Bonfire Night 2018: the best firework displays in London

Remember, remember the 5th of November: gunpowder, treason and plot. The British tradition of burning the Guy, and holding fireworks displays, originated in a plot…

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Read my Visit London feature: what is there for families …

“Away from the bustle of the city centre, Highgate London is a breath of fresh air. Children will love its slower pace, and the chance…

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Seeing the sights of London on a family day out …

Unlike the nearby SEALife London Aquarium, Shrek’s Adventure and London Dungeon, the London Eye is a simple attraction. After standing in a queue (made a…

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Close encounters at SEALife London Aquarium

Cheeky penguins, fear-inspiring sharks and delicate, luminescent jellyfish. Our day at SeaLife London Aquarium, on the South Bank of the city’s River Thames, introduced Austin…

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Free play in London: four top places to visit

Play England defines free play as “…children choosing what they want to do, how they want to do it and when they want to stop…

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Hobnobbing with celebrities at Madame Tussauds, London

The original Madame Tussauds carries the weight of legend. It’s over 250 years old, and the Marylebone Rd premises, close to Regent’s Park in London,…

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Searching for ogres at Shrek’s Adventure in London

London is an ever-changing place. On the south bank of the Thames, opposite the Houses of Parliament, you’ll find County Hall. In a previous life,…

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The unwritten rules of the London Underground – and how to …

The London Underground is a fearsome place. With its first line, the Metropolitan, open since 1863, the Underground train system – also known as the…

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Feisty Merriment: Snow White and Rose Red by RashDash at …

Who ever heard of a villain called Graham? But in the gently subversive world of RashDash’s Snow White and Rose Red, it makes absolute sense.…

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