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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 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
Formerly a public house known as The Haverstock Arms, The Haverstock Hotel in Hampstead is a newly restored boutique property. Situated between Belsize Park and Camden ...More
Founded in 1966 as a publishing house, New Beacon Books was named after the 'The Beacon' magazine, a cultural publication from 1930s Trinidad which gives some ...More
This literary gem stocks lots of really quirky publications as well as the normal run of books. Everything about Primrose Hill Books encourages you to browse. ...More
The family-run Foyles book shop has been in the book selling business since 1906. Books on a broad range of subjects from fiction and poetry to ...More
Perched on a hill, this garden centre is sheltered from the gusty winds by Alexandra Palace. Justly regarded as one of London’s best, it’s one ...More
Harringay locals, couple Ebony and Paul Harding, are behind this supermarket with a difference. Harringay Local Store unites their two passions, stocking locally made products and ...More
Affectionately referred to as the "Fortnum & Mason of Muswell Hill" this family-run fine food business dates back over 100 years to 1887. The stunning ...More
The Chickenshed Theatre was founded more than 30 years ago in (you guessed it) a disused chicken shed. Since then, the creative team behind the theatre ...More
After a shaky start - destroyed by fire 16 days after 'The People's Palace' first opened in 1873 - Alexandra Palace re-opened again two years later ...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
The biggest (it has a total capacity of 1,250) and best permanent ice rink in London, Alexandra Palace Ice Rink is an ideal place for a ...More
Tudor grandstand and the only remaining timber-framed Standing in Britain.
Well and truly off the beaten track, this timber-framed hunting lodge is hidden away in Epping ...More
Forty Hall Farm, historically part of the Forty Hall estate, is now run by Capel Manor College and is the only further education college in ...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
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
Connexions is a countrywide information and advisory service for 13-19 year olds and people with special learning needs or disabilities under 25. They offer an array ...More
Officially opened in 2007 by Tessa Jowell, Minister for the Olympics, the Lee Valley Athletics Centre is the largest indoor and outdoor athletics facility serving London ...More
This super recreational area near Wood Green offers kids and adults a place to stretch their legs and sample different sporting activities.
You can shoot ...More
At this dinosaur themed adventure golf course in east London you can pitch and putt your way around 18 holes alongside near life size animatronic dinosaurs. ...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
Cocktails come in interesting combinations - coriander, basil and chilli margarita, anyone? - at Rootdown, a Clapton restaurant and cocktail bar with music... and a social ...More
It may look like a cinema from the sign outside but Ruby's on the Stoke Newington/Dalston border is an intimate subterranean drinking den serving expertly mixed ...More
A teeny, tiny and wonderful puppet theatre located in a hidden side road backing onto a green church yard ideal for spontaneous picnics with goodies from ...More
Can accommodate up to 1800 people....More
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