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SIGHTS • ARTS • SHOPPING • EATING • ENTERTAINMENT • MAPS
LONDON
THE FREE OFFICIAL MONTHLY GUIDE • SEPTEMBER 2017
PLANNER
REDRAWING
LONDON
An interview
with cartoonist
Gerald Scarfe
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THE MAYOR’S LETTER
A big welcome to London this September
You’ve picked one of the best times to visit, as London’s Autumn
Season kicks off with a rich programme of culture. Totally Thames
festival is a highlight of the season – over the month and along the
42 miles of the Thames, there is a host of activities as we celebrate
our much-loved river. From beach walks to river tours, there are
loads of ways to learn about the gateway to our city.
London has always prided itself on being a global sporting capital.
American football comes to the capital as the NFL holds its
London Games Series at Wembley Stadium. Watch the Baltimore
Ravens take on the Jacksonville Jaguars and the New Orleans
Saints compete against the Miami Dolphins.
Meanwhile, more than 700 venues open their doors and welcome
visitors during Open House London, which marks 25 years. This
is your chance to explore the unexplored and see inside some of
London’s amazing buildings – take a tour around City Hall and enjoy
the views of the City and Tower Bridge. Have a great time in London!
LONDON
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INSIDE THIS ISSUE
September 2017
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CONTENTS
03 Mayor’s welcome
Sadiq Khan welcomes you to London
06 Top 10 free attractions
The most popular places to visit
08 Take me to the river
The ultimate guide to the Thames,
from boat trips to festivals
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14 A portrait of the artist
An interview with the
cartoonist Gerald Scarfe
20 Discover
Visit Brixton, the birthplace
of musical icon David Bowie
104 Beyond London
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A guide to heritage sites
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River statistics
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Entertainment
Sport
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River services
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• MAPS
LONDON
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2017
PLANNER
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An interview
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FREE ATTRACTIONS
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London’s most popular free
attractions compiled according to
the latest available visitor numbers
from www.visitlondon.com
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Royal Museums Greenwich
Discover maritime history and world-class art
in this Unesco World Heritage Site.
10 National Portrait Gallery
This gallery houses a collection of portraits of
historically important and famous British people.
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1 The British Museum
The famous museum houses treasures including
the Rosetta Stone and Egyptian mummies.
2 The National Gallery
Priceless European art belonging to the nation. See
works by Botticelli, da Vinci, van Gogh and more.
3 Tate Modern
This former power station in Bankside, which has
recently expanded, houses a modern art collection.
4 Natural History Museum
Explore the natural world, including
prehistoric fossils, dinosaurs and taxidermy.
5 Southbank Centre
Opened in 1951, this arts centre hosts music,
dance, art and spoken word events.
6 Somerset House
Somerset House is home to the Embankment Galleries,
and The Courtauld Gallery with its Old Masters.
7 Science Museum
Interactive scientific fun for kids and grown-ups,
boasting everything from rockets to steam engines.
8 Victoria and Albert Museum
Incredible historic artefacts that span more than
3,000 years and include art, sculpture and fashion.
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RIVER FESTIVALS
MAKING
WAVES
London wouldn’t be what it is without
the River Thames, so it’s only right
that it’s celebrated once in a while.
The annual Totally Thames
festival (1-30 Sep) brings more
than 150 events to the capital,
from underground concerts
to illuminated art.
Totally Thames’ director
Adrian Evans says: ‘For our
20th birthday, we are exploring
the working river and the history
of the Thames’ boatyards through
spoken word and oral history, film and
photography. We’re also celebrating our
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beautiful river with boat races, barge pulls, rallies,
paddleboarding – even a river swim!’
Taking the 300th anniversary
of Handel’s Water Music as
inspiration, composer Iain
Chambers is hosting Bascule
Chamber Concerts inside
Tower Bridge (22-24 Sep).
The concerts feature live
recordings of river sounds and
performances from clarinettist
Kate Romano and spoken word
Boat Poets
artist Kayo Chingonyi, while the
Franco-Cameroonian singer Coco
Mbassi performs a piece inspired by
boats carrying immigrants.
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BOAT POETS © ANDREAS BROOKS; GRAPHICS © ISTOCK
As the Totally Thames
festival returns with
a splash, Sarah Riches
sets sail along London’s
waterways to discover how
you can make the most of it
Bascule Chamber Concerts
inside Tower Bridge
The St Katharine Docks
Classic Boat Festival
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Rivers of the World exhibition
at City Hall
In keeping with the theme of river stories,
Working River: London’s Boatyards (1-30 Sep)
brings to life the history of the river’s boatyards
through oral history, film and photography, while
spoken word artists spend time on boats before
performing Boat Poets at the Royal Festival Hall
(6, 25 & 28 Sep). Don’t miss the Rivers of the
World exhibition at City Hall, either (1-30 Sep).
Another festival theme is plastic pollution. As
the World Economic Forum has predicted there
will be more plastic than fish in the sea by 2050,
Maria Arceohas collected a year’s worth of plastic
from 40 beaches along the Thames to create Future
Dust. The large-scale installation tours the river
and is illuminated at night by Dutch light artist Tim
Scheffer (1-30 Sep). www.totallythames.org
Coco Mbassi
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RIVER FESTIVALS
ANGEL CANAL FESTIVAL
“ The festival
is a slice of
British life”
For something more sedate, visit the Angel
Canal Festival (3 Sep) on Regent’s Canal
in north London.
Originally set up for inner-city children,
over time the festival turned into an annual
tea party and, later, into Angel Day. Then, in
and ukulele music, Morris dancers and a chance
1986, it developed into the Angel Canal Festival.
for anybody over nine to learn to canoe or sail.’
This year, more than 7,000 people are
The Mayor of Islington arrives
expected to attend.
by boat from the London Canal
The founder, the late Crystal
Museum in King’s Cross, while
Hale, saved the City Road Basin
Pearly Kings and Queens –
from being filled in and being
respected members of the
built on. You can celebrate
community dressed in suits
her success and love for the
covered in pearl buttons, as is
water by enjoying boat trips
the East End tradition – roam
and races, a colourful
the festival.
regatta and kayaking.
A funfair, donkey rides, Punch
Event organiser Beryl
and Judy shows and storytellers
Windsor says: ‘The festival is a
Pearly Kings
entertain children, who can also try
slice of British life, like a village
and Queens
pottery, hire pedaloes, get up close to
fete but with boats. We have 60
hawks and owls and play on a pirate ship.
stalls, including ones selling world food,
www.angelcanalfestival.org
five acoustic bands including ska and jazz, folk
Boat race at the
Angel Canal Festival
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COURTESY OF THE ANGEL CANAL FESTIVAL
Stall at the Angel
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RIVER FESTIVALS
This image and below:
The Great River Race
“Expect fancy
dress and
dragon boats”
THE GREAT RIVER RACE
If you’re craving adrenaline, don’t miss The
Great River Race (9 Sep). At 21.6 miles (34.7km),
the contest is a virtual marathon on water. More
than 330 international crews take part as they
set sail from the Docklands in east London.
The teams pass under 10 bridges along the
way, including Tower Bridge, Chiswick, Kew
and Richmond, before a cannon announces the
winner at the end of the route in Ham, Surrey.
But the Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race this
is not – so expect fancy dress, dragon boats and
face painting, before joining participants for
drinks in The Great River Race marquee by
Ham House. It’s a great day out for both
participants and spectators.
www.greatriverrace.co.uk
Up at
The O2
CRUISE CONTROL
Tick off the capital’s key sights in one go on a
City Cruises tour with live audio commentary.
Thames Clippers stretches as far as Putney
and Woolwich. Got children? Take to the
water on an amphibious van and boat hybrid
with London Duck Tours (to 17 Sep),
which has James Bond and pirate
treasure hunt-themed tours.
For something more sedate, opt
for an afternoon tea or lunch
cruise with Bateaux London.
Its dinner cruise has live
entertainment. www.city
London Duck
cruises.com; www.
Tours
thamesclippers.com;
www.londonducktours.co.
uk; www.bateauxlondon.com
BIRD’S EYE VIEW
For a unique perspective of
the River Thames, see
it from the glass floor of Tower
Bridge, 42m above the waves.
Alternatively, climb the iconic O2 arena.
Up at The O2, which celebrates its fifth
birthday this year, gives thrillseekers
the chance to take a 90-minute guided
expedition over the roof of the arena. The
walkway is 52m above ground level and
380m long. At its steepest point the walkway
has an incline of 28° on the way up and 30°
on the way back down, and has a slight
bounce to it to mirror the surface of
the tent. www.towerbridge.org.uk;
www.theo2.co.uk
RIVERBANK BARS
SPLASH ABOUT
There are riverside pubs up and
See the Houses of Parliament and
down the Thames. Dating from
Tower Bridge on a four-hour
1520, The Prospect of Whitby in
Active360
kayaking trip with Kayak London, or
Wapping (closed 19-23 Sep) backs
paddleboard with Active360, which runs
on to the water. In the west, you’ll find
occasional guided tours around Kew Bridge The Ship in Mortlake. Built in 1781, its
(14 Sep). Or sign up for ThamesJet’s thrilling terrace overlooks the finish line of the Oxford
speedboat ride. www.kayakinglondon.com;
and Cambridge Boat Race.
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GERALD SCARFE
Gerald Scarfe has sketched everyone from Prince Charles to Pink
Floyd. Emma Levine interviews the artist who is redrawing London
t sounded complete nonsense to
me at the time,’ remarked Gerald
Scarfe, when the band Pink Floyd
asked him to create an animation
to accompany the album, film and
tour for The Wall in the late 1970s.
It’s not surprising that this seemed like an
out-of-the-blue request. The London-born Scarfe
has been best known for his sharp political
cartoons for more than half a century now.
In the true tradition of a caricature artist, his
work has been a constant commentary
on public figures, ever since his
first cartoons for the
satirical magazines Private
Eye and Punch in the 1960s.
‘When I first came to prominence,
they said I was the new Hogarth.
I could see what they meant,’ he
comments, referring to the English
18th-century satirical artist.
‘I believe it is important for satirical
art to be with us always. To be able
to question our leaders is a very
healthy state. I always think rather
like the old court jester, who was
able to poke fun at the king and was
able to make comments on behalf of the
common people. We have a great tradition
of satirical art in this country – examples
being Hogarth, Gillray, Cruikshank
and Rowlandson.’
“TO QUESTION
OUR LEADERS
IS HEALTHY”
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LONDON CAN’T GET ENOUGH OF HIM
London is celebrating Scarfe. The House of
Illustration hosts Gerald Scarfe: Stage and
Screen (from 22 Sep). It turns the spotlight
on the theatrical side of this artist, exploring
lesser-known designs, from Hercules to The
Nutcracker. The Victoria and Albert Museum’s
Pink Floyd: Their Mortal Remains (to 1 Oct)
includes exhibits and interviews about the
album and film The Wall.
‘Mostly I’m known for my political cartoons, but
as people will see I have entered many other
worlds: rock and roll, opera, ballet, animation
and theatre. This explores those areas –
bringing my drawings to life, bringing them
off the page and breathing life into them
through theatre and animation,’ he says.
SCARFE DOES MORE THAN JUST
POLITICAL DRAWING
Scarfe is something of a Renaissance
man, as demonstrated by his diverse
career. Not only his collaboration with
Pink Floyd – ‘They might be rock gods,
but to me they were just regular guys’
– but in 1994 Disney approached
him to design the characters and
sets for the animated film Hercules.
Later, Tchaikovsky’s ballet The
Nutcracker courted controversy
before it was staged at the London
Coliseum, when Scarfe designed
killer mice with gas masks,
brandishing Kalashnikovs. ‘It is
a great escape from drawing the
same wretched politicians over
and over,’ he comments.
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HE’S NICE TO HIS FANS!
As a precocious art student in 1987, I had the
pleasure of meeting my hero, Scarfe. While
studying his work, alongside other British
caricature art, I made an unannounced visit
to his west London home. He and his wife,
actress Jane Asher, welcomed me graciously
and showed me around his upstairs studio
where I was able to see his pieces.
The ever-imaginative Scarfe went 3D to create
one of my favourite pieces, Chairman Mao:
a sturdy, red leather armchair designed in the
form of the late Chinese leader, Chairman
Mao. It has overtones of Salvador Dali’s
sofa shaped like the mouth of Mae West
– although this has real bite to it.
HE HAS DRAWN THE
POLITICAL GREATS
He has attacked leaders with his
razor-sharp pen, mainly for The Sunday
Times for 44 years, from where he
recently retired. Nothing escapes his
scrutiny: one of his earliest pieces was
of Sir Winston Churchill looking frail in
the House of Commons in 1964. It was
deemed too controversial to publish in
The Times, but Private Eye put it on the
front cover when he died.
‘At the time I drew Churchill we, the
public, only knew his iconic image: the
bulldog with the cigar clenched within
his teeth facing the Hun from the white
cliffs of Dover. When
I went to draw him in
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Murals in
Scarfe’s Bar
the House of Commons, it was the first time
I’d seen him, the icon, as now a shambling,
senile wreck helped into the chamber of the
House of Commons by young MPs. It was
a shock to see what he’d become.’
Margaret Thatcher was often portrayed ‘with
a stabbing, aquiline nose, drooping eyes and a
small mouth, full of bloody incisors,’ he describes
in an interview. Tony Blair was portrayed as an
evil-looking Ronald McDonald. Scarfe’s work is
often grotesque, and sometimes even obscene.
NOT EVERYONE LIKES HIS WORK
‘The cartoonist’s job is to be as truthful as
possible. In Private Eye they encouraged
me to attack. I’m happy to draw some of
these characters as pigs, or demons, or
whatever – that’s my job,’
Scarfe says. ‘I should be able to
attack anybody – although that
can be difficult at the moment,’ he
added, making a sombre reference
to the attacks on the French satirical
newspaper Charlie Hebdo in 2015.
But do his cartoons always meet with
approval? Some people balk at his
creations, including readers, publishers
and the subjects themselves. In 2013,
The Sunday Times publisher Rupert
Murdoch was forced to apologise when
Scarfe’s blood-splattered cartoon of
Israeli prime minister Benjamin
Netanyahu was deemed by many
to have crossed the line.
On the other hand,
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GERALD SCARFE
A BAR HAS BEEN NAMED AFTER HIM
Rosewood London hotel in Holborn opened
Scarfe’s Bar in 2013 – he was commissioned to
paint caricatures of famous British figures on its
walls. Its figures range from a grinning Princess
Anne to a guitar-strumming Paul McCartney and
a pouting Mick Jagger. He’s just created cartoons
to accompany the bar’s cocktail menu featuring
David Beckham, Harry Potter and James Bond.
House of Illustration, 2 Granary Square, N1C 4BH.
T: 020-3696 2020. www.houseofillustration.org.uk;
Victoria and Albert Museum, Cromwell Rd,
SW7 2RL. T: 020-7942 2000. www.vam.ac.uk
FROM COMICS TO CARTOONS
THE CARTOON MUSEUM
SIR JOHN SOANE’S MUSEUM
Now in its 30th year, The Cartoon Museum The 18th-century satirical cartoonist
champions the best of British cartoon art. William Hogarth, dubbed ‘the grandfather
Temporary exhibitions showcase present- of satire’, is considered to be one of the
day artists, while its permanent
greatest English political cartoonists
collection features great masters
– the medium certainly wouldn’t
of the genre including Gillray,
have been the same without
William Hogarth’s
An Election: Chairing
Cruikshank and Hogarth.
him. His works, usually
the Member
www.cartoonmuseum.org
engravings and etchings,
were critical of London
THE BRITISH LIBRARY
society in a darkly
Satire is a worldwide genre,
humorous way. Tucked
as demonstrated by Comic
away in Sir John Soane’s
and Cartoon Art from the
Museum in Lincoln’s
Arabic World in The British
Inn Fields, you can see
Library’s Treasures Gallery.
his famous series of prints
Arab comics are examined,
from The Rake’s Progress,
from 19th-century Egyptian
which tells the story of Tom,
satirical press to contemporary graphic
who inherits his father’s fortune, before
novels. It sheds light on politics and society sinking it into a life of vice and
across the Arab world. www.bl.uk
destruction. www.soane.org
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as Scarfe comments: ‘I’ve had some politicians
write to me to ask for a copy of an offensive
cartoon I’ve done of them – maybe to hang up in
their toilet! Most prominent figures do not react
to their caricature, but perhaps they feel it is
beneath their dignity.’
But will there always be politicians who inspire
Scarfe to satirise? ‘The most memorable are
usually the wickedest – people like Richard Nixon,
Idi Amin, Enoch Powell, Tony Blair and George
Bush. And now there’s the frightful Donald Trump.’
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DISCOVER
SW2
Brixton
The Mayor of London’s #SeeMoreLondon campaign encourages you
to visit neighbourhoods. Sandra Brobbey shares her favourite spots
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Food
Brixton is a gastro
hotspot with pop-ups
and restaurants serving
cuisine from practically
every continent in the
world. Brixton Village,
also known as Granville
Arcade, has a wide
choice of eateries.
Senzala Creperies is
worth trying if you like
simple sweet or savoury
crêpes with a Brazilian
twist. If you enjoy
seafood, try spicy
offerings at Etta’s
Seafood Kitchen or
Fish, Wings & Tings.
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Culture
If you want to explore
the history and
influence of Britain’s
black community, the
Black Cultural Archives
is a great place to
start. The BCA hosts
exhibitions, walking
tours and talks on the
heritage of people of
African and Caribbean
descent in Britain.
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Cinema
A Brixton institution,
the Ritzy Picturehouse
is one of the UK’s
largest independent
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ILLUSTRATIONS
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diverse backgrounds
have shaped many
aspects of local life.
The area has strong
ties to the Caribbean,
with residents also
hailing from as far afield
as Africa, South Asia,
South America and
continental Europe.
In the early 1980s,
Brixton was regarded
by some as a no-go
zone. Fast-forward
three decades and it’s
a popular go-to area.
From its music to its
restaurants, here’s
why you should visit.
ALL IMAGES © ISTOCK
It’s the birthplace of
David Bowie, home of
one of London’s bestloved music venues
and the location of
Britain’s first cultural
centre dedicated to
black heritage.
Welcome to Brixton,
an eclectic and chaotic
south London area.
Just a seven-minute
Tube ride from Victoria
station in central
London, or around
30 minutes by bus from
Westminster, Brixton
has a culturally rich mix
of communities whose
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You can read Sandra
Brobbey’s blog,
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proscenium arch. As
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of independent films,
blockbusters and classic
movies, the cinema
hosts film festivals,
spoken word events
and Q&As with
filmmakers and actors
from around the globe.
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storytelling, check out
Spark London’s open
mic night here.
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Visit Greenwich this September for festivals, food and music
eptember is a time to make mellowing out
after a busy summer your main objective.
The trees are mellowing, the weather
is mellowing and if you’d like to be mellow
too, there’s no better way to start than with
a wonderful Sunday buffet brunch served with
bottomless Bellinis and a spectacular view at
the riverside Market Brasserie, InterContinental
London – The O2. Bottomless Bellinis! The hotel
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is just around the corner from the Emirates Air
Line cable car on Greenwich Peninsula, so you
could combine your lunch with a flight across
the river, and more outstanding views.
This September is also your last chance to catch
up with BB-8 and his pals at Star Wars: Identities
at The O2 (to 3 Sep). It’s an amazing exhibition of
backstage props, costumes and memorabilia from
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journey thrown in where you’ll find out who your
Star Wars character would be. Not too far away
are the wide open spaces of Blackheath and one
of the last of this summer’s family festivals.
OnBlackheath (9-10 Sep) is a celebration of music,
food and acts include The Libertines, De La Soul
and Travis. Autumn, you’re welcome!
Clockwise from top left: Emirates Air Line cable
car; OnBlackheath festival; Star Wars: Identities;
Market Brasserie at InterContinental London
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PAINTED HALL
CEILING TOURS
See the Painted Hall at the Old Royal Naval
College as you’ve never seen it before, on a
Ceiling Tour of this glorious roof that took
18 years to paint. While major conservation
work is going on, visitors can see the artwork
up close from specially designed scaffolding
60m high up.
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SIGHTSEEING
FESTIVAL FEVER
Experience a village fete in the
heart of London at Bermondsey
Street Festival (16 Sep). As well
as food and craft stalls and live
jazz, there is outdoor dancing,
maypole dancing and a dog show.
www.bermondseystreet
festival.org.uk
UNLOCKING
LONDON
As India celebrates its 70th
anniversary of independence
from Britain, the two countries
celebrate their cultural ties with
the UK/India Year of Culture.
Don’t miss the BFI’s India on
Film with screenings of films
from Bollywood to Tollywood,
exhibitions and events.
www.bfi.org.uk
MONKEY BUSINESS
Watch (or join) thousands of
people dressed up as gorillas
as they run through London.
The annual Great Gorilla Run
(16 Sep) is an 8km race that goes
through the city to raise funds and
awareness for the 900 mountain
gorillas left in the wild.
www.greatgorillarun.org
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open any door, but you
don’t even need a key to
take part in Open House
London (16-17 Sep; p. 50), a free
architecture and design festival.
The independent architecture
education organisation, OpenCity, has hosted the festival
since 1992, granting visitors
access to places that are not
usually open to the public.
Rory Olcayto, Open-City’s
director, says: ‘Open House
gives you the chance to explore
the city’s great buildings and
places that are usually off-limits.
From contemporary private
homes to super-tall skyscrapers
as well as hidden gems,
nothing is off-limits.’
In recent years, Crossrail
construction sites, embassies
and zero-carbon buildings
have taken part, as well as the
ArcelorMittal Orbit and archive
buildings in Kew Gardens.
More than 800 buildings are
taking part this year. The iconic
Tower 42 and 30 St Mary Axe
– better known as the Gherkin
(above) – are included again,
and you can also explore the
BT Tower and The Shard.
New for 2017 is a remodelled
Victorian railway cottage in
Wood Green, north London,
which has a moveable kitchen
to give residents’ flexibility
and a larger living area when
required. There’s also a 1980s
mews house in Camden that
has roof glazing above a winding
staircase, in the style of
a Moroccan riad.
Architects, engineers and
planners are on some sites to
answer your questions, while
children can do quiz trails and
get involved in architectural
model-making.
In addition to touring
the sites, you can enjoy free
bike rides, walks and tours
of construction sites and
regeneration projects.
– Sarah Riches
www.openhouselondon.org.uk
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SIGHTSEEING
ARCELORMITTAL ORBIT
This observation tower offers 20-mile views
over Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and beyond.
You can abseil down it or whizz down its tunnel
slide. Mon-Fri 11am-5pm; Sat-Sun 10am-6pm.
Adult £12.50; child £7.50. Queen Elizabeth Olympic
Park, E20 2SS. T: 0333-800 8099. www.arcelor
mittalorbit.com. Station: Stratford. Off map.
CUTTY SARK
This 19th-century ship is the world’s last surviving
tea clipper. Explore interactive displays on deck or
take part in a lively programme of family-friendly
events. Daily 10am-5pm. Adult £13.50; child £7.
Joint tickets with Royal Observatory available.
Cutty Sark, King William Walk, SE10 9HT.
T: 020-8312 6608. www.rmg.co.uk/cuttysark.
Station: Cutty Sark/Greenwich. Off map.
BANQUETING HOUSE
This 17th-century building was designed by
Inigo Jones for James I, with a painted ceiling
by Baroque artist Rubens. Daily 10am-1pm, but
check before visiting. Adult £6.50; child free.
Whitehall, SW1A 2ER. T: 020-3166 6000.
www.hrp.org.uk. Station: Westminster. E8.
DR JOHNSON’S HOUSE
Writer Dr Samuel Johnson compiled his
first English dictionary, published in 1755,
in this 18th-century period home. Please
check for staged performances, talks and tours.
Mon-Sat 11am-5.30pm. Adult £6; child £2.50.
17 Gough Square, EC4A 3DE. T: 020-7353 3745.
www.drjohnsonshouse.org. Station: Temple/
Chancery Lane. D9.
BUCKINGHAM PALACE
The London residence and principal workplace
of the monarchy has 775 rooms. To 1 Oct:
The State Rooms. Tour the 19 magnificent state
rooms and see the Royal Gifts exhibition.
Daily 9am-7.30pm. Adult £23; child £13.
The Mall, SW1A 1AA. T: 0303-123 7300.
www.royalcollection.org.uk. Station: Victoria/
Green Park. F6/F7.
CHANGING THE GUARD
Watch the changing of the Queen’s Guard on the
palace’s forecourt (except in very wet weather).
The New Guard, who during the ceremony become
the Queen’s Guard, march to Buckingham Palace
from Wellington Barracks. Free. From 10am; check
for dates. Buckingham Palace, The Mall, SW1A
1AA. T: 0303-123 7300. www.householddivision.
org.uk. Station: Victoria/Green Park. F6/F7.
CHELSEA PHYSIC GARDEN
London’s oldest botanic garden was founded in
1673 as the Apothecaries’ Garden. Adult £10.50;
child £6.95. Check for times. 66 Royal Hospital Rd,
SW3 4HS. T: 020-7352 5646. www.chelseaphysic
garden.co.uk. Station: Sloane Square. Off map.
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Our
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A new outdoor sculpture exhibition,
Sculpt at Kew, is coming to Royal Botanic
Gardens, Kew (from 18 Sep; p. 32). Original
artwork made from marble, stone, bronze,
ceramics and glass will be dotted along an
outdoor trail that winds around the grounds.
Expect to see pieces by the contemporary
sculptor Simon Gudgeon, life-sized animals
by Piers Mason and Hamish Mackie and
figurative art by Paul Vanstone. Highlights
include a bronze woman hanging on to an
umbrella in the wind (above), two boys sitting
in a trio of steel rings and turtles swimming
through kelp. All the art is for sale – just
don’t expect it to fit in your suitcase.
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THE BRITISH LIBRARY
The world’s largest library also has temporary
exhibitions and a great permanent collection.
To 19 Sep: Gay UK: Love, Law
and Liberty. Exhibition marking the changes in
gay culture since the 1895 trial of Oscar Wilde.
Check for times. Admission free; charges for
tours, some events and exhibitions. 96 Euston
Rd, NW1 2DB. T: 0330-333 1144. www.bl.uk.
Station: King’s Cross. C7.
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SIGHTSEEING
FULHAM PALACE
This attractive 15th-century building was the
summer retreat of the Bishops of London. Now
it’s a museum with gardens, a café and art gallery.
20 Sep: La La Land. Outdoor screening with
The Luna Cinema. 21 Sep: The Great Gatsby.
Outdoor screening. Check for times. Admission
free, charges for special events. Bishop’s Avenue,
SW6 6EA. T: 020-7736 3233. www.fulham
palace.org. Station: Putney Bridge. Off map.
GO APE ALEXANDRA PALACE
Treetop obstacle course at a palace atop a hill,
which has beautiful views of London. There’s a
boating lake nearby. Daily from 9am. Adult from
£33; child from £25. Alexandra Palace, Alexandra
Palace Way, N22 7AY. T: 0330-057 2329. www.go
ape.co.uk. Station: Alexandra Palace. Off map.
HMS BELFAST
Permanently moored on the River
Thames, this ship is Europe’s only surviving
World War II cruiser. In service until 1965,
it’s now a reminder of Britain’s naval heritage.
Daily 10am-6pm. Adult £14.50; child £7.25.
The Queen’s Walk, off Tooley St, SE1 2JH.
T: 020-7940 6300. www.iwm.org.uk. Station:
London Bridge. E11.
HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT
The site of Parliament since 1265 and still a
royal palace, the current building including Big
Ben was built in the 19th century. Tours every
Sat; 1 Sep and Tue-Fri from 15 Sep. Advance:
audio tour adult £18.50, child £7.50 (first child
free); guided tour adult £25.50, child £11. On
the day audio tour adult £20.50, child £8.50
(first child free); guided tour adult £28, child
£12. Palace of Westminster, Parliament Square,
SW1A 0AA T: 020-7219 4114. www.parliament.
uk/visit. Station: Westminster. F8.
Hot
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GO APE BATTERSEA PARK
Make like a monkey at this treetop adventure
playground, which is suitable for children over six
and adults. Daily from 8.30am. Adult £35; child
£27. Battersea Park, SW11 4NJ. T: 0330-057 2329.
www.goape.co.uk. Station: Battersea Park. Off map.
GOLDEN HINDE II
A full-size reconstruction of Sir
Francis Drake’s 16th-century vessel, in which
he circumnavigated the globe. Look out for regular
family events. Daily 10am-5.30pm. Guided tour
adult £7; child £5. 1 Pickfords Wharf, Clink St,
SE1 9DG. T: 020-7403 0123. www.golden
hinde.com. Station: London Bridge. E10.
HAM HOUSE AND GARDENS
One of Europe’s greatest 17th-century houses, with
gardens that are said to be haunted. Check for
times. Adult £10.80; child £5.40. Ham St, Surrey,
TW10 7RS. T: 020-8940 1950. www.national
trust.org.uk. Station: Richmond. Off map.
HANDEL & HENDRIX IN LONDON
See the former homes of Anglo-German composer
George Frideric Handel and American guitarist
Jimi Hendrix. There are regular events, including
recitals. Mon-Sat 11pm-6pm. Adult £10; child
£5. 25 Brook St, W1K 4HB. T: 020-7495 1685.
www.handelhouse.org. Station: Bond Street. D6.
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LONDONROCKS
Half a century after the legendary guitarist
Jimi Hendrix first arrived in London, the
museum Handel & Hendrix in London
is celebrating the star’s career with tours
and a one-off night out. Hendrix arrived in
the capital in September 1966, and within
hours he had performed solo on a borrowed
guitar at an impromptu gig at The Scotch
of St James in Mayfair. Hendrix at The
Scotch (23 Sep) celebrates the star with
a night of Hendrix-inspired cocktails and
live bands. Fans can also join London Rock
Tours’ tours twice a day.
JIMI HENDRIX © BARRIE WENTZELL
ELTHAM PALACE & GARDENS
The former home of King Henry VIII is part
showpiece of Art Deco design and part medieval
royal palace. Check for prices and times. Court
Yard, SE9 5QE. T: 020-8294 2548. www.englishheritage.org.uk/eltham. Station: Eltham. Off map.
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THE JEWEL TOWER
Built around 1365 to house Edward III’s treasures.
Please check for prices and times. Abingdon St,
SW1P 3JX. T: 020-7222 2219. www.englishheritage.org.uk. Station: Westminster. F8.
ZSL LONDON ZOO
The world’s oldest scientific zoo has
more than 750 species. As well as an aquarium,
penguin beach and endangered Sumatran tigers,
you can see the Land of the Lions enclosure.
17 Sep: London Zoo Stampede. A 5km and 10km
race. Daily 10am-6pm. Adult £29.75; child £22.
Regent’s Park, NW1 4RY. T: 020-7722 3333.
www.zsl.org. Station: Camden Town. C6.
KENSINGTON PALACE
This royal residence sits in Kensington Gardens
and was Princess Diana’s last home. Diana: Her
Fashion Story. A long-term exhibition about the
MADAME TUSSAUDS
style of Princess Diana (p. 34). Daily, check for
Celebrated home of life-sized wax
times. Adult £17; child free. Kensington Gardens,
W8 4PX. T: 0844-482 7777. www.hrp.org.uk. Station: figures depicting famous people from the worlds
of entertainment, politics, sport and history.
High Street Kensington/Queensway. Off map.
Don’t miss the Star Wars exhibition and Alien
Escape, a new exhibit. Joint tickets with SEA
KIDZANIA LONDON
Three times the size of Trafalgar
LIFE London, London Dungeon, London Eye and
Square, KidZania has two storeys of everything Shrek’s Adventure! available. Check for times.
a child could want including TV and animation
Adult £35; child £30. Marylebone Rd, NW1 5LR.
studios, a pit lane and an aviation academy
T: 0871-894 3000. www.madametussauds.com/
(p. 32) Daily from 10am, check for closing times. london. Station: Baker Street. C6.
Adult from £15; child from £19. Westfield
London Shopping Centre, Ariel Way, W12 7GA.
T: 0330-131 3333. www.london.kidzania.com.
Station: Shepherd’s Bush. Map inset.
THE LONDON DUNGEON
This thrilling attraction whisks you back to the
capital’s most perilous past. See, hear, feel and
smell the characters of the ‘bad old days’ as they
come to life before you. Not for small children or
the faint-hearted! Joint tickets with SEA LIFE
London, Coca-Cola London Eye, Madame
Tussauds and Shrek’s Adventure! available. Check
for times and prices. County Hall, Westminster
Bridge Rd, SE1 7PB. T: 020-7654 0809. www.the
dungeons.com. Station: Waterloo/Embankment. F8.
COCA-COLA LONDON EYE
This London icon is one of the world’s largest
observation wheels. Joint tickets with SEA LIFE
London, London Dungeon, Madame Tussauds
and Shrek’s Adventure! available. Please check
for times and prices. County Hall, Westminster
Bridge Rd, SE1 7PB. T: 0871-781 3000.
www.londoneye.com. Station: Waterloo. F8.
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CASTLES IN THE SKY
Visitors to Windsor Castle shouldn’t miss
Conquer the Tower (to 30 Sep; p. 52), a daily
guided tour of the fortress’s 800-year-old
Round Tower. Your guide takes you up the
200 steps to the top of the huge landmark,
from which you’ll have a close-up view of
the castle’s flagpole, which flies the Royal
Standard when the Queen is in residence,
and the Union Flag when she’s elsewhere.
You can also enjoy glorious views of parkland,
the River Thames and Windsor town below,
while in the distance you can spot London’s
skyline and neighbouring counties. During
your visit, make sure you explore the
castle’s grounds, which include the Lower
Ward, home to the medieval St George’s
Chapel and residences of the Military
Knights of Windsor.
WINDSOR CASTLE © PETER PACKER/THE ROYAL COLLECTION/HER MAJESTY QUEEN ELIZABETH II
LONDON BRIDGE EXPERIENCE & TOMBS
An exciting history lesson on the past of the
1,700-year-old London Bridge site. Special effects
and actors bring this scary attraction to life.
Tickets also include the London Tombs, under
the bridge, which are in a former plague pit.
Check for times and prices. 2-4 Tooley St, SE1
2SY. T: 020-7403 6333. www.thelondonbridge
experience.com. Station: London Bridge. E10.
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THE O2
Entertainment complex in Greenwich.
To 3 Sep: Star Wars Identities.
As you browse 200 original sketches, models
and props from the popular film franchise,
you’ll be asked questions about your personality
– to reveal which Star Wars character you
most identify with. Mon-Sat 10am-6pm.
Tickets £10-£25. Peninsula Square, SE10 0DX.
T: 020-8463 2000. www.theo2.co.uk.
Station: North Greenwich. Map inset.
OLD ROYAL NAVAL COLLEGE
This Baroque masterpiece, part of the Maritime
Greenwich World Heritage Site, is the home of
British naval training, with costumed characters
and tours. Don’t miss the magnificent ceiling
in the Painted Hall. During the conservation
project, you can see the ceiling up close on an
hour-long tour from an observation deck (adult
£10; child £5). Check for guided tours. Daily
10am-5pm. Admission free. King William Walk,
SE10 9NN. T: 020-8269 4799. www.ornc.org.
Station: Cutty Sark/Greenwich. Map inset.
QUEEN ELIZABETH OLYMPIC PARK
Formerly the site of the London 2012 Olympic
and Paralympic Games, this park includes an
aquatics centre and the ArcelorMittal Orbit.
Check for sporting events. Park open 24 hours
daily. Admission free. Queen Elizabeth Olympic
Park, E20 2ST. T: 0800-072 2110.
www.queenelizabetholympicpark.
co.uk. Station: Stratford. Off map.
RIPLEY’S BELIEVE
IT OR NOT!
This curiosity-filled museum with
more than 700 artefacts is a hit across
the globe. Explore a range of oddities
over six floors, from a shrunken head
to an albino alligator. Daily 10ammidnight. Adult £27.99; child £20.99.
1 Piccadilly Circus, W1J 0DA. T: 0203238 0022. www.ripleyslondon.com.
Station: Piccadilly Circus. E7.
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ROYAL BOTANIC GARDENS, KEW
Better known as Kew Gardens, this botanical
research centre and World Heritage Site contains
plants from across the globe, with Victorian
tropical greenhouses and a Chinese pagoda.
The Treetop Walkway offers great views while
you can also experience The Hive, an enormous
aluminium structure modelled on a beehive
surrounded by wildflowers. Buzzing and lights
play inside it in response to a real beehive. Don’t
miss Kew Palace, kitchens and garden, King
George III’s former home. Admission is free with
Kew Gardens tickets. 6 Sep: Pulp Fiction. Outdoor
screening. 7 Sep: Grease. Outdoor screening.
Daily from 10am, please check for closing times.
From 18 Sep: Sculpt at Kew. Outdoor
sculpture trail (p. 26). Adult £15; child £3.50;
charges for special exhibitions. Royal Botanic
Gardens, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, TW9 3AB.
T: 020-8332 5655. www.kew.org. Station: Kew
Gardens. Off map.
THE ROYAL MEWS
Built by John Nash in 1825, this beautiful part of
Buckingham Palace houses the Queen’s vehicles
and horses, including the Diamond Jubilee State
Coach. Witness daily life and learn about the
mews’ history. Mon-Sat 10am-5pm. Adult £10;
child £5.80. Buckingham Palace Rd, SW1W 1QH.
T: 0303-123 7302. www.royalcollection.org.uk.
Station: Victoria. F6.
THE ROYAL OBSERVATORY
The home of Greenwich Mean Time and
London’s only planetarium,
which has regular astronomy
workshops and observatory
tours. You can learn about
time in the Peter Harrison
Galleries and watch
planetarium shows throughout
the day. The Sky Tonight.
Daily planetarium show
that explores the Moon,
constellations, planets and
deep space objects. Meridian
Line and Observatory daily
10am-5pm. Adult £9.50; child
£5. Blackheath Avenue, SE10 8XJ.
T: 020-8858 4422. www.rmg.co.uk.
Station: Greenwich/Maze Hill/
Cutty Sark. Map inset.
Children can try out different
careers at KidZania (p. 30)
PHOTO OF BOY COURTESY OF KIDZANIA
THE MONUMENT
This beautiful stone column standing in the heart
of the City was built in 1677 to commemorate the
1666 Great Fire of London. Climb the 311 steps
to its observation gallery. Daily 9.30am-6pm.
Adult £4.50; child £2.30. Joint tickets with the
Tower Bridge Exhibition available. Monument St,
EC3R 6BD. T: 020-7626 2717. www.themonument.
org.uk. Station: Monument. E10.
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St Paul’s Cathedral
This icon was the tallest
building in London until 1967,
and is where Prince Charles
and Princess Diana wed
Westminster Abbey
Geoffrey Chaucer and Charles
Dickens are buried here.
The Duke and Duchess of
Cambridge got married here
SEA LIFE LONDON
One of Europe’s largest aquariums with
500 species of global marine life and walkthrough tank tunnels. Ocean Invaders:
Enter the World of Jellyfish. Get up close to a
swarm of jellyfish at this permanent exhibition.
You can also snorkel with sharks (from £80
including admission). Please check for times
and prices. Joint tickets with Coca-Cola
London Eye, London Dungeon, Madame
Tussauds and Shrek’s Adventure! available.
County Hall, Westminster Bridge Rd, SE1 7PB.
T: 0333-321 2001. www.sealife.co.uk/london.
Station: Westminster/Waterloo. F8.
SHREK’S ADVENTURE!
Ride the 4D ‘DreamWorks Tours’ bus to step into
live fairytale-themed shows where you meet the
characters from the films. Joint tickets with
Coca-Cola London Eye, London Dungeon,
Madame Tussauds and SEA LIFE
London available. Please check for
times. Adult £27.50; child £22.
Riverside Building, County Hall,
Westminster Bridge Rd, SE1 7PB.
T: 0871-221 2837. www.shreks
adventure.com. Station: Waterloo. F8.
18 STAFFORD TERRACE
From 8 Sep: This late-Victorian
townhouse gives an insight into
the personal lives of cartoonist
Edward Linley Sambourne. Wed,
Sat-Sun pre-booked tours 11am,
drop in 2pm-5.30pm. Adult from
£7; child from £5. 18 Stafford
Terrace, W8 7BH. T: 020-7602 3316.
www.rbkc.gov.uk. Station: High
Street Kensington. Off map.
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ST MARTIN-IN-THE-FIELDS
Landmark Palladian church with tours,
a brass-rubbing centre and live classical
music (some free). Holy Communion given
daily and classical music performed weekly
by candlelight. Please check for opening times.
Admission free; brass rubbing from £4.50.
Trafalgar Square, WC2N 4JJ. T: 020-7766 1100.
www.stmartin-in-the-fields.org. Station:
Charing Cross. E8.
ST PAUL’S CATHEDRAL
Sir Christopher Wren’s 300-year-old cathedral
has stunning mosaics. Climb up the dome to the
Whispering Gallery – it gets its name from a
quirk in its construction, which makes a whisper
against its walls audible on the opposite side.
Climb a further 271 steps to the Golden Gallery
for a classic London panorama. Then head down
to the crypt, with its monuments to Wren and
Lord Nelson. Don’t miss Oculus: An Eye into St
Paul’s, a 270-degree film experience, for an
excellent overview. Free tours. Mon-Sat
8.30am-4.30pm. Adult £18; child £8. St Paul’s
Churchyard, EC4M 8AD. T: 020-7246 8350.
www.stpauls.co.uk. Station: St Paul’s. D9/10.
TOWER BRIDGE EXHIBITION
This breathtaking bridge, designed in 1884, is
one of London’s most famous landmarks (not
to be confused with its less grand
neighbour, London Bridge).
You can also tour the engine
rooms with a knowledgeable
guide and take a yoga class
on the glass walkways, 42m
above the River Thames.
Joint tickets with The
Monument available. Daily
10am-5.30pm. Please check
for prices and bridge lift
times. Tower Bridge Rd,
SE1 2UP. T: 020-7403 3761.
www.towerbridge.org.uk.
Station: Tower Hill. E11.
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ST JAMES’S PALACE
One of London’s oldest palaces, constructed in
the 14th century and home to royalty for three
centuries. Palace and house closed to the public.
Marlborough Rd, SW1A 1BS. www.royal.gov.uk.
Station: St James’s Park. E7.
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TOWER OF LONDON
This historic landmark includes the
Bloody Tower, Traitors’ Gate and the Jewel
House, home of the Crown Jewels. Enjoy free
guided tours by ‘Beefeaters’ (Yeoman Warders).
Book ahead online to attend the nightly Ceremony
of the Keys, which dates back to 1340 (tickets are
free). Defend the Tower. Live re-enactment
where visitors must help our heroic guards
defend the castle against its most dangerous
enemies. Tue-Sat 9am-5.30pm; Sun-Mon
10am-5.30pm. Adult £21.50; child £9.70. Tower
Hill, EC3N 4AB. T: 0844-482 7799. www.hrp.org.
uk/tower-of-london. Station: Tower Hill. E11.
UP AT THE O2
Prepare for an unforgettable 90-minute
experience which will take you on an uplifting
expedition across the roof of The O2. From the
viewing platform at the top you can enjoy
spectacular 360-degree views of the River
Thames, Emirates Air Line, Canary Wharf and
beyond. Please check for times and wheelchair
access. From £30. The O2, Peninsula Square,
SE10 0DX. T: 020-8463 2680. www.theo2.co.uk.
Station: North Greenwich. Map inset.
THE VAULT
Located under the old Coutts Bank, this vault
was originally used to protect the Queen’s
treasures. Now part of the Hard Rock Cafe, it’s
home to iconic rock ‘n’ roll memorabilia from
around the world, previously owned by famous
musicians. Don’t miss the Jean Paul Gaultier
bustier from Madonna’s Blond Ambition tour
and Elvis Presley’s coat. Daily 11.30am-10.30pm.
Admission free. Hard Rock Cafe London, 150 Old
Park Lane, W1K 1QZ. T: 020-7514 1700. www.hard
rock.com. Station: Hyde Park Corner. E6.
THE VIEW FROM THE SHARD
Ascend the tallest building in Western Europe
in a high-speed ‘kaleidoscopic’ lift. At 309m,
on a clear day you can see as far as Windsor –
and if you can’t see four major landmarks you
can visit again for free! If you pre-book you
can also do yoga every Sat 8.30am (£45).
It also hosts silent discos every Sat 10pm.
Daily 10am-10pm. Advance adult £25.95, child
£19.95; on the day adult £30.95, child £24.95.
32 London Bridge St, SE1 9SG. T: 0844-499 7111.
www.theviewfromtheshard.com.
Station: London Bridge. E10.
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WARNER BROS STUDIO TOUR LONDON
Explore behind the scenes of the
legendary Harry Potter films in The Making
of Harry Potter tour. Visitors can witness iconic
sets including the Great Hall, Hagrid’s Hut,
Diagon Alley and a recreation of Platform 9¾.
It provides a fascinating insight into filmmaking.
To 27 Sep: Wizarding Wardrobes.
See thousands of costumes, from Hogwarts’ school
robes to Hermione’s Yule Ball gown. Please
check for times. Adult £39; child £31. Booking
is essential. Studio Tour Drive, Leavesden,
Hertfordshire, WD25 7LS. T: 0845-084 0900.
www.wbstudiotour.co.uk. Station: Euston to
Watford Junction, then shuttle bus. Off map.
WELLINGTON ARCH
Climb to the viewing galleries of this
magnificent arch for panoramic views over
the Royal Parks and the Houses of Parliament.
Look out for regular exhibitions and events.
Joint tickets available with Apsley House.
Daily 10am-5pm. Adult £4.70; child £2.80.
Apsley Way, Hyde Park Corner, W1J 7JZ.
T: 020-7930 2726. www.english-heritage.org.uk.
Station: Hyde Park Corner. F6.
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WESTMINSTER ABBEY
Consecrated in 1065, this abbey is the crowning
and burial site of most English monarchs. It also
houses Poets’ Corner, the burial place of Charles
Dickens and other famous writers. 18 Sep:
Excellent Women – Dorothy L Sayers: Christ
and the Detective. Part of a series of lectures on
significant British women novelists of faith focuses
on the crime writer. Mon-Sat, please check for
times. Adult £22; child £9. 20 Dean’s Yard,
SW1P 3PA. T: 020-7222 5152. www.westminsterabbey.org. Station: Westminster/St James’s
Park. F7.
RIVER TRIPS
CIRCULAR CRUISE WESTMINSTER
Hop-on hop-off sightseeing service from
Westminster Pier. Boats depart every 40 minutes
for Embankment, Festival, Bankside and
St Katharine’s piers (for Tower of London),
returning non-stop to Westminster. To 3 Sep
11am-6pm; from 4 Sep daily 11am-5pm. Adult
single £10, return £14; child single £5, return
£7. Westminster Pier, Victoria Embankment,
SW1A 2JH. T: 020-7936 2033. www.circular
cruise.london. Station: Westminster. F8.
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CITY CRUISES
Daily guided sightseeing tours on the Thames
between Westminster, Waterloo, Tower and
Greenwich piers. River Red Rover is an all-day
hop-on, hop-off sightseeing service. Thames
Circular Cruise is a sightseeing service from Tower
Pier or Bankside Pier to Westminster and back.
London Showboat cabaret cruise includes a meal
and live music Fri-Sat. Please check for times
and prices. Departure points vary. T: 020-7740
0400. www.citycruises.com.
LONDON DUCK TOURS
See some of London’s best-loved
sights on land before a thrilling splashdown on
the Thames. Adult £27; child £19. 55 York Rd,
SE1 7NJ. T: 020-7928 3132. www.london
ducktours.co.uk. Station: Waterloo. F8.
LONDON EYE RIVER CRUISE
Live commentary on a 40-minute sightseeing
river cruise. Daily 10.45am-7.45pm. Adult £13.15;
child £6.50. Discounted joint tickets with the
London Eye available. London Eye Pier,
South Bank, SE1 7PB. T: 0871-781 3000.
www.londoneye.com. Station: Waterloo. E8.
MBNA THAMES CLIPPERS
The fastest and most frequent fleet on the river,
with departures from major London piers every
20 minutes. The boats set off from 20 piers
across the capital. Oyster cards are valid. River
Roamer hop-on and hop-off adult £18.50; child
£9.25. Departure points vary. T: 020-7001 2200.
www.thamesclippers.com.
THAMES RIVER SERVICES
This hop-on, hop-off service with live audio
commentary departs from Westminster Pier to
Greenwich/Thames Barrier 10am-4pm; from
St Katharine’s to Greenwich/Thames Barrier
10.20pm-4.20pm. Check for prices (35 per cent
online discount Mon-Fri). Westminster Pier,
Victoria Embankment, SW1A 2JH. T: 020-7930
4097. www.thamesriverservices.london. Station:
Westminster. F8.
THAMESJET
Try this 50-minute adrenaline-fuelled speedboat
ride for sightseeing, speed and aquabatics. Departs
from Westminster Pier. From 11am. Adult from
£39; child from £29. Departure points vary.
T: 020-7740 0400. www.thamesjet.com.
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TOURS & GUIDED WALKS
BILLINGSGATE ROMAN HOUSE & BATHS
BIG BUS TOURS
Beneath the cobbled pathways of the Square
Daily sightseeing trips aboard a fleet of openMile lies a rich Roman history that’s survived
top double-decker buses. You can hop-on and
2,000 years of building, fires and bombings. The
hop-off the bus as many times as you want.
Billingsgate Roman Bathhouse was discovered
There are more than 50 stops by the city’s
in 1848, and is now open to the public. Explore
best attractions – plus buses every 10 to 15
this fascinating insight into ancient life in the
minutes – so you can rejoin the tour when
City on a 45-minute guided tour and discover
you are ready. Listen to live Englishthe remains of the Roman Bathhouse
speaking tour guides, or choose
which lies hidden beneath offices.
recorded commentary in
£8 adult; £6 child. Please check for
12 languages. Tickets are valid for
times. 101 Lower Thames St, EC3R
Westminster
Abbey’s Poets’
24 hours. A one-day orientation
6DL. www.museumoflondon.org.uk.
Corner is a burial
tour includes three walking tours.
Station: Tower Hill. E11.
site, which contains
Adult £35; child £18. Departure
the graves of
points vary. T: 020-7808 6753.
CAPITAL TAXI TOURS
Chaucer and
www.bigbustours.com.
A Blue Badge or City of London
Dickens
qualified guide drives you around in
BIG BUS WALKING TOURS
a taxi for up to five people. Choose from
Choose from three guided walking tours: Royal
London tours by day or night, trips outside the
London; Harry Potter and Haunting Mysteries.
city and themed tours including a Downton
All take 90 minutes to two hours. £5, or free
Abbey and Doctor Who tour – on the tour you’ll
with a Big Bus Tour. Daily 11am. Depart from
see a Tardis and locations from popular
Big Bus stop six, Trafalgar Square, WC2N 5DN.
TV series. Prices vary and are per taxi.
T: 020-7808 6753. www.bigbustours.com.
Departure points vary. T: 020-8590 3621.
Station: Charing Cross.
www.capitaltaxitours.co.uk.
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EVAN EVANS
The oldest and largest sightseeing company
in London has been accompanying visitors on
city tours and out-of-town excursions since
1930. Visit everywhere from Warwick Castle
and Stratford-upon-Avon to Stonehenge and
Bath, as well as all of the London sights. Please
check for times and prices. Departure points vary.
T: 020-7950 1777. www.evanevanstours.com.
GOLDEN TOURS
From day excursions to overnight city breaks, the
London experts offer quality tour experiences
from London to locations such as Stonehenge,
Windsor Castle and Leeds Castle. The company
offers an unrivalled range of tours and services.
Check for times and prices. Departure points
vary. T: 020-7630 2039. www.goldentours.com.
JACK THE RIPPER TOURS
Blue Badge Guide Richard Jones of London
Walking Tours devised these two-hour walks,
offering an intriguing look at the serial killer.
Numbers are limited in order to give
participants a better experience. Booking
essential. Daily 7pm outside Exit 4. £10. Aldgate
East Underground station. T: 020-8530 8443.
www.jack-the-ripper-tour.com. Station: Aldgate
East. Off map.
THE LONDON HELICOPTER TOUR
Discover the capital from the unique perspective
of a helicopter, with its uninterrupted views of
the city. Departing from London’s only heliport,
in Battersea, you can glide above the Thames,
taking in iconic landmarks including the Tower
of London, St Paul’s Cathedral and The Shard.
Choose from the 12-minute Buzz, 18-minute
GOLDEN TOURS OPEN-TOP BUS TOURS
Sights, 30-minute Max tour or be brave and
See the sights aboard an open-top bus. Live
opt for an 18-minute ‘open door’ ride (£400
guided (Essential Tour) or multilingual audio
per person). Prices start at £150 per seat for a
commentary (all routes) tours let you hop-on
shared tour. The POD Building, Bridges Court,
and hop-off. One-day, 24-hour and 48-hour
SW11 2RE. T: 020-7887 2626. www.thelondon
tickets. Please check for prices. Departure points helicopter.com. Station: Clapham Junction.
vary. T: 020-7630 2039. www.goldentours.com.
Off map.
LOSE YOURSELF
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SEE INSIDE THE WORLD FAMOUS ROYAL ALBERT HALL
GROUPS 15+
Special rates
apply
MAKE THE MOST OF YOUR VISIT
End your tour with a luxurious afternoon tea
food & drink by
Call: 020 7589 8212
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LONDON HORROR TOURS
Be spooked by creepy ghost stories and tales of
Jack the Ripper, Sweeney Todd, the Kray Twins
and other baddies on these tours run by Dr Jack,
an actor, entertainer and guide. Visit its Facebook
page for more information, and call for times and
prices. T: 07722-247660. Departure points vary.
LONDON WALKS
London’s oldest walking tour company offers
more than 300 walks. Each take around two
hours, departure points vary and there’s no
need to book. As well as Jack the Ripper, Harry
Potter and ghost walks, you can join a Secret
Village walk around St Paul’s and Clerkenwell.
Adult £10; child free when accompanied by
an adult. Mon 2.30pm. Departure points vary.
T: 020-7624 3978. www.walks.com.
LONDON LITERARY PUB CRAWL
See where the giants of the London literary
world ate, drank and worked. This
unique tour, which starts in Fitzrovia
ORIGINAL LONDON
and ends in Soho, includes pubs and
SIGHTSEEING WALK
Jack the Ripper is
thought to have been These informative walks depart
bars associated with classic and
a doctor or butcher,
contemporary writers. Thur & Sat.
daily from the Original London
as the killings show
Tickets £24. 12 Fouberts Place,
Visitor Centre. Choose from
a knowledge
off Carnaby St, W1F 7PA. T: 020Changing the Guard at 10am,
of human
8090 5082. www.londonliterarypub
Rock‘n’Roll at 1pm, and Jack the
anatomy
crawl.com. Station: Oxford Circus. D7.
Ripper at 3.30pm (from Tower Hill
Station). £9.50 per walk, or free with
LONDON TAILORED TOURS
an Original London Sightseeing Tour.
Private tours for small groups, run by
An Explore Walks Pass, which grants access
Londoners. Themed tours include Borough
to all three walks over a 48-hour period, costs
Market, fashion, Brick Lane, boys and girls!
£19. 17-19 Cockspur St, SW1Y 5BL. T: 020-8877
Please check for times and prices. T: 020-3289
1722. www.theoriginaltour.com.
0542. www.londontailoredtours.com.
Station: Charing Cross. E7.
J ACK THE RIPPER TOUR S
A WALK WORTH INVESTIGATING
“...this is an eerie, historical site... and, without a single
prop, Richard Jones succeeds in conjuring more potent
memories out of the area than from a neighbourhood
full of palaces...” The Sunday Times
SEE IT ONLINE BEFORE YOU BOOK
You can follow a step by step guide to our route, read the full Jack
the Ripper story and watch videos on our website BEFORE you
take the walk:
www.rippertour.com
We are the only Jack the Ripper Walk to limit the number of
participants so booking is essential.
TO BOOK YOUR PLACE PLEASE VISIT OUR WEBSITE
WWW.RIPPERTOUR.COM or TEL: 020 8530 8443
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On our walk we show you original Victorian photographs of the
streets through which you are walking as they were in 1888.
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THE ORIGINAL TOUR
With more than 65 years’ experience, these live
and multilingual open-top guided bus tours take
you to the city’s best attractions, allowing you
to hop-on and hop-off at more than 80 stops. Its
original 24-hour tour includes three free walking
tours and a Thames River cruise pass. 24-hour
adult £32, child £15; 48-hour adult £42, child
£20. 17-19 Cockspur St, Trafalgar Square,
SW1Y 5BL. T: 020-8877 1722. www.theoriginal
tour.com. Station: Charing Cross. E7.
SHAKESPEARE’S GLOBE
This reconstruction of Shakespeare’s original
Elizabethan Globe Theatre has the city’s only
thatched roof, while the Sam Wanamaker
Playhouse is a candlelit performance space. Daily,
check for times. Exhibition and Globe theatre tour
adult £16; child £9. 21 New Globe Walk, Bankside,
SE1 9DT. T: 020-7902 1400. www.shakespeares
globe.com. Station: Blackfriars. E10.
ROYAL ALBERT HALL TOURS
Take a one-hour Grand Tour of this Victorian
concert hall. Most days throughout the year; call
for times. Adult £13.75; child £6.75. Kensington
Gore, SW7 2AP. T: 020-7959 0558. www.royal
alberthall.com. Station: South Kensington. F4.
WEMBLEY STADIUM TOURS
Go behind the scenes at this famous football
stadium and concert venue. The 75-minute tour
takes you inside the dressing rooms and through
the players’ tunnel. From 10am; check for dates.
Adult £20; child £12. Wembley Stadium, HA9 0WS.
T: 0800-169 9933. www.wembleystadium.com/
wembley-tours. Station: Wembley Park. Off map.
SEE LONDON BY NIGHT TOUR
Ride around the West End and City in the evening
for a different view of the capital. Departures from
outside The Ritz. Daily 7.30pm, 8pm, 8.30pm,
9.15pm, 9.45pm & 10.15pm. Adult £18; child £10.
150 Piccadilly, W1J 9BR. T: 020-7183 4744.
www.seelondonbynight.com. Station: Green Park. E6.
YONDA
You’ll feel like a local as you drive a car around
sights and little-known streets. The car is fitted
with technology that gives you directions on the
satnav and commentary. Congestion Charge is
included in the price. £60 per 90-minute tour.
T: 020-3621 5662. www.goyonda.com.
See some of London’s best loved sights such as Big Ben, Westminster Abbey and
Buckingham Palace before the splashdown onto the River Thames! We're one of the top bus
(and boat) tours in London. Just ask Trip Advisor!
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OPEN HOUSE LONDON
16-17 Sep: An annual city-wide architecture
and design festival (p. 24) grants you access
to over 750 buildings, some of which are not
usually open to the public. Various locations.
www.openhouselondon.org.uk.
TOP VIEWS OF LONDON
London Helicopter Tours
These tours take off from
Battersea and offer an
unrivalled bird’s-eye view
of the city
OUT OF TOWN
BLENHEIM PALACE
See three centuries of treasures at this Baroque
palace, the birthplace of Winston Churchill. Palace
daily 10.30am-5.30pm; park daily 9am-6pm; formal
gardens 10.30am-6pm. Adult £24.90; child £13.90.
Woodstock, Oxfordshire, OX20 1PP. T: 01993810530. www.blenheimpalace.com. Station:
Paddington to Oxford, then bus S3. Off map.
The View from The Shard
Whizz up a lift to the top of the
tallest building in Western
Europe to enjoy breathtaking
views of London
FESTIVALS & EVENTS
LONDINIUM
Travel back to Roman London through a
spectacular variety of themed events and
activities, as the City celebrates its Roman
heritage during the Londinium festival. Please
check for times and prices. Various locations.
www.visitlondon.com.
HAMPTON COURT PALACE
Once home to King Henry VIII, this Tudor palace
and maze is set in 60 acres of parkland. Explore
the Great Hall, and see the tapestries. Don’t miss
the old Tudor kitchens. Palace, gardens and maze
daily 10am-6pm. Adult £20.90; child £10.45.
Hampton Court, East Molesey, Surrey, KT8 9AU.
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Upstairs explore beautiful architecture, church
services or a candlelit concert.
Downstairs enjoy some brass rubbing, shopping
and the Café in the Crypt.
Outside don’t miss the Café in the Courtyard.
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LEEDS CASTLE
Fairytale 900-year-old castle with a moat, gardens
and parkland. Lose yourself in the spiralling yew
maze, and see 100 species of birds in the aviary.
8-10 Sep: Food Festival. Grounds & gardens daily
10am-6pm; castle daily 10.30am-5.30pm. Adult
£24.90; child £16.90. Maidstone, Kent, ME17
1PL. www.leeds-castle.com. Station: Victoria to
Bearsted. Off map.
PALACE OF HOLYROODHOUSE
The Queen’s official residence in Scotland stands
at the end of Edinburgh’s Royal Mile. Highlights
include Mary, Queen of Scots’ chamber. Daily
9.30am-6pm. Adult £12.50; child £7.50. Canongate,
The Royal Mile, Edinburgh, EH8 8DX. T: 0303123 7306. www.royalcollection.org.uk. Station:
King’s Cross to Edinburgh Waverley. Off map.
SYON PARK
Stunning Palladian mansion – don’t miss the
interiors, Grade I-listed landscape gardens and
Great Conservatory. Check for times and prices.
Syon Park, Brentford, Middlesex, TW8 8JF.
T: 020-8560 0882. www.syonpark.co.uk.
Station: Waterloo to Syon Lane. Off map.
WATTS GALLERY ARTISTS’ VILLAGE
An Arts and Crafts gem located in the
spectacular Surrey Hills, with stunning
Victorian paintings and sculptures. Visit
The Tea Shop, then wander to the nearby
Grade I-listed Watts Chapel. Tue-Sun 11am5pm. Adult £9.50 (Tue £4.75); child free.
Down Lane, Compton, Surrey, GU3 1DQ.
Station: Waterloo to Guildford, then bus or taxi.
Off map.
WINDSOR CASTLE
The Queen’s weekend home and the world’s
oldest inhabited castle – the original castle
was built in the 11th century after the Norman
invasion of England by William the Conqueror.
Includes state apartments furnished with art
by Rembrandt, Rubens and Canaletto. Changing
the Guard alternate days 11am except Sun.
To 30 Sep: Conquer the Tower.
Take a daily guided tour of the fortress’ Round
Tower (p. 30). Daily 9.30am-5.30pm. Adult
£20.50; child £12. Windsor, Berkshire, SL4 1NJ.
T: 0303-123 7304. www.royalcollection.org.uk.
Station: Waterloo to Windsor & Eton Central
or Windsor & Eton Riverside. Off map.
See
By Night
London looks amazing,
beautifully lit up at night
Departing daily from Green Park
bus stop next to the Ritz Hotel
at 19:30, 20:00, 20:30, 21:15, 21:45 and 22:15
Spectacular live guided tours of London by night
Adult - £18, Child - £10
Tel: 0844 504 3285 +44 (0)20 7183 4744
Private tours available for groups day or night
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FUN OF THE FAIR
The 20/21 British Art Fair
(13-17 Sep) has more than 30 UK
dealers, with artworks for sale
from the Modern (1900-1945),
Post-War (1945-1970) and
contemporary (1970-present day)
periods. Look out for Lucian Freud,
Barbara Hepworth, David Hockney
and Bridget Riley (below).
www.britishartfair.co.uk
SPANNING THE GLOBE
The Saatchi Gallery hosts the
Start Art Fair (14-17 Sep),
a selling exhibition that shines
a spotlight on emerging artists
from around the world. Taking
over the gallery’s three floors,
the art on display ranges from
Taiwanese acrylic paintings to
photomontage from Venice Beach.
www.startartfair.com
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alerted about a design
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crowd’s enthusiasm,
you know it’s an event worth
talking about. This happened
during the London Design
Festival (16-24 Sep) in 2006,
when Tom Dixon gave away
500 of his polystyrene chairs
to the public. The event
celebrates its 15th birthday
this year in eight design
districts across the city,
including Mayfair and Chelsea.
Since 2007, the festival has
commissioned designers
to construct a temporary
structure. This year, Villa
Walala is a huge, colourful
installation in Broadgate by
textile designer Camille Walala,
with stress squeeze balls
(www.londondesignfestival.com).
Designjunction (21-24 Sep)
brings cutting-edge exhibits to
the King’s Cross area. There’s
plenty for everyone to enjoy,
such as canalside Granary
Square’s installation of
Turkish ceramic pieces, in the
central fountain space, by more
than 30 ceramic designers
(www.thedesignjunction.co.uk).
Over in east London, The
Old Truman Brewery in Brick
Lane hosts another part of
the festival: London Design
Fair (21-24 Sep). Bringing
together 500 exhibitors
from 28 countries, it’s a vast
array of established brands,
independent designers and
exhibitions. On display are
contemporary examples
of lighting, furniture and
conceptual installations,
leaving you wondering if you
can find space in your home
for a chic Nordic lampshade or
whimsical sculpture from Italy
(www.londondesignfair.co.uk).
Look out for more displays,
events, tours, talks and
specially commissioned
installations across London’s
museums and galleries.
– Emma Levine
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Want to feel the weight of the
Championships trophies? Interested
in watching an interactive ghost of
John McEnroe? Keen to cast your
eyes over Andy Murray’s
title-winning whites?
Then step inside the multi-dimensional
journey that is Wimbledon Lawn
Tennis Museum. With complimentary
audio guides in 10 languages, learn
about the history of the sport, see
the Championship trophies, and the
amazing new Virtual Reality experience.
You may also take the behind the
scenes tour of the grounds and explore
the home of tennis, including Centre
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INFO
To dial the UK, remove the first 0 and add 44. Reductions may be available online. Many venues offer
general admission, but charge entry to temporary exhibitions. Map: refers to the grid coordinates
on our Central London Map. Transport symbols: see Contents p. 5
MUSEUMS
BANK OF ENGLAND MUSEUM
The story of the Bank of England from
its 1694 foundation to the present day. Mon-Fri
10am-5pm. Admission free. Threadneedle St, EC2R
8AH. T: 020-7601 5545. www.bankofengland.co.uk/
museum. Station: Bank. D10.
HOUSEHOLD CAVALRY MUSEUM
Insight into the ceremonial duties of the
Household Cavalry Regiments, with horses in the
original 18th-century stables. Adult £7; child £5.
Horse Guards, Whitehall, SW1A 2AX. T: 020-7930
3070. www.householdcavalrymuseum.co.uk.
Station: Westminster/Embankment. E7/8.
THE BRITISH MUSEUM
Unrivalled collection of antiquities with treasures
including the Roman Empire, Egypt and India.
From 14 Sep: Scythians: Warriors of ancient
Siberia. Exploring this nomadic tribe (p. 58).
Sat-Thu 10am-5.30pm; Fri 10am-8.30pm.
Admission free; charges for special exhibitions.
Great Russell St, WC1B 3DG. T: 020-7323 8299.
www.britishmuseum.org. Station: Tottenham Court
Road/Russell Square. D7/8.
IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM
Huge displays relating to global conflicts,
especially those relating to Britain, plus art in the
First World War Galleries. Daily 10am-6pm.
Admission free; charges for some exhibitions.
Lambeth Rd, SE1 6HZ. T: 020-7416 5000. www.
iwm.org.uk. Station: Lambeth North/Waterloo. E5.
DESIGN MUSEUM
A leading museum of contemporary design and
architecture. To 15 Oct: California. From 1960s
counterculture to Silicon Valley’s tech world.
Daily 10am-6pm (last entry 5pm). 1 Sep
10am-8pm. Admission free; charges for special
exhibitions. 224-238 Kensington High St, W8
6AG. T: 020-3862 5900. www.designmuseum.org.
Station: High Street Kensington. Off map.
THE GUARDS MUSEUM
Heritage of the five regiments of the Foot Guards:
Grenadier, Coldstream, Scots, Irish and Welsh
Guards, which today watch over the Royal
Palaces. Daily 10am-4pm. Adult £6; child free.
Wellington Barracks, Birdcage Walk, SW1E 6HQ.
T: 020-7414 3271. www.theguardsmuseum.com.
Station: St. James’s Park/Westminster. D5.
HOUSE OF ILLUSTRATION
The UK’s only public gallery about illustration.
From 22 Sep: Gerald Scarfe: Stage and
Screen. Production designs by the political
cartoonist (p. 14). Adult £7.50; child £4. Tue-Sun
10am-6pm. 2 Granary Square, N1C 4BH.
T: 020-3696 2020. www.houseofillustration.org.uk.
Station: King’s Cross St Pancras. Off map.
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NEWYORKSTATEOFMIND
In an age of anti-establishment activism, the
exhibition Basquiat: Boom for Real at the
Barbican (from 21 Sep; p. 60) is timely. The
Brooklyn-born graffiti artist Jean-Michel
Basquiat, who died aged 27 in 1988, thrived in
Manhattan’s post-punk art scene when he was
a teenager. His vibrant, raw imagery – from
drawing with his own blood to collaging old
baseball cards – won the admiration of fellow
artists and led to a collaboration with Andy
Warhol. Basquiat even created murals for New
York’s nightclubs. This rare exhibition brings
together 100 of his works and is long overdue.
UNTITLED, 1982, BY JEAN-MICHEL BASQUIAT COURTESY OF MUSEUM BOIJMANS VAN BEUNINGEN, ROTTERDAM © THE
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CHURCHILL WAR ROOMS
Explore the fortified secret bunker and the Cabinet
War Rooms beneath Westminster, where prime
minister Winston Churchill worked during World
War II to plot the Allied victory. Daily 9.30am-7pm.
Adult £17.25; child (5-15) £8.60. Clive Steps, King
Charles St, SW1A 2AQ. T: 020-7930 6961. www.iwm.
org.uk. Station: Westminster. F7.
JEWISH MUSEUM
Documenting Jewish history and culture in the
UK from 1066 to today. Daily 10am-5pm; Fri
10am-2pm. Adult £7.50; child (5-16) £3.50.
Raymond Burton House, 129-131 Albert St, NW1
7NB. T: 020-7284 7384. www.jewishmuseum.org.
uk. Station: Camden Town. Off map.
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LONDON TRANSPORT MUSEUM
The museum displays the story of
London’s transport system, including iconic red
buses and the world’s first Underground steam
train. Daily 10am-6pm; Fri 11am-6pm.
Adult £17.50; child (under 18) free. Covent
Garden Piazza, WC2E 7BB. T: 020-7379 6344.
www.ltmuseum.co.uk. Station: Covent Garden. E8.
MUSEUM OF LONDON
This immense urban history museum
transports you through centuries of the capital’s
history through its themed galleries. Daily
10am-6pm. Admission free; charges for special
exhibitions and walking tours. 150 London Wall,
EC2Y 5HN. T: 020-7001 9844. www.museum
oflondon.org.uk. Station: Barbican. D10.
MUSEUM OF LONDON DOCKLANDS
The intriguing history of the River Thames,
from its time as a Roman thoroughfare to the
regeneration of the Docklands. Daily 10am-6pm.
Admission free, charges for special exhibitions.
T: 020-7001 9844. www.museumoflondon.org.uk.
Station: Canary Wharf/West India Quay. Off map.
NATIONAL MARITIME MUSEUM
The world’s largest maritime museum, with
exhibits including The Great Map – a huge
interactive world map revealing maritime history
– and a replica of Admiral Nelson’s HMS Victory in
a bottle. Daily 10am-5pm. Admission free; charges
for events and exhibitions. Romney Rd, SE10 9NF.
T: 020-8858 4422. www.rmg.co.uk. Station:
Greenwich/Cutty Sark. Off map.
NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM
See astounding collections from the
natural world, from fossils to the Darwin Centre.
To 28 Feb 2018: Whales: Beneath the Surface.
Major exhibition exploring sea mammals, focused
on a blue whale skeleton, a replacement for Dippy,
the dinosaur. To 10 Sept: Wildlife Photographer of
the Year. Annual exhibition. Daily 10am-5.50pm.
Admission free; charges for special exhibitions.
Cromwell Rd, SW7 5BD. T: 020-7942 5000.
www.nhm.ac.uk. Station: South Kensington. F4.
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QUEEN’S HOUSE
This 17th-century house boasts 22 lavish rooms
with a fine art collection spanning 400 years. Daily
10am-5pm. Admission free. Queen’s House, Romney
Road, SE10 9NF. T: 020-8858 4422. www.rmg.co.uk/
queens-house. Station: Cutty Sark. Off map.
SCIENCE MUSEUM
A huge museum dedicated to science,
technology and medical achievements, plus an
IMAX Theatre showing 3D science films, and a Red
Arrows simulator. Daily 10am-6pm. Admission
free; charges for special exhibitions. Exhibition Rd,
SW7 2DD. T: 0333-241 4000. www.sciencemuseum.
org.uk. Station: South Kensington. F4.
SIR JOHN SOANE’S MUSEUM
The 19th-century architect’s townhouse is filled
with his collection, including architectural
drawings. Tue-Sat 10am-5pm. Candlelight opening
5 Sep, 6pm-9pm. Admission free. 13 Lincoln’s Inn
Fields, WC2A 3BP. T: 020-7405 2107. www.soane.
org. Station: Holborn. D8.
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BACK TO LIFE
Ancient Siberia had frozen terrain and
fierce battles. No wonder then, that the
Scythians, a nomadic tribe who boasted
deadly weapons and great horseback skills,
were feared from southern Russia to China.
Scythians: Warriors of Ancient Siberia
at The British Museum (from 14 Sep;
p. 56) shows off archaeological discoveries,
literally frozen in time, dating back
2,500 years. See gold jewellery and gold
appliqué adorning clothes, clay death
masks to resemble the tattooed faces of
the deceased, and a leather bag containing
well-preserved 2,000-year-old cheese.
GOLD PLAQUE OF A SCYTHIAN RIDER © THE STATE HERMITAGE MUSEUM, ST PETERSBURG, 2017/PHOTO © TEREBENIN
LEIGHTON HOUSE MUSEUM
Former home of Frederic, Lord Leighton,
displaying his paintings, drawings and sculptures,
plus the Arab Hall adorned with hundreds of tiles
from the Middle East. Wed-Mon 10am-5.30pm.
Adult £14; child (12-17) £12. 12 Holland Park Rd,
W14 8LZ. T: 020-7602 3316. www.rbkc.gov.uk.
Station: Kensington Olympia. Off map.
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V&A MUSEUM OF CHILDHOOD
Charming museum with a national
collection of childhood objects dating back to the
16th century. To 25 Feb 2018: Michael Morpurgo:
A Lifetime in Stories. The life and works of one of
Britain’s best-loved writers. Daily 10am-5.45pm.
Admission free. Cambridge Heath Rd, E2 9PA.
T: 020-8983 5200. www.vam.ac.uk/moc.
Station: Bethnal Green. Off map.
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The brand-new Postal Museum offers
a fascinating trip back in time. Journey back
to the 1500s when the Royal Mail used horsedrawn coaches, which they had to defend from
pirates. The displays reveal how staff ensured
military communication continued during
World War II. The Mail Rail is a reconstructed
train that takes you through old postal tracks
under the city’s streets. It was so secret, it hid
the Rosetta Stone during World War I.
15-20 Phoenix Place, WC1X 0DA.
T: 0300-030 0700. www.postalmuseum.org
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THE WALLACE COLLECTION
The former Wallace family home displays their
beautiful collection of Rococo art, sculpture,
furniture and suits of armour. Daily 10am-5pm.
Admission free. Hertford House, Manchester
Square, W1U 3BN. T: 020-7563 9500. www.wallace
collection.org. Station: Bond Street. D6.
WELLCOME COLLECTION
Wellcome Trust’s venue housing artefacts
relating to the human body, including permanent
exhibitions Medicine Now and Medicine Man.
From 7 Sep: Can Graphic Design Save Your
Life? Design and the healthcare industry (p. 61).
Tue-Wed & Fri-Sat 10am-6pm; Thur 10am-10pm;
Sun 11am-6pm. Admission free. 183 Euston Rd,
NW1 2BE. T: 020-7611 2222. www.wellcome
collection.org. Station: Euston. C7.
GALLERIES
BARBICAN ART GALLERY
Multi-arts venue with two exhibition spaces.
From 21 Sep: Basquiat: Boom for Real.
The UK’s first exhibition of Jean-Michel Basquiat
(p. 56). Please check for times and prices. Barbican
Centre, Silk St, EC2Y 8DS. T: 020-7638 4141.
www.barbican.org.uk. Station: Barbican. D10.
THE COURTAULD GALLERY
European art collection in Somerset House.
To 24 Sep: Bloomsbury Art &
Design. Early 20th-century creative pieces by the
Bloomsbury Group. Daily 10am-6pm. Adult £7;
child free. Strand, WC2R 0RN. T: 020-7848 2526.
www.courtauld.ac.uk. Station: Embankment. E8.
GUILDHALL ART GALLERY
Paintings collected by the City of London since the
17th century, plus the Roman Amphitheatre,
discovered in 1988 (free entry with gallery ticket).
Mon-Sat 10am-5pm; Sun noon-4pm. Admission
free; charges for special exhibitions. Guildhall Yard,
off Gresham St, EC2V 5AE. T: 020-7332 3700.
www.cityoflondon.gov.uk. Station: St. Paul’s. D10.
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TWININGS MUSEUM
The flagship store of Twinings since 1706, with a
tiny exhibition reflecting the company’s 300-year
history. Mon-Fri 9.30am-7.30pm; Sat 10am-6pm;
Sun 11am-6pm. Admission free. 216 Strand,
WC2R 1AP. T: 020-7353 3511. www.twinings.co.uk.
Station: Temple. D9.
VICTORIA AND ALBERT MUSEUM
Outstanding collection of fine and applied arts
spanning 3,000 years, including fashion, paintings
and sculpture. To 1 Oct: Pink Floyd: Their Mortal
Remains. A journey through the prog rock band’s
music. To 18 Feb 2018: Balenciago: Shaping
Fashion. Cristóbal Balenciaga and his unique
vision of female beauty. Daily 10am-5.45pm.
Admission free; charges for special exhibitions.
Cromwell Rd, SW7 2RL. T: 020-7942 2000.
www.vam.ac.uk. Station: South Kensington. F4/5.
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SOMERSET HOUSE
Neo-classical 18th-century building on the
Thames. To 17 Sep: Perfume. Major exhibition
about the history of contemporary scents, through
10 perfumes and their creators. Galleries daily
10am-6pm. Admission free; charges for special
exhibitions. Strand, WC2R 1LA. T: 020-7845
4600. www.somersethouse.org.uk. Temple. E8.
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THE NATIONAL GALLERY
One of the world’s great galleries, with a huge
permanent collection of works by old masters.
From 20 Sep: Drawn in Colour: Degas from
the Burrell. Works by the French Impressionist.
Sat-Thur 10am-6pm; Fri 10am-9pm. Admission
free; charges for special exhibitions. Trafalgar Sq,
WC2N 5DN. T: 020-7747 2885. www.national
gallery.org.uk. Station: Charing Cross. E7.
TATE BRITAIN
The nation’s leading collection of British art from
1500 to today, with works by the great masters.
To 1 Oct: Queer British Art 1861-1967. Marking the
50th anniversary of the partial decriminalisation of
male homosexuality, including works by Hockney.
Daily 10am-6pm. Admission free; charges for
special exhibitions. Millbank, SW1P 4RG. T: 0207887 8888. www.tate.org.uk. Station: Pimlico. G8.
NATIONAL PORTRAIT GALLERY
British photos and paintings of people in art.
To 24 Sep: BP Portrait Award
2017. Paintings from this renowned competition.
Sat-Wed 10am-6pm; Thur & Fri 10am-9pm.
Admission free; charges for special exhibitions.
St. Martin’s Place,WC2H 0HE. T: 020-7312 2463.
www.npg.org.uk. Station: Leicester Square. E7.
TATE MODERN
World-class collection of international art in a
converted power station. To 22 Oct: Soul of a
Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power. Powerful
works by Black American artists during the Civil
Rights movement. Sun-Thur 10am-6pm; Fri & Sat
10am-10pm. Admission free; charges for special
exhibitions. Bankside, SE1 9TG. T: 020-7887 8888.
www.tate.org.uk. Station: Southwark. E9.
THE PHOTOGRAPHERS’ GALLERY
London’s largest gallery devoted to photography.
To 8 Oct: Gregory Crewdson: Cathedral of the Pines.
Scenic works from the US photographer. Please
check for times & prices. 16-18 Ramillies St, W1F
7LW. T: 020-7087 9300. www.thephotographers
gallery.org.uk. Station: Oxford Circus. D7.
THE QUEEN’S GALLERY
Smart gallery adjoining Buckingham Palace. To 12
Nov: Canaletto & the Art of Venice. Paintings, plus
delicate pen-and-ink drawings and etchings
depicting Venice. Daily 10am-5.30pm. Adult £11;
child (5-16) £5.50. Buckingham Palace, SW1A 1AA.
T: 0303-123 7301. www.royalcollection.org.uk.
Station: Green Park/Hyde Park Corner. F7.
ROYAL ACADEMY OF ARTS
Eighteenth-century apartments with the RA
Collection. To 12 Nov: Matisse in the Studio.
The artist’s collection from around the world.
From 23 Sep: Jasper Johns: ‘Something
Resembling Truth. Iconic prints. Daily 10am-6pm;
Fri 10am-10pm. Admission free; charges for
special exhibitions. 6 Burlington Gardens,
Piccadilly, W1J 0BD. T: 020-7300 8000.
www.royalacademy.org.uk. Station: Green Park. E7.
SERPENTINE GALLERY
Arts space for contemporary and modern works.
To 10 Sep: Grayson Perry: The
Most Popular Art Exhibition, Ever! New works by
the humorous British artist. To 8 Oct: Serpentine
Pavilion. Venue for summer events. Tue-Sun
10am-6pm. Admission free. Kensington Gardens,
W2 3XA. T: 020-7402 6075. www.serpentine
galleries.org. Station: South Kensington. E4.
WHITECHAPEL GALLERY
Influential gallery, showcasing a range of
contemporary art exhibitions (p. 100). Please
check for times & prices. 77-82 Whitechapel High
St, E1 7QX. T: 020-7522 7888. www.whitechapel.
org. Station: Aldgate East. Off map.
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ART FOR HEART’S SAKE
From 16th-century anatomical pop-up books
to today’s plain packaging on cigarette
packets, design of medical products has had a
fundamental role in our lives. But when is that
seen as intrusive, and when is it a force for
good? At the Wellcome Collection, the
exhibition Can Graphic Design Save Your
Life? (from 7 Sep; p. 60) looks at the
relationship between design and health, from
hard-hitting posters such as the AIDS posters
of the 1980s, to comic books advocating safe
sex and Renaissance-era plague notices.
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See off this year’s Proms in style
at Last Night of the Proms
(9 Sep; p. 78), starring the soprano
Nina Stemme, among others.
You can also attend Proms in
the Park in nearby Hyde Park
(9 Sep), starring Ray Davies,
Bryn Terfel, Elaine Page and
the BBC Concert Orchestra.
ROCK ON!
This year’s headliners at
OnBlackheath (9-10 Sep),
in south east London, include
De La Soul, Travis, The Libertines
and Fun Lovin’ Criminals, while
celebrity chefs, food demos and
a cookery school keep the foodies
happy. Kids can enjoy activities
such as circus workshops
and egg-and-spoon races.
www.onblackheath.com
INDIAN SUMMER
The annual Darbar Festival
(16-17 Sep, 8 Oct & 9-12 Nov), at
the Southbank Centre, Barbican
Centre and Sadler’s Wells, is a
celebration of Indian classical
music. Catch Bollywood singer
Shankar Mahadevan (16 Sep),
and enjoy music on traditional
instruments such as the tabla
and sarangi (17 Sep).
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reepy musical box tunes,
doll-like make-up and a
bulging-eyed, gap-toothed
baby mask: welcome to
The Terrible Infants’ variety
show (from 27 Sep), back
following a stint at the
Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
Les Enfants Terribles –
the team behind the renowned
Dinner with the Twits
and Alice’s Adventures
Underground – now presents
the award-winning, comical
musical at the world’s oldest
music hall, Wilton’s Music
Hall, to mark the show’s
10-year anniversary.
The Grade II-listed venue,
with its floorboards, arches
and original features, is a
suitable backdrop for this
Vaudeville-style show.
It’s co-directed by Oliver
Lansley and James Seager.
Seagar says: ‘We have wanted
to do a show at Wilton’s for
some time as it’s a magnificent,
beautiful building that suits the
company’s aesthetic
wonderfully. We’ve never done
the show in London – it’s been
to Australia, Singapore,
Poland, Norway, Germany,
Scotland and Malaysia.’
The Terrible Infants is a
collection of five interconnected
short stories by Lansley and
Sam Wyer. Dark, twisted and
surreal, the show blends
physical theatre with mime,
song and dance, alliteration
and rhyme.
The production has been
likened to the style of Roald
Dahl, Tim Burton and the
Brothers Grimm stories, and
is reminiscent of a carnival
or Gothic fairytale.
Dame Judi Dench provides a
recorded narration, as the cast
regales silly stories about cruel
children let loose from nursery.
This timeless show for kids and
adults is not to be missed.
– Sarah Riches
1 Graces Alley, E1 8JB. T: 0207702 2789. www.wiltons.org.uk
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To dial the UK, remove the first 0 and add 44. Key: refers to numbers on our Theatreland map.
Map: refers to the grid coordinates on our Central London Map. Please check for venue’s
complete listings. Transport symbols: see Contents p. 5 for key
ALICE’S ADVENTURES UNDERGROUND
To 23 Sep: An immersive
show based on Lewis Carroll’s classic book has
dazzling effects such as colour-changing cocktails,
acrobatics and optical illusions. It takes place
under Waterloo station. Please check for times.
Tickets £39-£54. The Vaults, Leake St, SE1 7NN.
www.alice-underground.com. Station: Waterloo. F8.
AN AMERICAN IN PARIS
Based on Gershwin’s 1951 Oscar-winning film,
this story follows an American World War II
veteran who falls for a woman in a bar in 1940s
Paris. Mon-Sat 7.30pm; Wed & Sat 2pm. Tickets
£19.50-£125. Dominion Theatre, 268-269
Tottenham Court Rd, W1T 7AQ. T: 0845-200
7982. www.anamericaninparisthemusical.co.uk.
Station: Tottenham Court Road. D7.
ANNIE
Miranda Hart (then Craig Revel
Horwood from 18 Sep) stars as Miss Hannigan,
the mean manager of an orphanage in this popular
story. Mon & Wed-Sat 7.30pm; Thur & Sun 3pm.
Tickets £24-£132. Piccadilly Theatre, 16 Denman
St, W1D 7DY. T: 0844-871 7630. www.piccadilly
theatre.org. Station: Piccadilly Circus. E7.
THE BOOK OF MORMON
This controversial satire, from the writers of TV’s
South Park, follows the exploits of two hapless
missionaries from the Church of Latter Day
Saints. Mon-Sat 7.30pm; Wed & Sat 2.30pm.
Tickets £34.75-£152.25. Prince of Wales Theatre,
Coventry St, W1D 6AS. T: 0844-482 5110.
www.bookofmormonlondon.com. Station:
Leicester Square/Piccadilly Circus. E7.
DOUBT, A PARABLE
6-30 Sep: A Catholic school principal questions
a priest’s ambiguous relationship with a troubled
student. Please check for times. Tickets £12-£20.
Southwark Playhouse, 77-85 Newington Causeway,
SE1 6BD. T: 020-7407 0234. www.southwarkplay
house.co.uk. Station: Elephant and Castle. Off map.
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DREAMGIRLS
Glee TV star Amber Riley plays Effie White in this
musical about the tumultuous journey of a young
female singing trio from Chicago. Mon-Sat 7.30pm;
Wed & Sat 2.30pm. Tickets £20-£145. Savoy
Theatre, Strand, WC2R 0ET. T: 0844-871 7687.
www.savoytheatre.org. Station: Covent Garden. E8.
EVITA
Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice’s musical
follows the true story of Eva, wife of former
Argentine dictator Juan Perón, and includes the
song Don’t Cry for Me Argentina. Mon-Sat 7.45pm;
Thur 3pm; Sat 4pm. Tickets £31.30-£81.30.
Phoenix Theatre, 110 Charing Cross Rd, WC2H
0JP. T: 0843-316 1082. www.phoenixtheatrelondon.
co.uk. Station: Tottenham Court Road. E7.
FAULTY TOWERS:
THE DINING EXPERIENCE
Seventies-style dining and interactive comedy
combine in this theatrical experience based on
the cult TV comedy. Please check for times.
Tickets £65-£87. The Torquay Suite Theatre,
Amba Hotel Charing Cross, Strand,
CLIPPED WINGS
Staerr
pow
Olivier and BAFTA-winner Juliet Stevenson
stars in Wings at the Young Vic (from 14 Sep;
p. 76). The British actress teams up with
director Natalie Abrahami once again after
they previously worked together on Happy
Days, also at the Young Vic. Originally a
radio play by Arthur Kopit, Wings premiered
on stage in the US in 1978, after which it
received Tony and Pulitzer nominations.
Stevenson plays a former pilot and
wingwalker, who has a
stroke and struggles
to cope with the
loss of her speech
and memory. Kopit
based the character
on patients he met
in a rehabilitation
centre after his
father had a stroke,
and captures her
sense of frustration
and disorientation
in this moving
monologue.
JULIET STEVENSON © JOHAN PERSSON
MUSICALS & PERFORMANCES
ALADDIN
This hit show has tunes such as A Whole
New World and Friend Like Me with lyrics by Tim
Rice – plus a real magic carpet. Mon-Sat 7.30pm;
Thur & Sat 2.30pm. Tickets £40-£99.75. Prince
Edward Theatre, Old Compton St, W1D 4HS.
T: 0844-482 5151. www.aladdinthemusical.co.uk.
Station: Tottenham Court Road. D7.
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KINKY BOOTS
Fun musical about a shoe factory in England,
which reinvigorates its business after the new
owner decides to produce knee-high boots for
drag queens. It won the 2016 Olivier Award for
42ND STREET
Best New Musical, and features music by
Romantic comedy following a bossy director as
Grammy and Tony Award-winner Cyndi Lauper.
he stages a musical extravaganza during the Great Mon-Sat 7.30pm; Wed & Sat 2.30pm. Tickets
Depression. Peggy is a small-town girl with big
£19.50-£125. Adelphi Theatre, 409-412 Strand,
dreams who’s stuck in a chorus line on Broadway. WC2R 0NS. T: 0844-579 0094. www.kinkyboots
Starring Sheena Easton. Mon-Sat 7.30pm;
themusical.co.uk. Station: Charing Cross. E8.
Wed & Sat 2.30pm. Tickets £25-£125. Theatre
Royal Drury Lane, Catherine St, WC2B 5JF.
LES MISÉRABLES
T: 0844-858 8877. www.42ndstreetmusical.co.uk. The world’s longest-running musical, adapted from
Station: Covent Garden. D8.
Victor Hugo’s novel, is set in post-revolutionary
France. Jean Valjean, a French peasant, is now
FOOTLOOSE
free after serving 19 years in jail. Mon-Sat 7.30pm;
12-30 Sep: This stage version of the hit 1980s
Wed & Sat 2.30pm. Tickets £12.50-£143.75.
movie stars Gareth Gates, who plays city boy
Queen’s Theatre, 51 Shaftesbury Ave, W1D 6BA.
Ren, forced to move to a rural backwater where
T: 0844-482 5160. www.lesmis.com. Station:
dancing and rock music are banned. Featuring the Leicester Square/Piccadilly Circus. D8.
original songs, including the title track, and
Let’s Hear it for the Boy. Tues-Sun; please check
for times. Tickets £15-£55. Peacock Theatre,
Portugal St, WC2A 2HT. T: 020-7863 8000.
www.sadlers wells.com. Sstation: Holborn.
WC2N 5HX. T: 0845-154 4145. www.faultytowersuk.com. Station: Charing Cross. E8. Kingsway Hall
Hotel, 66 Great Queen St, WC2B 5BX. www.faulty
towers-uk.com. Station: Holborn. D8.
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MOVIE MAGIC
HALF A SIXPENCE
Arthur Kipps is an orphan and overworked draper’s
assistant who unexpectedly inherits a fortune that
propels him into high society. Mon-Tue & Thur-Sat
7.30pm; Wed, Thur & Sat 2.30pm. Tickets
£25-£127.25. Noël Coward Theatre, St Martin’s
Lane, WC2N 4AU. T: 0844-482 5140. www.halfa
sixpence.co.uk. Station: Leicester Square. E8.
JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR
To 23 Sep: After a successful run at this theatre last
summer, this show won an Olivier Award for Best
Musical Revival, and rightly so. With lyrics by Tim
Rice and music by Andrew Lloyd Webber, it boasts
an outstanding cast. Please check for times.
Tickets £22.50-£55. Open Air Theatre, Regent’s
Park, NW1 4NU. T: 0844-826 4242. www.openair
theatre.com. Station: Baker Street. C6.
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The Luna Cinema returns with more
classic films screened in iconic locations.
Experience sights in a new light – at dusk –
as you watch the Hollywood romance La La
Land at Battersea Park (12 Sep), Alexandra
Palace (16 Sep) and Fulham Palace (20 Sep)
outside under blankets. You can also catch
The Lost Boys at Alexandra Palace (15 Sep),
Jurassic Park (13 Sep) and Moulin Rouge!
(14 Sep) at Battersea Park, and The Great
Gatsby at Fulham Palace (21 Sep). A highlight
is Ghost by an illuminated St Paul’s Cathedral
at One New Change (17 Sep). Even if it rains
– and this is Britain – the show must go on!
T: 0844-858 6767. www.thelunacinema.com.
ALEXANDRA PALACE COURTESY OF THE LUNA CINEMA
GIRL FROM THE NORTH COUNTRY
In Minnesota, 1934, a community living on
a knife-edge huddle together in the local
guesthouse, where the owner, Nick, owes more
money than he can ever repay. This powerful
show is brought to life by music and a songbook
of Bob Dylan tunes. Mon-Sat 7.30pm; Wed & Sat
2.30pm. Tickets £12-£67.50. The Old Vic, The Cut,
SE1 8NB. T: 0844-871 7628. www.oldvictheatre.
com. Station: Waterloo. F9.
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DISNEY’S THE LION KING
Wonderful adaptation of the popular
Disney film with ingenious costumes (p. 74) and
inventive puppetry, and music by Sir Elton John.
Tue-Sat 7.30pm; Wed, Sat & Sun 2.30pm. Tickets
£47.70-£167.50. Lyceum Theatre, 21 Wellington
St, WC2E 7RQ. T: 0844-871 3000. www.thelion
king.co.uk. Station: Covent Garden. E8.
MAMMA MIA!
A tribute to the popular music of ABBA,
featuring all their well-known hits, wrapped
up in a feel-good story set on a Greek island.
Mon-Sat 7.45pm; Thur & Sat 3pm. Tickets
£18-£117. Novello, Aldwych, WC2B 4LD.
T: 0844-482 5115. www.mamma-mia.com.
Station: Covent Garden/Temple. E8.
STOMP
A fusion of theatre, dance, comedy and
rhythmic percussion. Mon & Thur-Sat 8pm;
Thur & Sat-Sun 3pm; Sun 6pm; occasional Weds.
Tickets £26-£57.50. Ambassadors Theatre, West
St, WC2H 9ND. T: 020-7395 5405. www.stomp
london.co.uk. Station: Leicester Square. D7.
THRILLER LIVE
Non-stop songs and dance celebrate Michael
Jackson’s career with all his well-known hits.
Please check for times and prices. Lyric, 29
Shaftesbury Avenue, W1D 7ES. T: 0844-482 9674.
www.thrillerlive.com. Station: Piccadilly Circus. E7.
WICKED
The back story of the witches of Oz,
where Glinda and Elphaba are sorcery students.
MATILDA THE MUSICAL
Hit tunes include Defying Gravity and Popular,
Fantastic show based on Roald Dahl’s children’s
plus there are spectacular sets and costumes
book about a girl with magic powers, who incurs
(p. 78). Mon-Sat 7.30pm; Wed & Sat 2.30pm.
the wrath of her headmistress. Tue 7pm; Wed-Sat Tickets £24.25-£125. Apollo Victoria Theatre,
7.30pm; Wed & Sat 2.30pm; Sun 3pm. Tickets
17 Wilton Rd, SW1V 1LG. T: 0844-871 3001.
£25-£122.50. Cambridge Theatre, 32-34 Earlham www.wicked themusical.co.uk. Station: Victoria. F7.
St, WC2 9HU. T: 0844-412 4652. www.matilda
themusical.com. Station: Covent Garden. D8.
THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA
Long-running Gothic drama in which a
mysterious masked man haunts the Paris Opera
House. Mon-Sat 7.30pm; Thur & Sat 2.30pm.
Tickets £24.80-£128.50. Her Majesty’s Theatre,
57 Haymarket, SW1Y 4QL. T: 0844-412 2707.
www.thephantomoftheopera.com.
Station: Piccadilly Circus. E7.
SCHOOL OF ROCK: THE MUSICAL
Andrew Lloyd Webber’s latest musical follows
an out-of-work rock singer who pretends to
be a teacher, and forms a band of fifth-grade
schoolkids. Mon, Wed-Sat 7.30pm; Thur & Sat
2.30pm; Sun 3pm. Tickets £15-£99.50. New
London Theatre, 166 Drury Lane, WC2B 5PF.
T: 020-7452 3000. www.schoolofrockthe
musical.com. Station: Covent Garden. D8.
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A WOMAN’S TOUCH
Shakespeare’s Globe stages a new play
about one of history’s earliest feminists.
Directed by Eleanor Rhode, Boudica
(from 8 Sep; p. 72) is a classic ancient drama
set in Britannia in AD 61, just as rebellion is
simmering at the edge of the Roman Empire.
When the king of Iceni, a semi-independent
kingdom, dies, he leaves his land to his wife,
Boudica, and the Roman emperor. But the
Romans ignore the king’s will, assault his
daughters and flog his widow before
banishing her from the kingdom. Strong
and independent, Boudica returns – with an
army hell-bent on revenge. With two fight
directors on board, expect real action.
SHAKESPEARE’S GLOBE © JOHN WILDGOOSE
MOTOWN THE MUSICAL
Feel-good musical based on the story of Motown
Records, which launched the careers of Diana
Ross and the Supremes, Michael Jackson and
The Jackson 5 and Stevie Wonder, Marvin Gaye
and The Temptations. Please check for times and
prices. Shaftesbury Theatre, 210 Shaftesbury
Avenue, WC2H 8DP. T: 020-7379 5399. www.
shaftesbury theatre.com. Station: Tottenham
Court Road/Holborn. D8.
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DISCOUNTED TICKETS
£10
Young Vic
If you are a student or under 25,
you can buy reduced tickets
£15
National Theatre
In partnership with Travelex, the
theatre has seats available for £15
THE FERRYMAN
With a story by Jez Butterworth, and directed by
Sam Mendes, this play is set in Northern Ireland
in 1981, and follows the Carney household as they
prepare a feast to celebrate the annual harvest.
But a visitor interrupts proceedings. Mon-Sat
7pm; Wed & Sat 1.30pm. Tickets £12-£64.50.
Gielgud Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue, W1D 6AR.
T: 0844-482 5130. www.delfontmackintosh.co.uk.
Station: Piccadilly Circus/Leicester Square. E7.
HARRY POTTER AND THE CURSED CHILD
The long-awaited parts I and II of the adaptation
of JK Rowling’s new story has already won many
THE WIND IN THE WILLOWS
Based on the children’s novel, Rufus Hound stars awards. Father-of-three Harry now works for the
as Toad, a loveable rascal with a penchant for fast Ministry of Magic, but his youngest son grapples
cars, alongside his chums Ratty, Badger and Mole. with the legacy he never really wanted. Most
Mon 7pm; Tue-Sat 7.30pm; Tue & Sat 2.30pm.
tickets are sold out; please check for returns and
Tickets £15-£125. London Palladium, Argyll St,
times. Palace Theatre, 113 Shaftesbury Avenue,
W1F 7TF. T: 0844-412 2704. www.windinthe
W1D 5AY. T: 0300-333 4813. www.harrypotter
willowsthemusical.com. Station: Oxford Circus. D7. theplay.com. Station: Charing Cross.
PLAYS
APOLOGIA
Stockard Channing plays Kristin, an art historian
whose life comes under scrutiny at a family
gathering. Mon-Sat 7.30pm; Thur & Sat 2.30pm.
Tickets £15-£95. Trafalgar Studios, 14 Whitehall,
SW1A 2DY. T: 0844-871 7632. www.atgtickets.com.
Station: Charing Cross. E8.
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BOUDICA
From 8 Sep: A widow fights to reclaim her
rightful throne (p. 70). Please check for times.
Tickets £5-£45. Shakespeare’s Globe, 21 New Globe
Walk, SE1 9DT. T: 020-7401 9919. www.shakespeares
globe.com. Station: Blackfriars. E10.
THE COMEDY ABOUT A BANK ROBBERY
A hilarious play about six incompetent crooks
desperate to get hold of a diamond; from the
team behind The Play That Goes Wrong. Tue,
Thur-Sat 7.30pm; Wed & Sat 2.30pm; Sun 3pm
& 7pm. Tickets £11.25-£73.75. The Criterion
Theatre, 218-223 Piccadilly, W1V 9LB.
T: 0844-815 6131. www.thecomedyaboutabank
robbery.com. Station: Piccadilly Circus. E7.
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A SORRY STATE
The Tony and Emmy Award-winner
Stockard Channing – best known as Rizzo
in the hit 1978 musical Grease – stars in
a revival of Apologia at Trafalgar Studios.
Directed by Jamie Lloyd, Apologia
is Alexi Kaye Campbell’s third play; he also
wrote Sunset at the Villa Thalia, which
premiered at the National Theatre earlier
this year. The play follows Kristin, a liberal
art historian who has recently published
her memoir. At a birthday party in Kristin’s
cottage, cracks in her relationships begin
to show, as her friends and family question
her achievements and whether they were
worth the sacrifices she made.
STOCKARD CHANNING © SHAUN WEBB
CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF
Sienna Miller stars in Tennessee Williams’
classic 1955 play about a family gathering in
Mississippi, simmering with secrets. Mon-Sat
7.30pm; Wed & Sat 2.30pm. Tickets £10-£67.
Apollo Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue, W1D 7ES.
T: 0330-333 4809. www.apollotheatrelondon.co.uk.
Station: Piccadilly Circus. E7.
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ENTERTAINMENT
From 26 Sep: Based on the novel by
Charlotte Brontë, a trailblazing Jane fights for
freedom and fulfilment on her own terms, even
though she has plenty of obstacles in her way
including poverty and injustice. Please check for
times. Tickets £29-£60. National Theatre, South
Bank, SE1 9PX. T: 020-7452 3000. www.national
theatre.org.uk. Station: Waterloo. E8.
KING LEAR
King Lear makes a decision to divide his kingdom
among his three daughters, but fails to anticipate
the consequences of his actions. His generosity
is cruelly repaid. Check for times. Tickets £5-£45.
Shakespeare’s Globe, 21 New Globe Walk, SE1 9DT.
T: 020-7401 9919. www.shakespearesglobe.com.
Station: Blackfriars. E10.
THE KNOWLEDGE
From 4 Sep: Set against the backdrop of
the harsh economic times of 1979, four Londoners
attempt to better themselves by attempting the
fearsome ‘Knowledge’ – the process of becoming
a London black cab taxi driver. Mon-Sat 7.30pm;
Wed 2.30pm; Sat 3pm. Tickets £25-£35. Charing
Cross Theatre, The Arches, Villiers St, WC2N 6NL.
T: 0844-493 0650. www.charingcrosstheatre.co.uk.
Station: Charing Cross. E8.
LADY DAY AT EMERSON’S BAR & GRILL
To 9 Sep: Multi-award-winner
Audra McDonald makes her West End debut as
legendary jazz icon, Billie Holiday, in a story of
her life. The score features many of her moving
songs including God Bless the Child, Strange
Fruit and Crazy He Calls Me. Tue-Sat 7.45pm;
Wed, Thur & Sat 2.45pm. Tickets £12.50£62.10. Wyndham’s Theatre, Charing
Cross Rd, WC2H 0DA. T: 0844-482
5120. www.delfontmackintosh.co.uk.
Station: Leicester Square. E7.
LOOT
To 24 Sep: This dark
comedy follows two young friends who
stash the proceeds of a bank robbery in
an occupied coffin, attempting to hide
their spoils from the attentions of
some intriguing characters around
them. Check for times. Tickets
£18.50-£29.50. Park Theatre,
Clifton Terrace, N4 3JP. T: 0207870 6876. www.parktheatre.
co.uk. Station: Finsbury Park.
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THE MOUSETRAP
A murderer strikes at a party at a country house,
in Agatha Christie’s classic whodunnit. This is
the world’s longest-running show, now in its
64th year. Please check for times and prices.
St Martin’s Theatre, West St, WC2H 9NZ.
T: 0844-499 1515. www.the-mousetrap.co.uk.
Station: Leicester Square. D7.
MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING
Shakespeare’s classic play is transported to
Mexico in 1910. Claudio and Benedick return
home from the first wave of the revolution,
and both have their own romantic interests to
pursue. Please check for times. Tickets £5-£45.
Shakespeare’s Globe, 21 New Globe Walk, SE1 9DT.
T: 020-7401 9919. www.shakespearesglobe.com.
Station: Blackfriars. E10.
OSLO
5-23 Sep: The true account of negotiations
leading up to the 1993 Oslo Peace Accords,
which saw the leaders of Israel and Palestine
shake hands on the lawn of the White House.
Please check for times. Tickets £15-£65.
Lyttelton Theatre, National Theatre, South
Bank, SE1 9PX. T: 020-7452 3000. www.national
theatre.org.uk. Station: Waterloo. E8.
THE PLAY THAT GOES WRONG
Award-winning slapstick comedy about
a student drama society putting on a 1920s
murder mystery, where everything that can
go disastrously wrong usually does. Tue-Sat
7.30pm; Sat 2.30pm; Sun 3pm & 7pm. Tickets
£22-£67.50. Duchess Theatre, 3-5 Catherine St,
WC2B 5LA. T: 0844-482 9672. www.theplay
thatgoeswrong.com. Station: Covent
Garden. D8.
QUEEN ANNE
Politics meets sexual tension and
satirical song in this play set in
England that is on the verge of war
in 1702. It sees Princess Anne become
Queen following the death of King
William. Mon-Sat 7.30pm; Thur &
Sat 2.30pm. Tickets £15-£95. Royal
Haymarket, Haymarket, SW1Y
4HT. T: 020-7930 8800.
www.trh.co.uk. Station:
Piccadilly Circus. E7.
Janique Charles stars as
Nala in The Lion King (p. 70)
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ENTERTAINMENT
Les Misérables
Cameron Mackintosh is
behind the world’s longestrunning musical, which is
now in its 32nd year
The Phantom of the Opera
Andrew Lloyd Webber’s
musical has been entertaining
audiences for more
than 30 years
WINGS
From 14 Sep: Arthur Kopit’s powerful
Broadway hit hasn’t been seen in London for
30 years (p. 66). Juliet Stevenson plays Emily,
a fiercely independent aviator and wing walker,
who suffers a stroke that destroys her sense
of reality. Fragments of her life come together
as she struggles to find her voice and her self.
Mon-Sat 7.30pm; Wed & Sat 2.30pm (except
16, 20 & 27 Sep). Tickets £10-£38. Young Vic,
66 The Cut, SE1 8LZ. T: 020-7922 2922.
www.youngvic.org. Station: Waterloo. F9.
London Russian Ballet School. Please check for
times, full listings and ticket prices. 5 Sloane
Terrace, SW1X 9DQ. T: 020-7730 4500.
www.cadoganhall.com. Station: Sloane Square. G6.
ROYAL ALBERT HALL
London’s premier music hall, home to the annual
BBC Proms. 2 Sep: Prom 66. From its jingling
opening sleigh bells to its charming closing song
for soprano and orchestra, Mahler’s Fourth
Symphony is one of the composer’s sunniest and
most appealing works, lively with birdsong and
youthful energy. Please check for times, prices
and full proms listings. Royal Albert Hall,
Kensington Gore, SW7 2AP. T: 020-7589 8212.
www.royalalberthall.com. South Kensington. G4.
ROYAL FESTIVAL HALL
9 Sep: Lubomyr Melnyk. The Ukrainian
composer and pianiest performs his pioneering
Continuous Piano Music. 5.30pm. Tickets
£15-£20. Royal Festival Hall, Southbank Centre,
Belvedere Rd, SE1 8XX. T: 0844-545 8252.
www.southbankcentre.co.uk. Station: Waterloo. E8.
ST JAMES’S PICCADILLY
This 1676 church has free recitals every Mon,
Wed & Fri at 1.10pm and concerts from 7.30pm.
St James’s Piccadilly, 197 Piccadilly, W1J 9LL.
T: 020-7381 0441. www.sjp.org.uk.
Station: Piccadilly Circus. E7.
THE WOMAN IN BLACK
A spooky story adapted from Susan Hill’s
Gothic-style novel, about a lawyer who
visits a remote house to settle affairs
after a woman’s death. Tue-Sat 8pm;
Shakespeare’s
ST MARTIN-IN-THE-FIELDS
Tue & Thur 3pm; Sat 4pm. Tickets
Globe, which is
CHURCH
£19.50-£60. Fortune Theatre,
a replica of the
Large programme of lunchtime
original 1600s
Russell St, WC2B 5HH. T: 0844-871
and evening recitals in the church,
theatre, has the only
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thatched roof
including some candlelit (p. 34). St
Station: Covent Garden. D8.
in London
Martin-in-the-Fields Church, Trafalgar
Square, WC2N 4JJ. T: 020-7766 1100.
CONCERTS: CLASSICAL
www.smitf.org. Station: Charing Cross. E8.
BARBICAN
17-19 Sep: London Symphony Orchestra,
WIGMORE HALL
conducted by Sir Simon Rattle: The Damnation
of Faust (Berlioz). 21-24 Sep: London Symphony Famous concert hall for regular recitals. 9 Sep:
Orchestra, conducted by Sir Simon Rattle: This Is Gerlad Finley/Julius Drake (Schubert, Poulenc,
Rattle. Tickets £10-£55. Barbican Centre, Silk St, Ravel). 10 Sep: Castalian String Quartet (Mozart,
EC2Y 8DS. T: 020-7638 8891. www.barbican.org.uk. Schubert). 11 Sep: Cuarteto Casals (Beethoven,
Matan Porat). 12 Sep: Mahan Esfahani (Bach).
Station: Barbican. C10.
13 Sep: Doric String Quartet (Haydn). 18 Sep:
CADOGAN HALL
Classical Opera: The Mozartists. 22 Sep: Vienna
Classical events hall. 4 Sep: BBC Proms 2017:
Mozart Trio. 23 Sep: Sir Andras Schiff
(Mendelssohn, Brahms). 7.30pm. Please check for
Schubert String Quartet in C. 7 Sep: Royal
prices. 36 Wigmore St, W1U 2BP. T: 020-7935 2141.
Philharmonic Orchestra: A Celebration of
Howard Blake. 9 Sep: Russian State Opera: Tosca. www.wigmore-hall.org.uk. Station: Bond Street. D6.
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17 Sep: Grenfell Tower Benefit Concert (Mozart,
Schubert, Puccini, Tchaikovsky). 22 Sep: The
Tallis Scholars. (Monteverdi, Allegri). 27 Sep:
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ENTERTAINMENT
THE O2
Enormous venue for live music. 12 Sep: John
Legend. 17 Sep: Da-Bangg The Tour. 19 Sep:
The Foo Fighters. 30 Sep: Nick Cave & The Bad
Seeds. Part of an eight-week tour. Please check
for times and prices. The O2, Peninsula Square,
SE10 0AX. T: 0844-856 0202. www.theo2.co.uk.
Station: North Greenwich. Off map.
RONNIE SCOTT’S JAZZ CLUB
London’s most famous jazz venue. 1-2 Sep:
Spanish Harlem Orchestra. 4-9 Sep: Saluting
Sgt Pepper! With Django Bates and the Frankfurt
Radio Big Band. 14-16 Sep: Henry Butler’s
Jambalaya Band. 18-23 Sep: Incognito. 27-30 Sep:
Stacey Kent. Please check for full listings, times
and prices. 47 Frith St, W1D 4HT. T: 020-7439
0747. www.ronniescotts.co.uk. Station: Tottenham
Court Road. D7.
ROYAL ALBERT HALL
17 Sep: Texas. 18 Sep: Neil Sedaka. 21 Sep:
Later... With Jools Holland 25. 22 Sep:
Ryan Adams. 26 Sep: Wilko Johnson Band.
27 Sep: Diana Krall. 28 Sep: Late Night
Jazz – Ollie Howell. 30 Sep: Casino Royale
in concert. Kensington Gore, SW7 2AP.
T: 020-7589 8212. www.royalalberthall.com.
Station: South Kensington. F4.
ROYAL FESTIVAL HALL
8 Sep: Kiasmos + Dawn of Midi.
9 Sep: Penguin Cafe + Peter
Broderick. 13-14 Sep: Christy
Moore. 16 Sep: Shankar
Mahadevan’s Krishna. 17 Sep:
Hariharan – King of Ghazal.
Southbank Centre, Belvedere
Rd, SE1 8XX. T: 020-7928
3232. www.southbankcentre.
co.uk. E8.
Fall under the spell
of Wicked (p. 70)
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OPERA
ROYAL OPERA HOUSE
Home to The Royal Opera company. From 11 Sep:
La Bohème (Puccini). From 12 Sep: Die
Zauberflöte (Mozart). Please check for times and
prices. Bow St, WC2E 9DD. T: 020-7304 4000.
www.roh.org.uk. Station: Covent Garden. D8.
LONDON COLISEUM
From 28 Sep: Aida (Verdi) Please check for
times. Tickets £30-£105. 33 St Martin’s Lane,
WC2N 4ES. T: 020-7845 9300. www.eno.org.
Station: Charing Cross. E8.
DANCE
ROYAL OPERA HOUSE
The Royal Ballet Company’s home base.
From 27 Sep: Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.
Christopher Wheeldon’s ballet has fallen down
the rabbit hole. Please check for times and prices.
Bow St, WC2E 9DD. T: 020-7304 4000. www.roh.
org.uk. Station: Covent Garden. D8.
SADLER’S WELLS
12-16 Sep: Hofesh Shechter Company: Grand
Finale. A vision of a world in freefall. 20-23 Sep:
Akram Khan’s Giselle (English National Ballet).
27-30 Sep: Acosta Danza: Debut. International
dance icon Carlos Acosta launches his new
company with new works by Cuban dancers and
choreographers. 28-29 Sep: Joe Moran/Dance
Art Foundation: On the Habit of Being Oneself
Oneself.
Please check for times and prices. Sadler’s
Wells Theatre, Rosebery Avenue, EC1R 4TN.
T: 020-7863 8000. www.sadlerswells.com.
Station: Angel. Off map.
FESTIVALS & EVENTS
BBC PROMS
To 9 Sep: Annual
festival celebrating classical
music, with the aim of bringing it
to the masses at reasonable prices.
Most events take place at the Royal
Albert Hall (p. 76), plus some chamber
recitals at Cadogan Hall. Last Night
of the Proms is the grand finale,
with a simultaneous concert
in Hyde Park (9 Sep; p. 64).
Please check for times,
full listings and prices.
Royal Albert Hall,
Kensington Gore,
SW7 2AP. T: 020-7589 8212.
www.bbc.co.uk/proms. Station:
South Kensington. F4.
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CONCERTS: POP, JAZZ & WORLD
THE JAZZ CAFÉ
This live music and club specialises in jazz and
funk. 1 Sep: Beat of Brazil. 7 Sep: Sun Araw. 9 Sep:
A Night of Otis Redding. 12 Sep: Ukulele Orchestra
of Great Britain. 19 Sep: Loose Ends + Joe Fox.
21 & 29 Sep: Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry. Please check
for times and prices. 5 Parkway, NW1 7PG.
T: 0844-847 2514. www.thejazzcafelondon.com.
Station: Camden Town. Off map.
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SUMMER OF LOVE
Celebrate love at the Globe with a series of
romantic performances, including this month’s
King Lear (p. 74). Please check for times. Tickets
£5-£45. Shakespeare’s Globe, 21 New Globe Walk,
SE1 9DT. T: 020-7401 9919. www.shakespeares
globe.com. Station: Blackfriars. E10.
TOTALLY THAMES
1-30 Sep: An annual art and culture festival
celebrating the River Thames (p. 8). Events such
as river cruises, guided walks, watersports and
mudlarking take place on and around the river.
Times and prices vary, and many events are free.
Various locations. www.totallythames.org.
UNDERBELLY FESTIVAL
To 30 Sep: Regular summer
event on the South Bank, showcasing a packed
schedule of comedy, circus, cabaret, music and
family shows, plus a large outdoor bars. Don’t
miss Briefs: Close Encounters – a comical all-male
burlesque show. Please check for times, full
listings and prices. Belvedere Road Coach Park,
SE1 8XX. T: 0844-545 8252. www.underbelly
festival.com. Station: Waterloo. E8.
CHILDREN & FAMILIES
GANGSTA GRANNY
Following a UK tour, the stage version of
comedian and writer David Walliams’ children’s
book follows Ben as he stays in with his granny
– who luckily has a secret to spice things up.
Suitable for children over five. Please check for
times. Tickets £23.50-£65. Garrick Theatre,
2 Charing Cross Rd, WC2H 0HH. T: 0844-482
9673. www.garricktheatre.org. Station: Leicester
Square. E7/8.
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RUSTY NAILS AND OTHER HEROES
22-24 Sep: A cross between theatre, visual art
and animation, this animated show takes the
audience to a screen with a desert, and sounds
of the sea, to an enchanting soundtrack. Please
check for times. Tickets £12; children (up to 15)
£10. Little Angel Theatre, 14 Dagmar Passage,
N1 2DN. T: 020-7226 1787. www.little
angeltheatre.com. Station: Angel. Off map.
WHAT THE LADYBIRD HEARD
To 10 Sep: Stage adaptation
of the enchanting work by Julia Donaldson,
best known for The Gruffalo. Please check for
times. Tickets £14.50-£18.50. Lyric Theatre,
Shaftesbury Ave, W1D 7ES. T: 0330-333 4812.
Station: Piccadilly Circus. E7.
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KEEP ON PUSHING!
Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park
welcomes people of all abilities to
Parallel London (3 Sep; p. 83),
a series of runs, walks and races for
all. It’s a fun, mass participation
event where you can push your pals
in wheelchairs or kids in buggies,
with five courses, from 100m to
10km. It’s all about the taking part!
www.parallellondon.com
THE LIONS ROAR
It’s been a year since England
faced Slovakia in the World Cup
Qualifiers, and now it’s time for
the reverse match at Wembley
Stadium (4 Sep; p. 83). Both teams
stand a good chance of making
next year’s finals in Russia – but
as all pundits would say, nothing
is guaranteed in football.
www.wembleystadium.com
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ince American football
sprung on to the London
sporting stage in 2007,
the annual NFL (National
Football League) matches, held
at Wembley and Twickenham,
have gone from strength to
strength. All the tickets for the
matches in the International
Season here sell out, such is
the passion for the sport held
by US expats and ‘converts’.
London welcomes gridiron
teams from over the pond
to play four matches. At
Wembley Stadium (24 Sep),
the Baltimore Ravens make
their debut in the city facing
Jacksonville Jaguars – a team
that has played here every year
since 2013.
Three further matches see
New Orleans Saints against
Miami Dolphins at Wembley
(1 Oct), and at Twickenham, the
home of English rugby, Arizona
Cardinals vs LA Rams (22 Oct)
and Minnesota Vikings vs
Cleveland Browns (29 Oct).
TV audiences for the Super
Bowl have increased by more
than 75 per cent, and the UK
now has an NFL fan base of
more than 13 million. American
football is on our radar, now an
officially recognised sport in
UK universities and schools.
Super Bowl-winning
quarterback Kurt Warner, says:
‘We’ve seen an unbelievable
fan base here. Every time
we have a game here we are
amazed at the support in
London. Everyone would
be excited to see a possible
franchise – and a permanent
home here for the game.’
– Emma Levine
NFL © SEAN RYAN/NFL
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INFO
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Central London Map. Transport symbols: see Contents p. 5 for key. For more sports events
and information, see www.visitlondon.com/events
WATCH
ATHLETICS
3 Sep: Parallel London (p. 82). Olympic Stadium,
Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, E20 2ST. T: 0333003 2017. www.queenelizabetholympicpark.co.uk.
Station: Stratford. Off map.
TOURS & MUSEUMS
ARSENAL STADIUM TOUR & MUSEUM
Self-guided audio tours include the changing
rooms, players’ tunnel and the museum, plus
13 FA Cup trophies. Please check for times, prices
and occasional closures. See ‘Football’ for address.
BASKETBALL
CHELSEA FC STADIUM TOUR & MUSEUM
Guided one-hour tours include dressing room,
players’ tunnel and press room, plus the museum
with trophies. Please check for dates, times and
prices. See ‘Football’ for address.
22 Sep: Zalgiris Kaunas vs Torun Twarde Pierniki.
Copper Box Arena. See ‘Athletics’ for address.
CRICKET
NFL © SEAN RYAN/NFL
Lord’s: 7-11 Sep: England vs West Indies. 17 Sep:
National Village Cup Final. 19-22: Middlesex vs
Lancashire. St John’s Wood Rd, NW8 8QN. T: 020-
LORD’S TOUR & MUSEUM
Discover the home of cricket, including the MCC
7616 8500. www.lords.org. Station: St John’s Wood. C4. Museum with the Ashes urn. The guided tour
takes you to the Pavilion, Long Room and
Kia Oval: 5-8 Sep: Surrey vs Hampshire.
Honours Board, plus the England team’s dressing
12-15 Sep: Surrey vs Yorkshire. 19-22 Sep:
room. Please check for times and dates; booking
Surrey vs Somerset. 25-28 Sep: Surrey vs
essential. Adult £20, child (five-15) £12.
Lancashire. Kennington, SE11 5SS. T: 0844-375 See ‘Cricket’ for address.
1845. www.kiaoval.com. Station: Oval. Off map.
TWICKENHAM STADIUM TOUR
FOOTBALL
One of the world’s largest rugby stadiums,
Wembley Stadium: 4 Sep: England vs Slovakia. hosting major matches. Tours include England’s
Olympic Way, HA9 0WS. T: 0800-169 9933. www. dressing room and royal box. Tue-Sun; check for
wembleystadium.com. Olympic Way, HA9 0WS.
times, prices and occasional closures. Museum
T: 0800-169 2007. Station: Wembley Park. Off map. closed until 2018. Whitton Rd, Twickenham,
TW2 7BA. T: 020-8892 8877. www.englandrugby.
Premier League fixtures; all dates subject to change com/museum. Station: Twickenham. Off map.
Emirates Stadium: 9 Sep: Arsenal vs
Bournemouth. 25 Sep: Arsenal vs West Bromwich. THE WEMBLEY STADIUM TOUR
Drayton Park, N5 1BU. T: 020-7619 5000.
Go behind the scenes to relive sporting history
www.arsenal.com. Station: Holloway Road/
at this world-famous stadium – the UK’s
Arsenal/Finsbury Park. Off map.
largest sports and music venue. Regular
Rileys
tours daily 10am-4pm; check for
Sports Bar on
Stamford Bridge: 17 Sep: Chelsea vs
closures. Adult £20, child (five-15)
Haymarket
Arsenal. 30 Sep: Chelsea vs Man City.
£12. See ‘Football’ for address.
has 34 screens
Stamford Bridge, Fulham Rd, SW6 1HS.
showing more
T: 020-7958 2190. www.chelseafc.com.
WIMBLEDON LAWN TENNIS
than 70 sports
Station: Fulham Broadway. Off map.
MUSEUM & TOUR
channels
The museum includes the 1887 men’s
Wembley Stadium (for Tottenham).
singles trophy, Victorian tennis fashions,
16 Sep: Tottenham vs Swansea. www.tottenham
and John McEnroe’s ‘ghost’. To Jan 2018: On Air:
hotspur.com. See ‘Wembley Stadium’ for address.
Wimbledon and the BBC, 1927-2017. Exhibition
of old broadcasting equipment. The tour includes
RUGBY UNION
Centre Court. Check for times & prices. All England
2 Sep: Saracens vs Northampton Saints; London Lawn Tennis And Croquet Club, Church Rd, SW19
Irish vs Harlequins. Twickenham Stadium.
5AE. T: 020-8946 6131. www.wimbledon.com/
See ‘Twickenham Stadium Tour’ for address.
museum. Station: Southfields. Off map.
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SHOPPING
All images:
London Fashion
Week Festival
Proving that personalisation does
not have to be costly, Littlesmith in
Selfridges (p. 86) sells necklaces
that can have messages, initials
or names printed on them (up
to nine characters). The bars or
teardrop-shaped pendants come
in rose gold, silver and gold, and
are packaged in a stainless steel
gift case. Prices start at £24.
A GIRL’S BEST FRIEND
London’s iconic jeweller, De Beers,
has opened a new outlet in the
department store Harrods (p. 86).
‘We have designed this new space
with our local and international
clients in mind,’ says François
Delage, CEO of De Beers Diamond
Jewellers. You can create your own
bespoke ring by taking advantage
of the For You, Forever service.
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ondon, we humbly declare,
is the style capital of the
world. Not Paris, New
York or Milan. Instead it’s
this mother of a city that has
given birth to the three-piece
suit, bowler hat and trench coat.
Twice a year, British designers
showcase their collections
at London Fashion Week.
While many of the shows are
invite-only, London Fashion
Week Festival (21-24 Sep)
gives you the chance to get
a taste of the actual event.
Bag a front-row seat at a
catwalk show from one of
London’s latest designers,
and browse the pop-up shops
that have more than 150 brands
for men and women.
Panel discussions include
style director Marie Wilkinson
on eyewear trends, and curator
Lesley Miller on Balenciaga:
Shaping Fashion at the
Victoria and Albert Museum.
Look out, too, for Maybelline
New York and Toni & Guy’s
classes. www.londonfashion
weekfestival.com.
Carnaby Fashion Week
Festival (21-24 Sep; p. 85)
includes free talks, workshops
and giveaways. Urban Decay
has a beauty masterclass,
while Lazy Oaf has DJs
(21 Sep). www.carnaby.co.uk.
Regent Street Fashion and
Design Month (1-30 Sep; p. 85)
has talks by Oscar-winning
costume designer Jenny
Beavan and photographer
David Montgomery. There
are also photography, sewing
and knitting workshops.
www.regentstreetonline.com.
– Kohinoor Sahota
Carnaby Street, London, England.
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approximately 10am-6pm (Sun 11am-5pm), although some stores open until late on Thur
MAJOR SHOPPING AREAS
CARNABY STREET
Once the domain of 1960s mods and rockers,
these days the buzzing Carnaby area appeals
to the fashionable set. Home to independent
boutiques (p. 84). Station: Oxford Circus. B5.
OLD SPITALFIELDS MARKET
Indoor market with a mix of stalls, including
fashion (Sat), plus food. Mon-Fri & Sun
10am-5pm; Sat 11am-5pm. Brushfield St, E1 6AA.
T: 020-7247 8556. www.oldspitalfieldsmarket.
com. Station: Liverpool Street. B9.
COVENT GARDEN
A former vegetable market, now a popular centre
for arts, crafts stalls, plus restaurants, cafés and
pubs. Station: Covent Garden. B/C6.
PORTOBELLO ROAD MARKET
This long-running street market specialises
in antiques and curiosities. Busiest on Sat.
Fri-Sat 9am-5pm. Portobello Rd, W10 5TA.
www.portobelloroad.co.uk. Station: Notting
Hill Gate. Off map.
KING’S ROAD
High-street names and boutiques, plus adjacent
Duke Of York’s Square is great for fashion and
antiques. Station: Sloane Square. Off map.
OXFORD STREET
Europe’s busiest shopping street has department
stores and high-street chains. Station: Oxford
Circus/Bond Street/Marble Arch. B4/5/6.
REGENT STREET
Prestigious retail area with stores including
Apple, Liberty, Swarovski, Burberry and the first
British Ferrari shop (p. 84). Station: Oxford
Circus/Piccadilly Circus. B/C5.
MARKETS
BOROUGH MARKET
A popular destination for foodies, with produce,
snacks and wine on sale. Food stalls Mon-Tue
10am-5pm; full market Wed-Thur 10am-5pm; Fri
10am-6pm; Sat 8am-5pm. 8 Southwark St, SE1
1TL. T: 020-7407 1002. www.boroughmarket.org.
uk. Station: London Bridge. C8.
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SAVILE ROW
One of London’s most famous and exclusive
streets, great for gentlemen and full of bespoke
tailors. Station: Piccadilly Circus. C5.
BRICK LANE
Vintage shops and weekend stalls with items
from antiques to books, clothing and records.
Some shops open daily; market Sun 10am-5pm.
Brick Lane, E1 6PU. T: 020-7364 1717. www.visit
bricklane.org. Station: Aldgate East. Off map.
CAMDEN MARKET
Huge site with retro clothes, hand-made jewellery
and antiques, and a range of global street food.
Open daily 10am-6pm. Chalk Farm Road, NW1
8AF. T: 020-3763 9999. www.camdenlockmarket.
com. Station: Camden Town. Off map.
MAJOR STORES
DEBENHAMS
Great bargains can be found at this huge store,
including designer clothing, stylish homewares
and accessories. 334-348 Oxford St, W1C 1JG.
T: 0844 561 6161. www.debenhams.com.
Station: Oxford Circus. B4.
FORTNUM & MASON
Established in 1707, this historic store is famed
for its Food Hall, hampers and china. Don’t miss
the fashion and antiques departments, and the
Diamond Jubilee Tea Salon (p. 86). 181 Piccadilly,
W1A 1ER. T: 0845-300 1707. www.fortnumand
mason.com. Station: Green Park. E7.
FAIRANDSQUARE
Our
pick
LAPADA Arts & Antiques Fair (15-20 Sep)
comes to Berkeley Square to showcase
100 exhibitors
covering jewellery,
clocks and
fine art. Prices
range from
£500 to £500,000
– with pieces
that appeal to
first-time buyers
and collectors.
This highly
respected fair
includes established
as well as new
designers, and attracts
up to 20,000 people.
www.lapada
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HOUSE OF FRASER
Affordable designer fashion, beauty, homeware
and more at this one-stop shop. 318 Oxford St,
W1C 1HF. T: 0844-800 3752. www.houseof
fraser.com. Station: Oxford Circus. D6.
JOHN LEWIS
Established more than 150 years ago, this
British institution sells everything from hats
to homeware across its seven splendid floors.
300 Oxford St, W1A 1EX. T: 020-7629 7711.
www.johnlewis.com. Station: Oxford Circus. D6.
LIBERTY
Behind a mock-Tudor exterior, the store is
known for its fashion, beauty, haberdashery
Our
pick
THE ART OF SHOPPING
If you visit the iconic department Fortnum
& Mason (p. 85), you will find 50 works by
John Bellany on display (18 Sep-28 Oct).
This is the largest exhibition of the Scottish
artist’s work since his death in 2013. David
Bowie, who was a friend, features in one of
the paintings, which is a portrait of Bellany
and Bowie together (above). The pictures
can be spotted on the shop floor and in the
new 3 and 6 Bar. While you’re there, don’t
miss the lavish food hall.
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and fabrics adorned with the famous Liberty
print. Great Marlborough St, W1B 5AH (and
Westfield Stratford City). T: 020-7734 1234.
www.liberty.co.uk. Station: Oxford Circus. B5.
MARKS & SPENCER
Everything from food to furniture and clothing
to cosmetics at this trusted national institution.
458 Oxford St, W1C 1AP (and branches).
T: 020-7935 7954. www.marksandspencer.com.
Station: Marble Arch. B4.
PETER JONES
Seven floors of retail heaven in this store, with
clothes, cookware and accessories plus beauty
rooms and a top-floor restaurant. Sloane Square,
SW1W 8EL. T: 020-7730 3434. www.peterjones.
co.uk. Station: Sloane Square. Off map.
SELFRIDGES
Famous department store for fashion, beauty
and food, and home to the enormous Denim
Studios, plus a personal shopping service (p. 84).
400 Oxford St, W1A 1AB. T: 0800-123 400.
www.selfridges.com. Station: Bond Street. D6.
MALLS & FACTORY OUTLETS
BICESTER VILLAGE
A shopping haven in the Oxfordshire countryside,
where more than 130 spacious boutiques showcase
the world’s leading fashion brands, with prices
reduced all year round. Mon-Sat 9am-9pm;
Sun 10am-7pm. Bicester Village, Bicester,
Oxfordshire, OX26 6WD. T: 01869-323 200.
www.bicestervillage.com. Station: Marylebone
to Bicester Village. Bus: Shopping Express
Village coach from London hotels. Off map.
WESTFIELD LONDON
This huge mall has more than 300 luxury and
high-street stores and 65 restaurants. Ariel Way,
W12 7GF. T: 020-3371 2300. www.uk.westfield.com.
Station: Shepherd’s Bush. Map inset.
WESTFIELD STRATFORD CITY
London’s largest mall boasts 270 shops, plus
numerous restaurants and bars. 2 Stratford
Place, E20 1EJ. T: 020-8221 7300. www.westfield.
com/stratfordcity. Station: Stratford. Off map.
FASHION
ALEXANDER MCQUEEN
Tailored menswear from the fashion-forward
British label. 9 Savile Row, W1S 3PF. T: 020-7494
8840. www.alexandermcqueen.com. Station:
Oxford Circus/Piccadilly Circus. C5.
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HARRODS
One of the world’s most famous and iconic stores
(p. 84). Includes top fashion labels, jewellery,
accessories and a lavish food hall, as well as
many high-end bars and restaurants, such as
Caviar House Oyster Bar. 87-135 Brompton Rd,
SW1X 7XL. T: 020-7730 1234. www.harrods.com.
Station: Knightsbridge. F5.
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SHOPPING
PRIMARK
A bargain hunter’s paradise. This huge store
offers clothing and homewares at affordable
prices. 499-517 Oxford St, W1K 7DA (and
branches). T: 020-7495 0420. www.primark.com.
Station: Marble Arch. B4.
TOPSHOP
Flagship store brimming with catwalk-inspired
pieces at affordable prices, covering men’s and
womenswear. There’s also a nail and blowdry
bar. 214 Oxford St, W1W 8LG (and branches).
T: 08448-487 487. www.topshop.com.
Station: Oxford Circus. B5.
VIVIENNE WESTWOOD
Famous for her punk-inspired designs from
the ‘60s, the British designer is still as edgy as
ever. 44 Conduit St, W1S 2YL (and branches).
T: 020-7439 1109. www.viviennewestwood.com.
Station: Oxford Circus. C4/5.
SPECIALIST STORES
ABBEY ROAD STUDIOS SHOP
Music-inspired gifts, many of which are
perfect for fans of The Beatles. Includes
records, homeware, stationery and musical
instruments. 5 Abbey Rd,
NW8 9AA. https://shop.
abbeyroad.com. Station:
St John’s Wood. Off map.
BUCKINGHAM
PALACE SHOP
Royal souvenirs and
merchandise, including
items from limited edition
and commemorative china
cups to novelty corgi slippers.
7 Buckingham Palace Rd,
SW1W 0PP. T: 020-7839 1377.
www.royalcollectionshop.
co.uk. Station: Victoria. F6.
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IT’S ONLY ROCK ‘N’ ROLL
Shop selling rock memorabilia, T-shirts,
autographs and photos. 230 Baker St, NW1 5RT.
T: 020-7224 0277. www.itsonlyrocknrolllondon.
co.uk. Station: Baker Street. A3.
LONDON BEATLES STORE
London’s only Beatles shop stocks new and
original memorabilia. 231/233 Baker St,
NW1 6XE. T: 020-7935 4464. www.beatles
storelondon.co.uk. Station: Baker Street. A3.
LONDON GLASSBLOWING STUDIO
Watch glass objects being created before
your eyes as you browse great pieces for sale.
62-66 Bermondsey St, SE1 3UD. T: 020-7403
2800. www.londonglassblowing.co.uk.
Station: London Bridge. D8.
PANDORA
Jewellery, including charms. 257-259 Oxford St,
W1C 2DD (and branches). T: 020-7407 2007.
www.pandora.net. Station: Oxford Circus. B4.
TWININGS
Find more than 100 varieties of teas and
infusions at one of the oldest shops in London.
216 Strand, WC2R 1AP. T: 020-7353 3511.
www.twinings.co.uk. Station: Temple. D9.
WE BUILT THIS CITY
This shop puts a quirky spin on souvenirs.
Includes great prints of London.
56 Carnaby St, W1F 9QF.
www.webuilt-thiscity.com.
Station: Oxford Circus. B5.
THE WHISKY EXCHANGE
The biggest range of whiskies
and fine spirits in London, with
more than 1,000 to choose from.
2 Bedford St, WC2E 9HH.
T: 020-7403 8688. www.the
whiskyexchange.com. Station:
Charing Cross. C6.
Visit Buckingham Palace
Shop for royal-inspired gifts
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PAUL SMITH
On-trend classic for menswear, womenswear and
kids from the iconic British designer, also with
a wrapping service. 40-44 Floral St, WC2E 9TB
(and branches). T: 020-7379 7133. www.paulsmith.
co.uk. Station: Covent Garden. C6.
HAMLEYS
One of the world’s biggest toy shops, with seven
floors selling everything a child could ever dream
of, from classic boardgames to electronic gadgets.
188-196 Regent St, W1B 5BT. T: 0871-704 1977.
www.hamleys.com. Station: Oxford Circus. D7.
IMAGE COURTESY OF BUCKINGHAM PALACE SHOP
DOVER ST MARKET
High-fashion store from Comme des Garçons,
with cult labels. 17-18 Dover St, W1S 4LT.
T: 020-7518 0680. www.doverstreetmarket.com.
Station: Piccadilly Circus. E7.
Shopping Essentials
SHIPPING COMPANIES
If you are buying items
that you don’t wish to
carry home with you,
here is a selection of
companies in central
London that can assist
in delivering your goods.
Please check the websites
below for your most
convenient branch.
DHL:
Ryman, 227 Kensington High
St, W8 6SA. T: 020-7937 1107
Ryman, 64 Old Brompton Rd,
SW7 3LQQ. T: 020-7581 0858
Homebase, 195 Warwick Rd,
W14 8PU. T: 020-7602 5125.
www.dhl.co.uk
SIZING
MAIL BOXES etc:
SHOES
UK
US
CLOTHES
Euro
UK
WOMEN
3
4
5
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6
7
8
9
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36
37
38
39
41
42
XS
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10
12
14
16
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IMAGE COURTESY OF BUCKINGHAM PALACE SHOP
MEN
7
8
9
10
11
12
8
9
10
11
12
13
8
9
10
11
12
13
Euro
2
4
6
8
10
12
34
36
38
40
42
44
MEN (CHEST)
41
42
43
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46
47
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M
L
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36
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44
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36
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CHILDREN
CHILDREN
7
8
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10
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US
WOMEN
24
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27
28
29
30.5
4-5yrs
6-7
8-9
10-11
12-13
14-15
4-5yrs
6-7
8-9
10
12
13
110cm
116-122
128-134
140-146
152-158
164-170
TAX-FREE SHOPPING
Value Added Tax (VAT) is
a 20% sales tax added on all
goods except food, books and
children’s clothing. Overseas
visitors from outside the EU
can shop tax-free in the UK,
recouping some of the cost of
the item. Don’t forget to ask
in-store for more information
about tax-free shopping.
72 Great Titchfield St,
W1W 7QW. T: 020-7580 9111
28 Old Brompton Rd, SW7 3SS.
T: 020-7581 2825
95 Wilton Rd, SW1V 1BZ.
T: 020-7630 8123.
www.mbe.co.uk
PACK & SEND:
124 North End Rd, W14 9PP.
T: 020-7381 9000
417 Upper Richmond Rd,
SW14 7PJ. T: 020-8392 6990.
www.packsend.co.uk
UPS:
Food & Wine, 20 Wellington St,
WC2E 7DD. T: 0845-687 7877
Great Portland Street News,
Great Portland St, W1W 5PS.
T: 0845-687 7877
Londis, 77-79 Union St, SE1 1SG.
T: 0845-687 7877. www.ups.com
POST OFFICES:
The Plaza,
Oxford St, W1D 1LT
54-56 Great Portland St,
W1W 7NE
111 Baker St,
W1U 6SG
32a Grosvenor St,
W1K 4PA
9 Russell Square,
WC1B 5EQ
All branches:
T: 0845-611 2970
www.postoffice.co.uk
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BRITAIN’S GOT TALENT
Michelin-starred restaurant
Sketch has celebrated artists ever
since it commissioned Martin
Creed to transform its interior.
It’s the venue for Kinetica Art fair
(to 9 Sep), showcasing electronic
and new media art.
9 Conduit St, W1S 2XG
RAISING THE STEAKS
True carnivores will love
Meatopia (1-3 Sep) in Tobacco
Dock, to watch top chefs and
butchers at work, and sample
meat cooked over logs or charcoal.
Meat also gets theatrical here,
with shows and demonstrations.
www.meatopia.co.uk
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T
reat yourself to
contemporary British
cuisine at two new London
venues that show off some
of our creative young chefs.
Ollie Dabbous opened his
first restaurant, Dabbous,
in 2012 on Charlotte Street,
which quickly earned him
a Michelin star. His latest
venture is Henrietta in
Covent Garden’s boutique
hotel of the same name.
Here, Dabbous uses leaves,
sprigs of fresh herbs and
rainbow-hued flowers in
his seasonal dishes: starters
include a rich beef tartare
with nasturtium, and grilled
flatbread with sesame labneh
and spring blossoms. Should
you eat it or Instagram it?
Choose a main, perhaps
seven-year grass-fed
Simmental sirloin with crushed
green herbs, or charred salmon
with cockles, cucumber and
lovage. A flaky custard tart
packed with raspberries and
pickled rose petals keeps
the floral theme going – and
is divine (14-15 Henrietta St,
WC2E 8QH).
Another new opening is
Magpie, from Sam Herlihy
and James Ramsden. These
thirty-something chefs
founded Pidgin, a Michelinstarred supper club-turnedrestaurant in Hackney.
Their new place serves a
modern interpretation of dim
sum, with trolleys laden with
small plates wheeled around
to tables. Pick dishes to share,
such as grilled celeriac with
a watermelon barbecue sauce.
Save space for dessert – the
strawberry panzanella with
olive oil ice cream is amazing.
And to prove that the duo have
retained their fun side, there’s
a drinks trolley with cocktails
(10 Heddon St, W1B 4BX).
British chefs will always
make their mark on the city,
whatever their age.
– Emma Levine
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Clockwise from left:
Magpie; Henrietta;
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AMERICAN
BUBBA GUMP SHRIMP CO.
Fun seafood restaurant. Daily L & D. ££.
Unit 75 Trocadero, 13 Coventry St, W1D 7AB.
T: 020-3763 5288. www.bubbagumpshrimp.co.uk.
Station: Piccadilly Circus. E7.
CEVICHE
Peruvian kitchen serving super fresh fish and
salads, prepared as you watch. Daily L & D. ££.
17 Frith St, W1D 4RG (and Old St branch).
T: 020-7292 2040. www.cevicheuk.com.
Station: Leicester Square. D7.
DESEJO DO BRAZIL
Charruscaria (barbecued meat) and great
cocktails. Daily D. £-££. 168 Sussex Gardens,
W2 1TP. T: 020-7402 3456. www.desejodobrazil
restaurant.com. Station: Paddington. D4.
HAM HOLY BURGER
This cult Italian burger restaurant in John
Lewis department store has gourmet burgers
made with the finest ingredients. Daily L & D
(Mon-Sat closes 8pm; Thur 9pm; Sun 6pm). £.
300 Oxford St, W1A 1EX. T: 020-7499 8296. www.
hamholyburger.co.uk. Station: Oxford Circus. B5.
JACKSON + RYE
US-style restaurant serving diner-like breakfast,
brunch, lunch and dinner, plus a cocktail bar
(p. 96). Daily B, L & D. ££. 56 Wardour St, W1D
4JG. T: 020-7437 8338. www.jacksonrye.com.
Station: Piccadilly Circus. E7
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HARD ROCK CAFE
US classics at London’s original burger joint,
which is packed with great music memorabilia.
Daily L & D. ££. 150 Old Park Lane, W1K 1QZ.
T: 020-7514 1700. www.hardrock.com.
Station: Hyde Park Corner. E8.
OBLIX
On the 32nd floor of The Shard, enjoy this ultra
sophisticated New York-style rotisserie/grill
cuisine with amazing views. Daily L & D. £££. 31
St Thomas St, SE1 9RY. T: 020-7268 6700. www.
oblixrestaurant.com. Station: London Bridge. E10.
PLANET HOLLYWOOD
Enjoy burgers, pizzas and cocktails. Check
out its movie memorabilia, too. Daily L & D
(bar to 1am). ££. 57-60 Haymarket, SW1Y
4QX. T: 020-7287 1000. www.planethollywood
london.com. Station: Piccadilly Circus. E7.
RAINFOREST CAFE
Busy all-day dining in a mock rainforest
jungle, with life-size animatronic animals and
a family-friendly menu for all ages. Daily L & D.
££. 20 Shaftesbury Ave, W1D 7EU. T: 020-7434
3111. www.therainforestcafe.co.uk.
Station: Piccadilly Circus. E3.
BRITISH
AQUA SHARD
Head up to level 31 of landmark The Shard for
contemporary British cuisine and fantastic
views. Daily B, L & D. £££. 31 St Thomas St,
SE1 9RY. T: 020-3011 1256. www.aquashard.
co.uk. Station: London Bridge. E10.
CAFÉ IN THE CRYPT
In this landmark Palladian church’s basement
(p. 34) the popular café serves great English food
at reasonable prices. During the summer, you
can also eat outside sitting in the open terrace.
Mon-Sat B, L & D; Sun 11am-6pm. £.
St Martin-in-the-Fields, corner of Trafalgar
Square, WC2N 4JJ. T: 020-7766 1158.
www.smitf.org. Station: Charing Cross. D7.
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A MEATING OF MINDS
The central district of Victoria has enjoyed
a regeneration. The Stoke House, a vast loftstyle eatery with high ceilings, has opened with
rustic touches such as wooden crates bursting
with fruit and vegetables. Like a smart
carvery, you can pick from meats that have
been smoked and slow-cooked with care.
Lunchtime sandwiches such as pork collar,
fennel slaw and crackling start at just £6.
81 Buckingham Palace Rd, SW1W 0AJ.
www.thestokehouse.com
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CITY SOCIAL
This award-winning restaurant and bar from
Jason Atherton boasts beautiful views. Mon-Fri
L & D; Sat D. £££. Tower 42, 25 Old Broad St, EC2N
1HQ. T: 020-7877 7703. www.citysociallondon.com.
Station: Liverpool Street. B9.
and lobster. Daily L; Mon-Sat D to 8pm. £££.
87-135 Brompton Rd, SW1X 7XL. T: 020-3819 8888.
www.chaiwu.co.uk. Station: Knightsbridge. F5.
HAKKASAN
Michelin-starred Chinese fusion cuisine. Don’t
miss the Dim Sum Sundays. Daily L & D. £££.
8 Hanway Place, W1T 1HD (and Mayfair branch).
T: 020-7927 7000. www.hakkasan.com. Station:
Tottenham Court Road. D7.
ST PANCRAS GRAND
This ornate Searcey’s dining room in the
Eurostar terminal is a great ambassador for
British brasserie-style dishes. Daily B, L & D. ££.
Upper Concourse, St Pancras International,
MIN JIANG
N1C 4QL. T: 020-7870 9900. www.searcys.co.uk. Superb cuisine and great park views at this
Station: King’s Cross St Pancras. C8.
five-star Chinese restaurant. Daily L & D. £££.
Royal Garden Hotel, 2-24 Kensington High St,
SOPHIE’S STEAKHOUSE & BAR
W8 4PT. T: 020-7361 1988. www.minjiang.co.uk.
Excellent British dishes, including burgers,
Station: High Street Kensington. F3.
steaks and terrine boards. Daily L & D. ££. 29-31
Wellington St, WC2E 7DB (and Chelsea branch). ROYAL CHINA CLUB
T: 020-7836 8836. www.sophiessteakhouse.co.uk. The flagship branch of its six London outlets,
Station: Covent Garden. D8.
this huge Cantonese restaurant is especially
popular for its excellent dim sum, served daily
CHINESE
noon-5pm. Daily L & D. ££. 24-26 Baker St,
CHAI WU
W1U 3BZ (and branches). T: 020-7487 4688.
This modern venue in Harrods department store www.rcguk.co.uk. Station: Baker Street. D6.
serves luxury ingredients such as Wagyu beef
FISH & SEAFOOD
GREAT BRITISH FISH & CHIPS
With a British-themed interior, this informal
REVIEW
restaurant is a patriotic tribute to our national
dish. Mon-Thur 10am-7pm; Fri-Sun 10am-9pm.
£. County Hall, Riverside Building, Queen’s Walk,
SE1 7PB. T: 020-7928 3019. www.greatbritish
fishnchips.co.uk. Station: Westminster. F8.
Arsenal FC fans from around the world know
Piebury Corner – it started as a pop-up stall
on match days near Emirates Stadium. Its
husband-and-wife owners Nicky and Paul
Campbell now have a venue in King’s Cross.
You don’t have to love football to find their
pies divine – fillings range from jerk chicken
to ox cheek. Vegetarians are catered for, with
sweet potato, goat’s cheese and spinach – and
the walls are dotted with retro film posters.
3 Caledonian Rd, N1 9DX. T: 020-7688 2987.
www.pieburycorner.com
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POPPIE’S
This traditional fish and chip shop, decorated
with vintage memorabilia, has a huge choice from
jellied eels to halibut. It also offers takeaways.
Daily L & D. £. 55 Old Compton St, W1D 6HW
(and branches). T: 020-7734 4845. www.poppies
fishandchips.co.uk. Station: Oxford Circus. D7.
THE SEA SHELL
Enjoy classic fish and chips, or try elegant dishes
of goujons of lemon sole, and pan-fried king
scallops. Mon-Sat L & D. ££. 49-51 Lisson Grove,
NW1 6UH. T: 020-7224 9000. www.seashell
restaurant.co.uk. Station: Marylebone. C5.
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COMFORT ZONE
MR FISH
The fish here is deliciously fresh and great
value, with mains including sea bass, scampi
and skate. Daily L & D. £. 51 Salusbury Rd, NW6
6NJ. T: 020-7624 8181. www.mrfish.uk.com.
Station: Queen’s Park. Off map.
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FRENCH
AUBAINE
Cosmopolitan, classic dishes in a bistro setting.
Daily B, L & D. ££. 38 Broadgate Circle, EC2M 1QS
(and branches). T: 020-3773 3650. www.aubaine.
co.uk. Station: Liverpool Street. F5.
GAYLORD RESTAURANT
Iconic Indian restaurant, serving awardwinning sheekh kebabs and Mughal dishes.
Daily L & D. ££. 79-81 Mortimer St, W1W 7SJ.
T: 020-7580 3615. www.gaylordlondon.com.
Station: Oxford Circus. D7.
BEL CANTO
Dine on French food while listening to live
opera performed by music students. Wed-Sat D.
£££. Corus Hotel Hyde Park, 67 Bayswater Rd,
W2 3LG. T: 020-7262 1678. www.belcantolondon.
co.uk. Station: Lancaster Gate. Off map.
HAANDI
This cosy restaurant offers an excellent range of
North Indian dishes. Mon-Sun L & D. £. 7 Cheval
Place, SW7 1EW. T: 020-7823 7373. www.haandi
restaurants.com. Station: Knightsbridge. D3.
BRASSERIE ZÉDEL
This huge Parisian-style brasserie serves
great-value French food, especially its prix fixe
menu. Daily L & D. ££. 20 Sherwood St, W1F 7ED.
T: 020-7734 4888. www.brasseriezedel.com.
Station: Piccadilly Circus. E7.
LE RESTAURANT DE PAUL
Ideal for a pre-theatre menu, while the bakery has
coffee, sandwiches and pastries to go. Daily B, L &
D. ££. 29 Bedford St, WC2E 9ED. T: 020-7836 3304.
www.paul-uk.com. Station: Covent Garden. D8.
LA PORTE DES INDES
Dine in a former Edwardian ballroom for a
unique taste of colonial India with French-Creole
influences. Daily L & D. ££. 32 Bryanston St,
W1H 7EG. T: 020-7224 0055. www.laportedes
indes.com. Station: Marble Arch. B3.
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GASTROPUBS
THE EAGLE
This is one of London’s first gastropubs; it offers
superior dishes such as roast pork belly and grilled
scallops. Mon-Sat L & D; Sun L. ££. 159 Farringdon
Rd, EC1R 3AL. T: 020-7837 1353. www.theeagle
farringdon.co.uk. Station: Farringdon. B7.
INDIAN
AMAYA
The Michelin-starred dishes are full of exotic
twists on Indian dishes, with an open grill
kitchen. Daily L & D. £££. Halkin Arcade,
19 Motcomb St, SW1X 8JT. T: 020-7823 1166.
www.amaya.biz. Station: Knightsbridge. F6.
CHUTNEY MARY
This longstanding gourmet Indian restaurant
offers a gourmet tour of seven Indian regions.
Mon-Fri B, L & D; Sat L & D. ££. 73 St James’s St,
SW1A 1PH. T: 020-7629 6688. www.chutney
mary.com. Station: Green Park. E7.
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Local flavours from the streets of the
Middle East arrive in Soho courtesy of
Tabun Kitchen. This tiny, bright café
on buzzing Berwick Street is named
after the clay oven (tabun) – the type that
founder Hanan Kattan’s ancestors used
in Bethlehem. The food is extremely fresh:
the smooth hummus is made three times
a day. Taste the tabun-baked manaeesh – a
crisp hot flatbread topped with za’atar spices
and akkawi cheese – and crunchy maftoul
salad, perfect for lunch. The flavour-packed
lamb makloubeh makes for a hearty dinner.
77 Berwick St, W1F 8TH. T: 020-7324 7767.
www.tabunkitchen.com
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THE WELLS
This bright, airy pub near Hampstead Heath serves
top-quality, seasonal British cuisine including
Sunday lunch. Daily L & D. ££. 30 Well Walk,
NW3 1BX. T: 020-7794 3785. www.thewells
hampstead.co.uk. Station: Hampstead. Off map.
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MASALA ZONE
Enjoy great-value Indian street food in this vibrant
chain of restaurants – try the grand thali. Daily L
& D. £. 48 Floral St, WC2E 9DA (and branches).
T: 020-7379 0101. www.masalazone.com.
Station: Covent Garden. D6.
Wed-Sat L & D until 8pm; Sun L until 6pm.
££. 300 Oxford St, W1A 1EX (and branches).
T: 020-7495 8409. www.rossopomodoro.co.uk.
Station: Oxford Circus. B5.
JAPANESE
BENIHANA
Chefs create griddle-cooked dishes at your table
MEMORIES OF INDIA
This smart restaurant is well located for South
at this entertaining restaurant. Try the Wagyu
Kensington’s museums and the Royal Albert Hall. beef and grilled prawns, plus sushi and sashimi.
Daily L & D. ££. 18 Gloucester Rd, SW7 4RB.
Mon-Sat L & D; Sun D. £££. 37 Sackville St,
T: 020-7589 6450. www.memoriesofindia.com.
W1S 3EH (and branches). T: 020-7494 2525.
Station: Gloucester Road. G4.
www.benihana.co.uk. Station: Piccadilly Circus. E7.
INAMO
Enjoy the funky design of this Asian-fusion
restaurant, then order from your table, which
is a touch-screen computer. The boldly flavoured
dishes served here include wasabi prawns. Daily
L & D. ££. 11-14 Hanover Place, WC2E 9JP.
VEERASWAMY
T: 020-7484 0500. www.inamo-restaurant.com.
London’s oldest Indian restaurant has a Michelin Station: Covent Garden. B6.
star and plush décor. Daily L & D. £££. 99 Regent
St, W1B 4RS. T: 020-7734 1401. www.veera
TOKYO DINER
swamy.com. Station: Piccadilly Circus. E7.
Intimate, informal and good value, Tokyo Diner
offers sushi and sashimi, as well as rice and
ITALIAN
noodle dishes. Tue-Sun L & D. £. 2 Newport Place,
BELLA ITALIA
WC2H 7JJ. T: 020-7287 8777. www.tokyo
Excellent for traditional dishes, such as Roma
diner.com. Station: Leicester Square. E7.
pizzas, meaty lasagne and creamy carbonara.
MEXICAN
Daily B, L & D. ££. 100 Baker St, W1U 6TW
(and branches). T: 020-3058 3458. www.bella
CHIQUITO
italia.co.uk. Station: Baker Street. D6.
This colourful venue serves a wide selection of
Tex-Mex classics. The children’s menu is under
PIZZA PILGRIMS
£5. Daily B, L & D. ££. 20-21 Leicester Square,
Born from a desire to create the ‘perfect pizza’,
WC2H 7LE (and branches). T: 020-7321 6070.
this eatery serves authentic bases with inventive www.chiquito.co.uk. Station: Leicester Square. E7.
toppings. Daily L & D. 11 Dean St (and branches),
W1D 3RP. T: 020-7287 8964. www.pizzapilgrims. WAHACA
co.uk. Station: Tottenham Court Road. D7.
A popular chain of stylish cantinas, with the
spirit of a Mexican market. Feast on burritos,
POLPO
tacos and quesadillas. Daily L & D. £. 80 Wardour
This serves simple, small plates such as crab
St, W1F 0TF (and branches). T: 020-7734
arancini and fritto misto, which are
0195. www.wahaca.co.uk.
ideal for sharing. Daily L & D. ££.
Station: Piccadilly Circus. B5.
41 Beak St, W1F 9SB (and
MIDDLE EASTERN
branches). T: 020-7734 4479.
www.polpo.co.uk. Station:
NOPI
Piccadilly Circus. D7.
Yotam Ottolenghi’s Middle
Eastern-inspired menu, with
ROSSOPOMODORO
dishes to share, is an informal
This authentic Neapolitan
venue. Mon-Sat B, L & D. Sun B
pizza restaurant in John Lewis
& L. ££. 21-22 Warwick St,
department store offers pizzas
W1B 5NE. T: 020 7494 9584.
Visit the all-American diner,
Jackson + Rye, for burgers,
and pasta using fresh produce.
www.nopi-restaurant.com.
steaks and ribs (p. 91)
Thur L & D until 9pm;
Station: Piccadilly Circus. E7.
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MINT LEAF
Innovative Indian cuisine in a chic setting. MonFri L & D; Sat-Sun D. ££. Suffolk Place, Haymarket,
SW1Y 4HX. T: 020-7930 9020. www.mintleaf
london.com. Station: Piccadilly Circus. E7.
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If you want to enjoy the great British dining
Victorian building – one of the most famous
experience, look no further! Daily 11am-11.30pm. entertainment venues in the world.
9 Porchester Road, Bayswater, W2 5DP.
020 7229 4161. mrfish.uk.com.
Bayswater/Queensway/Royal Oak. Map B1.
ADVERTORIAL
Door 12, Royal Albert Hall, Kensington Gore, SW7
2AP. 020 7070 4401. verdiitalian.com. South
Kensington/High Street Kensington. Map D2.
EATING OUT
MODERN EUROPEAN
THE DELAUNAY
Situated in Theatreland, the interior and
menu of this restaurant are inspired by central
Europe’s grand cafés. Famous for its breakfast
dishes. Daily B, L & D. ££-£££. 55 Aldwych,
WC2B 4BB. T: 020-7499 8558. www.thedelaunay.
com. Station: Temple. D8.
HELIOT STEAK HOUSE
EL PIRATA
For more than 20 years, El Pirata has hit the
spot as London’s top restaurant for traditional
Spanish tapas. Located in the heart of
Mayfair, it’s the perfect place for a true taste
of the Mediterranean. Informal, inexpensive
and above all, authentic – the restaurant uses
the finest Spanish produce, including jamón
ibérico. Celebrity fans include Brian May and
Johnny Depp, and food critics are unanimous
in their praise of this ‘Spanish gem’.
5-6 Down Street, Mayfair, W1 7AQ.
020 7491 3810/020 7409 1315.
elpirata.co.uk. Green Park. Map C5.
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115 Westbourne Grove, W2 4UP.
T: 020-7234 8108. www.ting-shangri-la.com.
020 7727 5000. elpiratadetapas.co.uk.
Station: London Bridge. E10.
Bayswater/Queensway. Map C1.
AUTHENTIC THAI CUISINE
at the award winning
THAI POT
since 1992
Awarded:
Authentic Thai Food –
Ministry of
Commerce, Thailand
4 stars –
Master Chef UK
Thai Select Award –
Department of Export
Promotion, Ministry of
Commerce, Thailand
020 7379 4580
www.thaipot.biz
1 Bedfordbury,
Covent Garden,
London WC2N 4BP
behind ENO, Coliseum,
Ë Charing Cross Station
(Covent Garden exit)
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VERDI
Dine on Italian classics or enjoy afternoon tea
in the iconic Royal Albert Hall. Tue-Sun L & D.
££. Door 12, Royal Albert Hall, Kensington Gore,
SW7 2AP. T: 020-7070 4401. www.royalalbert
hall.com/verdi. Station: South Kensington. F4.
RIVERSIDE
BATEAUX LONDON
Enjoy British cuisine on a delightful river cruise
along the Thames. Daily L & D; Sun jazz with
three-course L. £££. Embankment Pier, WC2N
6NU. T: 020-7695 1800. www.bateauxlondon.com.
Station: Embankment. E8.
LONDON SHOWBOAT
Drift down the River Thames past London’s
landmarks while enjoying a four-course dinner.
Nightly. £££. Booking essential. Departs from
Westminster Pier 7.30pm. Westminster Pier,
SW1A 2JR. T: 020-7740 0400. www.city
cruises.com. Station: Westminster. F8.
R.S. HISPANIOLA
Mediterranean cuisine aboard this restaurant
ship. Look out for comedy nights, jazz music
sessions and a murder mystery evening. Daily
L & D. ££. Victoria Embankment, WC2N 5DJ.
T: 020-7839 3011. www.hispaniola.co.uk.
Station: Embankment. E8.
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SOUTH EAST ASIAN
CHI KITCHEN
Pan-Asian food in department store Debenhams,
with a superb setting – see the chefs at work in
an open-plan dining space. Daily B, L & D. ££.
334-348 Oxford St, W1C 1JG. T: 020-3841 6888.
www.chikitchen.co.uk. Station: Oxford Circus. D6.
MANGO TREE
Elegant fine-dining restaurant near Buckingham
Palace. Daily L & D. ££-£££. 46 Grosvenor Place,
SW1X 7EQ (and Harrods branch). T: 020-7823
1888. www.mangotree.org.uk. Station: Victoria. F6.
ROSA’S THAI CAFÉ
Expect modern cuisine in a relaxed setting.
The menu offers a range of dishes, from curries
and pad Thai to healthy salads. Daily L & D. ££.
48 Dean St, W1D 5BF. T: 020-7494 1638. www.rosas
thaicafe.com. Station: Leicester Square. D7.
THAI POT
This popular spot, offering a huge range of
good-value Thai dishes, has stylish décor.
Mon-Sat L & D. £. 1 Bedfordbury, WC2N 4BP.
T: 020-7379 4580. www.thaipot.biz.
Station: Covent Garden. D8.
SPANISH
EL PIRATA
Pick from dozens of top-quality Spanish tapas
at this buzzing venue. Mon-Fri L & D; Sat D.
££. 5-6 Down St, W1J 7AQ. T: 020-7491 3810.
www.elpirata.co.uk. Station: Green Park. E6.
VEGETARIAN & VEGAN
MILDREDS
A homely Soho institution with delicious dishes
made from meat-free ingredients. Mon-Sat L &
D. ££. 45 Lexington St, W1F 9AN (and branches).
T: 020-7494 1634. www.mildreds.co.uk.
Station: Oxford Circus. D7.
TIBITS
Help yourself to a huge selection of fresh salads,
hot dishes and desserts, and pay by plate weight.
Daily B, L & D. £-££. 12-14 Heddon St, off Regent
St, W1B 4DA. T: 020-7758 4112. www.tibits.co.uk.
Station: Piccadilly Circus. D7.
WOODLANDS
Excellent Indian cuisine catering for people
with gluten-free, vegan and Jain diets. Daily
L & D. £££. 77 Marylebone Lane, W1U 2PS (and
branches). T: 020-7486 3862. www.woodlands
restaurant.co.uk. Station: Bond Street. D6.
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NIGHTLIFE
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Clockwise from
this image:
Nightjar;
The Jazz Café;
Ronnie Scott’s
Whitechapel Gallery (p. 61),
known for its contemporary
art exhibitions, has recently
revamped its wining and dining.
The Refectory is a café by day,
but after hours it transforms into
an informal wine bar (Thur-Sat
6pm-11pm), serving rare bottles
of wine from private cellars and
auctions. There are also tutored
wine tastings on alternate Friday
evenings – you can also tuck into
small plates while you’re there.
L
ondon is a world player
on the jazz scene with
50-year-old established
venues and many more
young, pioneering ones. As the
capital loses many of its music
venues, it has become a priority
for the Mayor of London, Sadiq
Khan, to promote smaller ones.
Step back in time at famous
jazz club Ronnie Scott’s
(p. 102). Going strong since
1959, it has welcomed all the
greats over the years, including
Miles Davis and Charlie Parker.
The informal Upstairs@
Ronnie’s bar and club is open
until 3am, with events from
jive nights to poetry slams.
Reminiscent of an old-school
speakeasy, you’ll want to wear
your dancing shoes at
Nightjar. Soak in the 1920s
ambience sitting at a tiny
candlelit table where your
orders for food and drinks are
taken– no queuing up at a busy
bar. Jazz or swing bands play
nightly, and there are sets after
midnight at the weekend
(129 City Rd, EC1V 1JB).
Vortex Jazz Club in Dalston
has won over jazz fans with its
high-quality live shows in an
informal setting. The volunteerrun venue keeps costs low,
aiming to bring jazz to the
masses and nurture new talent
(11 Gillett Square, N16 8AZ).
The Jazz Café in Camden
has more of a nightclub feel,
especially its DJ club nights
Night Thing (Fri) and Soul
City (Sat). You can dance
in the standing area, or
take a seat in the restaurant
that overlooks the stage
(5 Parkway, NW1 7PG).
– Emma Levine
www.visitlondon.com/music
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THE ART OF WINE
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Most bars are open 11am-11pm, most nightclubs are open 10pm-3am. The UK’s legal drinking age
is 18 years old. ID may be required. Map: refers to the grid coordinates on our Central London
map. Transport symbols: see Contents p. 5 for key
TRADITIONAL PUBS
MAGPIE & STUMP
Opposite the Old Bailey courts, this historic pub
dates back to the 1500s. 18 Old Bailey, EC4M 7EP.
T: 020-7248 5085. www.magpieandstump.com.
Station: St Paul’s. D10.
LIVE ENTERTAINMENT
THE BLUES KITCHEN
Bourbon and burgers, plus bands and DJs.
111 Camden High St, NW1 7JN (and Shoreditch
branch). T: 020-7387 5277. www.theblues
kitchen.com. Station: Camden Town. Off map.
THE SPANIARDS INN
A cosy, ancient pub by Hampstead Heath, which
author Charles Dickens frequented. Spaniards Rd,
NW3 7JJ. T: 020-8731 8406. www.thespaniards
hampstead.co.uk. Station: Hampstead. Off map.
LONDON CABARET CLUB
Cabaret, dance and theatre. Bloomsbury
Ballroom, Victoria House, Bloomsbury Square,
WC1B 4DA. T: 020-7242 0002. www.thelondon
cabaretclub.com. Station: Holborn. D8.
WAXY O’CONNOR’S
Huge Irish-themed pub with live music, food
menu and four bars. 14-16 Rupert St, W1D 6DD.
T: 020-7287 0255. www.waxyoconnors.co.uk.
Station: Piccadilly Circus. E7.
RONNIE SCOTT’S
This renowned Soho jazz club was established
in 1959. Booking is essential for concerts, but
not necessary for Ronnie’s Bar (p. 100). 47 Frith
St, W1D 4HT. T: 020-7439 0747. www.ronnie
scotts.co.uk. Station: Tottenham Court Road. D7.
YE OLDE CHESHIRE CHEESE
Historic pub with snug 17th-century rooms and
narrow passageways. 145 Fleet St, EC4A 2BU.
T: 020-7353 6170. Station: Blackfriars. D9.
BARS & CLUBS
THE BACK ROOM
Next door to Hard Rock, this bar boasts iconic
music items, including a door from the Apple
Studios signed by the Beatles. Enjoy cocktails.
www.hardrock.com. 148b Old Park Lane, W1K
1QZ. T: 020-7514 1700. Station: Green Park. E6.
CASINOS
CASINO AT THE EMPIRE
An Asian restaurant, bars, poker room and
games. Open 24 hours daily. 5-6 Leicester Square,
WC2 7NA. T: 020-3627 0818. www.thecasino
lsq.com. Station: Leicester Square. E7.
FIXINGTHECYCLE
GONG
Located on the 52nd floor of The Shard, Gong
is a smart lounge and bar. 31 St Thomas St,
SE1 9QU. T: 020-7234 8208. www.shangrila.com. Station: London Bridge. E10.
GORDON’S WINE BAR
Enjoy a large selection of wines in this brickwalled basement, established in 1890. 47 Villiers
St, WC2N 6NE. T: 020-7930 1408. www.gordons
winebar.com. Station: Charing Cross. E8.
RILEYS SPORTS BAR
There are 34 screens, table football and
American food. Daily B, L & D. £. 380 Haymarket,
SW1Y 4TE. T: 020-7930 0393. www.rileyssports
bars.co.uk. Station: Piccadilly Circus. E3.
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If you live to recycle, then you’ll love
Nine Lives, a funky new basement bar in
Bermondsey. With a ‘no-waste’ ethos, it uses
ingredients from its garden – even the lemon
peel that garnishes the cocktails is used and
reused to within an inch of its life. Furnishings
are repurposed in an industrial-chic style,
and the bar aims to avoid disposables – even
plastic straws. All beers are brewed locally.
DJs play eclectic lounge and dance music
to liven up the weekends.
8 Holyrood St, SE1 2EL. T: 020-7407 4430.
www.ninelivesbar.com
NINE LIVES COURTESY OF NINE LIVES
BUDDHA-BAR
This trendy club and restaurant attracts
a fashion-conscious crowd. 145 Knightsbridge,
SW1X 7PA. T: 020-3667 5222. www.buddha
barlondon.com. Station: Knightsbridge. F5.
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BEYOND LONDON
Why not escape the capital with a visit to some
of Britain’s other best-loved towns and cities?
This image: Cumberland Lodge
Below: Abbot’s Hospital
BUILDING
Enjoy Heritage Open Days festival with a visit to a building steeped
in history – and rarely open to the public, says Alex Wellington
I
f you travel outside London on the weekend
of 7-10 September you’ll find an extra-warm
welcome. As part of the annual Heritage
Open Days festival, 5,000 special
events across the country see the
doors opened to fascinating
buildings that are usually closed,
from artists’ studios to
nuclear bunkers.
Annie Reilly, an American,
went to her first Heritage Open
Days weekend 10 years ago and
was immediately hooked. A decade
later, she is now the manager of
Heritage Open Days, bringing to it her
immense personal enthusiasm as well as
professional skills.
‘I came to the UK to get a master’s degree in
Guildford, landed at the house I was living at,
terribly jet-lagged, and had this real “what have
I done with my life?” moment. I just had to go
out for a walk. So I went to the city centre, where
I found all this pink bunting strung up, ‘Open’
signs everywhere and people saying ‘Come in,
it’s free’.
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‘I went into Abbot’s Hospital, a Jacobean
almshouse founded in 1619 – amazingly, it is
still being used as social housing. Then I
crossed the street to the Royal Grammar
School, which has one of the few
chained libraries left in Britain,
where the books are physically
chained to the wall. It was
wonderful to wander through the
town, seeing these amazing
sights. I have this slight American
thing of being shocked just to find
anything that is more than 300
years old, but I was also so impressed
by the enthusiasm of the volunteers
opening up their doors and giving up their time
to talk about what Guildford has that is special.
I became an avid fan, and went every year.’
VISIT HISTORIC BUILDINGS,
FROM ARTISTS’ STUDIOS
TO NUCLEAR BUNKERS
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BEYOND LONDON
EASTBOURNE
OPENING THIS YEAR
New to the packed programme this year, and
accessible only during Heritage Open Days,
is England’s first mosque, in Liverpool. It was
founded by Abdullah Quilliam, who converted
to Islam in 1887, and was subsequently used
as the Liverpool Records Office.
Also new and exclusive is Strawberry Studios
in Stockport, Cheshire, where from 1968 to 1993
hundreds of musical artists recorded, including
Joy Division and The Smiths. Explore the
archives of Gieves & Hawkes in Winchester,
Hampshire, the tailor which has dressed every
British sovereign since George III and gaze on a
Hampshire Regiment colonel’s jacket once worn
by Diana, Princess of Wales; and visit a nuclear
bunker built in the centre of a 4,000-year-old
COLCHESTER
Colchester in Essex was once the Roman
capital of Britain, and is home to two of
the five Roman theatres in the country.
As part of Heritage Open Days, you can
visit Colchester Castle Museum. It was
built on the foundations of the Roman
Temple of Claudius: book in advance
for a tour of its vaults, and don’t miss
the recently discovered Fenwick Hoard
of Roman jewellery. You can also visit
a Roman burial barrow, excavated just
before World War I. Voyaging through the
ages, visit St John’s Abbey Gate,
built in the early 15th century.
Churches to visit as part
of Heritage Open Days
include Saint Peter’s, with
its medieval features
and a fine pulpit; and
St Leonard at the Hythe,
which hosts history
tours and organ recitals.
Colchester
Castle Museum
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Redoubt Fortress
megalithic barrow in
Farmborough, Somerset for
views across Bristol and Severn Bridge.
More underground intrigue is to be had in the
secret tunnels of Saltaire World Heritage Site
in West Yorkshire, opening to the public for the
first time. The two tunnels underneath Victoria
Road and Exhibition Road were used by the
students of Shipley College and the workers at
Salts Mill in the late 18th century. Families with
children might appreciate another kind of secret
history: Stinky Tudors explores the questionable
hygiene of the age. Discover why Elizabeth I’s
teeth rotted and Henry VIII seldom bathed, on
an interactive trail through the Tudor House
Museum in Worcester.
HISTORIC HOMES
Historic houses include Arundells in Salisbury,
Wiltshire, the home of former Prime Minister Sir
Edward Heath, which has been unchanged since
he lived there and filled with gifts from world
leaders alongside great works of art. Belmont in
Lyme Regis, Dorset, was where the great writer
John Fowles lived and worked, and boasts a
Victorian observatory tower with revolving roof,
and a wild garden tumbling down to the esplanade
by the sea. Cumberland Lodge in Windsor Great
Park just outside London, a former royal
BELMONT © JOHN MILLER; REDOUBT FORTRESS © EASTBOURNE BOROUGH COUNCIL;
COLCHESTER CASTLE MUSEUM © VISITBRITAIN/RICHARD SURMAN
Belmont in Lyme Regis
Eastbourne has been a major tourist
attraction since Victorian times. Heritage
Open Days give access to spectacular sites.
Take a tour of the Redoubt Fortress, one of
only three surviving in the UK from a series
of fortresses constructed 200 years ago to
protect Britain from Napoleon’s fleet. Delve
into the area’s history on a guided tour with
one of Heritage Eastbourne’s experts of the
exhibition Living on the Edge: 8,000 Years
by the Sea. Explore The Hermitage, with
its thatched roof, in Manor Gardens; hear
stories of Rats, Ruins and Regeneration in
Dovecote in Motcombe
Gardens; tour the
Royal Hippodrome
Theatre; and
travel through
800 years
of history at
Wilmington
Priory.
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about Alan Turing, the man who cracked the
Enigma code, thus accelerating Britain’s victory in
World War II, who suffered official persecution
for being gay. More groundbreakingly, a huge
trove of love letters between two World War II
soldiers named Gilbert and Gordon has been
unearthed in Oswestry, Shropshire.
‘There are hundreds of these letters,’ Reilly
explains. ‘One of our local organisers in
Oswestry came across them on eBay, bought
them, transcribed them and realised what
Saltaire World
a precious find he had. It’s very rare to find
Heritage Site
documents like this: because homosexuality
was illegal, most letters were burned. In fact, one
residence now used as a conference centre. But, as letter says ‘you’ve got to burn these’. Academics
Reilly says: ‘There is an embarrassment of riches
are coming from all over the world to see them.’
– you can stick a pin in a map of England and find
Theatre performance collective KILN celebrates
something that’s covered in the Heritage Open
the story, asking visitors to write their own love
Days. And there are always new stories to tell.’
letters which will be added to a memorial flame
burning throughout the weekend. At the end of
EVENTS AND TALKS
Heritage Open Days, the resulting ashes will be
This year the festival also offers a special series
made into a commemorative diamond. ‘It’s very
of events under the banner of Unsung Stories,
important to be inclusive,’ Reilly says, ‘and make
which focuses
on personal histories from the
sure the full breadth of stories
in
England are told.’
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ESSENTIAL INFORMATION
OYSTER CARDS
& TRAVELCARDS
An Oyster card is a pre-paid
travel smart card. Use it to
pay for single journeys on
the bus, Tube, tram, DLR,
London Overground and most
National Rail train services
within the London region.
You can buy a Visitor Oyster
card before you leave home for
£3 and pre-load it with credit at
www.visitorshop.tfl.gov.uk.
The system has nine zones;
Zone 1 is in central London.
Buy Oyster cards and
Day Travelcards from ticket
machines at stations, eight
TfL Visitor Centres and
any Oyster Ticket Shop.
UK visitors can also pay for
their travel with a UK-issued
contactless payment debit
card. For more information,
see www.tfl.gov.uk/
visitinglondon.
An Oyster card also gives you
a 25% discount on Emirates
Air Line (London’s cable car)
and discounts on single
journeys on all MBNA Thames
Clippers river buses. For
more information, visit
www.visitorshop.tfl.gov.uk.
VISITOR PASS
London Pass offers free entry and
discounts at a fixed price. See
www.visitbritainshop.com.
Useful things to know – from booking a place to stay
to getting around the city
GETTING AROUND
For 24-hour travel info, visit
Transport for London’s (TfL)
website www.tfl.gov.uk/
visitinglondon or call
T: 0343-222 1234.
LONDON UNDERGROUND
(THE TUBE)
www.tfl.gov.uk. See London
Underground Map (p. 120-121).
Services run Mon-Sat 5am12.30am and Sun 7.30am11.30pm on most routes. Night
Tube runs all night Fri & Sat
on the Victoria and Jubilee
lines, and most of the Central,
Northern and Piccadilly lines.
Fares vary; a Zone 1 adult fare
is £4.90 (£2.40 Oyster).
LONDON BUSES
London buses run from
5am-12.30am. Night buses
(midnight-4.30am) operate on
main routes. Several services
run 24 hours a day. You cannot
pay for a London bus fare with
LONDON PLANNER
Subscribe
110
cash, so use a Visitor Oyster
card, Oyster card, Travelcard
or UK-issued contactless
payment debit card. For
further information, visit
www.tfl.gov.uk/buses.
Single fare is £1.50 with an
Oyster card or UK-issued
contactless card.
LONDON OVERGROUND
www.tfl.gov.uk. See
London Underground Map
(p. 120-121). Trains run MonSat 5am-midnight and Sun
7am-11.30pm on most routes.
DOCKLANDS
LIGHT RAILWAY
www.tfl.gov.uk.
T: 020-7363 9700. Trains run
about every three to 10 mins.
Mon-Sat 5.30am-12.30am;
Sun 7am-11pm.
TAXIS
Fares increase after 8pm. Don’t
use vehicles that approach you,
except for licensed black cabs.
Visit www.tfl.gov.uk.
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Map: refers to the grid coordinates on our Central London Map (p. 114-116). Transport symbols:
see p. 5 for key. Prices quoted are for single journeys. Fares and journey times can change, so please
check before you travel at www.tfl.gov.uk
TRAINS
Paddington serves the West Country,
Wales and the South Midlands.
Liverpool Street and
Fenchurch
Street serve East Anglia and Essex.
Euston
King’s Cross St Pancras
Marylebone and
St Pancras
International (connects to
King’s Cross
St Pancras) serve north and central Britain,
and southeast England.
Charing Cross
London Bridge
Waterloo
and
Victoria serve southern England.
T: 0845-748 4950. www.nationalrail.co.uk.
Eurostar uses
St Pancras International.
Go to www.eurostar.com. UK: T: 0344-822
4777. International: T: 01233-617 575.
CAR HIRE
Make sure your driving licence is valid for
the UK and see ‘Congestion Charge’ (p. 112).
Hertz T: 0870-844 8844. www.hertz.co.uk.
Kendall Cars Ltd T: 020-8542 0403.
www.kendallcars.com. Enterprise RentA-Car T: 0800-800 227. www.enterprise.co.uk.
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SANTANDER CYCLES HIRE
Bicycles are for hire from docking stations
across central London. First 30 minutes are
free. Visit www.tfl.gov.uk/santandercycles
or call T: 0343-222 6666.
Transport symbols explained
London Underground
London Overground
National Rail
Docklands
Light Railway
London River
Services Pier
AIRPORTS
HEATHROW AIRPORT
T: 0844-335 1801. www.heathrowairport.com.
London Underground: Direct trains to/from
central London every five minutes 5am-11.45pm
via Piccadilly line. Journey time 60 minutes.
Heathrow Connect: Two trains per hour to/from
Paddington. Journey time 25 minutes.
Heathrow Express: Four direct trains an hour to/
Paddington. Journey time 15 minutes.
from
National Express: Three coaches per hour to/from
Victoria Coach Station. Journey time 45 minutes.
GATWICK AIRPORT
T: 0844-892 0322. www.gatwickairport.com.
First Capital Connect: Direct trains to/from
London Bridge and St Pancras International
King’s Cross St Pancras). Up
(connects to
to four trains per hour. Gatwick Express: Direct
Victoria every 15 minutes.
trains to/from
The journey takes about 30 minutes. Southern
Victoria
Railway: Direct trains to/from
every 15 minutes. The journey takes 30 minutes.
National Express: Direct coaches to/from
Victoria Coach Station, up to two coaches per
hour. Journey times are one hour 20 minutes.
CITY AIRPORT
T: 020-7646 0088. www.londoncityairport.
London City Airport: Trains
com.
Canary Wharf (change at
to/from
Poplar)
Canning Town
Bank and many other stations.
STANSTED AIRPORT
T: 0844-335 1803. www.stanstedairport.com.
Stansted Express: Trains to/from
Liverpool Street. National Express:
Coaches run to/from Victoria Coach Station.
Stansted Citylink runs coaches to Stansted
Victoria and
King’s
Airport from
Cross St Pancras.
LUTON AIRPORT
T: 01582-405 100. www.london-luton.co.uk.
First Capital Connect: There are up to six trains
St Pancras International
per hour to/from
King’s Cross St Pancras).
(connects to
Enjoy London with a Visitor Oyster Card.
The easiest way to travel around.
For more information or to pre-purchase, go to visitorshop.tfl.gov.uk
MAYOR OF LONDON
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INFORMATION
VISITOR INFORMATION CENTRE
Find tourist information at the City of
London Information Centre, St Paul’s
Churchyard, EC4M 8BX.
Whether you need directions, information
about the latest events or suggestions for
days out, speak to the friendly, multilingual
team at the only officially recognised tourist
information centre in central London.
At the centre you can get Oyster cards, hotel
reservations, foreign exchange, VAT refunds,
stamps, postcards and tickets to attractions
and tours as well as theatre shows.
There are also Visitor Centres at
Holborn, Victoria, Euston, King’s
Cross St Pancras, Liverpool Street, Piccadilly
Circus, Paddington, Gatwick Airport and
Heathrow Airport Terminals 2 & 3.
LONDON
PLANNER
Find out where to get your next copy of London Planner by
contacting T: 020-7611 7882.
Morris Visitor Publications, 2nd Floor, Samuel House, 6 St Alban’s Street,
London SW1Y 4SQ. T: 020-7242 5222. london.planner@morriseurope.com.
@LondonPlanner
LondonPlannerMag
LondonPlanner www.
www.youtube.com/londonplanner
Group Editor: Kohinoor Sahota Group Deputy Editor: Sarah Riches
Contributing Editor: Emma Levine Sub Editor: Anna Frame Contributors:
Sandra Brobbey, Alex Wellington Picture Researcher: Tamsan Barratt
Group Art Director: Tim Benton Senior Designer: Grant Pearce
Graphic Designer: Margaux Carpier Content Director: Chris Johnson
Production & Distribution Director: Melanie Needham Senior Production
Assistant & Retoucher: David Weeks Production Assistant: David Pollard
Senior Account Managers: Elisabeth Askew, Dominique Marchi Sales
Director (Tourism): Rob Way Sales Director (Consumer): Gemma Ryder
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Bridget Mastino Senior Marketing, Distribution & Production Co-Ordinator:
Graham Randell Marketing & Distribution Co-Ordinator: Ana Martinez
Office Co-Ordinator: Ewa Laskowska Operations Assistant: Vinetta Swan
Publishing Director: Stewart Dymock Managing Director: Chris Manning
London & Partners: T: 020-7234 5800. www.londonandpartners.com
For VisitBritain: Tim Holt T: 020-7578 1000. www.visitbritain.com
Email: tim.holt@visitbritain.org
London Planner Volume 31, Issue 9. Printed in Great Britain.
Over 100,000 monthly copies distributed worldwide. Est. 1984.
© Morris Visitor Publications. No part may be reproduced without
written permission from Morris Visitor Publications.
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this magazine, or return it to your hotel.
COACHES
London’s main coach services use Victoria Coach
Station, a central hub which offers travel across
the UK, SW1W 9TP. T: 0843-222 1234. www.tfl.
gov.uk/coaches.
Victoria.
CONGESTION CHARGE
There is a congestion charge to drive into central
London, Mon-Fri 7am-6pm. Pay in advance or on
the day of travel (£11.50), or the day after (£14).
UK: T: 0343-222 2222. International: +44 20
7649 9122. www.tfl.gov.uk/congestioncharge.
RIVER SERVICES
MBNA Thames Clippers River Bus serves 20 piers.
Prices start at £3.90. River Roamer ticket adult
£17.35; child £8.65. Discounts on single journeys
on all MBNA Thames Clippers river buses with
www.tfl.gov.uk/river.
an Oyster card.
MBNA Thames Clippers: T: 020-7001 2200.
www.thamesclippers.com.
EMIRATES AIR LINE CABLE CAR
London’s only cable car runs across the Thames
between Greenwich Peninsula (The O2) and the
Royal Docks (ExCel). You can board from either
the North Greenwich or Royal Victoria sides
of the river (return flights are available).
www.tfl.gov.uk/emiratesairline.
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TRAVEL INFORMATION
For 24-hour London travel information (bus,
Tube, river, rail, coach, cycle, tram, car, on foot,
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Book accommodation before you travel through
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Woolwich
Woolwich
Ferry Ferry
North North
TerminalTerminal
Woolwich Ferry
Daily
Operated by Briggs Marine
Ferry service:
North
Greenwich
Ferry service:
Thames Barrier loop
Some boats cruise through the Thames Barrier
Operated by Thames River Services
St. Helena to Hampton
CourtCircular River Cruise
London Eye River Richmond
Cruise
City Cruises
River Tours circular (not shown on map):
Westminster to Hampton Court
Operated by Thames River Boats
Westminster to Greenwich
Richmond St. Helena to Hampton Court
Operated by Turk Launches
Westminster to Greenwich
Operated by City Cruises
River
Tours
summer-only:
Operated by
Thames River
Services
Westminster to Hampton Court
Operated by Thames River Boats
Westminster/St. Katharine circular cruise
Operated by Circular Cruise Westminster
River Tours summer-only:
Greenwich
Masthouse
Terrace
Canary
Wharf
LONDON RIVER SERVICES MAP
River Tours circular (not shown on map):
Westminster to Greenwich
Operated by Thames River Services
Blackfriars to Canary Wharf
Limited service:Westminster
Weekday morning to
peakGreenwich
and evenings only
Operated by City Cruises
Westminster/St. Katharine circular cruise
Putney to Blackfriars
Weekday morning
peak and evenings
only Cruise Westminster
Operated
by Circular
North Greenwich to Woolwich Royal Arsenal
Weekends only
Tower
River Tours year-round:
London
Bridge City
St. Katharine
Blackfriars
Doubletree Docklands Nelson Dock
to Canary Wharf
Daily
London
Bridge
City
London
North Greenwich to Woolwich Royal Arsenal
Limited service: Weekday morning peak
and evenings only
Westminster to North Greenwich
Daily
River Bus:
Plantation Wharf
Tower
Embankment
St. George Wharf
Bankside
Doubletree Docklands Nelson Dock
RB2
to Canary Wharf
St. George Wharf to Bankside
Daily
Daily
Wandsworth
Riverside
Quarter
Chelsea Harbour
London
Eye
Millbank
Westminster
Blackfriars
Festival
Embankment
St. George Wharf
Plantation
Richmond Wharf
Kingston Turks
Kingston
Town End
Cadogan
Chelsea Harbour
Millbank
Westminster
River services map
LONDON BUS MAP
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LONDON IN NUMBERS
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ISLANDS ARE
LOCATED IN THE
RIVER THAMES
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AROUND
2,000
years ago London’s first bridge
was built where the current
London Bridge stands
OVER
200
ROWING CLUBS ARE ON THE RIVER
122
520 METRES
5
21
litres of paint was used on
SOUTHWARK BRIDGE
in a recent restoration
was raised in 2011 for Sport Relief by comedian
David Walliams, who swam 140 miles along the river
2006
of central London
is protected by the
Thames Barrier, which
spans the river for
13,000
£1,OOO,OOO
A NORTHERN BOTTLENOSE
WHALE SWAM UP THE
THAMES IN
SQUARE KM
SAW THE LAST FROST FAIR, WHICH
TOOK PLACE ON THE FROZEN-OVER
THAMES IN THE WINTER TIME
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TUNNELS
GO UNDER
THE RIVER
THAMES
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different species
of fish inhabit
the River Thames
670
boats sailed
through the
capital as
part of the
pageant for
the Queen’s
Diamond
Jubilee
DESIGN BY GRANT PEARCE; GRAPHIC ICONS © ISTOCK
The Magna Carta
was signed on an
island in the river
at Runnymede over
River s
Thame
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