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London Summer Music Festivals 2014

London Summer Music Festivals 2014

The grey days are mostly gone, deck chairs and semi clad office workers on their lunch break can be seen in the London parks. Summer has come to London. It’s also the time for London’s Summer Music Festivals. Forget heading out into the English country side this summer stay in London and enjoy London’s Best Festivals.more ...

Bonfire Night 2012 in London

Bonfire Night 2012 in London

Now that the Gunpowder Plot is well buried into the past and all brutality highly stylised, Guy Fawkes Night is – somewhat ironically – considered a fun day out for all the family. If you’re looking to experience this most British of festivals, here’s a list of public fireworks displays in London for Bonfire Night 2012.more ...

Where to celebrate Halloween 2012 in London

Where to celebrate Halloween 2012 in London

From haunted houses to Bonfire Night, there is something of the night about London. Think Jack the Ripper, the Black Death, Rocky Horror Show and all kinds of suspicious activities taking place in dark alleys (Saturday-night aftermath, anyone?). All of which makes Halloween in London a fantastically kitsch experience. Grab your wackiest costume and a group of friends: these are our guidelines for a happy Halloween in London 2012.more ...

The Paralympics Closing Ceremony 2012

The Paralympics Closing Ceremony 2012

Ultimately, as the Olympic cauldron returned back to the ashes and dust from which it came, we’re pleased to say that the Paralympics Closing Ceremony was received with good reviews. A summer-long love affair with sport has ended, but will remain with us for long to come.more ...

London 2012 Olympic medal count (III)

London 2012 Olympic medal count (III)

After all these days of competition, excitement and sporting records, the Olympic Games of London 2012 were given a send-off yesterday with a spectacular closing ceremony full of stars. This is the definitive London Olympics 2012 medal count…more ...

London, gay capital in 2012

London, gay capital in 2012

This summer, London will be the capital of sport and many other things. As well as celebrating the Olympic Games and the Diamond Jubilee of the Queen, the home of Big Ben’s will be the seat of World Pride 2012, the most important gay event in the world, which will be filling the streets with colour from the 23rd of June to the 8th of July.more ...

Wimbledon 2012

Wimbledon 2012

The London 2012 Wimbledon Grand Slam dates have been set from June 25th to July 8th. During this period, top tennis names will battle it out in a competition that is as nerve-wracking as it is very British indeed.more ...

The Queen's Diamond Jubilee in London

The Queen's Diamond Jubilee in London

The Diamond Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II in London celebrates 60 years of the queen in the United Kingdom throne. To commemorate this event, a wide range of activities and celebrations have been organized in London throughout 2012, although the main events will take place from 2 to 5 June.more ...

Bonfire Night and London Fireworks 2011

Bonfire Night and London Fireworks 2011

Every 5th of November, the British typically celebrate Bonfire Night or Guy Fawkes. It is a huge celebration involving lots of stunning firework displays, typical food and enormous bonfires across the country. Bonfire Night is held in commemoration of the 1605 Gunpowder Plot by 13 young men, one of which was Guy Fawkes. more ...

Celebrate Gay Pride in London 2011

Celebrate Gay Pride in London 2011

We have previously spoken about Gay Pride celebrations in cities such as Barcelona, Madrid, Berlin and Sitges. Today, its London's turn which, year after year, holds one of the liveliest and most popular celebrations in Europe.more ...

Ray Davies’ Meltdown Festival 2011 in the London Southbank Centre this June

Ray Davies’ Meltdown Festival 2011 in the London Southbank Centre this June

Amongst the abundance of musical events taking place this summer in London is the Meltdown Festival held in June this year. With ambitious plans the curator himself, the legendary Ray Davies, former lead singer of the Kinks (You really got me now, 1964), declares that “some are to mad to be feasible”. Either way he’s managed what he intended to do in this festival which attempts to reflect British culture and musical diversity over the years. more ...

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