Shakespeare’s London

“Some are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon them.” Exactly, William Shakespeare! On Wednesday 23rd April, it’s the 450th anniversary of William Shakespeare’s birth and it is celebrated throughout London with various special Shakespeare events. Some of which you can enjoy this week, but we have selected events you can enjoy for quite some time.

Be a Royal for a day in London!

There is so much to see and do in London! Explore the beautiful city’s royal attractions, such as Buckingham Palace, Hampton Court Palace, Tower of London, Kew Palace and Kensington Palace!

All Things Kew

Now to 30 April 2014

With Kew Palace opening its doors this week in its annual opening on 11 April, with the weather as nice as it is, and Spring in flurry, it seems only right to talk about Kew Gardens. There are lots of great events happening this month. We’ve comprised a selection of our top picks.

What’s on this weekend in London?

Wondering what’s going on in London this weekend? We pulled a list together for you of things to do. Whether it’s indulging in the best chocolate in London or watching people run miles around the capital, there is something to do for everyone! Get involved! 

Easter Weekend 2014

From 18 April 2014 to 21 April

Spend Easter Weekend in London, because there is just so much to enjoy in the city during Easter! You could get involved in an egg hunt at Cutty Sark, Kew Gardens and V&A Museum of Childhood. Or you could enjoy an afternoon tea or an Easter concert and lots of other fun family events and activities. The possibilities are endless!

The Boat Race

6 April 2014

The Oxford and Cambridge Men’s Boat Race is one of the most popular and longest running (and free!) sports events in London! Up to 250,000 people watch this spectacular boat race every year. So come down to the river and cheer on the rowers!

Mother’s Day in London

30 March 2014

Mother’s Day is coming up, so start planning the perfect day out for you and your mum. If you are in need of inspiration, we have made a list of things you and your mum can enjoy. She deserves to be pampered!

St. Patrick’s weekend in London!

From 16 March 2014 to 17 March 2014

Where’s the craic? Aside from Ireland, in London of course! There is so much to do (besides drinking beer) in this fantastic city. There is a St. Patrick’s Day Parade, a festival, St. Patrick’s Day film and dance, and much more!

Quirky & Unusual London part 3: Unusual London Tours

Do you want to experience London in a different way? Then you should definitely try London’s quirky restaurants, quirky museums and unusual tours!

This week’s blog is about unusual London tours!

Quirky & Unusual London part 2: Quirky London Museums

Do you want to experience London in a different way? Then you should definitely try London’s quirky restaurants, quirky museums and unusual tours!

This week’s blog is about quirky London museums!