Christmas is celebrated in more than 160 countries across the globe, and each one of those have their own celebrations and traditions.
People have always had an obsession with collecting different things. From toasters to belly button fluff, there really are some strange collections out there.
Owning a library card, watching subtitled films and being skilled with a pair of chopsticks are among the traits which make you cultured, according to Brits.
Elizabeth Bennet, the charming and quick-witted protagonist from Jane Austin’s beloved Pride and Prejudice, has been crowned the nation’s all-time favourite classic literary heroine.
At-Bristol science centre, one of the UK's leading interactive science centres, is upgrading its Planetarium to become the UK's first digital 3D Planetarium.
London Super Comic Convention, the UK’s largest and most exciting comic event, confirms a host of top comic artists and cosplayers for the 2015 bill, including Ed McGuinness, Dexter Vines and David Mack.
London Craft Week, a brand new initiative that positions makers centre stage of the world’s creative capital will open on Wednesday, 6 May 2015.
Heard the one about the city with two cultural festivals running at the same time?
Anyone who loves a day out will be looking forward to the 2015 Hudson’s Historic Houses & Gardens.
For the first time in the UK, a hand picked selection of celebrity photographs by world famous Studio Harcourt, will be on display at Sofitel London St James from 4th - 25th November.
Totally Thames, the Nine Elms Vauxhall Partnership, Wanda One (UK) and Vauxhall One have announced that, by popular demand, London’s newest and favourite resident, HippopoThames, has chosen to leave Nine Elms on the South Bank to visit friends at St Katharine Docks where he will remain for a further 28 days.
On 20th and 21st September, Canary Wharf Group plc is giving Londoners a glimpse of the past, present and future of one of the world’s premier business and shopping districts, as part of Open House London.
Reality: Modern and Contemporary British Painting is a new exhibition at The Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, at the University of East Anglia, Norwich.
Britain's best boutique festival announced the line-up for its 2014 event. Taking place in the magnificent surroundings of Blenheim Palace and Woodstock from Thursday 25th – Sunday 28th September, the Blenheim Palace Literary Festival will feature writers and public figures from the fields of music, history, food and drink, politics and literature.
Fifty beautiful benches shaped as open books, each one brought to life by a different local or famous artist, have popped up all over London this summer to captivate visitors and celebrate reading for enjoyment as part of the National Literacy Trust’s Books about Town campaign.
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