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Best events happening in London on April 2017

Spring is here meaning it's time to head outdoors and make the most of the mild weather and the longer days! Here our selection of the very best events happening in London throughout April:



Thursday, April 6th, 2017 - Sunday, April 9th, 2017

The London Coffee Festival will return this year from 6-9 April at Old Truman Brewery and promises to be an unmissable event for discerning coffee lovers and those working in the coffee scene. The festival will feature over 250 artisan coffee and gourmet food stalls, tastings and demonstrations from world-class baristas, interactive workshops, street food, coffee-based cocktails, live music, DJs, art exhibitions and much more. A unique event to please us all, at the end, who doesn't love coffee? 

Coffee Festival

Address: Brick Lane, London, E1 6QL 
Venue name: Old Truman Brewery
Transport: Tube/BR: Liverpool Street



Thursday 30th March 2017 / Friday 31st March 2017 / Saturday 1st April 2017

Described as a gathering of the world's leading mixologists the nation’s leading cocktail event is back in London. In a three-day celebration, Cocktails in the City mixes together twenty-five leading bars under one roof; from five-star hotels to secret speakeasies, come and get shoulder-to-shoulder with world's leading bartenders for an evening of discovery and new experiences. To celebrate the fifth anniversary, Cocktails in the City has handpicked a selection of international bars that are flying in for the festivities. We invite you to try something a little different, share your experiences and raise a glass to the quality and diversity of the capital's cocktail culture. 

Cocktail Mixologist

Address: 1 Marylebone Road, London, NW1 4AQ 
Venue name: One Marylebone
Transport: Great Portland Street (Tube)




Saturday 25 March 2017 and Saturday 22 April 2017

If you missed out the Silent Sounds event in January we are thrilled to inform you that you have the chance to experience their iconic silent disco boat party in March and April! Setting sail at 7.45pm, you and your friends will be in for an unforgettable night floating along the Thames, with the city’s iconic landmarks twinkling in the background; think Big Ben, The London Eye and Tower Bridge (to name but a few). From disco classics to hardcore house, you can pick your channel on the headphones meaning the dance floor will see some serious action. Get your headphones on for this epic night out in London. 

Silent Boat Party London

Address: Tower Pier, London 
Venue name: Dutch Master




Saturday, April 1st, 2017

Who says pillow fights are just for kids? Not us and obviously not the organizers of this peculiar event. On April 1st, 2017, pillows will be slung and flung across Kennington Park in London. The event is free and all ages are welcome. Some rules you must respect: soft pillows only, don't hit anyone holding a camera, don't hit anyone without a pillow and no feathery pillows. Wearing your pajamas is optional.

International Pillow Fight Day

Venue name: Kennington Park
Address: Kennington Park Rd, London, SE11 4AS 
Transport: Tube: Oval


Various dates in April

Rise and shine yogis - Sky Garden's sunrise yoga sessions are back on March & April 2017! If you are looking for a little inner peace, tranquility, or simply looking to flex those yoga skills, one of the prettiest ways to practice your moves is at London’s stunning Sky Garden. Located on a 37th floor and with bursting luscious tropical greenery, it is the perfect setting to experience a class to remember. 

Kicking off at 6:30 am Tuesday-Friday and 8 am on Saturdays, the class runs for one hour on the beautiful terrace; after the class, a deliciously healthy buffet breakfast will be served for all in City Garden.

Sunrise Yoga

Address: 1 Sky Garden Walk, London, EC3M 8AF 
Venue name: Sky Garden
Monument (Tube) 



Sunday, April 2nd, 2017

The UK's largest traveling marketplace for retro clothes, homewares and accessories return to York Hall in Bethnal Green. There will be over 50 stalls of spring and summer dresses, shoes, jackets, accessories and collectables with vintage bargains dating from the Twenties onwards. The Bethnal Green Affordable Vintage Fair with Judy’s takes place on Sunday the 2nd of April from 11:00 – 4:30pm.

Bethnal Green's Affordable Vintage Fair

Address: 5-15 Old Ford Rd, Bethnal Green, London, E2 9PJ 
Venue name: York Hall
Transport: Tube: Bethnal Green



Sunday, 23rd April 2017

Every year, approximately 38,000 people run the 26.2 miles (42.2 km) of the marathon through the streets of London.The route runs through the south of the Thames and then along the north bank after crossing the bridge of the Tower. From Greenwich and Blackheath to Buckingham Palace, the corridors pass through the famous landmarks of the capital, such as the EDF Energy London Eye and the Tower of London. With such an immense and impressive landscape, it is not surprising that the organizers have called it "the historic race for London".

If you are not into running, you can join the cheering crowds who line the route to shout encouragement to long distance runners of all abilities. The biggest crowds tend to gather at Tower Bridge and Embankment and the emotional finish line in front of Buckingham Palace.

virgin money london marathon



Sunday, April 2nd, 2017

The Boat Race is a set of annual rowing races between the Oxford University Boat Club and the Cambridge University Boat Club, rowed between eights on the River Thames in London, England. For spectators, there's a great view - and some great pubs - around the north side of the Thames. Alternatively, you might like to watch from near the start at Putney Bridge, where the big screens on both banks allow spectators to monitor the race as it heads its way around the first bend. The event now attracts around 250,000 spectators to southwest London every year. The women's race is up first at 4.35pm, followed by the men's race an hour later at 5.35pm. 

Boat Race London

Venue name: Putney Bridge (south side)
Address: on the Embankment (off Richmond Rd)  SW15 1JN 
Transport: Tube: Putney Bridge

April has so many great events to get you out of your winter shell! There are no excuses, plan your month and enjoy one of the prettiest seasons in London!

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10 Secret Cocktail Bars in London

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Want to experience a different night out? Then this guide of our top 10 secret cocktail bars in London will definitely help! Here the finest tucked-away, secret and hidden bars in London:


Barts might be hard to find as it is hidden among a nondescript block of apartments. The trendy venue catches the eye of everyone that visits due to its eclectic mix of vintage furniture, taxidermy, and thrift-shop art.

Cocktail lovers will enjoy a unique use of flavors and present techniques: even shots are served in vintage teapots! Bart’s Bar also has a secluded outdoor cigar haven; the Havana Garden which is open until 8.30pm every day. Snacks and canapés are also available, as well as their extra special “Barts Tea”. 

Barts is a great space to lounge over delicious drinks, impress a date, or enjoy a fun night out with friends.

Barts Bar London

Address: Chelsea Cloisters Sloane Avenue, London, SW3 3DW
Nearest Station:  South Kensington (Tube)



Head to The Breakfast Club on Artillery Lane, just off Bishopsgate, where you’ll see a fairly normal looking Smeg fridge. Take your date by the hand, open the fridge door and walk through. You’ll emerge in a dimly lit basement bar with exposed brick, vintage light fixtures, an air of exclusivity, some great music and a wide selection of cocktails.

The drinks list is eclectic with a selection of great spirits and a small but interesting cocktail list. The beer, cider, and pale ale are also unique worldwide ones; no standard Corona or Becks here! Prices are reasonable and happily affordable for such a hip place. There is also a small food menu to keep your stomach satisfied.

The Mayor of Scaredy Cat Town London

Address: 12-16 Artillery Lane, Shoreditch, London, E1 7LS
Nearest Station: Liverpool Street (Tube) 


Next time you visit Soho, add to your list the underground bar Old Tom & English, a bar with a cool, post-modern decor that serves interesting vintage infusion cocktails and delicious dishes celebrating all that is British.The red carpet, slatted-wood bar, geometric furniture, marble fireplace, and crystal decanters give the impression that you’ve stepped into a chic 1960s flat.

Old Tom and English London

Address: 187b Wardour Street, London, W1F 8ZB 
Nearest Station: Tottenham Court Road (Tube)



London can do Prohibition-era bars right, and this award-winning clandestine lounge proves it! If you are planning to visit The Nightjar be prepared to be enchanted by a 1920's scene of candlelit tables, glorious tin cup cocktails, and crooning jazz and swing bands soundtracking your evening. If the dark, moody design doesn’t get you, the live jazz certainly will. There is no other London, let alone Shoreditch bar like this. The Nightjar runs on table service and has a no standing policy or seating at the bar. 

The Nightjar London

Address: 129 City Road, Shoreditch, London, EC1V 1JB
Nearest Station: Old Street (Tube)  


Oriole is a new bar created and designed by the team behind one of the world's most notorious and legendary London bars, The Nightjar!

Oriole is located beneath London’s iconic Smithfield Market and has been described as a “classic old-school nightclub with live jazz, blues, and swing”. There’s live music seven nights per week (including some great Calypso, Cuban Son, Brazillian Jazz, and regular performances from Nightjar’s well-known roster of swing jazz musicians) plus space at the front for dancing.

Laced in gold flecks and art deco inspiration, Oriole lives in the glamor of the past with cocktails of the future.

Oriole Bar London

Address: Oriole East Poultry Avenue, London, EC1A 9LH
Nearest Station: Farringdon (Tube)


This secret and sophisticated bar is hidden beneath the Breakfast Club in the buzzing center of Canary Wharf. With wood-paneled walls, tufted velour sofas, stained-glass windows, taxidermy, and disco balls, Dr. Kluger's Olde Town Tavern is a great venue to have one cocktail or two and catch up with an old friend or the whole gang. Have enough cocktails and you might think you’ve stepped into a Wes Anderson film.

Dr. Kluger’s Old Town Tavern London

Address: 1 Crossrail Place, London, E14 5EL
Nearest Station: Canary Wharf (Tube)


Concealed behind the masquerade of a vintage-style Mac repair shop on Hackney Road, lies East London’s hidden gem, The Natural Philosopher! As you step into the venue, you’ll feel transported to a Victorian scientist’s den. The combination of antiques, an Oriental rug, exposed bulbs, and a profusion of plants, give this hidden bar a warm, turn-of-the-century vibe. The Natural Philosopher’s cocktail menu is carefully crafted, with quality ingredients and exceptional flavors

The Natural Philosopher London

Address: 489 Hackney Road, London, E2 9ED
Nearest Station: Cambridge Heath (Rail)



Fans of Paris’s Experimental Cocktail Club will be glad to know that there’s an outpost in London’s Chinatown neighborhood with all the Parisian panache of the original. The bi-level space features exposed brick, plush armchairs, marble tables, and a pressed-tin ceiling. the Experimental Cocktail Club has got 19th Century Bohemian Paris written all over it, from the quirky furniture and the mismatch glasses to the Soho uber-fashionable staff and the smattering of Absinthe throughout the menu. The Experimental Cocktail Club is quite an experience, it is definitely worth visiting to discover how adventurous you are in your choice of cocktails.

experimental cocktail club london

Address: 13A Gerrard Street, London


Callooh Callay is an eccentric and beautifully quirky cocktail bar located in Shoreditch. The sizable, low-lit venue has dark walls and is filled with Victoriana touches including an antique gramophone, and an ornate wardrobe. Calloh Callay has won several awards, including The World’s Best Cocktail Menu, handed out at Tales of the Cocktail (“the Oscars of the cocktail world”). Some of the perfectly perfectly-blended numbers are the Great Wave (with green tea-infused Nikka All Malt whiskey and pineapple sherbet); the Port Royal (mixing 23yo rum with fine port and lemon); and The Black Stuff (with Black Bush whiskey, Guinness, and date syrup). All worth tasting! Impress your friends with a trip to this cool London bar for a unique night out, none of you will be disappointed.

Callooh Callay London



Happiness Forgets is a small and perfectly formed basement bar in Shoreditch, on Hoxton Square. Look for a chalkboard discretely propped up against an unmarked stairwell and you will find this hidden gem. It is the ideal place to enjoy an intimate and sensual atmosphere, created by the many cushioned benches grouped together, and enhanced by candle-light and blood red walls. The music played is a very refined and interesting blend of obscure jazz, pop, jazz fusion, R&B, soul etc which gives the final touch to the ambiance of the place, making it suitable for couples and keen conversationalists. Perfect venue for pre-drinks in Shoreditch.

Happiness Forgets London Bar

Address: 8-9 Hoxton Square, London, N1 6NU
Nearest Station: Old Street (Tube)

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London events in February

February Events London

Here you go … the very best events happening in London on February:


This is the 3rd Annual London Gin Festival in London and they plan to make it the biggest Gin Festival in the UK ever! The festival returns to the magnificent Tobacco Dock with more than 100 gins (including many new exclusives gins) new brands, cocktails, and masterclasses from industry experts! The festival will be from the 17th to the 19th of February, three entire days dedicated to championing this delicious drink. Advance booking is essential.

Gin Festival

Venue Name: Tobacco Dock
Address: 50 Porters Walk, London, E1W 2SF 
Dates: Friday, February 17, 2017 - Sunday, February 19, 2017



The Magical Lantern Festival - an annual event to mark the end of Chinese New Year - returns to the stunning setting of Chiswick House and Garden for a second year. Come down and celebrate the Chinese year wandering through a garden of magical lights! The theme this year is the Silk Road; visitors can follow a mini-trail mirroring part of the Road, featuring over 50 dazzling illuminations that will take you through Europe, Egypt, Persia, India, and China. You will also be able to taste exotic delicacies at the street food market or enjoy the pop-up ice bar made entirely of ice. It will be quite an experience!

Magical Lantern Festival

Venue Name: Chiswick House and Gardens
Address: Burlington Lane, London, W4 2R
P // Tube: Turnham Green
Thursday, February 9, 2017 - Sunday, February 26, 2017



The Tokyo-based cross-disciplinary, techno-focused collective will be creating a series of immersive installations featuring digital works of art that blur and slip into one another. The exhibition will explore the role of digital technology in transcending the physical and conceptual boundaries that exist between different artworks, with imagery from one work breaking free of the frame and entering the space of another. The installations also dissolve distinctions between artwork and exhibition space and involve the viewer through interactivity.

Transcendental Boundaries London

Venue Name: Pace Burlington Gardens
Address: 6 Burlington Gardens, London, W1S 3ET // Tube: Piccadilly Circus
Dates: Until Saturday, March 
11, 2017


The Craft Beer Rising festival returns this 2017 to the Old Truman Brewery for the fifth year! Craft Beer Rising has gathered over 150 breweries and some of London’s best street food and put them all in one of Brick Lane’s coolest venue, The Old Truman Brewery, for a blend that’s sure to go down smooth. All these accompanied by cool DJs and great live bands.

Craft Beer

Venue Name: Old Truman Brewery
Address: Brick Lane, London, E1 6QL // Tube/BR: Liverpool Street
Thursday, February 23, 2017 - Saturday, February 25, 2017


There’s no better way to celebrate Valentine’s Day than with a chilled glass of champagne enjoying the best view of London’s skyline with your significant other! Choosing one of the London Eye's Valentine's Day Champagne Experiences should work some romantic magic! (Each flight lasts 30 minutes and needs to be booked in advance).  

Valentines Day London Eye

Venue Name: London Eye
Address: Riverside Building County Hall, London, SE1 7PB  // Tube: Waterloo
Date: Tuesday, February 14, 2017 


Street food, booze and good times return to Shoreditch and Canada Water! At Hawker House, you will be able to enjoy a rotating line-up of 12 global food stalls and eight bars. They have a grand variety of options including vegan tacos and burritos from the highly rated Club Mexicana, fried chicken from Mother Clucker, seafood from the excellently named Prawnography, nitro-frozen ice cream from Chin Chin Labs, and the ultimate sweet spot You Doughnut!

The drink options are good as well! Back at Hawker House will be The 86, a bonus hidden 
cocktail bar that's worth seeking out for special drinks and speedier service. Both the markets will run until early spring.

Hawker House Food Festival

Venue Name: Hawker House
Address: Canada St  London  SE16 2XU // Tube: Canada Water
Thursday, February 9, 2017 - Monday, April 3, 2017


This monthly Peckham party promises 'no bass wobbles, only love, funk, and soul’. The South London Soul Train takes you on a multi-level, non-stop magical mystery tour through all things too damn funky. Expect everything from P-Funk to Jazz Funk, Soul Jazz to Rare Groove N’ Stax, Motown to Club Classics and Anthems.

Level 1 will be hosted by Jazzheadchronic alongside occasional special guests / live bands. Level 2 hosted by legendary DJ's Snowboy and Perry Louis, taking you deep down inside your soul hole! As always, Passengers are requested to check their souls at the station as this one is for good time party people only!

The South London Soul Train

Venue Name: CLF Art Cafe (Block A, Bussey Building)
Address: 133 Rye Lane  London  SE15 4ST 
Date: Saturday, February 18, 2017 - Sunday, February 19, 2017



Looking for a truly special house night? Then don’t miss this party! Dance the night away with rinsing deliciously deep house sounds with a sticky warehouse-style edge. Young Marco, Mr. Ties, Tornado Wallace and Anu will be in charge. 

Tief London

Venue Name: Corsica Studios
Address: 4-5 Elephant Rd, London, SE17 1LB // Tube: Elephant & Castle
Friday, February 17, 2017 - Saturday, February 18, 2017


With three channels of perfect pop tunes to keep you dancing all night long, the latest Time Out Silent Disco arrives at Cutty Sark in Greenwich! We have partied before 244 meters above the city at The Shard, this time we're sailing south with a hot dance floor, headphones and expert DJ’s spinning the best beats. Tickets must be booked in advance online.

Silent Disco Cutty Spark

Venue Name: Cutty Sark
Address: King William Walk  London  SE10 9HT  // Tube: Cutty Sark DLR Rail: Greenwich/ Maze Hill
Date: Friday, February 10, 2017 - Saturday, February 11, 2017


Lots of cool events awaiting for you. London can be quite exciting if you know the events that are going on. Hope our guide was helpful! 

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10 Spots To Find the Best Views Of London

Best Views in London

Not everything is about partying, we live in one of the most amazing cities in the world and we might as well enjoy it to the fullest during the day too! 

Usually, big cities are always best viewed from the high and London is no exception. There are several spots in the city that offer spectacular and panoramic views. 

Here a few of our recommendations for you to enjoy breath-taking views of London (in no particular order):

1. The Shard

The Shard is the tallest building in the United Kingdom and the fourth-tallest building in Europe! The building is home to some of the best offices, restaurants and hotel rooms in London. It can be quite expensive to head to the top just to catch a view over the city so another option is to grab a cocktail or two at one of its restaurants to enjoy of its great views!

The Shard LondonThe Shard London View


2. London Eye

The London Eye is a giant Ferris wheel located on the South Bank of the River Thames in London. It is Europe's tallest Ferris Wheel and had the highest public viewing point in London until it was superseded in February 2013 by the observation deck of The Shard. Still, The London Eye is the most visited tourist attraction in the UK with over 3.75 million visitors annually.

If you’re looking for a great view of London, The Big Ben and the houses of parliament, the London Eye is your best bet! You will have 30 minutes to enjoy the most amazing views of the city in one of the capsules, which can be booked privately or with a group.

London Eye ViewsViews London Eye

3. St. Paul’s Cathedral

St. Paul’s Cathedral is the second largest church dome in the world and an iconic London landmark located at the top of Legate Hill. The views from up here are incredible and guests can walk all 360 degrees around. It’s 528 stairs up to the Golden Gallery but it's totally worth the climb! Even though you can’t take photos inside the cathedral, visitors are able to take photos outside and from the top of it. 

St Paul Cathedral LondonSaint Paul's Cathedral London

4. The Monument

The Monument is one of the oldest tourist attractions in town! It was built in 1666 to commemorate the Great Fire of London and was first opened as a viewing gallery to the public in 1677. 311 steps to the top lead guests to a platform with 360-degree views of London, including the River Thames, Tate Modern, and the Square Mile. While the view from the top is not as spectacular as other spots on this list, it’s worth a visit, even if you don’t do the climb up to the top.

Monument LondonMonument Stairs London

5. The Tower Bridge Exhibition

Another amazing spot to get great views of London is the Tower Bridge Exhibition. Visitors can walk across the glass floor and experience panoramic views from the high-level walkways. Glass floors give you a somewhat shocking view down to the bridge below, and looking out the windows at 42 metres (138 feet) high provides stunning views of the River Thames, St. Paul’s Cathedral, the Square Mile and beyond. 

The Tower Bridge Glass Floor

6. The Emirates Airlines

This is a cable car that crosses the River Thames (around the same area where the O2 is) and is another great way to get a brilliant view over all of London. Of course, it’s not free but it only costs £3.30 for Oyster card holder (half for children) so it’s easily one of the cheapest options. Cabins arrive every 30 seconds and flights usually last ten minutes.

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7. Sky Garden

One of the newest skyscrapers to appear on London’s skyline is 20 Fenchurch Street, known to locals and tourists as the “Walkie-Talkie.” There are lots of restaurants at the top of the building but more importantly, there’s a sky garden that offers views across the capital and far beyond! This is the highest public garden in London and best of all…it’s FREE! A limited number of tickets are available each day, which can be booked anywhere from three weeks to one hour in advance. It’s open between 9 am till 6 pm for free; after 6 pm, you can still visit but only if you’re dining at one of the restaurants. 

Sky Garden London SunsetSky Garden London

8) ArcelorMittal Orbit

The ArcelorMittal Orbit (often referred to as the Orbit Tower or simply just the Orbit) is an 114.5-metre-tall (376 ft) sculpture and observation tower located in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in Stratford, London. The sculpture made for the Olympics back in 2012, it's Britain's largest piece of public art and has the world’s longest tunnel slide! It also offers amazing panoramic views over London from the East End, so we couldn't leave it out of our list!

Arcelormittal Orbit London Views ArcelorMittal Orbit by Anish Kapoor

9. The Roof Gardens

The Roof Gardens in Kensington has long been one of London’s most spectacular and extraordinary landmarks. Set 100ft above London, The Roof Gardens comprises three gardens spanning across 1.5 acres, a private members Club and Babylon Restaurant. We have guestlists and VIP table booking available on Fridays and Saturdays! Find more info here.

The Roof Gardens LondonThe Roof Gardens London Views


10. Sushisamba

Sushisamba is a restaurant where you will find a unique blend of Japanese, Brazilian and Peruvian cuisine, music and design. Most tables look towards east London, stretching from Bishopsgate to the Olympic Park, Canary Wharf, and Tower Bridge. The venue also features an outdoor terrace and bar, both of which come into their own in summer, and an indoor bar with unmatched views of the Gherkin. Ascending to the restaurant in a rapidly rising glass-fronted elevator is an experience in itself. Definitely, a must go London spot!

Sushi Samba LondonSushi Samba London

Hope our guide helps you to get to know a little better this amazing city. If you have the time to visit this places, then you must, they are all worth it! See you around! ;)

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Things to do in October at London



Things to do in October at London

Finally, autumn is here! October is back and a lot of different plans for spending a nice month in London. Do you want to know them? Check this article!

Autumn london

London film festival 2016

If you're a cinema lover, this is definitely your month. The London Film Festival is the biggest and the more known in all UK.

It runs from Wednesday, October 5 to Sunday, October 16, but during these weeks you can watch a lot of  film screenings, lectures about different directors, assist with some workshops of filmmakers, and of course, you can watch the amazing red carpet premieres where a lot of famous faces of Hollywood will parade. 

Yes, we know that the Oscar's are more famous, but London has its charm and we love it!

london film festival

london film festival

Picasso Portraits Exhibition

National Gallery usually offers an amazing amount of exhibitions, but this one -and If you love art-  is something you can't miss!

Until Sunday, February 5, you can visit the "Picasso Portraits" wich traces the development of Picasso throughout his life. You will find around 80 works, that are absolutely amazing to see. Also, the exhibition shows the transition trough caricature, the face expressions, and much more. If you visit it on Friday's there's an offer of 100 tickets for 5 £, there're no excuses for visiting it! 



The alternative London Tour

London has hundred of different tours like Harry Potter Tour or Jack The Ripper tour, but what about a tour of East London and the alternative street art of it?

Until Saturday, December 24 you can enjoy of an original tour wich will reveal you the East London's "alternative" side. You'll be introduced to the history and culture of this part of London -wich includes Brick lane 'Banglatown' and Shoreditch- and how this area is becoming a reference in alternative art and street art. 

Had You knew the typical and tourism London, what about to discover the hidden part?

alternative london tour 2016

London tour alternative 2016

London literature festival 2016

Reading lovers here? If it is, you're in luck because this Sunday 16 of October takes place the "London Literature festival"!

At Southbank Centre, will take place the famous event and acclaimed authors, poets, speakers and collaborators will offer lectures and conferences! Also, the festival is celebrating it's tenth year in 2016 so the festival will include live readings, talks and workshops of famous writers. A must If you're a bookworm!

london literature festival 2016

london literature festival 2016


The chocolate show

If you're looking for a very good excuse to eat chocolate, "The chocolate show" that takes place this Friday 14th of October is the perfect one!

At this amazing and original festival you'll taste a lot of different types of chocolates, demonstrations, activities and also a "Fashion show" were the cute outfits could be literally eaten! You won't be disappointed If you're an absolutely chocolate fan!

chocolate show 2016

chocolate show 2016

MCM London Comic Con

It's has been a long wait but finally the London Comic Con of 2016 it's here! All sci-fi fans, gamers, comic collectors and movie buffs this is your place!

This amazing event is the UK's biggest modern pop culture convention, located in central London takes place Saturday, October 28. Here you'll find dealer stall, special guests, plenty of manga and cosplay, etc. And of course, some conferences and famous people of TV Series or Films, you can expect everything here! 

Comic con london 2016

comic con london 2016

Halloween 2016

This year Halloween falls on Monday, October 31 and London is becoming more terrific!

This night you'll have plenty of events around the city, and get ready to carve creepy pumpkins and your best costume and make-up for this amazing night! If you're doubting about what to do, you can check our website and join in the guest lists of our nightclubs, that will do some terrific amazing parties of Halloween!

Halloween 2016

halloween 2016




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