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International Women’s Day Events in London

From brave suffragettes to record-breaking graffiti artists, International Women’s Day is a chance to recognise, celebrate and further the amazing achievements of women today and throughout history. As well as the Million Women Rise march, set to take over the …

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London Fashion Week: Events You Can Go To

If you’re not lucky enough to get a ticket to next week’s London Fashion Week AW14, don’t worry – there are plenty of other ways to enjoy LFW fever in London. From couture cocktails to catwalk shows, we’ve picked out the …

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Christmas Family Events in London

School is almost out for Christmas and the holidays are here, so take a peek at our fun family activities and start making some festive plans! Slava’s Snowshow at the Royal Festival Hall Internationally-acclaimed spectacle Slava’s Snowshow is returning to London’s …

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10 Alternative Christmas Events in London

Christmas planning is officially underway. Have yourself a quirky little Christmas this year and discover some real winter gems with our list of 10 alternative festive events. 1. Bluebird Ice Rink, Chelsea (£10) Don’t miss this glamorous pop-up ice rink …

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London Bar and Restaurant News: Halloween Food, Cocktails and Events

As the witching hour cloaks the streets of London in darkness, a number of the city’s most well-known bars, restaurants and event spaces are turning frightfully ghoulish for Halloween this year. The Artesian The Aqui Estoy cocktail (pictured above), served …

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RHS Chelsea Flower Show-Themed Events in London

Didn’t manage to get a ticket to the 2013 RHS Chelsea Flower Show? Not to worry, there’s a whole host of floral-themed events happening in London during May for everyone to enjoy. Some take place solely during the flower show …

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London Fashion Week AW13: Events You Can Go To

For one of the most high-profile and stylish events in the world, London Fashion Week is remarkably accessible. If you can’t blag your way in as a fashion professional, journalist or Anna Wintour’s long-lost relative, you can still get a taste of the glamour that infects the city twice a year.

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