May 22 2013 Latest news:
Celebrities came in their droves to the world’s most famous flower show ahead of the Queen’s official visit later today.
The RHS Chelsea Flower Show is one of the biggest and most popular events in the horticulture calendar.
Three striking wax figures of Michael Jackson are due to go on show in London as part of a new exhibition marking the fourth anniversary of his death.
Billy Smart’s Circus is in town—the best traditions of pantomime and Vauderville rolled into one, only with more candyfloss, writes Allis Moss.
A life-size, interactive dragon will be in attendance at St George’s Day celebrations in the capital this weekend.
A courtyard in Covent Garden has been transformed into a little slice of Bangkok this weekend to celebrate Thai New Year.
London’s got loads going on, there’s the museums, the markets, the shops, the galleries, the parks… and Londoners like to think they know their city well.
To mark the 125th anniversary of the Jack the Ripper murders, VisitEngland takes a look at places in London and across the country with a horrid history.
London Transport Museum is opening its Acton Depot to the public as part of celebrations of 150 years of the London Underground.