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Lucy TripTide published a page
7:43am 18/08/2019
The Olympic Cinema

The Olympic Cinema

This unique little film house opened in 2013 replacing the Olympic Sound Studios that once-upon-a-time hosted plenty of big names – U2, Queen, The Rolling Stones and The Who all recorded here. Today the cinema is London’s premier Dolby Atmos surround sound cinema. Visitors can see the latest releases along with classic cinema on two screens sittin...

Louise Rochon published a page
7:22am 13/08/2019
Curzon Cinema, Mayfair

Curzon Cinema, Mayfair

The Curzon Street Cinema, Mayfair has hosted foreign and art house films for an eternity and was one of the first cinemas in the UK to import a regular stream of international movies. It is known throughout the city as a very classy venue. The bigger of its two screens is a classic – a 307-seater that has kept its two original Royal Boxes: the sma...

Lucy TripTide published a page
7:11am 12/08/2019
Geo. F. Trumper

Geo. F. Trumper

Geo. F. Trumper is one of London’s oldest barbers and has been shaving the whiskers of the locals since 1875. It has remained largely unchanged since that time and its dark mahogany interior, private cubicles and traditional wet shave area has barely changed since then. This is a no-frills gentleman’s hairdressers but there are plenty of perfumes a...

Lucy TripTide published a journal
12:00am 06/08/2019
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1:46pm 02/08/2019
The Button Queen

The Button Queen

The Button Queen aims to provide all their customers with a button to suit every occasion. Visitors to London might be on the lookout for that elusive button or just a bit of inspiration for finishing off a craft project. They have hundreds of new and vintage buttons arranged in a multiplicity of folders and boxes. They stock an extensive range of...

Lucy TripTide published a page
3:14pm 30/07/2019
The Wallace Collection

The Wallace Collection

An exceptional collection of art, decorative items, furniture and firearms collected between 1760 & 1880 can be found on display in the lavish sumptuosity that is Hertford House. A free museum visit can be double up with lunch or dinner in its lovely courtyard restaurant.

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