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The new Sherlock Holmes Hotel is an island of elegance, luxury and peacefulness in an unrivalled central location of London.
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Offers magnificent views over Hyde Park and London skyline
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The hotel is conveniently situated in the heart of the Royal Borough of Kensington and overlooks Kensington Palace and Hyde Park.
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A dramatic and daring reinvention of the urban resort. Smart, witty and sophisticated, Philippe Starck’s design is a brilliant collision of influences - from the modern to the baroque
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Modern accomodation at Russell Square midst of many central London parks and historical buildings.
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Located on Oxford Street with Hyde Park opposite, the financial district 10 minutes away via underground. Good business facilities.
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international business hotel nestled on the picturesque gardens of Portman Square
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Located at the centre of Oxford and Bond Street shopping district.
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The hotel is London's finest monument to art deco style.
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Located on a historical spot it overlooks Grosvenor Square.
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Strange Events Permit Themselves the Luxury of Occurring: Steven Claydon
» Strange Events Permit Themselves the Luxury of Occurring: Steven Claydon
Date: dec 7 2007
Strange Events Permit Themselves the Luxury of Occurring: Steven Claydon. This is the name of the exhibition soon to be presented at the Camden Arts Centre. The name was taken from a detective by Charlie Chan which appeared on screens in 1930s. Following the success of the previous artist-curator shows, this time the centre asked artist Steven Claydon to choose works for the exhibition. The exhibition serves one major topic: it examines relations between works of art and the institutions that represent them. The highlights of the exhibition are the 20-century photographs by Jacob Epstein and Alberto Giacometti, paintings by Francis Picabia and ceramics by Hans Coper. A few names exhibiting at Camden Arts Centre are: Douglas Binder, Jeffery Camp, Neil Chapman, Vincent Fecteau, Peter Lanyon… a total of more than 30 artists. The exhibition is opened 7 December 2007 - 10 February 2008.

Nearest hotels:

The Langorf Hotel
Hampstead Britannia Hotel
Marriott Regents Park

National Children’s Book Week
» National Children’s Book Week
Date: oct 1 2007
Every grown-up is aware of the importance of reading. In order to encourage your children to read more and promote the fun one can get from reading good books, there is a National Children’s Book Week organised in London 1st – 7th October in coordination with the Booktrust. The main theme for this year is environment, and the choice of literature complies with this topic. Among the events your children can enjoy within the week there are: Boori Monty Pryor 1st October at the Unicorn Theatre (as part of Children’s Bookshow literature), school workshops run by experienced writers, Children’s Poetry Bookshelf Competition 2007 as part of National Poetry Day (4th October) and National Bookstart Day at London Zoo (this year’s theme is “Jungle Party”). The event is recommended for children of 4 years and upwards. Also don’t miss the Appledore Book Festival which starts 29th September at the Appledore village.

Nearest hotels:

London Bridge Hotel
Grange City Hotel
Holiday Inn Camden Lock

Warhol vs Banksy at The Hospital, Covent Garden
» Warhol vs Banksy at The Hospital, Covent Garden
Date: aug 14 2007
Those who are fond of modern arts and particularly in graffity and pop art shouldn’t miss the exhibition at The Hospital in Covent Garden, as it surveys works by two great artists head to head. The exhibition “Warhol vs Banksy” contains over 40 works by these two artists and is aimed to compare their masterpieces. Although they seem to be completely different (one is an American icon of the pop art, the other is a mysterious Bristol graffiti artist) they still have much in common, as both of them depicted vigorous bold-coloured images and raised from underground to mainstream. To see these similarities, there are Warhol’s Marilyn Monroe displayed opposite Banksy’s Kate Moss, and many other works are organised in the same manner. Many of the pieces exhibited have been lent form private collections. The entrance is free – which might be a nod to the artists’ anti-materialism.

Nearest hotels:

Radisson Mountbatten Hotel
Kingsway Hall Hotel
Jurys Gt Russell Street

London Literature Festival
» London Literature Festival
Date: jun 29 2007
29th June - 12th July 2007 for the first time the city of London celebrates a large-scale Literature Festival, the main venue for which is the Southbank Centre. During two weeks, there will be various literature events organised indoors as well as outdoors, including readings, debates, creative writing and performance. The highlights of the festival are Metropolitan Lines with readings and performances inspired by the city and Saying the Unsayable which observes the freedom of expression. But what Londoners and the city guests will probably like most is the Bookcrossing event on June 30th during which about 1000 books (provided by Penguin Classics) will be left in public places. Having encountered one of those books, you can pick it up and read it.  International writers, prize winning authors, historians, poets, artists and musicians will participate in the event. There are several events for children too.

Nearest hotels:

Royal Horseguards Thistle Hotel
Citadines London Trafalgar Square Aparth
Thistle London Charing Cross

RHS Chelsea Flower Show
» RHS Chelsea Flower Show
Date: may 22 2007
May is not the summer month yet, but already in the end of it there is one of the most “sunny” events taking place in London. For five days, May 22-26, RHS Chelsea Flower Show will turn the lands next to the Royal Hospital, Chelsea into a colourful garden in bloom. This is probably one of the world’s most famous flower shows attracting those interested in horticultural industry, garden designs and trends. As there is a limited number of spaces for the show, a committee of experts will choose the best ones to participate in the event. Visitors can stroll along several sections, including Floral exhibitors, Chic gardens, City gardens, Courtyard gardens, Roof gardens and New plants. Further attractions include a Bridal Bouquet Competition, gardening equipment exhibition, Garden Design Forum and a Lifelong Learning section. All in all, there are about 600 exhibitors from different countries including France, Holland, South Africa, Sri Lanka and others.

Nearest hotels:

San Domenico House
London Outpost
Eleven Cadogan Gardens

St Patrick’s Day
» St Patrick’s Day
Date: mar 18 2007
St Patrick’s Day is a traditional Irish holiday, also celebrated in London. As there is a lively Irish community found in the city, the day of March 18th is going to be something really festive. The first thing to see is St. Patrick’s Day Parade during which marching bands from the UK, Ireland and the USA as well as schools and street theatre will make a procession from the Park Lane and to the city centre (the parade areas include Piccadilly, Regent Street, Trafalgar Square and Whitehall Place). Then, there will also be a Festival on Trafalgar Square, Leicester Square and Covent Garden – for those interested in other cultures it is a good opportunity to taste traditional Irish food and discover Irish dancing, crafts and music. The day before the celebrations start, March 17th, will be marked with St Patrick’s Day Dinner specially organized for Mayor in the Savoy Hotel. Among the other festival week’s events there are: The Irish Bookfair, Barbara Stanley Exhibition, Lewisham Irish Festival, Irish Ceili and much more.

Nearest hotels:

Grosvenor House
Hilton London Park Lane
Thistle Trafalgar Square

“Prefab” exhibition at the Photographers’ Gallery
» “Prefab” exhibition at the Photographers’ Gallery
Date: jan 5 2007
Among the most interesting current London exhibitions is the one on display at the Photographers’ Gallery till January 28th. It will give you a new look on the city’s population, especially the ones who lived through the Second World War. When those who participated in the war returned back to London, they needed an affordable housing to live in. In order to supply them with such housing, there were special temporary homes called “prefabs” produced, some of which are still inhabited in our days. The London-based photographer, Richard Okon, made a visit to these residents, which resulted in the exhibition “Prefab”. This is the part of the In Focus series, which puts different topics on one whole broad subject together. Through his works, the photographer reveals the resident’s personalities and their attitude towards their homes, and, at the same time, alludes to a sense of a rapidly diminishing community.

Nearest hotels:

The Waldorf Hilton
Jurys Gt Russell Street
Thistle London Charing Cross

“Stamping, Shouting and Singing Home” at Polka Theatre
» “Stamping, Shouting and Singing Home” at Polka Theatre
Date: oct 30 2006
Though being called a children’s theatre, Polka Theatre is not only something for the little ones, but is actually the place which both children and adults can visit. At its performances, it often raises important issues and makes the young generations prepared for different sides of this life. An important issue that is raised in the “Stamping, Shouting and Singing Home” play is the difficult transitional time in Black American History. This is the story of an emotional girl whose name is Lizzie and her family, who try to fight their rights, inspired by their ancestor – a great freedom fighter. However, the family finds itself at the crossroads and bravery is needed to choose the right way. The play is performed with joyful melodies of Negro spirituals at the background that make it even more expressive. It will definitely make your children think of the social issues that people face. The play is suitable for 10-16 year old children and finishes November 3rd. Its aim is also to raise resources for the Anthony Nolan Trust and the African Carribean Leukaemia Trust

Nearest hotels:

London Putney Bridge Premier Travel Inn
Conrad London
Copthorne Tara Hotel

Manet to Picasso
» Manet to Picasso
Date: sep 22 2006
XIX and the beginning of the XX century was the period still called “Golden” for the art. Painting, architecture and literature reached its highest peak then. Nowadays National Gallery offers a unique chance to see iconic paintings of the greatest masters – such as Van Gogh, Cezanne, Monet, Picasso, Renior and some others altogether. The six rooms of the exhibition will be organized chronologically, to help visitors to trace the dramatic of the art of XIX and XX centuries. There will be displayed works from a number of different European countries. Earlier 19th-century paintings will be displayed on the ground level of the Wilkins Building. The opening of the installation will take place on 22nd September. The exhibition will last till the end of May, 2007.

Nearest hotels:
Sofitel St James London
Dukes Hotel
Thistle London Charing Cross

Summer Show in Sadie Coles HQ
» Summer Show in Sadie Coles HQ
Date: sep 2 2006
The Summer Show at Sadie Coles HQ gallery presents works of five of the gallery’s artists: John Currin, Sarah Lucas, Angus Fairhurst, Urs Fischer and Elizabeth Peyton. John Currin’s exquisitely worked series of seven etchings, Milestones, 2006, exemplify the artist’s skill in this technique and in depicting the figure in a variety of twisted circumstances. Sarah Lucas’s portfolio brings together her iconic self-portraits from the 1990s in which she uses her own image to pose some of the big questions and challenge received values. In Elizabeth Peyton’s new prints the artist experiments with a range of printing techniques to quite different painterly effect. In a series of three works, each titled Unprinted, Angus Fairhurst extends into print recent collages using layered magazine advertisements with the figures and text removed. Thinking about Stortebeker, Urs Fischer’s portfolio of prints, brings together edgily funny and brazen imagery to create bizarre visual puns. The exhibition finishes on 2nd September, 2006.

London Film and Comic Convention
» London Film and Comic Convention
Date: jul 1 2006
Two days in the beginning of July is the time when London receives movie and television star guests. 1-2 July “London Film and Comic Convention” will take place in Earls Court. The show has grown into an important annual event, with many of the major film distributors and merchandise companies giving sneak previews of their forthcoming attractions and promoting the latest releases. Some of Hollywood’s biggest stars are expected - Elijah Wood, Carrie Fisher and Jorge Garcia - to name just a few. Allover there will possibly be about 30 movie stars, TV celebrities and comic book artists. They will be signing autographs, making photo sessions and meeting with their fans. Another part of the program includes a massive dealers hall with 700 stands and specialist companies from around Europe and the USA selling a wide range of merchandise. Alongside there will be posters, photos, DVDs, plastic figures, models, costumes, cardboard cut-outs and all manner of other merchandise. Opening hours: Saturday 9am to 6pm, Sunday 10am to 5pm.

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