The Devonshire Arms is situated on an elegant street, deep in this affluent part of the capital. Originally opened in the mid ... More
The Devonshire Arms is situated on an elegant street, deep in this affluent part of the capital. Originally opened in the mid 19th century, this is a spacious, smart and quiet establishment with a nice terrace at the front for alfresco drinking in the summer months. Inside, there is an open fire, TVs for football and other major sporting events, and a quality pool table. It also has a jukebox that plays cheerful pop music, and live performances every couple of weeks. The menu offers traditional pub food.
The Southbank Centre was created in the 1960s, after the Festival of Britain in 1951 inspired renewed interest in the
arts scene in the United Kingdom. Although it is one of the top cultural venues in the city, it ...
Located on Shaftesbury Avenue, Shaftesbury Theare has been entertaining audiences from 1911. On the fringes of theaterland, this spacious theater
seats over 1400 people and shows the musicals that are refreshingly scanty and non cheesy. Past productions include La ...
This is an interesting hybrid of boozer and leafy Thai diner. Amongst the benefits of this unusual alliance is the
combination of pub priced drinks with restaurant standard food. It's always popular often very crowded in the pub and ...