Monthly Archives: May 2013

The Wallace Collection

The Hertford House is the venue for the display of varied works of art contained in the 25 galleries of the Wallace Collection. Moreover, free art classes and workshops, talks and tours are also held for the visitors who come to see this collection. Hertford House is a historic London … Continue reading

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The Photographer’s Gallery

Irish architects O'Donnell and Tuomey have redesigned The Photographer’s Gallery which is the leading centre for contemporary photography in Britain. The 3.6 million pound redesigning work was completed in May 2012. The gallery was located in Great Newport Street for 27 years and it has now shifted to a former … Continue reading

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London Duathlon in Richmond Park

Sponsored by Chelsea and Westminster Health Charity, the London Duathlon is returning to Richmond Park this September as athletes get ready to run, bike and run on closed roads in south west London. It is a double-discipline endurance event that encourages participants to raise money for charity. The sporty types … Continue reading

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Greenwich London

The standard for time all over the world is based on Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) which acts as the main reference point with the standard times of countries being either ahead or behind it. Greenwich is a borough which is very small in size but it is significantly important as … Continue reading

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Michael Werner Gallery

The Michael Werner Gallery has added a new gallery on Upper Brook Street in Mayfair, London to its existing galleries at New York and Berlin. The financial Times had described its New York gallery as having a "small but stellar roster of serious painters". The new gallery in Mayfair is … Continue reading

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Royal Academy of Arts

Founded through a personal act of King George III on 10 December 1768 with the objective of promoting the arts of design in Britain through education and exhibition, the Royal Academy of Arts is an art institution that is based in Burlington House which was Lord Burlington’s spectacular London Palace … Continue reading

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Viva Forever at the Piccadilly Theatre

The Piccadilly theatre is presenting the fun musical Viva Forever. It is based on the songs of the Spice Girls and is being presented by the team that was responsible for bringing the global mega-smash musical Mamma Mia! Jeniffer Saunders, the star of Spice World The Movie, has written Viva … Continue reading

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London Transport Museum Depot

Exclusive 150th Underground anniversary steam train trips were organised by the London Transport Museum Depot in Acton in January and again on the weekend of April 13-14 in which the beautiful 1898 steam engine and immaculately restored carriages were exhibited. These trips gave the opportunity to people to climb aboard … Continue reading

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Gherkin – The Cigar-Shaped Structure

Gherkin is the nickname of one of the most eye-catching buildings in London at 30 St Mary Axe as it looms large on the city’s skyline. It is one of the many modern buildings that have been built over several years in a historic area of London. Ken Shuttlewood who … Continue reading

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Walking with Dinosaurs at Wembley Arena

The stunning theatrical event Walking with Dinosaurs that has charmed over 8 million people in 217 cities returned to The Wembley Arena Spectacular and it seemed that the dinosaurs were roaming London once again from 1 May 2013 to 6 May 2013. This show, which is based on the award-winning … Continue reading

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