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Alternative Afternoon Tea in London

Afternoon Tea is one tradition that London has perfected and there are countless venues serving finger sandwiches, dainty cakes and buttery scones. But, for...

 
 
July in London 2015

A National Portrait Gallery exhibition on film star and fashion icon Audrey Hepburn, Bastille Day and the open air Somerset House Summer Series are some...

 
 
Best Gastropubs in London

With pubs being such a major part of British culture, it wasn't long until someone decided we needed an excuse to spend even longer...

 
 
Best Luxury Cinemas in London

Forget uncomfortable chairs and stale popcorn, these luxury cinemas make watching a film a truly enjoyable experience. From hot food brought to your table...

 
 
LondonTown's Favourite Restaurants

Here at LondonTown, we know a little something about the best places to eat in the city. It's not just the quality of the food...

 
 
Restaurants for Kids in London

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

 
 
London 2015: Major Art (January - June)

The year kicks off with Renaissance masters and controversial Pop art. Rubens and His Legacy: Van Dyck to Cézanne is at the Royal Academy...

 
 
June in London 2015

Taylor Swift, The Who and Barbara Hepworth come to London in June 2015 when annual favourites the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition and the Serpentine...

 
 
April in London 2015

Kristin Scott Thomas plays The Queen and Enda Walsh adapts Roald Dahl's The Twits for the Royal Court in April 2015....

 
 
March in London 2015

Alexander McQueen's Savage Beauty comes to the V&A in March 2015, Sam Smith plays two sell-out shows at the O2 Academy Brixton and Emma...

 
 
London Swimming

When temperatures rise in the summer there's only one place to really cool off - London's outdoor pools and lidos. Whether it's athletic lengths or lazing and sunbathing, a watery...

 
 
Wimbledon Themed Events in London

Everyone's getting inspired by the 2015 Wimbledon tennis championship, LondonTown.com rounds up the best events from cocktails to afternoon tea. ...

 
 
Where to Watch Wimbledon in London

Serve, smash, ace! Find out where to see the Wimbledon action live on big screens all over London. You don't have to go to SW19...

 
 
London Summer Pop Ups and Events

From rooftop supper clubs to late-night markets, the summer months in London welcome a host of new events that are simply not possible during the...

 
 
The Wellesley

With just 36 rooms and suites The Wellesley is a small but glamorous hotel in Knightsbridge, west of Hyde Park Corner. A stylish conversion...

 
 
St Pancras Renaissance Hotel

Behind the striking red brick facade that Sir George Gilbert Scott fashioned for the Midland Grand is a 5-star hotel, with a spa, pool,...

 
 
St Martins Lane Hotel

Two minutes to Trafalgar Square as the pigeon flies, St Martins Lane Hotel is ideally located for the theatres that surround Leicester Square. Part...

 
 
The Sanderson

Slick design, statement furniture and modern fittings, that is the legacy hotelier Ian Schrager and designer extraordinaire Philippe Starck have left at The Sanderson....

 
 
Rosewood London

Ideally located for theatre-goers, Rosewood London is the most luxurious hotel in the West End area. The grand Grade II listed building houses 262...

 
 
The Ritz London

With its French chateau style architecture and Louis XVI furnishings, The Ritz is a world famous London luxury hotel. Home to thousands of discerning...

 
 
One Aldwych

One Aldwych dates back to 1907, designed by The Ritz's architects as home to The Morning Post newspaper, and reopened in 1998 as a grand...

 
 
The Goring

The Goring was the hotel of choice for Kate Middleton on the night before her wedding, proving its status as one of London's most...

 
 
Claridge's

This iconic 5* hotel is the place to stay for true luxury. Located in the heart of Mayfair, it boasts one of London's most indulgent...

 
 
Brown's Hotel

An aristocratic, traditional hotel in a beautiful corner of Mayfair, Brown's Hotel lies close to the boutiques of Bond Street and to the Royal...

 
 
The Beaumont

The first hotel by Corbin and King, The Beaumont is a luxury Mayfair hotel with a stand out room, an inhabitable sculpture by Antony Gormley....

 
 
45 Park Lane

Sister hotel to The Dorchester, 45 Park Lane houses just 45 rooms and suites, making it an intimate accommodation option. It also houses Wolfgang Puck's...

 
 
Best Beer Gardens in London

The merest glimmer of sun and the London's drinking population goes crazy, ditching pint glasses in favour of plastic glasses consumed out in the...

 
 
London Art Fairs

London is home to 22 specialist art fairs which showcase a huge variety of works, including museum quality pieces, and attract thousands of international...

 
 
Summer at the Barbican

The International Beckett Season brings a number of Samuel Beckett's plays to the Barbican this summer, while Christopher's Segel's stage adaptation of To Kill...

 
 
London Outdoor Film Screenings

Don't let the lovely summer weather and long days stop you pursuing your favourite hobby of watching films. With a number of parks, roofs...

 
 
Al Fresco Food Spots in London

Sun dappled terraces, rooftops with a view, private walled gardens and riverside balconies, wherever you are in London you're never more than a few...

 
 
Summer in Bloomsbury

Home to the British Library, British Museum and Wellcome Collection, Bloomsbury boasts a great programme of events throughout summer. From quirky events to major...

 
 
Best Playgrounds in London

Take the kids to the best playgrounds in London - they're fun, they're outdoors and they're free. Set sail at the pirate playground and find...

 
 
Summer Art in London

We run through all the best art exhibitions coming to town this summer - from Barbara Hepworth at Tate Britain to the annual Summer...

 
 
Best Sunday Lunch in London

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London Al Fresco Dining and Drinking

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May in London 2014

With bank holidays top and tailing May there are two long weekends to enjoy. Highlights of the month include a star turn from actress Fiona...

 
 
August in London 2014

Plenty of sunshine is needed in London this August with a strong supply of al fresco events on the line-up - from the vibrant...

 
 
April in London 2014

Justin Timberlake returns to the O2 for his first solo performance since 2007 and the Bank of England Museum reopens with the Curiosities from the...

 
 
Mother's Day Dining

Sometimes the best way to treat your mum is with an indulgent dinner, a glass of wine and a long catch up. So, read on...

 
 
Mother's Day Afternoon Tea

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Best Hotel Bars in London

London has some of the best hotel bars in the world - and the great thing is that you don't always have to be a...

 
 
Free Outdoor Spaces in London

Enjoying the delights of one of the capital's many parks has to be top of the list when it comes to free stuff to...

 
 
September in London 2012

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Playful Pop Ups

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London 2014: New Openings

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Autumn 2013 on London's South Bank

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Christmas Sweets and Treats in London

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London Ice Skating

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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...

 
 
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...

 
 
New Hotels in London 2013

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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...

 
 
New Hotels in London 2017

The first art'otel in the UK opens in Hoxton, just one of the exciting new hotels to open in London in 2017. ...

 
 
August Bank Holiday in London

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London 2014: Major Art

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London Al Fresco Dining and Drinking

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The Shard

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March in London 2014

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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...

 
 
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...

 
 
Autumn 2013 pop-ups and events

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London Parks

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London Brunch

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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...

 
 
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...

 
 
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......

 
 
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...

 
 
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 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...

 
 
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:...

 
 
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 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...

 
 
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 7: Wed 5th Sept

Iran powerlifter Siamand Rahman promises to pull in the crowds while a full day at the Aquatics Centre will no doubt see records tumble –...

 
 
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 2: Friday 31st Aug

The second day of action kicks off early with Brazil taking on France in Football 5-a-side at the Riverbank Arena – and it's another...

 
 
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....

 
 
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 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 Fencing

Fast paced and strategic Wheelchair Fencing Comes to London's ExCeL for the 2012 Paralympic Games, this sport derives from the age-old pursuit of sword...

 
 
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 Boccia

The sport that is relatively unknown outside of the Paralympic Games - get to know Boccia at the ExCeL, starting with learning the correct...

 
 
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...

 
 
London Paralympics FAQs

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...

 
 
Paralympics History from 1948

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

 
 
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...

 
 
The Mall & Central London

The Mall and streets of London will become a venue in itself as the Paralympic Marathon route takes to the streets of the city....

 
 
North Greenwich Arena

One of London's most popular entertainment venues, the North Greenwich Arena (or O2 Arena, as its usually known) played a big role during the...

 
 
ExCel Centre

One of Europe's largest and most versatile exhibiton spaces, the ExCeL will be the most used venue at the Games outside of the Olympic...

 
 
Eton Manor

The early 20th-century Eton Manor Sports Club has been reinvigorated and given a new lease of life in order for it to host the Paralympic...

 
 
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...

 
 
Basketball Arena

It may be temporary but the Basketball Arena is one of the most aesthetically pleasing venues in the Olympic Park and will play a big role during...

 
 
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. ...

 
 
Olympic Facts & Figures

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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...

 
 
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...

 
 
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...

 
 
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...

 
 
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...

 
 
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 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...

 
 
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....

 
 
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...

 
 
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...

 
 
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...

 
 
Romantic Hotels

The Rookery Peter's Lane, Cowcross Street, EC1M 6DS As cosy as a gentleman's club but not nearly so stuffy, The Rookery is a perfect romantic getaway - and consequently...

 
 
January in London 2012

London Olympic Test Event: Visa International Gymnastics London Olympics: North Greenwich Arena, SE10 0BB 10th January 2012 - 18th January 2012 Gymnasts from around 60 different nations are...

 
 
February in London 2012

The Baby Show ExCel London Exhibition Centre, E16 1XL 24th February 2012 - 26th February 2012 Taking place four times a year across four venues, The Baby...

 
 
March in London 2012

British Design 1948-2012: Innovation in the Modern Age Victoria and Albert (V & A) Museum, SW7 2RL 31st March 2012 - 12th August 2012 British Design celebrates post-war art...

 
 
April in London 2012

London Paralympic Test Event: Wheelchair Rugby London Olympics Basketball Arena, E20 2ST 17th April 2012 - 19th April 2012 Wheelchair Rugby is, hands down, one of the most...

 
 
What's on in London 2015

Plan the perfect year in the capital with our pick of the best events in London 2015. From January through to December, every month boasts an impressive line-up of entertainment. So, take a look at our guide and be sure not to miss a thing.

 
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    That Silly Show
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    Kensington Palace State Apartments 15 minutes walk from Chair

    Storytelling and music session based on Queen Caroline....More

    Cameron Pierre Jazz Trio @ The Eagle
    Concerts | Until 26th December 2015 

    The Eagle 20 minutes walk from Chair

    The guitarist and his accompanying musicians play mainstream jazz....More

    Investec Opera Holland Park: L'amore Dei Tre Re
    Concerts | Until 1st August 2015 

    Holland Park Theatre 21 minutes walk from Chair

    The ensemble performs Montemezzi's three act opera, translated as The Love of the Three Kings, featuring Natalya Romaniw as Fiora ...More

    Alice's Adventures in Wonderland by Will Todd
    Alice's Adventures in Wonderland by Will Todd
    Concerts | Until 1st August 2015 

    Holland Park Theatre 21 minutes walk from Chair

    The City of London Sinfonia accompany an opera adaptation of Lewis Carroll's classic children's story, featuring Fflur Wyn as the ...More

     
    Opera Holland Park
    Opera Holland Park
    Concerts | Until 1st August 2015 

    Holland Park Theatre 21 minutes walk from Chair

    The annual Holland Park Opera is a highlight of summer in London, when the ...More

     
    Duane Hanson
    Duane Hanson
    Exhibitions | Until 13th September 2015 

    Serpentine Sackler Gallery 21 minutes walk from Chair

    The Serpentine Gallery presents unnerving sculptures by Duane Hanson in his first survey show in London since 1997. Throughout his ...More

     
    Serpentine Gallery Pavilion 2015: SelgasCano
    Serpentine Gallery Pavilion 2015: SelgasCano
    Exhibitions | Until 18th October 2015 

    Serpentine Gallery 21 minutes walk from Chair

    Award-winning Spanish architects SelgasCano, headed by Jose Selgas and Lucia Cano, will bring a burst of colour to ...More

     
    Prom 20: Schubert, Luke Bedford & Bruckner
    Concerts | On 1st August 2015 

    Royal Albert Hall 23 minutes walk from Chair

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