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You don’t need to go to Ireland to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day – whether you’re Irish or not, we all love to celebrate this holiday! It’s the best holiday to spend with your friends, having a laugh and a drink or two! So, join the rest of the capital by taking part in one of the many festivities that London has going on to celebrate the patron saint of Ireland. To make it that bit easier we’ve selected what we think are the best ways to have a great time in the city this St. Patrick’s Day.

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Last week marked the 400th anniversary of the death of the great bard, William Shakespeare. Four centuries on and his work is still remembered and celebrated right here in London at Shakespeare’s Globe. This is a particularly exciting time for the theatre, as it has just launched its summer programme – which this year comes with a magical twist! Get set for Wonder Season.

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Each year, the stage at Shakespeare’s Globe, which is sponsored by Delancey, is taken over by a season-long programme of plays, which …

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Are you looking for something a little bit different to do one evening this week? Well this is your last chance to go and experience the immersive performance piece created by X-NN Systems, ‘The Forest’. If you decide to go, you will find yourself in the vaults of London’s Waterloo, where the creators of ‘Dr Leon: Neutral Enhancement and The Observatory’ introduce you to a weird and wacky multi-sensory test designed to show how you process data…

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We recently interviewed Hannah, the producer of The Forest, to find out a bit more …

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Are you guilty of rarely venturing outside Zone 2? Well, a little change to the TfL Tube Map now puts Stratford in Zone 2, meaning you can get to it without spending extra cash on travel! So get ready, here’s a list of some of the great things you can start enjoying in Stratford now you’ve got an access-all-areas pass (okay, a Zone 1-2 travelcard)!

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Shop ‘til You Drop

If you’re yet to visit Stratford’s shopping scene, you know what to do! If you prefer the shopping centre …

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If you like great music, incredible acting and a mesmerising story – there’s a new play in town which’ll be right up your street. PIAF, which launched at the Bridewell Theatre last week, is based on the life of French singer and actress Édith Piaf, who shot to fame in the 40s. We dropped by to chat to

leading actress Cameron Leigh, who plays Piaf, and supporting actress Valerie Cutko, who plays her best friend Marlene Dietrich.

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