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Upcoming special events in London for 2013

  • Views from the Shard Tower

    Viewing Gallery in The Shard

    The Shard is London's tallest skyscraper, towering more than 1000-feet above southwark. The viewing platform is on the 68th to 72nd floor, and is more than twice the height of any other viewing platform in London. Travel by express lift to the 69th floor, before ascending to "the view". It's a must see. 


  • Chelsea flower show 2014

    Chelsea flower show 2014

    May 20 - 24 May 2014. The RHS Chelsea Flower Show never fails to make headlines around the world and 2014 is no exception.


  • Wimbledon 2014

    Wimbledon 2014

    Starting on the 23rd of June 2014 Andy Murray will open proceedings as defending Champion. This will be an historic year with the possibility of a British player defending his 2013 title.



  • Royal Ascot 2014

    Royal Ascot 2014

    It was Queen Anne who first saw the potential for a racecourse at Ascot whilst out riding in 1711. The first ever race meeting took place that year, with the first four-day meeting in 1768. What is now known as Royal Ascot started to take shape with the Gold Cup in 1807, now Royal Ascot's oldest surviving race. Since 1711, Royal Ascot has been attended by a further eleven monarchs, including Her Majesty The Queen, who has attended every day of Royal Ascot each year since 1945. Other traditions continue too at Royal Ascot, with the singing of old British classics around the Bandstand every evening, while Union Jacks are waved to the accompaniment of a military band. 2014 Ascot takes place between the 17th and 21st of June.


  • 2014 Party in Hyde Park

    2014 Party in Hyde Park

    We're delighted to announce our first headliners for 2014's event. Legendary songwriter Neil Young & Crazy Horse will headline on 12th July plus special guests The National. Again in 2014, each live music-packed weekend will be linked by a midweek programme of diverse entertainment, accessible for all to enjoy. From Monday to Thursday, the entire Barclaycard presents British Summer Time Hyde Park site, except for the main stage, will give visitors the chance to get involved with smaller, more intimate events in the areas of film, music, literature, sport. There will also be a specific family day that will expand the experience to genuinely appeal to the whole family.


  • 2014 Proms at Albert Hall

    2014 Proms at the Albert Hall

    Reflecting London's momentous year on the global stage, the 2014 BBC Proms programme is packed with world premieres, beloved classics and internationally renowned musicians.  The BBC Proms, or simply The Proms, is an eight-week summer season of daily classical music concerts and many more other related events. The Proms run from the 18Th July top the 13th September 2014. The Proms are held annually mostly in Royal Albert Hall, South Kensington, London, but also in London's Cadogan Hall and several parks throughout the whole country. The Proms originates from the "promenade concerts", a series of outdoor concerts held in London's pleasure gardens and where the audience was free to stroll around while the orchestra was playing


  • 2014 Farnborough Air Show

    2014 Farnborough Air Show


    Every two years the Farnborough Airshow receives a phenomenal public following due to an unrivalled weekend of Aviation excellence and family entertainment. The 19 and 20 July 2014 will witness the best ever Farnborough yet. A feast of new activities will deliver what promises to be a day out like no other. Celebrating 100 years of Aviation History, witness a hearty selection of the great and the good, stemming back from WW1 and spanning through to modern day technology. The 4 ½ hour flying display will be bumper to bumper of non-stop action and guaranteed to get your pulses racing.


  • 2014 Oxford - Cambridge boat race

    2014 Oxford - Cambridge boat race

    April 6th 2014 will see The 160th Boat Race between crews from the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge. First raced in 1829, The Boat Race is one of the oldest sporting events in the world. Watched by thousands along the banks of the River Thames in London, between Putney and Mortlake, and by millions more on TV around the world, The Boat Race is a unique sporting event. With two very strong squads of athletes, expect to see another great Race this year.