- Last Updated on 10 September 2014
- Monica Costa
Fans of Prince Harry unable to attend the Invictus Games will not miss their chance to meet him as Madame Tussauds London has revealed a new wax figure of the Prince in celebration of his 30th birthday. I am never been a huge fan of wax statues but I attended an exclusive press event in 2011 at Madame Tussauds when the museum was closed especially or us. We truly enjoyed a party atmosphere surrounded by all these ‘celebrities’ then. This seems by far the best wax statue on display. It really looks like the real Prince who should consider using it to please the ladies who want selfies with him. At the end of the day he’s the most sought after bachelor in the world
- Central London
- Last Updated on 02 September 2014
Following 2012′s first edition, Africa Utopia is back at the Southbank Centre to once again look at what can be learnt and celebrated from Africa and the African Diaspora, including a range of fun and engaging activities for all the family.
The festival will take place from 11th-14th September and will feature free concerts, storytelling from African storyteller and children’s author Atinuke, as well as opportunities for all ages to join a ‘Big Sing’, a ‘Scratch Orchestra’ or even an introductory breakdancing class. African visual art will adorn the site providing a feast for the eyes, whilst the African food market will dish up culinary treats all weekend long.
- Last Updated on 10 August 2014
School has ended, and while your little’uns couldn’t be happier about this, you’re wondering how you’re going to entertain them for the next few weeks. Thankfully, there are a lot of ways to entertain kids in London and tire them out over the summer holidays so there won’t be any tears or tantrums!