Fire! Fire! is a fascinating interactive exhibition at the Museum of London which looks at the history of Great Fire of London to mark the devastating blaze of 1666.
Get the best out of summer in the city by heading to these great spots where your entertainment is served up with a dose of sunshine.
A new exhibition at the Charles Dickens Museum in London aims to debunk the myths surrounding the life of the writer’s wife, Catherine Dickens.
Get an intimate tour of London’s West End with one of Britain’s greatest actors, Sir Ian McKellan, as he turns guide with the help of a new app.
Boutique hotel The Arch London is nested away in the elegant heart of London where it mixes historic charm and contemporary class.
To step through the front door of 20 Maresfield Gardens in picturesque Hampstead is to enter the world of Freud and his exploration of psychoanalysis.
A spectacular light show, Shakespeare Son et Lumière, will celebrate the bard’s links with London.
One of London’s most historic theatres plays host to this visually stunning and thought-provoking production built on a magnetic central performance by Ralph Fiennes.
Huge heritage project to bring together the city’s historic archives on one website wins funding.
This Scottish-themed restaurant in the City of London, offers hearty grub alongside an impressive drinks menu and live music to boot. We’re sure Robert Burns would approve.
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