24th & 25th
For all Karaoke & Pizza lovers, this Bank holiday in
London, Bunga Bunga is the place to be! This quirky Italian Pizzeria and Bar is holding a fabulous Bunga Rocks
On Saturday there is the classic Bunga Bunga brunch which
includes a 4-course Italian feast, DIY Bellini Kits and a matinee show featuring an extravaganza of Karaoke. This is on from 12-5.30pm and requires a reservation to be made.
On Sunday, the party starts from 2pm till late. There will be
unlimited pizzas including the ‘Julius Cheeser’ and ‘Italian Stallion,’ DIY cocktail kits provided on each table and a special Rock Star event from 6-8pm where Rockaoke will give someone in the
audience the chance to take to the stage and sing live with a rock band. This event also requires a booking. However if you want to head down later there will be a Pizza Buffet from
Enjoy all the quirky interior decorations, including Vespa
Scooter Helmets and a Scooter hanging from the ceiling and the staircase which is Wow!
For further details and booking your table please click
FOODIES FESTIVAL – FEAST
16th, 17th & 18th August 2013
This a new festival of food and drink to start in London. This fabulous picnic extravaganza, held at the amazing Battersea Park, will
feature a selection of the UK’s finest restaurants, street and artisan food all in one place. There will be pop-up restaurants, vintage tea rooms, seaside food stalls and BBQs. The Vineyard will have
hourly wine-tasting sessions with the experts
A chef’s arena will provide cooking demos throughout the weekend, there is also a children’s cooking theatre where they can learn some skills. Live music on the
Feast stage will keep everyone entertained and will feature an eclectic mix of jazz, blues, soul and R&B.
Feast is open from 11am – 9pm. A great day out for the whole family. A unique, quirky event to come to London this summer. Make sure you check it
For more information and to get your tickets, click here.
TOUR THE HOUSES
August - September 2013
Ever fancied yourself as a Member of Parliament, participating
in a hearty debate in the House of Commons? Well, now you have a chance to enter these infamous rooms where the likes of Guy Fawkes and King Charles I had their trial and where highly influential
politicians, such as Nelson Mandela and Barrack Obama, have addressed Parliament.
Follow the route the Queen takes when she opens Parliament
annually. See where she is dressed for the occasion in the Robing Room, pass through grand galleries, admire the fine architecture and enjoy the day as if you were an important
Tours take place everyday apart from Sundays and Bank holidays
throughout the month of August and from mid-September for a few weeks from Tuesday-Saturday.The guided tours last 75 minutes and are
also available in Spanish, Italian, German, French and Russian at selected times during the day. It is highly recommended not to bring small children as there is a lot of walking and standing
around during the tour.
For further details on how to book tickets and other information please
visit the House of Parliament's website here.
Treat yourself to afternoon tea in the Palace of
Westminster at an additional charge. Tea takes place in the historic
Pugin Room which overlooks the River Thames. This add-on is only available on selected days so please check the website for further
27 July - 24 Aug 2013
@ The Roundhouse, Camden
A beach in London..........woohoo! FREE entry. From noon till 11pm every night, Camden's infamous beach is back in London for the Summer of 2013. Tonnes of sand, beach
huts which can be reserved, deck chairs galore, amusements, ping-pong, barbeque, fish and chips, a quirky cocktail bar with happy hour from 5-7pm, ice cream and live music! London's
perfect summer is finally here, enjoyyy!!! N.B. Please do not take your own picnic as you will not be allowed entry with your own food!