Saturday 27th May

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Attractions in London

Staines-upon-Thames Family Fun Day

Staines-upon-Thames Family Fun Day

Staines-upon-Thames Day is a free family fun day with live music on the main stage, performances from local dance, drama, and sporting organisations, kayaking taster...

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Lloyd Park Festivals of Dogs

Lloyd Park Festivals of Dogs

The Dog Event that is "All About Dogs" from Charity Dog Shows daily with over 25 classes, Dima and His Dancing Dogs from Britains Got Talent, Have A Go Agility, Dogs...

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The Lloyd Park Surrey Town and Country Show

The Lloyd Park Surrey Town and Country Show

The show with something for everybody. Loads for the little people in your life from Punch and Judy, to Amazing Reptiles, hold a Boa constrictor, pet a pony or watc...

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Strawberry Hill Music and Fun Day, Twickenham

Strawberry Hill Music and Fun Day, Twickenham

A great day out for all the family in the grounds of Strawberry Hill House, Walpole’s Gothic Castle, with live music on the main stage, fairground rides and slides, ...

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LONDON CITY GAMES

LONDON CITY GAMES

London city games sees teams compete in eight ingenious events designed to bring out the champion in everyone. Will you climb to the top of the winners' podium an...

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66 Portland Place building tours

66 Portland Place building tours

Take a guided tour of our Grade II* listed headquarters. Tour concludes with a special introduction to 'Mies van der Rohe + James Stirling: Circling the Square'. ...

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London Theatreland walking tour

London Theatreland walking tour

Love theatre and want to learn more about London's famous and historic theatreland? Why not join an official City of Westminster walking tour for an hour and a half ...

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Whitechapel: Suspects, Lunatics and a Leather Apron

Whitechapel: Suspects, Lunatics and a Leather Apron

Whitechapel: Suspects, Lunatics and a Leather Apron On the 29th of September 1888, Scotland Yard received a gruesome letter written in red. “Dear boss,” it began....

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