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The Harry Potter-lover’s Guide to London

By Kate Arnold

As a Harry Potter fan, London holds more magic than most cities. Being able to go to locations described by J.K. Rowling, such as King’s Cross Station was really a surreal experience for me and there’s so much more that London has to offer for the casual or die-hard Harry Potter fan. 793 more words


Your Guide to the London Underground

By Kate Arnold

The Tube is very easy to navigate once you have a map and you know where you want to go. It’s a cheap and quick way to get around central London as well as getting out to further away towns and attractions. 741 more words


A Return To The Mysterious World Of Danielle Dax.

As it’s the 60th birthday of Danielle Dax (yes, really), I thought that I would take the opportunity to have another look at her interesting career. 1,720 more words

Conquering Fears...

A little thing…

Wednesday night’s trip to London to see Thumpasaurus? The easiest way there to the venue was to get the train in to St Pancras and then get to Oxford Circus from there. 178 more words


Adele Nozedar - Indians In Moscow

Indians in Moscow, originally formed as a three-piece in Hornsea, near Hull, in 1981. Pete, Stuart and Adele formed the core of the band, later adding a drummer and a guitarist to the line up. 339 more words

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Art Bears - The Tube

Gloomy, austere Avant-Rock from the RIO trio’s debut album, 19878’s ‘Hopes and Fears’.