London is one of the most culturally and architecturally rich places in the world. Treasure hunts in London help people to discover the incredible collections held by the cities museums and galleries and organise explorations of the streets, monuments, parks and buildings. Interspersed with the big treasures such as the National Gallery, British Museum and the Houses… More Hidden Treasures of London
“A celebration of great beers, passionate brewers, and a true beer city.” The London Craft Beer Festival takes place in London in August and in Bristol in September. Discover world class craft beer from independent breweries. Enjoy a drink with great music and amazing food. Tickets give you entry, unlimited small pours and even a festival glass. The fun takes… More London Craft Beer Festival
Following on from the other public art trails, this year sees the BFG Dream Jar Trail. There will be 32 Dream Jars to discover from 9 July with another 18 in place by 22 July. Although most are in London there are a few in Birmingham, Cardiff, Glasgow and Manchester. The art works will be on display on the streets… More The BFG Dream Jar Trail
World premiere This July sees the world premiere of Groundhog Day. This is a new musical directed by Old Vic Artistic Director Matthew Warchus, who has brought together the team behind ‘Matilda’: composer and lyricist Tim Minchin, choreographer Peter Darling, and designer Rob Howell. Groundhog Day will play a strictly limited 10-week season from Friday 15 July –… More Groundhog Day
Taking a look at all things Scottish Not organised by the V & A Museum, Treasure Hunts in London are organising a treasure hunt around the V&A looking at art and artifacts from north of the border. Bring your team of 2 to 4 players to explore this top London museum to discover art and artefacts from north of the… More V & A Museum Treasure Hunt
Dr Matthew Green is your guide to six periods in London’s history. Turn the pages and explore the sights, sounds and smells of London through the ages. Circle the walls of medieval London as the city lies barricaded under curfew in 1390. In 1603 visit a savage bull and bear baiting arena on the Bankside at the time of… More A Travel Guide Through Time
A seasonal read for the budding investigator from the Womens Murder Club When Detective Lindsay Boxer fired her weapon in a late-night showdown, she set off a chain of events that left the police force disgraced, the city divided and a family destroyed. Now a jury must decide her fate. Escaping to Half Moon Bay to avoid the media circus,… More 4th of July can be murder!
Preventing dementia Professor June Andrews, a leading dementia expert, wrote an article in High50.com offering tips on ways to prevent dementia. The list included:- Improve your circulation Stop smoking, immediately Get diabetes, high blood pressure and depression treated Do exercise – consistently Get more sunshine Eat plenty of vegetables and less red meat and dairy Drink water… More Top tips to prevent dementia