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There’s nowhere quite like London. The UK’s Capital is renowned for being one of the world’s greatest cosmopolitan cities and if you’re looking for entertainment, London is where you’ll find it.
Earning the nickname the “Swinging City” due its flourishing fashion, music and arts scene during the cultural revolution of the 1960s, London has always been at the forefront of the evolving entertainment industry.
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Home to the summer Olympics in 2012, London is certainly not shy when it comes to hosting the world’s biggest and best events. With a plethora of incredible spaces, both large and small, whatever the occasion is, the UK’s capital city can deliver it in the best environment imaginable.
The world’s leading musicians regularly bless London with their talent, often choosing to host their pinnacle performances at Wembley or the 02 Arena, and during the summer months you will find an impressive roster of festivals in London’s expansive green spaces.
Experience the world’s top sporting events in London; including Wimbledon that runs every year through June and July, attracting tennis fans from across the globe; exciting boxing matches, and even some American sports come to London. If you’re more into football then you’ll be spoilt for choice in the Big Smoke as it is home to seven premier league football clubs and you can also attend the England home games and FA Cup final at Wembley stadium.
You can’t mention London without its world renowned West End coming to mind. The iconic theatre strip is a fundamental part of London's history, having provided entertainment to the city’s residents and many visitors since 1660.
The West End has a rich and diverse offering of independent plays, comedies, dramatic operas, hit musicals and so much for you to enjoy at its incredible 38 theatres. The West End’s oldest theatre, Royal Drury Lane, opened in 1663 and is still in use today, or you could visit some of its most famous venues such as the London Palladium or Dominion Theatre, which are both favourites for television appearances.
The Palace Theatre is home to the most decorated production in Olivier Award history, the breathtaking two-part play of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, whilst the Queen’s Theatre has hosted the classic musical, Les Miserables, since 2004. No matter what mood you’re in, London’s theatre scene will have something for you, including much lauded productions such as The Lion King, Wicked, Mama Mia, The Book of Mormon and more.
London’s nightlife is one of the most vibrant and varied you can find, providing the desired experience for just about anyone. If you’re looking for a high-society evening hitting the city’s finest spots, then you can head to Mayfair, Covent Garden or pay a visit to The Shard. If you’re on the hunt for a more underground haunt then get ready for a night on the town at one of London’s notorious nightclubs, such as Fabric or Camden’s KOKO and Jazz Cafe, which host up and coming artists of the moment.
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