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this was an absolutely brilliant show, it was theatre in the round, and walking inside was like becoming a part of a night club where the lighting was low and the music was fantastic. from the moment you arrived you felt as if you were...More
The Marble Arch, which is sitting right outside Hyde Park and at the junction of Oxford Street (closed to Bond Street) and Edgware Road. The arch was completed in 1833 and it was originally used as a grand entrance of Buckingham Palace. But it was...More
Massive marble arch, now one of the entrances to Hyde Park. A landmark in the Buckingham Palace area; we were fortunate because it was close by our hotel so we enjoyed the arch many times. Well worth the glance when you are walking by.
We walked to the arch from Kensington palace, about 1.5 miles through Hyde park. It’s a great way to get there. It’s a beautiful monument and and interesting place. It’s crazy that it was moved to this location, sounds so expensive!!
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Some friends and I went to the final showing of 5 Guys Named Moe and were lucky enough to get cabaret seating in the bull ring - so would have the actors walking in between us. This was an amazing show, powerful singers who obviously...More
I love most shows in London and they can be so very different. I loved the audience partipation, the songs, the dancing and the carousel so that all the audience could see the performers. Great jazz songs getting everyone involved. Amazing work lads! Yes the...More