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From the bright lights of the West End and Theatreland to the smart streets of Kensington and Chelsea and the busy bustle of the City and Canary Wharf, London is a great, sprawling melting pot of a city, a fascinating blend of history and modernity.
And 2012 has been an exciting year for the city, with the London Olympic Games and Diamond Jubilee both being a storming success.

Tower Bridge is restored to former glory

Finally, after three yearsof paint analysis, scaffolding, polythene and engineers, the most famous bridge in the world has been restored to all its former glory – Tower Bridge is back. Finally, after three years of…

London Art Exhibitions in 2011

With the wedding to look forward to, 2011 is a great year for visiting Britain. But it’s also a bumper time for gallery-goers with many, and diverse, exhibitions opening in London.

Gemma Arterton makes her Almeida stage debut

Bond Girl, Gemma Arterton, most recently star in the film, Tamara Drewe, is making her debut at The Almeida Theatre in The Master Builder, directed by Travis Preston in Kenneth McLeish’s translation of Henrik Ibsen’s…

Treasures at auction: from The Cotswolds to The Kasbah

This October there’s the chance to pick up a treasure from Christie’s South Kensington when the famous auction house offers items from one of Britain’s highly respected interior This Autumn there’s the chance to pick…

Marquetry marvels from LINLEY

Linley has created a bespoke keepsake box to celebrate new exhibition, Diaghilev and the Golden Age of the Ballets Russes at the V&A.

Noel Coward continues to light up London theatre

NOEL COWARD’S ROMANTIC comedy, Design For Living returns to the London stage for the first time in over 15 years at the Old Vic.

The Royal Society celebrates 350 years

A critical moment in the history of modern science is captured in a new display at the National Portrait Gallery in London, as the Royal Society marks its 350th anniversary. To mark the 350th anniversary…

Saved art panels go on display to public

Acts of Mercy , four striking allegorical panels by a largely forgotten but highly talented early 20th-century artist, have been saved from London’s demolished Middlesex Hospital. They can now be seen in London’s National Gallery…

Gauguin: maker of myth

See exactly Gauguin experimented with light, colour, shape and subject throughout his lifetime in the first major exhibition of his work in London for 50 years.

Nautical glamour by the River Thames

Fans of all things nautical should head to St Katherine’s Docks on the River Thames, London for this year’s Thames Revival. The festival takes place on the weekend of 11 to 12 September and celebrates…

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