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Langley Castle Hotel

Langley Castle Hotel

Langley Castle Hotel is a genuine 14th-century castle set in a 12-acre woodland estate, nestling in the Northumbrian valley of the River South Tyne All castle bed chambers are unique and furnished to a high...
Geales Restaurant, Notting Hill

Geales Restaurant – a Notting Hill original

NOTTING HILL without Geales would be unthinkable, says Pat Moore. The restaurant opened inauspiciously in 1939 and has become one of London’s best-loved local restaurants. GEALES RESTAURANT may have opened inauspiciously in 1939, but it...
John Singer Sargent

John Singer Sargent all at sea

Discover a new side to John Singer Sargent, one of the world's most famous portrait painters, in a new exhibition coming up at the Royal Academy of Arts.   A NEW SIDE to one of the...

Take a seat with a British furniture pioneer

The first major retrospective of the furniture designer-maker John Makepeace tours Britain from September, starting at the home of the Devon Guild of Craftsmen. Makepeace has pioneered new methods in the craft, using sustainable materials to...

Have a go at the farming of yesteryear

If you want to get out into the countryside and learn more about Britain's farming history, head for Acton Scott Historic Working Farm in Shropshire to try your hand at traditional farm skills. IF YOU...

Romantic poet John Keats brought to life in historic garden

Head to Keat's House in Hampstead, London to learn more about the great Romantic Poet and his love in a summer outdoor performance.   KEATS' HOUSE IN Hampstead, north London, will once again be brought to life...

The curtain rises on the Golden Age of the Ballets Russes

Ballet fans, a date to get into your diary now! A major exhibition of one of the world’s great artistic directors and impresarios is coming up at London’s V&A museum this autumn.  Firebird by...

Treasures of Lambeth Palace

The Great Hall at Lambeth Palace has a new exhibition featuring books owned by Henry VIII, rare bibles and historic papers on show for the first time.    The Great Hall at Lambeth Palace A new exhibition...

Tune into the best of English music

A world premiere of a symphony, a lost piano concerto and rare opera are just some of the highlights of this month’s English Music Festival (27-31 May), in Dorchester-on-Thames, Oxfordshire. The world première of York...

Lion King in London Lyceum

PAINTED LIFE-SIZE baby elephants are appearing all across London and one has been especially created to celebrate Lion King's 11 years in the West End. If you haven't already seen this Disney classic, what...

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