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Burns Night is annually celebrated in Scotland on or around January 25. It commemorates the life of the bard (poet) Robert Burns, who was born on January 25, 1759. The day also celebrates Burns’ contribution to Scottish culture. The annual Scottish knees-up is always a great excuse for a party via a lot of food, […]
The celebrated fair, dedicated to modern British and contemporary art, returns to the Business Design Centre for its twenty-ninth edition. From 18th to 22nd January, 2017. The celebrated fair, dedicated to modern British and contemporary art, returns to the Business Design Centre for its twenty-ninth edition. Continuing with their museum partnership, this year’s fair partner, […]
The Magical Lantern Festival London is a spectacular fusion of art, heritage and culture. Illuminating outdoor installations of beautifully sculpted lanterns taking various forms. Meet illuminated sphinx and camels on the way, and see a magnificent lantern rendition of the Colosseum and a life-size replica of the ship that Chinese Admiral Zheng used on his […]
London Boat Show is a 10 day event being held from Friday 6th January to Sunday 15th of January 2017 at the ExCeL, London. Over 300 exhibitors will be showcasing the best the marine world has to offer with anticipated debuts to the World and European stage at the London Boat Show 2017. This event […]
On New Year’s Eve, London comes alive with celebrations, fireworks and parties. Make London New Year’s Eve 2016 a special one by booking ahead for a memorable dinner or a river cruise. Whether you’re a local or just visiting for the holidays, New Year’s Eve in London is one of the best places in the […]
London’s outdoor ice rinks are some of the most magical locations you’ll see all season. With Christmas lights and trees set to the backdrop of London’s stunning institutions, a trip to an ice rink is a must-do for the views alone. London is a wonderful place to be at Christmas. One of the best things […]
December 25th  is the only day of the year when the capital grinds to a halt (except for a few of the city’s kitchens, that is). On Christmas Day the shops are shut, public transport stops and London’s institutions and attractions keep their doors firmly locked. Wander the peaceful streets adorned with shimmering Christmas lights, […]
This lot are a hardy bunch but tradition is tradition and members of the Serpentine Swimming Club have been plunging themselves into the Serpentine lake’s icy waters every Christmas Day since 1864. If you happen to be in London near the end of December you may find many places will be closing their doors, so […]
Every year, since 1947, the people of Norway have given the people of London a Christmas tree. This gift is in gratitude for Britain’s support for Norway during World War II. Throughout the build-up to Christmas, more than 50 carol groups each sing for an hour beneath the Christmas tree in Trafalgar Square to raise […]
The magnificent gardens get a beautiful seasonal makeover once more in 2016, as Christmas at Kew brings illuminations to light up the buildings, trails and planting. The mile-long trail will lead visitors past tow huge Christmas trees, a scented garden and all kinds of nature-inspired lights. Pass through the sparkling tunnel of dancing lights and […]