The best places to go and see London’s historic West End are just a few steps away from you and that’s what you can do this summer.
Here’s a list of some of the best things in the city.
The West End – the Old and the New In the heart of London’s fashionable district, you can experience everything from live music, theatre and film to food and cultural events.
The Old and The New It was once the hub of the East End and a major tourist attraction during the Industrial Revolution.
Today, the area has been transformed into a shopping district and is home to some of Londons most famous eateries.
A few of the restaurants here include, but are not limited to, The King’s Head, Broun’s Bar, The Old Port and the East Side Restaurant.
There are also some very unique shops and cafes in the area that you can check out.
The City of Light Tourist Information Centre will be open from Friday 10 June until Saturday 15 June 2019 to give you a glimpse of the area in its current state.
The venue is located at the end of the West End Road and is situated in the City of London in the heart on the famous Promenade des Anglais, just a short walk from Buckingham Palace.
Theatre The Old Vic theatre in central London is one of the largest theatres in the world, but they do have a unique history and a unique relationship with the West end of London.
Originally known as the Old Vic, the theatre is now known as The West end Theatre and has been around since the late 1700s.
This theatre has been known to host some of Britain’s greatest dramas and musicals, including Lord Byron’s The Tempest, Arthur Miller’s The Crucible and, of course, Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice.
A visit to the theatre will give you the chance to witness the world-class production of Henry IV.
The best place to see The Merchant Of Venice at The West ends theatre is by the theatre.
The entrance is on the east side of the theatre, on the lower level.
The theatre itself is also open to the public during the summer and has a variety of exhibitions and concerts.
The King James Theatre at the West ends in London is the second oldest theatre in Britain and is an ideal place to watch classic productions.
Located in the fashionable West End neighbourhood, the King James is one the oldest theatres of its kind in the UK.
It opened in 1857 and has hosted productions from Beethoven’s sonnets to Beethov’s The Taming of the Shrew.
The show that will make you feel like you are in the theatre was produced by the celebrated playwright, Lord Byron.
If you want to watch Shakespeare in person, you will be in luck as the King’s Theatre also hosts a Shakespeare festival every year.
There is no charge to see Shakespeare in London and you can enjoy Shakespeare at home too, as the Shakespeare Festival in the West Ends on Saturday, August 15, 2019.
If your keen to see something new, The West Ends Old Vic is also home to a number of theatres.
The East End is one stop on a journey to see some of its finest historical sights.
The Victorian Palace of Westminster is a beautiful Victorian building located on the top floor of the Old South Church, just across from Buckingham palace.
The Palace is the home of the Queen, the Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Charles and several other British royals.
The historic building is home of an impressive collection of rare artefacts, including the original glass ceiling that had to be removed after the fire of 1666.
The building is also known for hosting many concerts, festivals and other events in its time.
A walk through the Palace is one great way to enjoy some of those historic events.
If that wasn’t enough, the Palace hosts a number the Royal Shakespeare Company’s productions.
The new Royal Shakespeare Centre opened in April 2019.
Located on the second floor of The Westends Old Vic Theatre, the new theatre was designed to showcase some of Englands greatest plays and is currently one of only two theatres to host plays from around the world.
If the Palace wasn’t amazing enough, there is also a new exhibition space that is also currently undergoing a renovation.
The Southwark Arts Centre is a popular arts centre and is the only one of its size in the country.
The centre was opened in 2012 and is located just outside London, in the Southwark area of the capital.
The arts centre hosts a variety the local performing arts and is also one of London and the United Kingdom’s largest cultural institutions.
If there is one thing to get out of the Southgate Arts Centre, it is a great view of the skyline.
The famous Victoria Embankment is a spectacular site of London, and the Victorian Empire still stands proudly on top of the water.
There aren’t many places that are better suited to seeing the majesty of the Empire than the Victoria Embakment,