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Barnet was recently praised in a government inspection as one of the best English language schools in the capital. It's a multicultural area and you can expect students from all over the world.
Under £200pw. 15-20 per group. Wide selection of courses.
Discover what's on in London 2015 with our comprehensive guide to the best events. From theatre to art and music to sport, London 2015 has something for everyone - so read on to find out what London town has to offer.
A new, purpose built hotel typical of the Holiday Inn Express chain which are clean, cheap and modern with buffet breakfast included in the very affordable ...More
The motorway hub of Brent Cross, home to many of London's largest superstores, has great connections to Central London as well as the rest of the ...More
The Pillar Hotel is a boutique hotel that doubles as an event venue in North West London. An English Heritage Grade II-listed building that dates back ...More
This school teaches about 800 students from 40 different countries, offering general and exam focused English language courses for adults.
Students prepare for the Cambridge exams and ...More
English [Out There!] takes a very hands-on approach to learning English. The course places an emphasis on using what you have learned. Students are taken out ...More
Only the French could come up with an art form so bizarrely fascinating. Mime is as relaxing as Tai Chi, as healthy as yoga, and as ...More
Unique and innovative workshops teaching flower arranging and floristry with monthly, weekly or daily workshops. This is a really enjoyable art form that allows its students ...More
Islington cafe-cum-deli Jenius Social isn't just a place to enjoy fine food and carefully sourced balsamic vinegar, artisan chocolates and cured meats. It's also a ...More
Mixed-media pieces by artists including Kate Crook, Anthony Gomez, Elena Massucco and Melanie Tomlinson....More
Eleven years after the first powered flight, aviation emerged as a force capable of changing the face of battle. In 1914 the Royal Flying Corps numbered ...More
The London Jewish Cultural Centre is London's leading provider of Jewish education and culture. Located at Ivy House, the centre's home was previously the home of ...More
The Phoenix Cinema started life in 1910 as the East Finchley Picturedome, and has been screening films ever since. Expect to find a mix of new ...More
This is London's second largest indoor arena after The O2, and though the building lacks the character of some of the older venues, the sheer scale ...More
An imposing grade II listed mid Victorian mansion with extensive grounds landscaped by Robert Marnock, Avenue House is now available to hire for weddings, conferences and ...More
Kenwood House is closed for refurbishment and will reopen in November 2013. In the meantime, the cafe and estate remain open. A rich collection of famous ...More
Britain's National Museum of Aviation, or RAF Museum, comprises several hundred thousand objects ranging in size from aircraft to lapel badges, and spanning more than a ...More
Belgium's finest export, the first Godiva was opened in Brussels approximately 75 years ago by master chocolatier Joseph Draps and named after the legendary Lady Godiva. ...More
A rose-nosed reindeer walks into a bar and the elf barman says: "Why the long face?" Rudolf duly replies: "I've got pines and needles". Yes, yes... ...More
Grab a bargain at the London Designer Outlet in Wembley, a unique shopping village which gives local residents and the 4 million visitors who come to ...More
Pizza Express has become something of a London institution. Serving consistently excellent Italian pizzas quickly in pleasant unfussy surroundings, this is always a convenient and acceptable ...More
Chinese cuisine. Booking advised.
The London School of Yoga attempts to demystify the practice, eliminating the intimidating jargon and self-important ritual that so often attaches itself to the activity. Skilled ...More
Allianz Park in North London is home to Saracens Rugby Club, a professional rugby union team who play in the Aviva Premiership, the top level of ...More
Opposite Fryent Country Park and originally part of the estate of the house now called Kingsbury Manor, Roe Green Walled Garden is used by many locals ...More
Ideal for alcoholic refreshment after a weekend tramp on Hampstead Heath, this notorious pub dates back to 1585 and is doused in history. The roguish highwayman ...More
The Queensbury is a hipster gastropub, in an area well-served with cheap, trendy restaurants, but they've done an excellent job with the leather-sofas-and-cheap-art formula. They've made ...More
The Boogaloo has succeeded in breaking the all pervasive contemporary pub blueprint, fashioning a popular alternative with a great atmosphere - and not an inch of ...More
At quirky café/bar The Shop pretty much everything but the kitchen sink is up for sale, hence the name. Guests can purchase the chairs, light fittings, ...More
On the unlovely part of Kilburn High Road, next to Greggs and Primark, The Betsy Smith is a breath of fresh air with its charmingly quirky ...More
Can accommodate up to 1800 people....More
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