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  • See Top Stars in London’s Theaters this Spring

    See Top Stars in London’s Theaters this Spring

    London’s West End is always one of the best spots in the world for enjoying theatre. This spring some of the biggest names in entertainment from around the globe will be on the stage. Check out our tips for the hottest shows!

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  • Sweet Ideas for Celebrating Valentine’s Day in London

    Sweet Ideas for Celebrating Valentine’s Day in London

    Valentine’s Day is fast approaching! If you’re fortunate enough to be in London with the one you love over the holiday, then you’ll have plenty of options. From traditional fine dining to sightseeing and offbeat adventures, London has your Valentine’s Day covered.

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  • Beware the Jabberwocky!

    Beware the Jabberwocky!

    The Little Angel Theatre Company has brought to life Lewis Carroll’s delightful nonsense poem The Jabberwocky. If you’re coming to London later in the year, then look out for Hansel and Gretel, Rapunzel and other puppet treats for a fun and unique London theatre experience!

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  • Happy Birthday, Shakespeare!

    Happy Birthday, Shakespeare!

    Recently voted as one of the top symbols defining Britishness, it’s surely no surprise that there are big plans in the works to celebrate Shakespeare’s 450th birthday on April 23rd. Get your party hats (or would that be ruffs?) in order in advance at Shakespeare’s Birthday celebration at the Globe Theatre in London on Monday, April 21st, 2014.

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  • Summer in the City

    Summer in the City

    With the sun out in London this week, we’re suddenly super excited about the summer! 2014 looks like it’s brimming with brilliant events for your diary, so let us entice you with just some of our must see suggestions.

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  • London in August

    London in August

    With lovely weather, fun outdoor events and the chance to visit the State Rooms at Buckingham Palace, the month of August is one of the best times of the year to visit London. Find out a few of our favourites things about August in London!

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  • Pride and Prejudice in Regent’s Park this Summer

    Pride and Prejudice in Regent’s Park this Summer

    Summer is here and Regent’s Park is looking glorious! Enjoy its beauty and a spot of Jane Austen as the Open Air Theatre puts on a production of Pride and Prejudice set to take the stage from June 20th to July 20th, 2013. Attention all Jane Austen fans … this is an unforgettable chance to experience Pride and Prejudice in one of London’s most beautiful parks!

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  • The Great Gatsby in London

    The Great Gatsby in London

    London is all of a flutter. In a “Roaring 20s”, Charlestony, sequined-fringe’d-flapper-dress sort of flutter. On May 17th Baz Luhrmann’s Great Gatsby will be released. Just how should one celebrate? Let London Perfect show you how best to enjoy a contemporary spin on the 1920s.

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  • Discovering London – Covent Garden

    Discovering London – Covent Garden

    Come along on a visual (and musical) stroll through Covent Garden, one of the most vibrant and fun neighbourhoods in London! Come for the shopping, dining and fun atmosphere and stay for the great theatre and street entertainment. Take a look at the history of Covent Garden and the top spots to see today!

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  • A Romantic Valentine’s Day in London

    A Romantic Valentine’s Day in London

    London is a wonderful city to explore with someone you love, and it’s a great spot for a romantic Valentine’s Day getaway. Whether you’re visiting the classic sights, enjoying stunning views from Tower Bridge or simply strolling hand in hand along the Thames, there’s a lot of romance to be found in London. Here are our favourite things to do, most romantic spots and the best ways to celebrate Valentine’s Day in London!

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  • Now Playing: World Shakespeare Festival Begins with Much Ado

    Now Playing: World Shakespeare Festival Begins with Much Ado

    From now until November, London will be celebrating their most famous playwright during the World Shakespeare Festival. During the next six weeks of the festival, all of the Bard’s 37 plays will be performed marathon-style at the Globe Theatre in 37 different languages, including Swahili, Maori, and even sign language.

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