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101 Date Ideas in London

You’ve probably ended up here after a curious Google of “date ideas in London” or “fabulous date ideas…!” You get the gist! Anyway, we’ve all been there, flicking through pages in frantic search of where to take your better half, and let’s face it, if...

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Critical Mass: London’s Best Easter Church Services

In case you hadn’t realised, there’s more to Easter than a bank holiday double whammy and copious amounts of chocolate. There’s also the small matter of Jesus’ death and resurrection. So why not take a bit of time out of your super-sized weekend and attend an Easter service...

What to do This Weekend

Your Big Bank Holiday Guide

It’s the big one. The one we’ve all been waiting for – it’s the flippin’ bank hols! Yippee! Wherever your chocolate-y trail leads you this fabulous four-day weekend, why not try and squash one of these offerings into your plans? There’s so much going on across...

Features

50 (Well, 10) Places To Leave Your Lover: Where To Go To Break Up

‘Breaking up is never easy’, thanks ABBA, but if you want to put an ‘Ah-ha’ into your break-up then you’ve still got options. In fact, given how much effort we make to get the first date location exactly right, then it’s only right that we should make sure that...

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Soft Play For Grown Ups: The Monster Returns

Everyone loves a monster: Loch Ness, Godzilla, The Yeti, Stalin, all the usual names. And now Alexandra Palace. The Monster is a 300m inflatable obstacle course that includes over 40 obstacles, an 18 metre ‘mega slide’, something called the ‘exterminator’ and the jolly...

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Cirque Du Soleil Brings Mexico To The Albert Hall

Cirque du Soleil, are bringing their army of talented acrobats, colourful sets and unique storytelling ability to one of the most iconic venues in the world. What’s more, they’re bringing with them LUZIA, a production that presents the places, faces and sounds of Mexico. What’s...

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Seasonal & Celebrations

5 Picturesque Places To See Cherry Blossom In London

You may have noticed that the spring blossom in London is out in full force, decorating our streets with wow-worthy shades of pink, purple and white which, granted, may not be up there with Japan’s offering but it’s pretty all the same. Generally speaking, the spring blossom begins...

Experiences & Pop-Ups

London’s Craziest Bingo Nights

Grab a dabber, eyes down and watch out for two fat ladies, it’s BINGO TIME! Bingo halls are full of old ladies who smell of TCP and wee, right? No, not any more. Bingo has undergone a revolution lately, and suddenly it’s attractive to a whole new audience: millennials. And they only...

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Experiences & Pop-Ups

Kew Gardens Gets Some Incredible Glass Sculptures

Spring is a’springing and with it a range of glass exhibitions, courtesy of American glass sculptor extraordinaire Dale Chihuly. Kew Gardens will see its flora and fauna take on a blooming marvellous glass form, scattered across flower beds, lakes and glasshouses.Dale Chihuly is renowned...

Culture

10 Of London’s Best Chocolate Shops

Chocoholics be warned- this guide will entice a relapse. These chocolateries are known for serving up the most decadent and delicious chocolate treats in the city. We can only hope that life would be like a box of chocolates: rich and engulfed in luxury, though we would probably need to consult a...

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Attenborough Is Back!

Genuine question: if Prince Philip dies, can the queen just marry Sir David Attenborough? Not only would they be super-cute together, but also it only seems right, the great man certainly deserves to be king. Unconvinced? Check out Our Planet, the latest Netflix show fronted by the nation’s...

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