The Blue Door

  The 1999 British romantic comedy movie Notting Hill, starring Hugh Grant and Julia Roberts still encourages visitors to the Notting Hill area every week looking for the now famous locations around Portobello Road Market. You can take a self-guided walking tour of the movie locations starting from Notting Hill Gate tube station by clicking […]

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The London Nose

There are so many different angles to view the famous sites of London… impressive every time. Magnificent and awe-inspiring. Aside from the famous sites, there are some weird ones too….like these… The London Nose From Trafalgar Square, if you walk through the right-hand side of Admiralty Arch towards The Mall. On the left-hand wall, you […]

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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 Rex […]

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Canopy Market

The last weekend of the month, West Handyside Canopy is the place for some serious stall browsing. Shop one-off pieces from designers, stock up on fresh produce directly from traders, and sample the best food around – all to the tune of live DJs and performances. The market, in collaboration with Real Food Festivals, is […]

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Museums at Night

Museums at Night is the UK-wide festival of Lates in museums and galleries, produced by Culture24, the Brighton-based arts charity dedicated to shining a light on Britain’s sparkling culture and heritage.   This year’s spring edition of ‘Museums at Night’ takes place from Wednesday May 17-Saturday May 20 2017, with a series of after-hours events […]

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Horniman Easter Fair

Puppet making, face painting, dance workshops and Alice in Wonderland storytelling are just some of the family-friendly activities at the Horniman Easter Fair.    There’s also an arts and crafts fair in the Conservatory, as well as the weekly farmers’ market. Horniman Museum (Forest Hill), free entry (charge for some individual events), just turn up […]

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