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The world’s longest running play is back onstage now in the West End. Agatha Christie's The Mousetrap is a classic 'Who Dunnit?' which sees seven strangers snowed in at a stately countryside guesthouse. For nearly 70 years, this classic murder mystery has kept audiences on the edge of their seats.
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The world's favourite singing nanny makes her return to the West End with a spoonful of sugar and some supercalifragilisticexpialidocious fun. Zizi Strallen returns to the titular role of Mary Poppins, as she visits the Banks' household for some surprise adventures with Jane and Michael.
007 Bollinger Bar at Burlington Arcade
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Burlington Arcade's iconic thoroughfare is home to select luxury brands that have famously partnered with 007 over the years, creating the carefully curated look of the suave gentleman that is James Bond. Experience the Bollinger Bar, the world-first 007 Bollinger pop-up, for a limited time only in Burlington Arcade.
Sofitel London St James collaborates with esteemed French Designer Jérôme Blin
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As part of its constant commitment to the art world, Sofitel London St James hosts D’or et de lumiere, the exhibition by French fashion designer Jérôme Blin.
Pride & Prejudice* (*Sort of)
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Jane Austen's beloved novel Pride & Prejudice been transformed into a musical, well, sort of! This audacious adaptation of the beloved novel by an all-female cast promises an evening of raucous entertainment!
Afternoon Tea at The Stage
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Super-boutique hotel, The Londoner have lifted the curtain on their show-stopping afternoon tea. Drama unfolds at The Stage as the team take you through the Afternoon Tea in three acts.
Magnus Plessen at White Cube Mason's Yard
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White Cube gallery in Mason's Yard hosts an exhibition by Magnus Plessen. Experience paintings that shift fluidly between the abstract and representation through a diverse range of painting methods and dynamic compositions.
The Book of Mormon
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From the creators of South Park with music and lyrics by Robert Lopez (Avenue Q, Frozen) the musical takes a satirical look at The Church of Latter-Day saints and follows two missionaries as they attempt to convert the locals to join the Mormon religion.
WHAT DO YOU SEE, YOU PEOPLE, GAZING AT ME at Sadie Coles HQ
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Sadie Coles HQ hosts an exhibition at their Kingly Street branch showcasing eight artists for 'What do you see, you people gazing at me.'
Read more about Musical Theatre Afternoon Tea
Musical Theatre Afternoon Tea
Festive Art Classes for Coffee Lovers
Read more about Festive Art Classes for Coffee Lovers
Visit The Gentlemen Baristas flagship store on Piccadilly for a series of festive card-making art classes this winter, led by artist Joanna Layla.
Youth Forum at the National Portrait Gallery
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If you're aged 14-21, interested in art, history and portraiture, meeting new people and getting involved in the future of the National Portrait Gallery...
Join the National Portrait Gallery Youth Forum!
Youth Forum are a group of 14-21 year olds who collaborate with the Gallery and influence its activity, get inspired by the collection, and shape the offer of the Gallery for young people.
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