Culture

All that jazz: coming festivals and exhibitions in London
Autumn is shaping up to be a big season for jazz music in London, with the return of the city’s annual festival, as well as special Soho events, including an exhibition dedicated to the celebrated venue Ronnie Scott’s in August. more >
19th August 2019
Welcome to theatreland: London’s best musicals
September Withers treads the boards to preview the best musical theatre in London, from the hard-hitting to the fabulously frivolous. more >
31st July 2019
Your guide to the summer solstice and Stonehenge
Discover why humans have celebrated the solstice for thousands of years, and why you need to visit the prehistoric monument on this important day. Taking a GWR train is one of the most eco-friendly ways of reaching the ancient attraction. more >
17th June 2019
From cult hero to England’s bard: explore the London destinations that made Shakespeare
Every 23 April the world celebrates William Shakespeare’s birth, and to help mark the occasion, we explore the bard’s life as it was lived in the country’s capital, visiting some of the places and objects that helped define him. more >
15th April 2019
Five fun days out, whatever the weather
Don’t let those pesky April showers put a dampener on your day off. Enjoy these five fun activities that can be experienced whatever the weather. From ping pong to afternoon tea, and a wacky museum to an awesome amusement arcade, you’ll not want to spend a rainy day at home again more >
3rd April 2019