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World Cocktail Day

World Cocktail Day – The Best Places to Enjoy a Cocktail

World Cocktail Day is a celebration of all things fun and fruity and this year will be marking the new ‘era of the cocktail’. In the last few years, cocktails have become a staple of any night out, with bars competing to create the most delectable drinks around. With the topic now deserving of its own national day, where could...

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Harrods

Bank Holiday Activities

This bank holiday London will be a hive of activity, as will Harrods, buzzing with exciting things to see and do: Wedgwood Tea Tasting Nothing refreshes quite like a cup of tea and Wedgewood are the perfect purveyors of just the right accessories and now tea. Harrods’ customers are invited to join Wedgwood in sampling their new ‘Wonderlust’ luxury tea...

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Fashion and Nature

Fashioned from Nature at the V&A

Fashioned from Nature is the newest must-see exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum. Running until the 27th January 2019, it is the first UK exhibition to explore the complex relationship between fashion and nature and how the industry draws inspiration from it.  Starting in the 1600s the exhibition provokes visitors to question and think about the materials and source...

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St George's Day

St George's Day Celebrations

According to legend, St George was a Roman soldier born in what is now modern-day Turkey, famous for his strength and courage, and most notably for the tale of the dragon slayer. Although it is highly unlikely that St George ever slayed a dragon and there are even doubts that he ever visited England, St George’s name has been known...

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London Marathon

Best Places to Watch the London Marathon

London Marathon 2018 – best seats in the house People flock from around the world to compete in the London Marathon and on April 22nd, some 40,000 athletes ranging from competitive amateurs to philanthropists will pound the streets: the London Marathon pulls in a crowd year after year. If you want to be a spectator at what is one of...

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Winnie the Pooh

Winnie the Pooh at the V&A

One of the world’s most famous bears, Winnie the Pooh, has made his way to the Victoria and Albert Museum where he has set up his temporary home. The interactive exhibition is ideal for families and focuses on the story of the much-loved bear and the people who brought him to life: through photography, letters, fashion and sketches, the master...

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