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London Coliseum

The London Coliseum is home to The English National Opera. A beautiful opera house, a stone's throw from Covent Garden, the venue hosts some of the biggest names in opera and ballet. Learn more about historical venue opened in 1904 and buy tickets. 

The Royal Albert Hall

A stunning music and entertainment venue in leafy South Kensington, opposite Hyde Park, the Royal Albert Hall is best known for hosting the annual Proms concerts every summer. Find out more and book tickets now.

The Royal Opera House

Home of the Royal Opera and the Royal Ballet, The Royal Opera House is a world-famous spectacular theatre in Covent Garden. Book tickets to one of its popular performances to truly understand how magnificent this venue is and enjoy a glass of champagne in the Paul Hamlyn Hall Champagne Bar beforehand.

Home of the Royal Opera and the Royal Ballet, The Royal Opera House is a world-famous spectacular…

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Home of the Royal Opera and the Royal Ballet, The Royal Opera House is a world-famous spectacular theatre in Covent Garden. Book tickets to one of its popular performances to truly understand how magnificent this venue is and enjoy a glass of champagne in the Paul Hamlyn Hall Champagne Bar beforehand.

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Opera Holland Park

Listen to beautiful opera in a stunning setting. With a programme of easy listening classic operas to more serious works, it’s a perfect way to spend a summer evening outdoors in leafy Holland Park. Take along a picnic for the interval or book ahead for fine dining options organised by Opera Holland Park. Find out more.…

Listen to beautiful opera in a stunning setting. With a programme of easy listening classic…

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Listen to beautiful opera in a stunning setting. With a programme of easy listening classic operas to more serious works, it’s a perfect way to spend a summer evening outdoors in leafy Holland Park. Take along a picnic for the interval or book ahead for fine dining options organised by Opera Holland Park. Find out more.

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Les Miserables

Showing at Queens Theatre on Shaftesbury Avenue, Les Miserables is a must-see classic in the West End. Based on the novel by Victor Hugo, with lyrics by Herbert Kretzmer and music by Claude-Michel Schonberg, it’s a truly powerful musical that will stay with you long after the curtain comes down.

Billy Elliot

Playing at the Victoria Palace Theatre with music by Elton John, this hugely popular film-turned-hit-musical has won many awards and loyal fans. Set during the 1980s mining strike in the north east of England, the story follows a young boy, Billy, who swaps boxing gloves for ballet shoes. If you enjoyed the film, you’ll love the musical.

The Phantom of the Opera

Playing in the West End, Andrew Lloyd Webber's epic musical, The Phantom of the Opera, is a fantastic show with many memorable tunes. It tells the tragic love story of a disfigured Phantom, his shadowy presence at the Paris Opera House and his love for beautiful protégée, soprano Christine.

Kew The Music

A series of outdoor picnic concerts in the stunning Kew Gardens, enjoy a mixture of music from different genres and theatrical performances at the Kew The Music in Surrey. Artists have included UB40, Jools Holland and Paloma Faith, to name a few.

Wireless

Wireless Festival is one of the most popular of London's summer festivals, with headling acts such as Jay Z, Pink, Missy Elliott and many more. Tickets sell fast, so be sure to book ahead.

South West Four Weekender

The South West Four Weekender has now expanded to a two-day event held in trendy Clapham Common. Headlined by some of the biggest names in the music industry, this festival is a great way to spend your August Bank Holiday weekend!

Maddox

Located in the heart of Mayfair, Maddox is a very exclusive private members club. Known to have the best DJs in town and award winning staff, Maddox is a favourite to many 'A' list celebrities.

Annabel’s

Located in Berkley Square, very close to The May Fair Hotel, sits the famous Annabel’s private members’ club. Boasting a guest list of high profile visitors, including royalty - Princess Anne as well as the Queen herself. Frank Sinatra, Kate Moss and Ivana Trump have also been members. If you want to join the elite, Annabel’s…

Located in Berkley Square, very close to The May Fair Hotel, sits the famous Annabel’s private…

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Located in Berkley Square, very close to The May Fair Hotel, sits the famous Annabel’s private members’ club. Boasting a guest list of high profile visitors, including royalty - Princess Anne as well as the Queen herself. Frank Sinatra, Kate Moss and Ivana Trump have also been members. If you want to join the elite, Annabel’s is the place to go.

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Mahiki

Although Mahiki is known for its high profile celebrities and young royals such as Prince Harry, it's not your typical pretentious London club. The reason Mahiki has remained a favourite to many people is down  to its fun, chilled out vibe, not to mention its delicious tropical cocktails!

Although Mahiki is known for its high profile celebrities and young royals such as Prince…

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Although Mahiki is known for its high profile celebrities and young royals such as Prince Harry, it's not your typical pretentious London club. The reason Mahiki has remained a favourite to many people is down to its fun, chilled out vibe, not to mention its delicious tropical cocktails!

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Boisdale of Belgravia

With live music from Monday to Saturday since 1999, Boisdale of Belgravia is one of London's greatest live jazz, blues & soul venues. If you're a fan of jazz, make sure you book a visit and enjoy some after-dinner music for the soul.

Dublin Castle

Known as a launch pad to fame for many bands, such as Travis and The Artic Monkeys – Dublin Castle in hip and happening Camden is the place to go to check out bands before they hit the big time.

The Cellar Door

A trendy basement bar just off The Strand, The Cellar Door is a cosy, intimate venue, previously a public toilet for gentlemen! With a programme of jazz, cabaret and burlesque accompanied by fabulous cocktails, you're in for an entertaining evening.

Hammersmith Apollo

The Hammersmith Apollo in south west London opened in 1932 and has ever since been a hub for international acts, including comedians, musicans and much more. For the latest upcoming events, visit www.hammersmithapollo.com where you can also buy tickets online.

The O2 Arena

The O2 started life as the Millennium Dome, when London celebrated the turn of the century. Now, it's a huge arena near Canary Wharf for concerts and shows with a capacity of 23,000 people, along with bars, restaurants, a cinema and bowling alley. For tickets and event information, visit www.theo2.co.uk

The O2 started life as the Millennium Dome, when London celebrated the turn of the century.…

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The O2 started life as the Millennium Dome, when London celebrated the turn of the century. Now, it's a huge arena near Canary Wharf for concerts and shows with a capacity of 23,000 people, along with bars, restaurants, a cinema and bowling alley. For tickets and event information, visit www.theo2.co.uk

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Wembley Arena

Located next to the legendary Wembley Stadium, Wembley Arena has been home to concerts and live performances since 1934 and has played host to a wealth of famous faces including The Beatles. For tickets and the latest concert information, visit http://www.wembleyarena.co.uk/.

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