great places to visit off the beaten path.
The Rose is considered by many to be London’s most historic theatre if only for the reason that it was the first purpose built theatre ever to stage a Shakespearean … Continue reading
Whether you refer to the BBC as ‘Auntie’ or the ‘Beeb’, the BBC is certainly part of our everyday lives. One unique opportunity available in London is to take a … Continue reading
A former restaurant changing room has become 2012′s Fringe Theatre of the Year! The Jermyn Street Theatre is currently the West End’s smallest theatre and it was recognized this year as Fringe Theatre … Continue reading
The Coronet opened in 1898 and was quickly viewed as the best theatre outside of London’s west end. With visits by King Edward VII and performances by the famous French actress … Continue reading