Mother’s Day is looming closer. The 30th March is a day to show gratitude to your mother for all her love and support.
Although perhaps not the most important date on the festival calendar, Pancake Day or Shrove Tuesday, does present a great opportunity for a celebration.
One of my favourite months is upon us – May. And it’s my favourite because it brings us not one but TWO bank holidays. Turning our attention to the one coming up imminently, here are a few of the best things happening this first May bank holiday in London.
For the lover of words among you, who might be interested in entertainment a little more literary, London has plenty of nights which focus on just this.
London is one of the world’s greatest party and events cities. We’re famous for our street parties, we’ve gained global fame for our exceptional organisation skills thanks to events like the Olympics and the Jubilee, and we’re up for any excuse to host an event. It’s no wonder that hundreds of thousands of visitors flock to England’s capital every year.