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  • Members News

    In January we were delighted to be able to get together with our members to attend the opening party of the brand new and very stylish Wagamama on Dean Street.
    We loved the décor and the open kitchen. But, as you would expect,      the food was the star of the show, and nobody was disappointed. It was the perfect start to the weekend as we sipped Prosecco and quaffed beer while enjoying...

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  • SHOWTIME March & April

    Opening soon...
    Hilarity, stardust, and all-out spectacle: London’s Theatreland’s Spring influx of superb shows truly has every base covered this new season.
    In March, the West End is leant a further helping of comic brilliance with the adaptation of Molière monetary satire The Miser, starring beloved comedians Griff Rhys Jones, Lee Mack and Mathew Horne,...

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  • Rainforest Cafe Reviewed by Jessica & Natalia

    As we walked into the Rainforest Cafe the first thing we noticed was how realistic the surroundings were. Lots of huge ferns, vines and animatronics.
    We were greeted by a lady dressed in satin who asked us if we had any food allergies. This was very important as one of our parents has a shellfish allergy. We were then taken to our table and whilst en-route the whole restaurant...

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  • SHOWTIME January

    Opening soon...

    It’s a brand new year, and London theatregoers can look forward to another twelve months of spectacular productions and inspirational performances on the horizon. From all of us here at Official London Theatre: Happy New Year!

    And London theatregoers will be delighted to learn that it’s not long before the wonderful shows will start flowing once again into the...

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  • Covent Garden People: Jon Giles, Operations Director, Jubilee Hall Trust

    Jon began his working life as a lifeguard and basketball coach while he was still at college. With his love of sport (particularly basketball and kick boxing) he began working as a fitness instructor and personal trainer before joining the Jubilee Hall as a Club Manager, 14 years on he is Operations Director of the Jubilee Hall Trust.

    What made you decide on a career in the fitness...

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  • Have Yourself a Fit New Year

    How to keep your fitness resolutions for 2017 and have your fittest year yet. We all know that January is the most popular time of the year for starting anew fitness routine. How many times have you said to yourself, “This is the year that I will finally get fit”? After all the excessive eating, drinking and being very merry, a lot of gyms and fitness classes see their attendance double and...

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    The New Year begins here. Traditionally it’s a time to re-evaluate our lives, and make changes for the better, yes I am talking about New Year’s resolutions. The question is will our resolve hold firm past the last day of January and into February? Whether you want to learn a new skill, lose weight or get fit, or all three, please read on. Following close on the heels of another spectacular...

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  • Covent Garden People; Jenny Quintero & Lucy Brown

    Jenny Quintero & Lucy Brown, Co-owners of Jar Kitchen
    At what age did you both realise you were going to be restaurateurs?
    Lucy replied, I knew from a young age that I wanted to open a restaurant after waitressing at the age of 15 - a childhood dream realised - whereas Jenny has been a passionate foodie all her life so when we decided to start...

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  • Showtime May

    ... Opening Soon

    May is a month for mammoth openings. It begins with a production that brings together the stars of Game Of Thrones and Downton Abbey, and only gets bigger from there.

    Richard Madden (better known as Robb Stark) and Lily James (Downton’s Lady Rose) play the world’s most famous lovers, Romeo And Juliet, at the Garrick Theatre from 12 May. If they...

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  • Theatreland Now

    Theatreland today continues to show award-winning drama, comedy, musical and family shows, including both new scripts and revivals. Many shows in the West End have stood the test of time with Agatha Christie’s murder mystery The Mousetrap, being the longest running with their opening back in 1952. Other long stayers include a spine tingling The Woman in Black, feel good musical The Jersey Boys...

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