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Celebrating LGBTQ Culture

Celebrating LGBTQ Culture From the 27th of February to 12th of March, JW3 is hosting a celebration of LGBTQ culture in a series of events including a series of mini-talks about the intersection between sexuality and religion, and the great British opera ‘Benjamin Britten’s Peter Grimes’, the story of a small community’s suspicion of an […]


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JW3

JW3 A community centre that provides education about Jewish culture, JW3 is a modern building and the ‘new postcode for Jewish life’.


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Women and War

Women and War There will be an afternoon of poetry reading dedicated to the women of World War II who helped to keep the country going throughout the war. These brave individuals are celebrated in verse, and their tasks and trials uncovered. 12th of March.


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Architectural History of Keats House

Architectural History of Keats House Originally known as Wentworth Place, the house has an interesting architectural history. This tour will go into detail about how the building has changed over the years, and includes a visit to the basement and first floor. The tour includes steep steps and there isn’t a lift available. 26th of […]


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‘Shelley: The Trumpet Of A Prophecy’ Guided Walk

‘Shelley: The Trumpet Of A Prophecy’ Guided Walk Come and see the monuments dedicated to Britain’s greatest radical romantic era poet, on a walk that starts at King’s Cross Station. The walk needs to be booked in advance and is £10 – £12 per head. 25th of February.


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Keats House

Keats House The former house of romantic poet John Keats, which is now a museum dedicated to his life and works, as well as poetry in general. It is a visually stunning Regency style building with well maintained grounds and a mulberry tree which is believed to be old enough to have been seen by […]


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Freud Museum

Freud Museum Sigmund Freud is the founder of psychoanalysis and has a lasting impact on psychology today. The Sigmund Freud museum hosts regular events and exhibitions detailing his life, as well as his theories and scientific work, and the influence they had on the culture in which we live. It’s a fascinating place and visiting […]


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Il Primo Ristorante

Il Primo Ristorante – Guests will get 10% off the bill and a glass of prosecco at arrival Il Primo first opened its doors to the many residents and visitors of leafy Belsize Park in June 2016, and has since firmly established its status as one of North London’s most talked about Italian restaurants. Located […]


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Bicester Village

Just 60 minutes away from Central London is the illustrious Bicester Village, a charming hub of British and International fashion boutiques. Just on the outskirts of Bicester, it is a lovely area bordered with green spaces, containing inviting storefronts and professionally structured and maintained walkways with foliage and open seating areas. There is a children’s […]


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