Features

  • Keats House
    Posted in: Features, Places

    English romantic poet John Keats lived a short life that was in so many ways the archetypal tragic, brief and poverty-stricken existence expected of such literary figures. What still exists is his inspirational body of work and of course his home in Hampstead, Keats House (formerly Wentworth Place). Now a heritage site operating as a […]

  • The Dreamboys for the Lascivious Ladies of London
    Posted in: Features

    Girl’s  just wanna have fun. And how! We want men that resemble Greek Gods to strut their shredded, ripped muscles, gyrate and  shake their booties, tickle our senses with a strip tease and make us moan in an orgasmic delight as they bring us to a shattering climax with a Full Monty. Oh yes! That’s […]

  • First Look – Newport Street Gallery
    Posted in: Features, Galleries & Museums

    Damien Hirst found fame in the nineties as leader/curator of the pivotal British artist movement the YBAs (Young British Artists) well now he’s invested that entrepreneurial spirit into his own gallery. His Newport Street Gallery opened mid-October on, yes, Newport Street, Vauxhall after three years of development and with much media fanfare. Voluminous and clinically […]

  • The Shakespeare Globe Exhibition & Theatre Tour
    Posted in: Features

    The Shakespeare Globe exhibition and theatre tour is an informative and engaging display of historical facts about Shakespeare’s professional home in London and the London of the Elizabethan times he lived in. The museum whose entrance is from the Bankside is on the upper floor. The exhibition begins with a display of a timeline dating […]

  • The Darwinian Home
    Posted in: Features

    <p The Down House home to the greatest English scientist Charles Darwin now maintained by the English Heritage is a World Heritage building in what used to be Down in Kent, now part of the London borough of Bromley. Adult tickets are priced at £10. 60 with free entry to members of English Heritage. A […]

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