The Passion of Jesus in Trafalgar Square

Wintershall Players return with their huge (for which read horses, donkeys, doves and a cast of over 100) open-air re-enactment of ‘The Passion of Jesus’ on Good Friday, featuring volunteers from in and around London.   There are two 90-minute live performances at 12pm and 3.15pm, which are projected onto big screens so everyone in […]

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Jurassic Kingdom at Osterley Park

​Jurassic Kingdom makes its UK Tour Debut at Osterley Park in London and launches on the 1st April 2017 and closes on the 17th April before embarking on a UK wide multi-city tour!   Get up close to the 16-foot-tall (5m-tall) Diplodocus, scan the skies for flying Pterosaurs and watch out for the mighty Tyrannosaurus […]

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Primrose Hill

This small, grassy, hilly park, boasting fantastic views over London, has become increasingly popular with the young, the trendy and the famous – particularly from the media world but don’t let this put you off. Primrose hill is not flocked by tourists,it’s a perfect spot to have picnic, drinks with friends and enjoy an amazing view. […]

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London Coffee Festival 2017

​ The London Coffee Festival is the launch event of UK Coffee Week and is the UK’s leading coffee festival. If you’ve been before, it should all be very familiar, with industry days on Thursday and Friday and three-hour consumer sessions on Friday evening, Saturday and Sunday. The festival will feature over 250 artisan coffee […]

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Boat Races

The Head of the River Race (HORR) is an against-the-clock (‘processional’) rowing race held annually on the River Thames in London, England. It is one of the London’s longest running sporting traditions. Every spring, 400 crews from around the globe take to the waters of London’s famous river Thames to compete in this historic boating […]

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London Games Festival 2017

London Games Festival will include a consumer games exhibition at Somerset House, a series of talks at the British Film Institute and a London Games Fringe of smaller events. Celebrating the art, culture and business of video games, this festival encompasses talks, workshops, exhibitions, fringe events and, of course, the chance to get hands-on at […]

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Mother’s Day 2017 in London

Get ahead of the game and plan the perfect Mother’s Day in London pronto. From the best restaurants in London, to mum-friendly exhibitions and lovely free London events to explore – steal our fail-safe ideas and treat your mum to the mother of all Mother’s Days. Why not take her for an indulgent afternoon tea […]

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World Series of Boxing at York Hall

The British Lionhearts bring the fight to the World Series of Boxing Season VII with 3 exciting fixtures at London’s legendary York Hall. This is the only global team boxing competition where national teams go head to head in a league format. The boxers compete without vests or headguards in five three-minute rounds with five […]

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St Patrick’s Day in London 2017

Every 17 March, Ireland celebrates one of its patron saints, St Patrick, with a national holiday and a traditional feast. Although it is not a public holiday in England, London marks St Patrick’s Day with fun and spectacular events every year, usually on the weekend closest to 17 March. Singing, dancing, a parade and a […]

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