London is a theatre lover's dream, with a wide variety of shows on offer, from musicals and plays to opera and ballet. Whether you want to see a classic West End hit, a cutting-edge fringe production, or a spectacular live performance, you'll find something to suit your taste and budget in London.
Westminster Abbey is one of the most iconic and historic attractions in London, dating back to the 10th century. It's the site of royal coronations, weddings and burials, as well as the resting place of many famous Britons, such as Isaac Newton, Charles Dickens and Winston Churchill.
Mercure London Paddington is conveniently located next to Paddington Station, giving you easy access to the city centre and Heathrow Airport. You can also explore the nearby attractions such as Hyde Park, Kensington Gardens, Little Venice and Oxford Street.
Chelsea Flower Show in London is organised by the RHS Royal Horticultural Society and takes place over five days in the gardens of the Royal Hospital Chelsea SW3 4SR. The main focus of Chelsea Flower Show 2023 is to award prizes to the best avant-garde show gardens that are created within a few days by leading garden designers.
London Games Festival 2023 promises to make London the gaming capital of the world. It is a video games event designed for players to discover new experiences as well as industry professionals who want to make new connections, keep up to date with gaming sector developments, seek finance and launch new innovations.London Games Festival
On Saturday 11th February at The Jazz Café in Camden Town proudly present a man with many accolades that include a Yamaha signature artist and keyboard player, a producer and a long-time contributor and co-writer of the legendary band Jamiroquai Matt Johnson.
If you’re visiting London over the next couple of months but still would like to explore the beauty of the City and the surrounding areas then we have just what you’re looking for. Below we are going to tell you some of the best places to go for Winter walks in and around London, all we’ll say is don’t forget the thermals if you’re planning on the longer treks.Best Winter Walks
These intimate Ellie Goulding shows in London have been organised so that fans will get the chance to witness these songs played live for the first time since the album’s release, this will include previously released songs ‘Let It Die’ and ‘Easy Lover’, alongside her greatest hits and fan favourites.
It can certainly be said that Vault Festival has been through the ringer the last 24 months; after subsequently being shut down whilst at its’ peak in March of 2020, being unable to run throughout 2021 and suffering a huge loss by having to cancel just a few weeks before its 2022 installation anyone would have believed this may be the end.
The Hackney Christmas Market has decided to do something a little extra special this year, hosted in Bohemia Place the Market will be championing more than ten local breweries who will have some of their most delicious beers to offer all who attend Hackney Christmas Beer Festival 2022 on 2nd, 9th or 16th December.
October 2019 calls out to one of the most awaited events in London! The 63rd BFI London Film Festival - the biggest celebration of international cinema for the past year. The programme is a combination of the most versatile films, finely selected from the Cannes and other major festivals and prestige awards contenders from the famous US Studios.
Opening the festival is Armando Iannucci’s ‘The Personal History of David Copperfield’ starring Dev Patel, Ben Wishaw and Nikki Amuka-Bird.
If you’re looking for a peaceful oasis in London’s chaotic city centre, head to the Queen Elizabeth Hall Roof Garden. Originally created in 2011 in partnership with the Eden Project, this beautiful, award-winning rooftop garden is now a permanent, much-loved feature of the Southbank Centre: sitting right on the Thames, it offers stunning views of some of London’s most iconic landmarks.
For the last 10 years, Paddington Basin Canal has been home to the summer Dragon Boat Race. Once again this year, on Thursday 25th July, fearless crews will take to the water to compete to be awarded Fastest Team, Runner-Up Team, and the highly coveted Best Dressed Team – all in aid of local charity COSMIC, Children of St Mary’s Intensive Care, which overlooks Paddington Basin.
Enjoy the bank holiday weekend in London, running from 25-27 May 2019, there is plenty to do, from Chelsea Flower Show to the Martini Waterfront pop up in Paddington.
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Located less than half a mile away from the Mercure Paddington is buzzing, bustling Merchant Square. From 10th May to 14th September, it will once again host its free Summer of Fun: with an incredibly eclectic programme, there’s something for every taste!
After a perfect summer’s day, simply stroll the five minutes back to the Mercure Paddington for an excellent night’s sleep!
As the clocks spring forward into British summer time and the weather starts improving, take advantage of the longer summer days by heading to the Floating Pocket Park in Paddington Basin, on the Grand Union Canal.
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Heathrow Express is the quickest way between Central London and Heathrow Airport. With frequent departures and a fifteen minute journey time to Terminals 2 & 3 and a few minutes more to Terminal 4 or 5, the non-stop service achieved 96% overall satisfaction in the latest National Rail Passenger Survey.
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Things to do in West London: From fine dining to Paddington Bear's favourite spot
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Merchant square in Paddington is at the heart of London. In the space you will find brand new restaurants, great shops and office space nestled in the Victoria style London Buildings.
Located in the centre of Kensington, the High-Street Kensington offers numerous trendy clothing stores as well as many restaurants specialising in all different cuisines.
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The Mastaba, project for London is going live on the Serpentine Lake from 18th June.
Back in 1993, Rachel Whiteread’s concrete cast of the interior of an East End terrace house made her the first woman to win the Turner Prize. Now, 24 years since ‘House’, Tate Britain is hosting a long overdue mid-career retrospective of her work. Expect big, immersive statements about sculpture and space from this important and groundbreaking artist. It’s a must-see.
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