Things To Do This Weekend in London

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Things To Do This Weekend in London Presented by London this Weekend

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One of the most romantic things to do in London is book one of the many hit shows that are on in the West End Showtime Performances Monday 7.30pm, Tuesday 7.30pm, Wednesday 7.30pm, Thursday 3.00pm 7.30pm, Friday 7.30pm,  Saturday 3.00pm 7.30pm. Running Time 2 Hours 30 minutes Watch Once the Musical at London's Phoenix Theatre FIND PRICES AND AVAILABILITY FOR ONCE THE MUSICAL

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There are many cool and exciting things going on in London during the month of November and one of the main attractions are one of the numerous firework displays that are organized to celebrate “Guy Fawkes” night also referred to as “Bonfire Night” a tradition dating back to the Gunpowder Plot of 1605 You can see a full list of available displays here > Bonfire Night, spread over a week these days!

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There are many exciting and free things to do in London year round but one of the best is on Saturday the 8th of November, The Lord Mayors Show. Don't miss any of the action, take a look at the timetable > The Lord Mayors Show - Enjoy the fireworks

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What a month for rugby union fans! This November promises to be pretty special with the autumn international series kicking off on the 1st of the month. With the curtain raiser offering the chance to see the classic confrontation between the awesome Barbarians and Australia. Twickenham, 1pm, don't miss it... or else!! To avoid disappointment make sure to book early, with the amount of talent on display, tickets wont wait around! Enjoy Rugby Union - The Autumn International Series

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For lovers of great sixties music, circle this date in your diaries: the 16th November. Back by popular demand the Sixties Gold show is appearing with a fabulous line-up of sixties icons. The London Palladium is hosting this feast of sixties classics and it is a fitting venue to welcome some of the most popular groups and solo artists of this glorious decade. The line-up is one most definitely not to miss and demand is sure to be great! With a seating capacity of just over 2,000, tickets will soon be snapped up, so book early to avoid disappointment. The Sixties Gold Show at the London Palladium

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For sixty years Elizabeth II has met each of her twelve Prime Ministers in a weekly audience at Buckingham Palace. Both parties have an unspoken agreement never to repeat what is said, not even to their spouses. Address: 31 Shaftesbury Avenue, London, W1D 7ES View Map Watch The Audience at the Apollo Theatre FIND PRICES AND AVAILABILITY FOR ONCE THE THETRE SHOW

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Ghost Stories mixes the very best of theatre with the buzz of a thrill-ride, delivering something truly unique. With some new moments of shock, this revival promises more jolts than ever. You haven’t seen horror, until you’ve seen it live. Address: 6-7 Great Newport Street, London, WC2H 7JB Enjoy Ghost Stories at the Arts Theatre FIND PRICES AND AVAILABILITY FOR ONCE THE THETRE SHOW

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There are so many awesome things to do in London its hard to know where to start! Why not get yourself down to the West End and watch one of the many theatre productions? With so much variety on offer you really are spoilt for choice with musicals, plays and comedy productions. One of the finest on offer and also the longest running comedy stage productions is the timeless John Buchan classic “The 39 Steps” playing at the Criterion Theatre. Alfred Hitchcock's The 39 Steps at the Criterion Theatre London FIND PRICES AND AVAILABILITY FOR ONCE THE THETRE SHOW

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Enjoy the play that goes wrong at the duchess theatre Address: 3-5 Catherine Street, London, WC2B 5LA View Map Running Time: 2 Hours 5 Minutes Age Restrictions: Suitable for ages 8+   Show Opened: 5th Sep 2014 Booking Until: 1st Feb 2015 Book Your Tickets For The Play That Goes Wrong FIND PRICES AND AVAILABILITY FOR ONCE THE THETRE SHOW

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The British Museum is one of the finest attractions in London and its vast collection of artefacts numbering over 8 million is totally free to view and is a great way to spend a day in London observing this unique collection gathered together since its founding in 1753. Read more about the British Museum. Visit The British Museum - Over 6 Million yearly visitors!

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At London This Weekend, we all know London is one of the worlds greatest cities! Millions flock to the capital each and every week, all wanting to find the best things to do in London. It brings us to one important question. Find here - - what's on in London throughout this year and book one of the best hotels in London before going on trip at