London now has a wealth of entertainment available, live theatre, and
a massive selection of cinemas which regularly feature film premiers,
the bars and restaurants we will feature will be very "London now",
bars featuring live entertainment and restaurants which are world class.
London has major universities, and a large range of clubs and entertainment
are slanted towards this large youth market. London now has new clubs
and nightclubs opening all the time, and London Now will keep you up
to date with the new arrivals on the London entertainment scene.
London Theaters - London Stage
London Musical We Will Rock you
Monday 7 August 06 Film star Patrick Swayze, of “Dirty Dancing” fame
attended an aftershow party for Guys and Dolls' at Floridita in Wardour
Street London to celebrate his opening in the musical Guys and Dolls
earlier that night.
London now has the best cinemas you will find and the main concentration
of cinemas is in Leicester Square which is in the so called West End
of London, providing excellent cinema entertainment and showing the latest
and greatest movies in London . Now would be a good time, when you are
in the city to seek out "art house" and speci ali st films,
for film connoisseurs like yourself! London 's speci ali st cinemas screen
films which may never get a general release but with the sheer size of
London ’s resident population, plus the influx of tourists from
all over the world, there is a ready market for this type of speci ali
st film entertainment.
"When a man is tired of London, he is tired of life;
for there is in London all that life can afford." - Samuel Johnson,
any given day or night in London you can choose from the most
diverse range of entertainment probably on earth all contained
in one city, London is the theatre capital of the world and we
intend to list hem all in our London entertainment Guide. one
of the largest theatres in Britain, entertaining lots of people.
The London entertainment specialty is large musicals, such
as typically Miss Saigon and musicals by the likes of Andrew
Lloyd Webber. London is lucky to have a late Victorian masterpiece
of a theatre in the London. Theatre in the area of the
city, providing popular entertainment for theatre fans. Entering
this theatre is like going back in time, to a period when all theatres
had ornamentation of a manner which transported the patrons into
a luxury world - even if it was for only one night's entertainment!
We welcome to the London entertainment section the London Party
Bus and, the London based, the Nightclub
London and Stingfellows, three good additions to the London Entertainment
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is a list of the theatres that are referred to as West End: Adelphi,
Aldwych Theatre, Apollo Victoria Theatre, BarbicanTheatre, CriterionTheatre,
Duke of York'sTheatre Fortune Theatre, Her Majesty's Theatre,
London Apollo, London Palladium, Lyceum, National Theatre, Old Vic,
Open-Air Theatre, Palace Theatre, Phoenix Theatre, Prince Edward Theatre,
Prince of Wales, Royal Court Theatre, St. Martin's Theatre, Shakespeare's
Globe, Strand, Theatre Royal Drury Lane, Wyndhams Theatre. If we have
missed a London theatre in the West End of London you think we should
have in our London Theatre Guide please do not hesitate to contact us
and we will include it here. Our email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
The Boathouse London
The Boathouse at Putney
London SW15 2JX
If you are seeking casual sophistication with stunning surroundings,
than look no further than the Boathouse at Putney. This popular
Putney bar boasts floor-to-ceiling glass windows which afford a marvellous
view of the Putney Bridge and The River Thames.
Three levels ensure that there is plenty of room for you and your mates
to locate a table at which you can kick back and enjoy one of their
many Young’s ales. The Boathouse also features and extensive wine
list as well as coffee for non-drinkers.
The large courtyard immediately in front of the bar is perfect for
people-watching and lounging on a hot summer’s day. The
third-floor balcony is also ideal for observing boats glide down the
river and taking in the happenings below.
The Boathouse at Putney serves a wide variety of pub food and is currently
redeveloping their menu. You can reserve the space for private
or corporate functions by contacting the manager via E-mail.
63b Clerkenwell Road
LONDON, EC1M 5PT
Dress Code: No white trainers, no sports wear, no light-coloured
Hours: Mon-Wed until midnight
Over the past two decades, Turnmills has established itself as one
of London's most influential entertainment venues. Easy to reach from
the City, Docklands and West End, Turnmills is located just 2 minutes
from Farringdon station.
Turnmills is renowned for the chart-topping DJs who frequent The Gallery
on Friday nights. Dance until 7:30 AM to thumping beats by the
likes of Tall Paul, Benny Bennassi and Judge Jules.
The Turnmills complex houses two restaurants, a bar, gymnasium
and recording studio and of course their world famous nightclub. Having
been granted the UK's first ever 24 hour entertainment licence and with
a generous late licence, Turnmills has developed an unrivalled reputation
for event promotion and first class club nights.
Turnmills has a bit of a bad reputation for aggressive bouncers and
a sterile warehouse-like ambiance, but I have found both claims unfounded. Besides,
it’s the strong drinks and phenomenal sound system that keep the
Be savvier than the masses by booking tickets in advance so that you
can jump the queue, get discounted admission and get your dance
on as soon as you arrive.-18th. September 2006
The Castle London
44 Commercial Street
Tube: Aldgate East
The Castle is a no-frills 24 hour pub located near the Aldgate East
tube station. What it lacks in décor it makes up for with
a laid-back vibe and unbeatable drink prices. Happy hour, which
starts at 9 PM features £1 bottles of Carlsberg lager! If lager
isn’t your drink of choice try their house wine for only £6.00
The staff members were friendly and attentive. I never had to
wait more than a couple of minutes for a beer, an impressive feat given
the fact that there were only four bartenders attending to a heaving
The clientele is an interesting mix of students and neighbourhood
residents, which creates a casual and pleasing environment to kick back
and enjoy good conversation with your mates. Jeans, trainers,
and funky tee shirts were the uniform of almost every punter, so you
don’t have to fret before leaving the house that you will be dressed
appropriately. After a few pints, wander upstairs with your friends
and amuse yourself with a game of billiards while enjoying the
indie tunes.-18th. September 2006
The Chelsea Potter London
The Chelsea Potter
119 Kings Road, Chelsea, London SW3 4PL
Tel. 020 7352 9479
Monday - Thursday 11am - 11pm.
Friday & Saturday 11am - 12mn.
Sunday 12noon - 10.30pm
Situated on the corner of Radnor Walk and the Kings Road, the Chelsea
Potter is the perfect place to sip a pint and grab a quick bite to eat
after a long day of shopping. Its corner location makes it an
excellent spot to catch a glimpse of the beautiful people passing
by on the Kings Road.
The multitude of windows, combined with the high ceiling, the shiny
wood throughout and the large mirrors give the place a very light and
spacious feel. A few scattered high round tables with high stools; allows
for more drinkers to be crammed in during the busy times. When the weather
is good enough for outdoor drinking you’ll find nearly as many
seats on the pavement outside as there are inside.
If you are feeling a bit peckish tuck into traditional pub favourites
such as pie & chips, sausage & mash or fish & chips. I
was also pleased to discover non-traditional pub fare such as nachos
and chicken tenders with ranch dressing!
The clientele here varies from trendy shoppers, well-heeled locals,
students and tourists. The casual atmosphere and no frills décor
ensure that everyone will feel at ease in this popular neighbourhood
bar.-18th. September 2006
The Porcupine London pub
48 Charing Cross Road
London WC2 OBS
The Porcupine is a traditional English pub conveniently located within a few
minutes walk of the Leicester Square tube station. According to a brief historical
synopsis in their menu, The Porcupine used to be frequented by villains and thieves.
These days, its location attracts the tourist crowd flooding out from Leicester
Square and the theatre crowd on their way up to Cambridge Circus, as well as
those out for a beer after work.
Very no frills pub, but it serves it purpose- beer and lots of it. The ground
floor is unique in that it has more seats outside than in. What few seats there
are well positioned by the large windows, ideal for people watching. The
chances of finding a seat indoors are better if you venture upstairs, where there's
a selection of benches and stools. The best location on a summer evening is a
position by one of the open upstairs windows, looking out across Charing Cross
The porcupine serves traditional pub fare such as fish and chips, bangers and
mash, and steak pies for reasonable prices. The service is very slow, though,
so one is better off sticking to a liquid diet.-15th. September 2006
Thirst is proof that not all good things come in big packages. What
it lacks in size, it makes up for with banging beats and buzzing vibe.
The sleek lines, minimalist décor and beautiful clientele are
quintessentially Soho smart but refreshingly, lacking the pretenses
of other clubs.
Thirst has terrific prices on an enormous range of mind-narrowing cocktails.
Start at the top of the list during Stupid Hour on a Thursday (the new
Friday) you might find your way to the bottom by the end of Happy Hour
- two weeks later.
Nightly DJs ensure that you’ll be able to shake it with the best
of them into the wee hours of the morning. The neon “no
requests” sign above the DJ booth is slightly off-putting, but ensures
that you won’t have to listen to trite pop music. The
dance floor is rather small so it gets packed quickly.
I arrived on a Thursday night and the bar was hopping by 10 PM. The
DJ was absolutely phenomenal and the crowd was definitely up for it. If
you’re not in the mood for dancing, simply kick back on one of
the couches and enjoy the view.
The Amber Bar is available for private hire. Itt holds up to 70 standing,
or if you desire real VIP treatment, rent out the downstairs bar
entirely as a private space, holding up to 110.-15th. September 2006
Ministry of Sound London
Ministry of Sound
Ministry of Sound
103 Gaunt Street
London SE1 6DP
Tel: +44 (0)870 060 0010
Fax: +44 (0)20 7403 5348
Ministry of Sound is located near the Elephant and Castle tub station,
a dodgy neighbourhood with very few decent bars nearby. Any pre-clubbing
cocktails should definitely be consumed outside the vicinity of Elephant
In hindsight, I should have heeded this as an omen, but I remained
I visited on a Friday night in hopes to experience clubbing bliss with
London’s hottest movers and shakers. This popular nightclub/
global empire is world renowned for featuring some of the best DJs on
the planet, so I was eager to discover first-hand what the hype
was all about.
The club opens at 11:00, so I arrived at 11:30 in hopes that I would
arrive before the masses but alas, the queue was already winding down
the street. The security here is second-to-none. My bag
and I were both thoroughly searched before I was allowed entry. A
bit of a nuisance, but also reassuring as you don’t have to worry
about potential armed assault from other revellers.
The cover is a bit steep at £15.00, but I figure they have to
pay for all of their marketing somehow. Once inside, I wasn’t
that impressed. The club was far smaller than I had anticipated,
the staff members were unfriendly and the drink prices were ridiculous
(a double Jack and Coke was $8.00)!
I wandered upstairs to get a birds-eye view of the dance floor below. I
noticed that there was a VIP area to my left, so I sauntered over to
the bouncer to inquire about entry. He informed me that this privilege
was available for a mere £80! Talk about highway robbery.
The exorbitant fee would have been justified if there were acrobats
dangling from the ceiling, pole dancers on the table and champagne flowing
like water, but alas none of this fabulousness was present.
Bored upstairs, I trotted back downstairs to explore the other dance
room, which was featuring hard house music. The sound system was
blaring almost to the point of distortion and this room was also nowhere
near capacity, and therefore, was also disappointing.
My friend and I grew tired of this overpriced, over-inflated club within
a few hours and decided to call it a night early, although we could
have danced until 6 AM had we so desired. One would need very deep
pockets and low expectations to party all night here. Sadly, the
highlight of the evening for me was helping myself to the free
Ministry of Sound pins at the door only so I could say “been there,
done that.” -15th September 2006
Monday and Tuesday: Midday - 11pm
Wednesday: Midday - Midnight
Thursday: Midday - 1am
Friday and Saturday: Midday - 3am
Sunday: Midday - 10.30pmTemple Station
London WC2 2PH
Tel : +44 20 7395 3690
Fax : +44 20 7395 3691
LVPO is situated in the heart of Soho on Dean Street between Old Compton Street
and Shaftsbury Avenue.
50 Dean Street, London W1D 5BQ
Tel: 020 7434 3399 (Venue)
Tel: 020 7439 4089 (Bookings/Events/PR)
LVPO (pronounced LUPO and meaning “wolf” in Trojan!) has been part
of Soho’s bar scene since 1995. LVPO attracts a wonderfully eclectic mix
of media, fashion, and the West End’s theatre crowd who can be seen sipping
trendy cocktails in this intimate venue.
A multitude of candles and chandeliers create a mystical and inviting
appearance. Deep shades of maroon and purple cover the furniture and
the banquettes are long, spacious and comfortable. Top notch waiter
service provides customers with food and cocktails from the extensive
I was very impressed by LVPO’s extensive cocktail menu. Champagne
cocktails, classic cocktails, shooters and beer ensure that most patrons
will find something to their liking.
I tried their Zombie, a fruity concoction of Bacardi rum, orange juice,
pineapple juice, blue Curacao and grenadine. This drink may be sweet,
but it definitely packs a punch! Afterwards, I finished the evening
off with a mojito, which was also delicious.
The chill atmosphere and beautiful surroundings make this an ideal
spot to entertain clients or to catch up with co-workers or friends. Drop
by on Friday or Saturdays if you want to shake it with the DJ or
Monday nights for their two-f0r-one mojitos.- 2 October 2006
Walkabout is a popular Australian bar/restaurant chain with 48
locations throughout the UK, 17 of which are located in London. On
most nights, live bands play rock and indie hits as well as anthems
from the last three decades. Old school hits such as “Jessie’s
Girl,” get the crowd revved up on the dance floor. This is an
excellent find for a traveller on a budget as all meals are only £3.50! Their
eclectic menu features many Aussie and South African favourites such
as kangaroo and springbok (a breed of antelope). For the less adventurous
diner, Walkabout has burgers, salads, sandwiches and an all-day breakfast.
I ended up at the Walkabout Temple location merely by chance one
Friday evening as it appeared to be the only lively bar in the neighbourhood. I
was a bit taken aback by the £5.00 cover charge as it is more
of a sports bar than a nightclub, but I gave in for lack of other enticing
I was initially excited, as the bar was packed wall-to-wall and everyone
seemed up for it. The thrill soon wore off after five minutes
there. The bar staff were terribly inattentive and I estimate
I had to wait seven minutes to get served.
I sipped my weak Jack and Coke and was quickly annoyed by the sheer
amount of lager lout types constantly bumping into me. The sound
system was blaring obnoxious, overplayed songs from the early nineties,
and it was virtually impossible to carry on a conversation over the
Luckily, the Walkabout’s upper level has ample seating, so I
lounged on a bench away from the seething masses.
All in all the Walkabout it is what it is - a chain. What the
Walkabout lacks in décor and atmosphere it makes up for with
cheap eats and reasonable drinks. My advice is to keep walking
14-16 Ganton Street
London Wif 7bt
Upstairs Café 11-11 Daily
Downstairs Bar 5-12 Mon-Wed
5-1am Thursday And Friday
7-1 Am Saturday
Sunday By Event Only
Zebrano is a sumptuous cocktail lounge hidden below bustling Carnaby
Street. This sultry drinking den is the epitome of luxurious relaxation.
Deep red and black décor create a remarkably sexy atmosphere.
The clientele primarily consists of young movers and shakers, businessmen,
and a sprinkling of model-types to keep things interesting. This
is not the place to let down your hair, but it is perfect for posing
and sneaking a seductive glance over your martini at an attractive patron
across the room. An abundance of intimate alcoves throughout the
bar are ideal for catching up on juicy gossip.
Saunter up to the bar and request one of their delicious cocktails.
Each concoction is painstakingly prepared by friendly and knowledgeable
waiting staff. The drink presentation here is exceptional. No detail
is overlooked and the exotic fruit garnishes are so perfect it seems
almost a shame to eat them!
After perusing the extensive cocktail menu, I ordered a Lychee Gunman. It
was mild in flavour, and very refreshing as it lacked the sickly
aftertaste that is common in many sweet cocktails. Afterward,
I opted for a Pear Martini. The pear puree completely masks the
flavour of the vodka making it dangerously drinkable! -2 October
15 Berkeley Street
London W11 8DY
Tel:0871 075 1751
Tues-Sat 6pm to 3 am
Dance with hot women-possibly minor celebrities, apparently frequented by lots of Ukrainian women. If possible book a table in the Funky Buddha VIP section where you can sit and be served by attractive bar staff and watch the pretty people in action. Average price for entrance is £20 and the drinks are expensive but you are in a highly fashionable area. The club has a door policy so it would be smart to call ahead and get yourself on the club's guest list to save any possible embarrassment on the door.
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