Current Best Film Events in London

Here, we have a list of the best film events that are currently taking place in London: Punk Doc Festival: ‘The Filth and the Fury’ Regent Street Cinema will be hosting anti-establishment rock docs that will include ‘Revenge of the Mekons’, ‘Derailed Sense’ and will be discussing the journey of The Sex Pistols. This will take place on the 19th of February at 6pm and the ticket price is £11. Spartacus The Oscar winning saga, Spartacus is a treat to watch. You will be mesmerized by the epic battles and the excellent film making. Make sure you don’t miss out […]

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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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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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London’s Top Short Film Events Scheduled for Summer

As the New Year begins there are a wide variety of short film festivals which flicker across the city of London, introducing us to numerous cinematic gems that feed the imagination of tourists and residents alike making these film events a must-visit for movie buffs. Watersprite -The Cambridge International Student Film Festival March 2016 – Cambridge The Cambridge International Student Film Festival is a weekend-long extravaganza, which educates and entertains a broad audience of film enthusiasts. The festival is made up of various sessions that are hosted by filmmakers who impart valuable insights on editing and composition. You can expect […]

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Investigate London with a Sherlock Walking Tour

Since the crime drama first hit TV back in 2010, it has been a cult phenomenon. Sherlock has gained quite a following in England as well as the rest of the world. The one-of-a-kind detective was created by Sir Author Conan Doyle, and the TV series was shot in multiple locations across the UK where the original story is set. Sherlock Holmes London TV events, tours are a must-do for those who are visiting London. The tour takes you literally everywhere, from the gentlemen’s club to grand hotels that have been featured both in the novels and the TV series. […]

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Christmas Gifts for Her

It’s scary how quickly Christmas comes around each year and with only 38 days to go until the big day we thought we’d suggest some ideas for what to get the woman in your life. Forget the old clichés of perfume, jewellery and clothes – how about a trip somewhere far more exciting. London International Horse Show The annual London International Horse Show always proves to be a hit each year with a spectacular display of dressage, carriage riding, show jumping and much more. Not only is there lots to watch, there is also a great selection of market stalls […]

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A few fun facts about Downton Abbey

With the final episode of Downton Abbey airing this weekend *sniff* we thought we’d share some little known facts about the show and its cast. The roles of Lord Crawley, Dowager Countess Violet and John Bates were written with its actresses and actors in mind, the rest of the roles went through the normal audition process. Downton Abbey has become an Emmy record holder with a massive 59 nominations and 12 wins. By the third season Downton Abbey was the most watched drama series, it was being broadcast in over 200 countries and it is believed more than 120 million […]

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