London’s Barbican Centre is hosting the first major exhibition devoted to Jean Paul Gaultier, one of France’s most avant garde designers. You’ll see 140 of his designs dating from the 70′s, as well as outfits he created for pop icons such as Kylie or classic films. Read more Jean Paul Gaultier
London is full of free music concerts and gigs, ranging from jazz and soul to classical. Check out this excellent guide to the best places to see live music – absolutely free!
When you see a giant purple cow grazing behind the London Eye, then you’ll be looking at the Udderbelly, a temporary venue that provides entertainment, children’s shows, comedy and much more all Summer long!
You’ll also find a large outdoor bar and food stalls that will guarantee a great day out!
Time Out magazine has the definitive list of London’s top restaurants for 2013! These have been anonymously reviewed for authenticity. Read more in their listing here:
Time Out Guide
London is one of the greatest cities in the world! There is so much to see and do, it’s hard to know where to start! Visit London have compiled a guide to some of London’s highlights to help you plan your holiday.
London is one of the world’s most beautiful cities at Christmas, because of its wonderful decorations and lights!
Time Out has done the definitive guide on London’s Christmas lights and where to see them!
Are you looking for new and different part of London to explore? Take a look at Time Out’s guide to hidden, secret spots to explore!
Fancy just a delicious snack and not a full meal? Check out this Time Out guide to London’s best snack and starter foods, from tapas to sushi!
The Olympic Flame has arrived in the UK! Here’s the moment just after a very proud David Beckham lit the first @London 2012 Olympic Torch with the Flame: http://l2012.cm/KtaD4L
A fantastic new production of the famous CS Lewis story ‘The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe will be staged from this summer in London’s Kensington Gardens. Join the amazing magical world of Peter, Susan, Edmund and Lucy and their travels through the mystical land of Narnia.
The production will be staged in a state of the art ‘theatre tent’, set agains the backdrop of Kensington Palace.