015 

    The Foundling Museum 10 minutes walk from Led

    Twenty-six sestudes, written works that feature exactly 62 words, shown alongside the artefacts from the collection that inspired their creation. ...More

    Geoffrey Preston: Lines Of Beauty
    Exhibitions | Until 6th September 2015 

    The Foundling Museum 10 minutes walk from Led

    A review of the 400-year-old tradition of decorative plasterwork, from the Rococo splendour of the Foundling Hospital Court Room to ...More

    Foundlings At War: Military Bands
    Exhibitions | Until 5th October 2015 

    The Foundling Museum 10 minutes walk from Led

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    Scalalatina Carnival Continued Bank Holiday Allnighter
    Clubbing and Nightlife | On 30th August 2015 

    Scala 12 minutes walk from Led

    Featuring International Guest Stars Vito and Stefania (Italy). Winners of no less than 6 world titles....More

    London Latin Collective Presents
    Clubbing and Nightlife | On 30th August 2015 

    Scala 12 minutes walk from Led

    Four rooms of DJs playing salsa max, viva Cuba, zouk central & Bachata rosa, plus dance demonstrations featuring Vito and ...More

    The Hot Caribbean Carnival
    Clubbing and Nightlife | On 30th August 2015 

    O2 Academy Islington 14 minutes walk from Led

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    Designing A Moment: The London 2012 Cauldron
    Designing A Moment: The London 2012 Cauldron
    Exhibitions | Until 31st December 2015 

    Museum of London 14 minutes walk from Led

    A new pavilion gallery has been built in the courtyard of the Museum of London to house the Cauldron designed ...More

     
     
     
     
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