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Kool as the Gang on 1 March, Rah Rah Room (Up to 47% Off)

Travel back to the 70s during this tribute show held in close proximity to Picca...

£8
(was £15)
Child or Adult Entry to the Warwick Castle, Stratford, Oxford and the Cotswolds Tour with Premium Tours (52% Off)

See Warwick Castle before taking in the town of Shakespeare’s birth and th...

£39
(was £82)
The Woodentops: Hypno Beat with Is Bliss, 27 January at 100 Club (Up to 47% Off)

This January The Woodentops will take the stage of 100 Club to perform some of t...

£8
(was £15)
Two-Hour Ceramic Pottery Workshop for One or Two or One-to-One Workshop at CWC Ceramics (Up to 52% Off)

Clients looking to work on their technique can learn to express their ideas thro...

£29
(was £60)
Natasha Watts, Standard Admission Ticket, Thursday 2 February 2017 (Up to 47% Off)

Soul affcionados can enjoy hits such as Let Go or Change from this new talent ma...

£8
(was £15)
Two Tickets to How Soon Is Now? - Panel Discussion, 10 February at Regents Conference Centre (Up to 52% Off)

This event explores ideas from Daniel Pinchbeck’s new book, How Soon Is No...

£25
(was £51)
Stonehenge and Bath Tour for Child or Adult with Premium Tours (50% Off)

These one-day tours depart from Victoria coach station and include entrance to S...

£34
(was £68)
Rain - 50 Years of the Beatles on 2-7 October, London Palladium

Tribute band celebrates the 50th anniversary of the release of Sgt Pepper’...

£44
(was £44)

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News

Rolf Harris 'pounced' on blind woman 'like prey'

A blind woman tells a court she was groped by Rolf Harris when the TV star met her at a hospital in 1977.

Sadiq Khan claims Londoners are at risk from police cuts

The safety of Londoners is at risk if the government cuts the Met's funding, Sadiq Khan warns.

Piccadilly Circus lights turned off for site renovations

The lights of Piccadilly Circus are switched off for the longest period since World War Two.

Breast cancer patients' distress at withdrawal of Kadcyla

Health watchdog NICE rejects life-extending drug Kadcyla for use on the NHS on cost grounds.

Hunt makes millions from sale of Hotcourses

Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt becomes one of the UK's richest politicians after his company's sale.

Britain's oldest living Olympian Bill Lucas enjoys 100th birthday

Centenarian who competed in 1948 London Olympic Games says a daily tipple keeps him going strong.


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