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Review: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time

I went to see The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time on Tuesday at the Gielgud Theatre in Piccadilly Circus. As aesthetically stunning as it was thought-provoking, the play is a work of art with a strong moral message. 377 more words


Ready for London

Some kind of white clothing rises up just above me. The cold embrace me, saying hello. The drops of rain hit gently my window. A new path in front of me, but this time the signs are in another rich and complex language, those who everyone try to learn but no everyone succeed. 94 more words


MoMo's - Piccadilly Circus

Summer time in London does many strange things to Londoners. For example, all of a sudden, people think they are odour-invincible and venture onto the tube with no deodorant, whilst others decide clothes are overrated. 793 more words


Eddie Redmayne Eats with Peasants on Valentine's Day

If you didn’t catch my last post about being a massive Valentine’s Day enthusiast then I highly suggest you check out this “Is Valentine’s Day Really That Bad? 1,257 more words


"Architect: Sir Christopher Wren" in London, UK

London, UK, images, “Welcome to St James’ s Church”, “St James’ s Church, Piccadilly, 197 Piccadilly, London W1J 9LL”, “Architect: Sir Christopher Wren”, “Consecrated: 13th July 1684″, history, wooden buildings, Pudding Lane, Great Fire of London, communication, information, signs, “Holding on to Silence”, “Choral Evensong” 7 more words


Cinnamon Soho

Cinnamon Soho

Monday to Saturday – 11:00am to 11:00pm; Sunday – 12:00pm to 4:00pm.

We stumbled upon Cinnamon Soho whilst meandering through the alleys and back streets near Piccadilly Circus. 116 more words