Unique Film Events in London

You can always expect a little something extra when you’re visiting the city of London and that goes for films too. When it comes to film events, you should expect to see the best unpool this year. The following are just some of the events you can go to if you are visiting London. Rob Knox Film Festival The Rob Knox Film Festival has been presented by the Rob Knox Foundation to help educate young people on street violence and to support them in the area of drama and film. If you are a budding film maker, then this film […]

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The Top Eight Concert Events in London for 2016

The great thing about concerts are that they don’t really have a season, and it doesn’t matter what day of the week, month of the year or time of day it is, you can bet that people are going to pay ridiculous amounts of moolah just to get a glimpse of their favourite musicians and their lunatic drummer (every band should have one) on stage. The following are some of the concert events to keep in mind this year if you live or are travelling to London. 1.     Lionel Richie – All the Hits, All Night Long’ Tour International superstar […]

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The Best London TV Tours of 2016

If you enjoy wandering the streets then London has plenty of places of interest for you, where you won’t only get to pass the time but also learn a thing or two about the UK TV scene. The following are some of the best TV events of 2016 in London. Downton Abbey Tour In this day tour get to explore some of the famous filming locations of the famous TV series Downton Abbey, which are located at both London and Oxfordshire countryside. The highlights of the tour includes some famous and some off the beaten tracks locations which add a […]

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Military Events at London 2016

If you enjoy military parades then London has quite a few events that are scheduled for 2016 that should pique your interest. So, without any further ado, here’s a list of the military events for 2016. Trooping the Colour at Horse Guards Horse Guards, Whitehall, Westminster 10 am – 4th June 2016 Trooping the Colour is considered to be one of the best set-pieces of the year. But, while the first rehearsal is held two weeks before the actual called ‘The Major’s Review’ there is a second rehearsal which is held just a week before the actual event called ‘The Colonel’s Review’. […]

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London Film Events – 7 Reasons to Mark Your Calendar in 2016

Who doesn’t love the movies, so much drama, so much intrigue. No matter whether they are indie flicks or big budget summer blockbusters, everybody loves a good flick.  When it comes to independent flicks, the following are some film events that you would want to mark your calendar for in 2016. So without any further ado, here goes. 1.     The Cinema Museum If you ever wanted to find out everything about cinema then The Cinema Museum is that one place where you would do just that. The Cinema Museum started out as a charitable organisation by Martin Humphries and Ronald Grant […]

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Top 7 Destinations for Coach Holidays in Europe

Travelling by coach is by far the best way of seeing the city. There’s something that’s intriguing and quite exciting about coach holidays, but with such a wide variety of destinations from which to choose from, finding the perfect city for your vacation can be a tough nut to crack. Fortunately, we’ve done the research so that you don’t have to and have come up with your best options in coach holidays. The following are some of the European cities that make great coach holiday spots. France The Loire Valley and the Nantes Flower Festival are two of the most […]

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The Top Five Theatre Events of 2016 in London

London is one of those cities which provide a unique getaway for its visitors all through the year. Get prepared to experience some really exciting show events this year at some of the most famous theatres in London. The Royal Shakespeare Company The Royal Shakespeare Company has been known to deliver some thrilling plays over the years and in 2016 it doesn’t disappoint. Those who love theatre will get to feast their eyes on the marvellous David Tennant in one of Shakespeare’s best known plays, Richard II. Directed by Gregory Doran, the play sees Tennant reprise his role for a […]

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