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ST MARTINS LANE A MORGANS ORIGINAL
Rate from: £185
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...
ROYAL GARDEN HOTEL
Rate from: £145
The hotel is conveniently situated in the heart of the Royal Borough of Kensington and overlooks Kensington Palace and Hyde Park....
RADISSON BERKSHIRE
Rate from: £90
Located at the centre of Oxford and Bond Street shopping district....
THE PARK LANE HOTEL LONDON
Rate from: £149
The hotel is London's finest monument to art deco style....
RADISSON MOUNTBATTEN HOTEL
Rate from: £99
Located in the heart of Covent Garden it is ideal for theatres....
 
 

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22 JERMYN STREET
51 BUCKINGHAM GATE TAJ LONDON
AMBERLEY CASTLE
ANGEL POSTING HOUSE - GUILFORD
ASTONS DESIGNER STUDIOS
CHARING CROSS, FORMERLY A THISTLE HOTEL
CITY INN WESTMINSTER
CLARIDGES
DORSET SQUARE HOTEL
DRAYCOTT HOTEL
HILTON LONDON KENSINGTON
HILTON LONDON PARK LANE
HYDE PARK MANDARIN ORIENTAL LONDON
HYDE PARK PREMIER LONDON PADDINGTON
KENSINGTON PARK APARTMENTS
LE MERIDIEN PICCADILLY
MILESTONE HOTEL
MILLENNIUM BAILEYS HOTEL
MILLENNIUM HOTEL KNIGHTSBRIDGE
OAKWOOD AT ST JOHNS HOUSE
ONE ALDWYCH
ORMONDE HOUSE HOTEL
PLAZA ON THE RIVER CLUB AND RESIDENCE
RADISSON BERKSHIRE
RADISSON BLOOMSBURY STREET HT
RADISSON EDWARDIAN SUSSEX HOTEL
RADISSON GRAFTON
RADISSON KENILWORTH HOTEL
RADISSON LEICESTER SQUARE HTL
RADISSON MOUNTBATTEN HOTEL
RADISSON VANDERBILT HOTEL
ROYAL GARDEN HOTEL
SANDERSON A MORGANS HOTEL
SHERATON BELGRAVIA HOTEL
SOFITEL LONDON ST JAMES
ST MARTINS LANE A MORGANS ORIGINAL
STOKE PARK
THE ACADEMY
 

City News

» International Halloween Festival
Date: oct 20 2007
One of the most known and probably merriest holidays celebrated this season is Halloween. To mark the occasion, Queen Mary’s College organizes an annual International Halloween Festival, celebrated for the 11th time this year. This is the largest European festival of the kind – no wonder why it gathers people from all around the globe. The choice of activities promises lots of fun, with performances by various rock and folk bands, craft market, lectures providing information on the history of the holiday and pagan culture, workshops and a funny Halloween ritual called “Ways to kill with Norse Magic!” Specialty of the show is a life performance by Torn Asunder (on Sunday), who will also take part in Witchfest, Croydon next month. And, finally, you can spend your time drinking ale in a spooky atmosphere of the Cobweb Café. The festival takes place 20th and 21st of October.

Nearest hotels:

Hilton London Docklands
Marriott Exec Apts W India Quay
Ibis London City

» Angela Reilly: Flesh
Date: aug 28 2007
Until September 7th ROLLO Contemporary Art gallery welcomes you for an exhibition called “Flesh” by Angela Reilly. Awarded with a 3rd Prize in the BP Portrait Award in 2006 and Art Exposure – RGI in 2005, this English artist is known for her accuracy which sometimes makes her paintings look like photographs. Angela Reilly is extremely skilled in reproducing different tones of flash. But unlike the pink flesh of a Lucian Freud, Reilly’s bodies are slightly illuminated. And, what seems to be unusual, the larger the scale is, the more detailed her pictures are. This helps reproduce not only what the person looks like, but what he or she feels. The artist believes that portraiture “is a preservation of ones memory not just preservation of appearance.” The exhibition at the ROLLO Contemporary Art includes Reilly’s latest oil paintings and charcoal studies. Admission is free.

Nearest hotels:

The Westbury
Mayfair Radisson Edwardian
De Vere Cavendish St James

» Zaha Hadid at the Design Museum
Date: jul 5 2007
The Design Museum presents an exhibition dedicated to Zaha Hadid, an award-winning Iraqi-British deconstructivist designer and architect. Zaha Hadid is the only woman architect who got the Pritzker Prize for Architecture. She received her fame thanks to her project of the Rosenthal Centre for Contemporary Art in Cincinnati. No less innovative projects followed: those were a car factory for BMW and the Phaeno Science Centre, both in Germany. Currently the architect is working on some other buildings in Singapore and Istanbul, an opera house in China, a museum in Rome, and a skyscraper in Dubai. The exhibition at the Design Museum is the first large-scale event in the UK to celebrate Hadid’s talent and ability to shape her imagination into solid forms. It occupies two floors and shows objects that could interest both experts and simple art lovers. Available till 25th November 2007.

Nearest hotels:

Grange City Hotel
London Bridge Hotel
Comfort Hotel Tower Of London

» A Country Affair on Clapham Common
Date: may 26 2007
A Country Affair on Clapham Common is, without a doubt, a family event which is especially good when you want to spend your weekend away from the city bustle. Each member of your family will find something for oneself. First of all, the show offers lots of dancing and music entertainment, from Morris dancing, the May Pole to the more exotic Bollywood dancing. If you don’t like traditional music, then rock bands are waiting for you to play their acoustic songs. For children there is a good choice of entertainment, including traditional fairground rides, entertainers and hands-on activities. In addition to this, you can make a ride on a steam train or visit the farm with your kids, who’ll be glad to find out how they take care of animals on the farm. Organisers guarantee that no one will stay hungry: a good choice of snacks, meals, treats, wine and beer is provided. The show dates are: 26th May - 28th May 2007.

Nearest hotels:

Jurys Inn Chelsea London
Windermere Hotel
Express By Holiday Inn Wandsworth

» A Slap in the Face! Futurists in Russia
Date: mar 28 2007
At the exhibition “A Slap in the Face! Futurists in Russia” you will have an opportunity to compare the representatives of Russian and Italian Futurist movement, which have much in common and different at the same time. The exhibition is available at The Estorick Collection from March 28th to June 10th 2007 and borrows its name from the original Futurist manifesto ‘A Slap in the Face of Public Taste’ (which appeared in 1912), changing it partly. Having observed works by Russian artists, you can compare them with their Italian contemporaries – then, you are likely to see that they were both rather enthusiastic for war, shared their devotion to new technologies and were constantly searching for new ways to portray prompt motion. At the same time, Russian Futurists, such as Chagall and Popova, used some simple and even childish features that they considered to be revolutionary. Among the other Russian artists represented are Goncharova, Larinov, Malevich, Rosanova. The exhibition also includes works by Italian artists Balla, Boccioni and Severini.

Nearest hotels:

Hilton London Islington
Jurys Inn Islington London
Thistle City Barbican

» Inside the Spitfire
Date: jan 24 2007
Both grown-ups fond of history and children curious to learn something more will like the exhibition “Inside the Spitfire” available at the Science Museum till January 31st. It gives a closer look at one of Britain’s most famous plane, with details of how it was assembled and stories of people who worked on it. Even after the development of modern fighter jets, the Spitfire is still the symbol of World War 2 and a national British icon. One of the objects that will definitely interest your kids is the disassembled Spitfire Mk 22. Loaned by the RAF, it gives you an opportunity to observe its essential components and discover why the plane is a good example of advanced technology of the time. What is more, many other curious exhibits are represented like photographs and memorabilia that belonged to designers and pilots: flying jackets, medals, notes, statues and what not.

Nearest hotels:

Gore Hotel
Baglioni Hotel London
The Rembrandt

» Christmas Food Festival
Date: dec 7 2006
In October, there was the Whitecross Street Market Food Festival organized in London which proved to be a great success: about 10.000 visitors came to the market to taste the products presented on about 70 stalls. Thanks to this, it was also decided to organize the Christmas Food Festival which will be held at the Whitecross Street Market December 7 – 9. The visitors will be able to try traditional food such as mince pies, mulled wine, fruit cake, different sorts of cheese and other delicious dishes. All in all, there will more than 70 producers offering their products at the market, including The Chocolate Alchemist, Mrs Kirkham’s Lancashire Cheese, Shellseekers that specializes on seafood and others. The festival will be opened with a special Food Programme with activities for the families and cookery demonstrations. According to George Nicholson, a director of Market Squared (the event organizer), this will not only be a wonderful shopping day, but also the event that will unite the community and make a contribution to the local economy.

Nearest hotels:

Thistle City Barbican
Great Eastern Hotel
Threadneedles Hotel

» Autumn Ideal Home Show
Date: oct 6 2006
Britain, and particularly England is well known for its gardens and cozy houses. The Autumn Ideal Home Show taking place 6-15 October 2006 is intended for those, who are interested in the latest interior and garden designs and equipment. Like before, Earls Court will host the Show and it promises to attract about half a million visitors. The number of the exhibitors will increase 800. They will offer ideas and products to satisfy all styles and tastes. Everyone can find something interesting and inspiring. Home and garden experts, celebrity chefs and interior designers are all on hand with plenty of advice including interior and property expert Alison Cork and popular Italian TV chef Gino D'Acampo will participate. Visitors will also have a chance to by some goods

Nearest hotels:

Thistle London Piccadilly
Atel Lord Jim
Ibis London Earls Court

» London International Animation Festival
Date: aug 22 2006
Everybody likes animated cartoon films – audience for the possibility to return to childhood, creators for the opportunity to embody all the fantasies, their imagination can produce. The London International Animation Festival (LIAF), hosted by Curzon Soho offers the very best of international and local animation. LIAF have received over 1500 submissions and have created 7 different screenings showcasing more than 100 films from 25+ countries. International program includes also Abstract panorama, Digital panorama and Long shorts. There also will be Marie-Josee Saint Pierre masterclass, Frederic Back retrospective, Korean panorama and Animated Documentaries. Special Student Programmes are also offered. Fro kids two special session will be organized. The festival begins 22nd August, 2006.

» Bolshoi Opera & Ballet in London
Date: jul 25 2006
Bolshoi Opera & Ballet theater from Russia has gained world fame. Now it gives performances on a tour in London Royal Opera House. The first shows visitors will witness are The Fiery Angel and (25 and 26 July 206) and Boris Godunov (27-29 July). The Fiery Angel is an outstanding interpretation of Prokofiev’s opera. The plot concentrates around Renata’s search for her mystical Fiery Angel. Some critics consider this performance one of the greatest success in the history of Bolshoi theater. The next opera in repertoire is “Boris Godunov”. The story of the Russian tsar Boris and tsarevitch Dmitrii (or false-Dmitrii) has given rise to many legends. One of them became the plot for the opera of Musorgsky’s in Rimsky-Korsakov’s interpretation. This opera was presented for the first time in 1888 time and since that has an imperishable popularity. The story was based on the work by the famous Russian poet Alexander Pushkin and was the first “public opera” in Russia.

» Robert Beck in Stephen Friedman Gallery
Date: jun 13 2006
This weekend in Stephen Friedman Gallery started an exhibition of new art works by American artist Robert Beck. Robert Beck was born in Baltimore, Maryland in 1959. Nowadays he lives and works in New York City. In 1983 he graduated BA, Undergraduate Film and Television, New York University, Tisch School of the Arts, NY and in 1993 - The Independent Study Program of the Whitney Museum of American Art, Studio Program, NY. In this new exhibition Beck presents a wide range of media including offset printing blankets, a plaster-cast brick-and-mortar wall sculpture. Bars and Stars exposition presents a variety of grey printing blankets which drape along the gallery walls and floors are screen-printed repeatedly with images from a tabloid newspaper and are studded with anodized aluminium stars. The themes are more than timely – some images amplify staged photographs of British soldiers abusing Iraqi prisoners, reminding of the sad story of Abu Grhaib. The exhibition will last till 22 July 2006.


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