One of London’s most iconic locations, Trafalgar Square, will be receiving a make over this Saturday as a “pop-up woodland and moorland” appears, transforming the traditionally concrete spot into an English Garden for the day.
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The London Symphony Orchestra said that, newly partnered with BMW, it will conduct a free concert of Stravinsky on May 12 in Trafalgar Square in an effort “to take the finest music to the widest possible audience.”
New all day dining destination, The Strand Dining Rooms, doesn’t disappoint
Charlie And The Chocolate Factory celebrates book’s 50th anniversary
London is a city that prides itself on its internationally and not least of all when it comes to its food. Long gone are the days of stodgy pub grub, these days London’s food scene rivals that of New York (and dare we even say,…Read The Full Post
Luxury experience-based hotel group ME by Meliá has announced it will launch its flagship hotel, ME London, on November 1. Designed entirely by Foster + Partners, ME London is located in Marconi House on the Strand on the southern tip of Covent Garden.
Before fashion week, London has another reason to celebrate – this year marks the 10th anniversary of the London Design Festival. Brought to life by Sir John Sorrell and Ben Evans a decade ago, the festival was created to pay homage to the city’s immense…Read The Full Post
On 16th March 2012 in Shanghai, Alfred Dunhill hosted ‘Trafalgar’ and recreated the architectural and elemental spirit of London, presenting the House’s collection on an exceptional scale in front of 1000 global guests.
As we kick off a new year, we welcome the Year of the Dragon with a celebration of festivities. On January 29, 2012 at 10:15 am, the streets will be flooded with people to watch the colorful floats come down Trafalgar Square to Rupert Street. The festivities will be filled with fun and excitement, with Chinese dragons, acrobats and lions at 12 pm.
London’s Admirality Arch, a regal-looking office structure that is located on London’s Mall may soon be transformed into a luxurious hotel property if one particular wealthy developer gets her way.