Become a ZSL Member today and enjoy a year's worth of incredible wildlife!
By becoming a ZSL member you are also helping ZSL to protect and save animals around the world.Read More
The London Dungeon is a uniquely thrilling attraction that will whisk you way back to the capital's most perilous past. See, hear, feel and (ahem!) smell the chillingly amusing characters of the 'bad old days' as they come to life before you.Read More
Meet Princess Fiona in the bus depot and help her conjure up a little magic. Then board the magical 4D flying bus, with Donkey as your driver, as you become the hero of the story!Read More
Ready to be part of London’s iconic skyline? Take in the 360-degree views from the world-famous London Eye.
The London Eye has been the UK's number 1 paid for visitor attraction for over a decade, positioned in the heart of London, rotating up and above the skyline.Read More
Step into the spotlight at Madame Tussauds London - the home of famous fun in the capital, established on Baker Street in 1836.
Star in immersive experiences like Alien: Escape, The Voice UK and Star Wars and get up close and personal with more than 250 lifelike wax figures of your favourite celebrities!Read More
The music scene has a history of revolutionary evolution. The current state of live music venues in London is once again forcing change, and the Printworks is at the forefront of this change. It is nothing short of impressive. A 5,000 capacity venue, a stone’s throw from the Capital’s centre, playing host to the worlds biggest Electronic Music, Techno and Urban DJs & Acts. The venue is 3 minutes walk from Canada Water Station.
We attended Printworks for the Amnesia Presents Pyramid event on 23rd March. Headlining was Kolsch, who has had an absolutely fantastic year, and is no less than a tech-house legend.Read More
London Bridge City Summer Festival can today announce their full programme of events scheduled for this year’s festival. Running from Thursday 1st June to Thursday 31st August, the jam-packed schedule features a myriad of daily events to suit kids, parents, film buffs, fitness gurus, sports fans and everyone in-between.Read More
Hackney Empire is a grade II* listed building. The theatre was built as a music hall in 1901, designed by the architect Frank Matcham.
Charlie Chaplin, WC Fields, Stanley Holloway, Stan Laurel and Marie Lloyd all performed there, when the Hackney Empire was a music hall.
ATV bought the theatre to use as studios in the 1950s, and shows such as Take Your Pick and Oh, Boy! were broadcast live. Certain episodes of Opportunity Knocks were also filmed at the theatre. From 1963 to 1984 the theatre was used by the Mecca Organisation as a bingo hall.Read More