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PRESIDENT HOTEL
Rate from: £68
The hotel is in historic Bloomsbury within walking distance of Covent Garden....
IBIS LONDON CITY
Rate from: £69
The hotel has 348 climate controlled rooms all well presented and finished to the usual Ibis standards....
ROYAL NATIONAL HOTEL
Rate from: £68
The hotel is within walking distance of Covent Garden, Oxford Street, London's Theatre Land....
LONDON DOCKLANDS PREMIER INN
Rate from: £60
A newly built property close the Excel Centre and London City Airport....
AYS HOTEL LONDON SOUTH RUISLI
Rate from: £59
A true London cosmopolitan hotel, close to tube, rail, motorway and Heathrow Airport...
 
 

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City News

» The Frieze Art Fair
Date: oct 11 2007
While Origin fair greets visitors with creative designer things, there is another fair taking place in London 11 – 14 October. As its name says, The Frieze Art Fair is focused on more traditional types of creativity. The fair hosts about 150 contemporary galleries from different world countries, including ACME from Los Angeles, Air de Paris, Marianne Boesky Gallery from New York, Taka Ishii Gallery (Tokyo), Jablonka Galerie (Berlin) and many others. There are works by almost 100 artists represented, all for sale. This annual event also features daily talks, film demonstrations (this year there are four short films presented), music performances and family workshops. If you don’t know what to start with, take a tour in a company of professional guide, who will give you an insight into the background of the displayed artworks. The fair is organised at Regent’s Park.

Nearest hotels:

Melia White House
Grange Fitzrovia
Astor Court

» Hay’s Galleria Oyster and Seafood Fair 2007
Date: aug 28 2007
Every food lover should know that September is the time to open the oyster season. To mark the event, Hay’s Galleria organizes its traditional Oyster and Seafood Fair, celebrated for the 17th time in 2007. This year the fair is held September 7th – 9th. This is a true heaven for those fond of seafood. There is a great amount of high quality seafood dishes offered at the fair and cooked right in front of you: be it crabs, shrimps, langoustines, lobster, Thai seafood or Spanish paella. Plus to this, visitors are offered a good choice of drinks from New Zealand wines to Guiness beer. All the dishes are cooked by experienced chefs so better arrive with a spare place in your belly. The three-day event has something for everyone. If you like cooking, visit demonstrations by the National Federation of Fishmongers and chef Miles Kirby. If eating is not your aim, come to take part in street entertainment and listen to Caribbean steel band performing live.

Nearest hotels:

London Bridge Hotel
Grange City Hotel
Novotel London City South

» GuilFest music festival
Date: jul 13 2007
Even though it started as a festival for folk and blues, nowadays GuilFest mixes all music genres, from folk and blues, to rock and pop. During the last years famous DJs have also been invited for the event. The festival is organised every July - this year its July 13th – 15th - and is held in Stoke Park. This is a huge event which even got the Best Family Festival Award in 2006. But you are not likely to see fresh names in music world performing at the festival – the participants are mostly recognized names of the past. The festival’s participants in 2007 are: The Magic Numbers, Supergrass, Morcheeba, Madness, Jimmy Cliff, Uriah Heep, Toots, Thirteen Senses, Ghosts, The King Blues, Orange lights, The Reveals, Rodrigo y Gabriela and many others. The main stages of music begin at 5pm and finish at 11pm on the Friday, 12 midday until 11pm on Saturday and 12 midday until 10pm Sunday.

Nearest hotels:

The Guildford Hotel
Woodlands Park Hotel
Oatlands Park Hotel

» “Fidelio” at Royal Opera House
Date: may 27 2007
“Fidelio” is the only Beethoven’s opera. It was first staged in the beginning of the 19th century, but still its subject evokes conflicting emotions. This is a story of a political prisoner and his wife who changes her name to the male one, Fidelio, to get to the prison where her husband is kept. A true hymn to humanity, freedom and human resistance, this opera is brought to London from the Metropolitan Opera in New York and is staged at Royal Opera House from May 27th to June 27th 2007. The part of Leonore is performed by Karita Mattila, who has already earned her praise as a great singer and actress in the 2000 production (she won’t play the part on 14 and 18 June). For Endrik Wottrich, who takes the part of Florestan, this will be the Royal Opera debut, but still, you will be captivated by his Act II opening aria, intensely developed from desperation to joyous hope.

Nearest hotels:

The Waldorf Hilton
Radisson Mountbatten Hotel
One Aldwych

» Vitality Show in London’s Olympia
Date: mar 29 2007
If you do care about your health or at least interested in health and beauty issues, the Vitality Show in London’s Olympia Exhibition Centre is something for you. The show is a real must for ladies, but that does not mean that there’s nothing interesting there for all the rest. Taking place March 29th – April 1st, it presents almost 400 companies specializing in beauty, health, fitness and well-being. Here you can try and buy new useful products, participate in dance and yoga classes, get health, nutrition and make-up advise, meet celebrities and just have a good time. There are also lectures, seminars and workshops organized together with various presentations, tastings and catwalks. The show has its attraction areas, including Cracker Juice Bar, Health Assessment Centre, Style Theatre, The Oasis, Zest Yoga and Dance Studios and some others. The show is opened 10am – 6pm Friday – Sunday and 1pm – 9pm Thursday.

Nearest hotels:

Holland Court
Hilton London Olympia
Avonmore Hotel

» London International Mime Festival
Date: jan 24 2007
Founded in 1977, London International Mime Festival celebrates its 29th birthday this year and as usual, promises to be a great entertainment. Recognized as one of the main international events in this sphere, the event offers performances by rising stars as well as established professionals in such fields as circus arts, puppetry, physical theatre and live art. Lots of performances can be viewed till January 28th at various city’s venues including South Bank Centre, Royal Opera House and the ICA. Needless to say, people from all over the city come to see the show – last year, approximately 16.000 of them attended the festival. This year’s Mime Festival invites you to see such young circus performers as Jean-Baptiste André and Mathurin Bolze from France, the legendary Philippe Genty Company with its first visit to Britain in fifteen years as well as British companies (Al Seed, Company:Collisions, Ockham’s Razor), the marionettes theatre from Spain Buchinger’s Boot Marionettes with its debut and more.

Nearest hotels:

Marriott London County Hall
Citadines London Trafalgar Square Aparth
Strand Palace Hotel

» Alien Nation exhibition
Date: dec 5 2006
Among the most interesting exhibitions that are displayed in London these days is the “Alien Nation” at the ICA – the Institute of Contemporary Arts. The main idea of the show is that fiction has always been the reflection of human’s thoughts, wishes, and what is more important, their fears. For instance, gothic horror stories of the late 19th century reflect anxiety over the suppressed sexuality while the science fiction often revealed the fear of nuclear weapon and war. The exposition that is offered to the public at the ICA reflects another idea – the idea of national prejudices and fear of those who come from other places, believe in different gods and have other political persuasions. Works inspired by the science fiction genre are displayed in the context of old black-and-white films such as The Quatermass Experiment, Orson Welles’ War Of The Worlds radio play as well as old posters. Exhibits are created by Laylah Ali, Hamad Butt, Ellen Gallagher & Edgar Cleijne, David Huffman and others. The exhibition is opened till January 14th.

Nearest hotels:

Sofitel St James London
Thistle Trafalgar Square
Citadines London Trafalgar Square Aparth

» London Bierfest
Date: oct 12 2006
October is a month of beer festivals not only in Germany. London also offers beer festival - London Bierfest - from 12th to 20th October 2006. These days Old Billingsgate Market turns out into traditional German Oktoberfest. The symbols of it are stages where performances are held, traditional German food and unlimited Paulaner beer. The London Bierfest is a corporate event, so tables can be reserved only for 10 or more guests. Paulaner Brauerei is the biggest brewer in Munich and this beer nowadays is a part of Munich lifestyle. There is the timetable of the event - Thursday 12th October - Evening, Friday 13th October - Afternoon, Wednesday 18th October - Evening, Thursday 19th October - Evening, Friday 20th October - Afternoon. Access on the Wednesday and both Thursdays is from approximately 5.30pm until 10.30pm and from 1.30pm until 6.30pm on both Fridays.

Nearest hotels:

Bridgestreet India Street
Hilton London Docklands
Dolphin Square

» The London Mela
Date: aug 13 2006
Cosmopolitan city of London hosts a lot of festivals, representing different cultures. One of them is annual London Mela offering acquaintance with the art and culture of South Asia. This year the festival takes place on Sunday 13 August between 12noon and 8.30pm in Gunnersbury Park, Popes Lane. Highlights include: a European debut performance by Pakistani rock artist Atif Aslam. Nutkhut’s ’Bollywood Steps’ – Bollywood films cliches presented through bhangra, hip-hop, classical Indian dance, and salsa. ’Tabla Blah Blah’ is a collaboration between DJ and broadcaster Bobby Friction and leading Tabla expert Pandit Sharda Sahai. London Flavas - Radio 1’s Bobby and Nihal will present the best in British Asian urban music. There also will be The Grand Trunk Road - a photographic exhibition, devoted to one of the greatest trade routes in South Asia. Other attractions will include Classic Mela, specially commissioned street theatre, and The Kaleidoscope Project for children.

» BAFTA and Bollywood
Date: jul 14 2006
During the second half of XX century Indian cinema has earned worldwide popularity and Indian cinema studio in Bombay (now Mumbai) received a nickname “Bollywood” by analogy with American Hollywood. Like Hollywood, Bollywood is a dream factory, forming the image of the country abroad. There are few things further from reality than Indian movies, but that’s what we like them for. It’s so pleasant to be redirected to the land of fantasy where the kind always wins. The British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) dedicates a three day (14, 15, 16 July) film festival to celebrate the global success of Bollywood. During festival visitors will see a selection of blockbuster hits. Stars attending the this event in London include megastar Shahrukh Khan (Devdas), Oscar nominated actor and producer of Lagaan, Aamir Khan, actress Preity Zinta (Dil Chahta Hai) and the famous director Karan Johar whose film Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham was one of the highest grossing Indian film overseas. The weekend will consist of screenings, events and dedicated evenings and conversations with some of Bollywood’s most celebrated superstars.

» Liz Craft exhibition in Alison Jacques Gallery
Date: jun 2 2006
2 June 2006 Alison Jacques Gallery opens an exhibition of Liz Craft. Works of Californian Artist Liz Craft were a lot inspired by the place where she lived – Californian landscapes, attitude to living, Los Angeles special atmosphere – all this is reflected in the art of Liz. Liz Craft was born in Los Angeles (1970) and still lives and works there. In 1997 she received her MFA from the University of California, Los Angeles. She often takes part in group exhibitions, such as “Small World: Dioramas in Contemporary Art” Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego (1998); “Mise En Scene: New LA Sculpture”, Santa Monica Museum of Art (2000); “The Americans-New Art”, Barbican Gallery, London (2001); “It’s all an illusion”, Migros Museuem fur Gengenartskunst, Zurich (2004); and the Whitney Biennale, New York (2004). Her solo exhibitions were carried out in Centrum fur Gegenwartskunst Oberosterreich, Linz, Austria. Now she presents her new collection of sculptures, primarily of cast and painted bronze in London. Alison Jacques Gallery is open Tuesday -Saturday from 10am to 6pm. Liz Craft will las till 1st July, 2006.


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