Socially distanced outdoor cinema across London

Sep 20 2020

 The Luna Cinema socially distanced experience is in full swing with screening across South West London for a number of  screenings at King George’s Park (23rd September-27th September) and Wimbledon Park (29th September-4th October). There they will be screening blockbuster hits and classic films including Joker, Rocketman, and feel-good, timeless classics such as Pretty Woman and Grease. Given that new lockdown restrictions are in place, Luna is a go-to event with its 2 and 4-person pitches allowing it to continue to screen fan favourite films whilst complying with the latest government response.

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The 10 Best Day Trips from London

Oct 19 2019

While many may enjoy the hustle and bustle of what London has to offer, from time to time, you may want to escape the city life for something a little quieter. If you’re after a change of scenery and fancy seeing what else the country has to offer, here are 10 of the best day trips from London.

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The Classic Boat Festival 2019 at St Katharine Docks 6-8 September 2019

Aug 09 2019

After the Summer I always feel a bit depressed and I need to find activities in London to beat the blues. I look forward to take my son to the Classic Boat Festival which is returning to St Katharine Docks from the 6-8th September from 11am – 6pm for its 11th and most impressive outing since its inception in 2008. It will be one of the highlights of Totally Thames 2019, a month-long celebration of the London’s iconic waterway and its rich history through a range of river-based events.

The festival will host an impressive display of beautiful classic boats, with plenty of activities for visitors and families to enjoy – such as a tour of the historic Lady Daphne or paddle-boarding in the Marina. What I look forward to the most is to climb on-board and explore around 40 vintage work boats and sailing and motor yachts including Dunkirk Little Ships and many others.

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