Tuesday, 25 April 2017

City Cruises: Thames River Red Rover Three-Day Pass for a Child £7 or Adult £11, Choice of Locations (50% Off)


About City Cruises


City Cruises hosts a fleet of floating experiences on the River Thames, ferrying up to two million tourists around the watery sights of London each year. The company provides opportunities for dining, dancing and drinking alongside some of London’s most famous landmarks. Uniformed crew welcome customers on every cruise and provide commentary on the coastline and its landmarks. Refreshments are available on all sailings, including a fully-stocked bar.

Choose Between Two Options

Nautically inclined visitors to central London can jump on board at Westminster, Tower and Greenwich Piers with a River Red Rover ticket. Enabling hop-on, hop-off touring, the ticket lets customers use City Cruises river services as much or as little as they like over three consecutive days to take in iconic sights stretching from Big Ben to Tower Bridge and the Canary Wharf skyline. Departures are roughly every 40 minutes, with children under five invited to travel for no additional fee when accompanied by a paying adult.

King Kong--on sale 10 am The Vaults, London | 22 Jun - 27 Aug Exclusive 72 hour Prime Pre-sale--tickets from £15.75

King Kong--on sale 10 am 
The Vaults, London | 22 Jun - 27 Aug 
Exclusive 72 hour Prime Pre-sale--tickets from £15.75
Get tickets first during our 72 hour pre-sale for the new comedy spectacular King Kong. Written by Daniel Clarkson (co-creator of Potted Potter) and directed by Owen Lewis, who between them have three Olivier Award nominations, King Kong features just five actors and no high-tech wizardry.

As the intrepid cast go in search of the enormous gorilla, the hunters become the hunted--leaving one burning question to be answered: how many bananas should we order in?

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Cirque Du Soleil: OVO Royal Albert Hall, London | 07 Jan - 11 Feb 2018 Exclusive 72 hour Prime Pre-sale--tickets from £45.99

Cirque Du Soleil: OVO 
Royal Albert Hall, London | 07 Jan - 11 Feb 2018 
Exclusive 72 hour Prime Pre-sale--tickets from £45.99

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FORTNUM & MASON - The Preserves Library is Open!



Jars and Jars of Deliciousness to Discover!
All made to make breakfastime scrumptious - and to add sweetness to your lunch and supper too – there are jars aplenty of preserves, conserves, curds and marmalades just waiting to be opened and devoured at Fortnum’s.

Made with the very finest ingredients and full of unforgettable creations – from Blackcurrant & Coffee Preserve, to Morello Cherry & Chocolate Curd – head to the Journal to meet four jars from the new collection and shop the range at fortnumandmason.com.
 
  
 
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Museum of London Docklands - Discover more about the archaeology unearthed by Crossrail.

Visit our free exhibition
Have you had the chance to visit our free exhibition, Tunnel: The Archaeology of Crossrail? If not, why not come and explore 500 of the most exciting objects unearthed by the Crossrail project? Following the new Elizabeth line route from east to west and with various interactives and videos throughout, this exhibition reveals 8,000 years of human history and uncovers new stories discovered under London. 
Event highlights
Archaeology of the tunnel
Tue 9 May, 6.30-9pm
Museum of London Docklands
Join us for a talk on the archaeological findings from the Crossrail project, followed by exclusive access to the exhibition Tunnel: The Archaeology of Crossrail. Hear first-hand what is involved in a project like Crossrail and what the role of archaeology is in modern construction. With Jay Carver, Crossrail Project Archaeologist, Nigel Jeffries, post-roman pottery specialist from MOLA and Alison Telfer, project officer from MOLA.
Docklands regeneration
Sun 7 May, 2-3.30pm
Museum of London Docklands
Explore Canary Wharf on this walking tour and learn how the docks were transformed into a thriving business hub, including the recent developments surrounding the Crossrail project. 
What's on for families
Morning explorers
Sat 6 May, 8.30-11am
Museum of London Docklands
Explore our exhibition Tunnel: The Archaeology of Crossrail and take part in activities surrounding this theme from 8.30am, before normal opening hours. Morning explorers is free and provides an informal atmosphere in which to explore the museum, sensitive to the needs of children with autistic spectrum conditions under the age of 13.
Archaeology detectives
Every Wed in May, 10am & 2pm
Museum of London Docklands
Put your detective skills to the test and help uncover London’s past using real archaeological objects. Meet our archaeology team and find out what has survived from the everyday lives of Londoners throughout time.