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Tasty offerings at York Food and Drink Festival

This year’s York Food & Drink Festival is set to take place between 19th and 27th September, and will offer visiting groups events such as wine and food tastings, talks, cookery demonstrations and hands on workshops. At St. Sampson’s Square, visitors will be able to participate in food and cocktail demonstrations, while Parliament Street will offer

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Museum of Making set to open this autumn

Derby is set to welcome the new Museum of Making on 19th September. Designed to inspire those who visit with new creativity while showcasing Derby’s 300-year history of making and celebrating the area’s rich history of innovation, the museum is located within the Derwent Valley Mills UNESCO World Heritage Site, and stands on the site of

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Louise Redknapp and Brian Conley return to 9 to 5 the Musical

Dolly Parton has announced that Louise Redknapp and Brian Conley will return to play Violet Newstead and Franklin Hart Jnr respectively in 9 to 5 the Musical at The Savoy Theatre in London from February 2020. Louise Redknapp will return to the show on Monday 10th February and play the role of Violet until the show ends its West End run on 23rd May (excluding 12th

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Explore exotic garden shows overseas

You’ll find an eclectic mix of garden and flower show visit options when your group ventures abroad. Here are a selection to consider. In Japan, the Flowers by Naked event has been held across the country in locations such as Tokyo, Nagoya and Okinawa, and has to-date received 500,000 visitors. This year, works were even

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New telephone box exhibit for MAD Museum

A brand-new moving sculpture inside an old red refurbished telephone box has been unveiled by the MAD (Mechanical Art and Design) Museum in Stratford-upon-Avon this month. The museum purchased the telephone box, which is located on Henley Street, and commissioned one of their favourite resident artists, Pascal Bettex, to create the sculpture inside the box. The

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Soldier of Orange musical comes to UK

Dutch musical Soldier of Orange is set to open in a purpose-built 360-degree theatre at the Royal Docks, London this autumn. Seen by over 3 million people, this unique production has broken all Dutch theatre records and celebrated nine years of sold-out performances in October this year, making it the longest ever running musical in The

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Group tickets now on sale for A Right Royale Tea

Lord and Lady Right return to London this summer for A Right Royale Tea – an immersive and participatory comedy afternoon tea performance set in the grandeur of the British aristocracy – performing again at the four-star Amba Hotel, Charing Cross London on Sunday afternoons between 2.30pm and 4.30pm, from 28th June to 19th July.

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Hidden London Tour opens to groups

This year the London Transport Museum is opening its Hidden London Tour to group bookings. The tour takes in disused Tube stations, tunnels and secret spaces that were once busy with commuters and trains – some dating to the foundation of the network in 1863 – but are now surplus to requirements and usually out

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