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Five Highlights Of The City of London Festival

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Guest blog by City of London Festival Director Paul Gudgin The City of London Festival brings more than 250 events to the amazing buildings and spaces of the City of London from 22 June.  It is one of the biggest …

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Where To Watch The World Cup In London 2014

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Whether you love it or hate it, the World Cup is upon us once again. London, being the international city it is, allows fans from all nations to watch their team fight it out for the trophy in Brazil this …

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Top Five Secret Gardens in London

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London is one of the greenest capital cities in the world. As well as the large parks and open spaces, you’ll find many charming, tucked-away gardens dotted around the capital. We’ve picked five of the best, which are free to …

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10 Canalside Cafes in London

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As London’s picturesque canals become increasingly popular with walkers and cyclists, more and more canalside cafes are popping up along London’s towpaths. We pick 10 canalside eateries where you can sit and watch boats bobbing, the sun shining on the …

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Things To Do Outdoors in London This Summer

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Enjoy the great outdoors in London this summer with these top five activities. 1. Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre is a cultural highlight of every London summer. The outdoor, 1,250-seat amphitheatre in London’s beautiful Regent’s …

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London Theatre News: The Scottsboro Boys gets its revival, and Hollywood stars Ben Foster and Juliette Binoche head for the West End

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Since it closed at the Young Vic there have been rumours about The Scottsboro Boys transferring to a West End theatre. Brilliantly, these rumours have now been confirmed. From October, theatregoers at the Garrick Theatre can see exactly why critics …

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Top Five May Bank Holiday Club Nights by DesignMyNight

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Guest Post by DesignMyNight If there’s one thing London does well, it’s a Bank Holiday. As that sacred three-day weekend creeps ever closer, it’s time to think about how you are going to celebrate that extra day away from the …

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Top 5 Easter Egg Hunts in London

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There’s a cracking choice of Easter egg hunts taking place in London this weekend. Here’s our pick of the best: Easter egg hunt at Kew Gardens When: 20 Apr 9.30am-1pm Kids can collect tokens from around the postcard-perfect gardens before …

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Video of the Week: Museum of London’s Wartime Photographs

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In this moving video, Museum of London Curator of Photography Anna Sparham talks about the museum’s new acquisition of 2,500 images from the UK’s first female press photographer Christina Broom, including incredible pictures of soldiers going off to fight in …

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48 Hour Gay Guide to East London

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A guest blog post by Adam Groffman, author of travel blog Travels of Adam London’s East End is one of the capital’s coolest neighborhoods. A longtime working class area, East London is now home to some of the city’s best restaurants and bars. …

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