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Lunch Break escapades # 1

Pigeons around Trafalgar Square/Charing Cross.

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Light and shadow at the Chinese Library

On Monday Charing Cross Library celebrated the opening of ‘A Narrative of Light and Shadow’ – a photographic exhibition running until 14 May 2014.

The exhibition consists of  30 photographic works of both landscape and portraiture selected to represent the artistry of Taiwan’s female photographers. 123 more words

Arts & Culture

London Bridges

Walked along the river, from London Bridge to Hungerford Bridge – its one of my favourite walks, more so if I finish with a glass of Port at Gordon’s Wine Bar.


Theatre Galore!

Two weekends ago I spent my Friday and Saturday night at the theatre, so decided to make this post a theatre extravaganza!

Punchdrunk presents: The Drowned Man… 462 more words

If I see A&W rootbeer in London... I WILL order it! My first Byron Burger and a Pillowfight!

As part of my ongoing “say yes to everything” mentality here in London, I participated in a gigantic pillow fight in Trafalgar square yesterday! Definitely not something you see or hear about every day so when I was sent the Facebook link and asked if I wanted to go, it was a no brainer! 1,239 more words


Scrubs up nicely!

Charing Cross Library was closed for almost the whole of last month for a full redecoration, reopening last Monday 31 March.

Our refurb has given us a fresh new look, with improved lighting and additional shelving, more laptop spaces (with more power points), an increase in seating, a much needed bigger space for the children’s library and display furniture for the front window. 43 more words


Creep (2004) - Review

Do you fancy a tour of London’s Underground network? Creep is a perfect way to familiarize yourselves with the famous tube, but in this case, it’s going to be a bloody and lonely ride! 489 more words