Are you a fan of musicals? Or perhaps know every word to a cult classic? If so, the Princes Charles Cinema is the place for you. The Prince Charles is the last independent cinema operating in London’s ‘West End’ and … Continue reading Prince Charles Cinema
Despite being a free museum in London it is actually a bit of a hidden gem. Although of course, it still has a number of tourists it is never as heart-breakingly busy as some of the other more well-known museums … Continue reading Museum of London
The one place every tourist goes to get a photo of themselves outside of is Buckingham Palace. The official home of Britain’s monarch it is certainly iconic in the London tick box. Every Summer Buckingham Palace opens to the general … Continue reading Buckingham Palace
The Royal Opera House is more than just one of the world’s greatest opera houses. Located in the heart of Covent Garden, it contains some of the most beautiful architecture that London’s venues have to offer. The current theatre was … Continue reading Royal Opera House
The Monument is often a sight as you wander around Central London, the beautiful drum and copper urn surmounted on top. The Monument stands as a permanent memorial of where the Great Fire of London 1666 began. The stone memorial … Continue reading The Monument
After living in London for four years I finally took the time to visit St Paul’s Cathedral in 2015. St Paul’s is by far one of the most iconic buildings in London and what it contains is just as impressive. … Continue reading St Paul’s Cathedral
With three locations in London and one in Brighton, B.Y.O.C. really does embrace the spirit of the speakeasy of 1920s United States. The concept is simple, patrons are asked to bring a bottle of their favourite spirit and their bartenders … Continue reading B.Y.O.C.