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    Things to do this Half Term

    Lyrics Hammersmith – Roald Dhal’s Fantastic Mr Fox

    The kids have only just returned back to school and it is half term already

    Coming up with ideas to entertain the kids is a tricky one…

    Why not take them to see Fantastic Mr Fox.  A Roald Dhal production.  I’m sure the kids will love it ;)

    http://www.lyric.co.uk/…/prod…/roald-dahls-fantastic-mr-fox/

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    Filed under: Hammersmith,London Events,Lyrics Hammersmith
    February 8, 2017

    Magical Lantern Festival Chiswick London 19/01/17 – 26/02/17

    Magnificent life-size and large lanterns surround the Chiswick House in preparation for the Chinese New Year

    It is just phenomenal. The walk starts by a large lantern of the houses of Parliament all lit up in beautiful colours.

    At the end of the show there is an entertainment area serving a range of international foods, Duck wraps, Steak burgers, noddle bar, crepes are some of the choices.

    For the kids there is an ice rink, ferris wheal and a virtual reality gaming experience.

    For further information please visit

    http://www.magicallantern.uk/

    Filed under: Chiswick,London,London Events
    January 23, 2017

    Adventure Travel Show 21-22 Jan Olympia Exhibition Centre

    Thinking of booking a holiday why not consider an adventure holiday.

    The Adventure Travel Show held at the London Olympia might just be the right place for you to talk with specialist companies that are dedicated to plan itinerates off the beaten track.

    Don’t miss out on the chance to speak with the biggest collection of specialists all under one roof.

    Why not make a weekend of it and stay at the Chiswick Rooms a few underground stops away

     

    Filed under: Chiswick,London,London Events,Olympia Exhibition Centre
    January 20, 2017

    Hotels near Hammersmith Apollo

    If you are looking for hotels near Hammersmith Apollo in London you have come to the right place.  Chiswick Rooms is a Boutique hotel just 1.4 miles away from Hammersmith Apollo.

    Hammersmith Apollo is one of London’s most popular entertainment venue

    Today it is one of the most popular entertainment venues in the capital and still attracts stars from around the world.

    Coming up this January and February 17

    Eurovision: You Decide – Jan 27, 2017 – 7:30 PM

    Donny Osmond – Jan 31 – Feb 1 , 2017

    Busted – Feb 3, 2017 – 7:00 PM

    Ziggy Stardust and The Spiders from Mars – Feb 16, 2017 – 6:30 PM

    The Bhangra Showdown – Feb 18, 2017 – 5:30 PM

    Goran Bregovic and Bijelo Dugme – Feb 23, 2017 – 7:30 PM

    BBC Asian Network  – Feb 25, 2017 – 6:00 PM

    RnB Legends: Joe & Ashanti  – Feb 26, 2017 – 7:00 PM

     

     

    Filed under: Chiswick,Hammersmith,Hammersmith Apollo,London Events
    January 16, 2017

    Halloween Events London 2013

    halloweenIt is not long until Halloween, so here is a roundup of the best Halloween events in London to scare the living daylights out of you all!

    Phobophobia – London Bridge Experience

    The scariest year round attraction is going to be epic this halloween.  Running each night from 26th Oct until the 2nd November it is going to bigger and better than ever. The London Bridge Experience is a fully integrated character led journey through history which will have you quaking in your boots. You will learn all about London’s gruesome history and uncover the dark secrets that lie beneath the world’s most famous and most haunted bridge.

    If you have never visited the London Tombs there is no better time to do so than over the Halloween period. Animatronics and live actors will be putting on a frightful show! There will be lots of surprises and thrills and of course plenty of horrors.  Prepare to be scared!

    London Dungeon Late
    The London Dungeon Late always puts on a great Halloween event and this year is no different. The doors open at 10pm for a fright night special. Prepare to be spooked by the cast of actors who will be dressed up covered in blood and gore!  So if you fancy being on the run from ‘Jack the Ripper’ or getting lost in London’s Victorian sewers, The London Dungeon Late is the place to be.

    Asylum: 2.8 Hours Later

    If you’re a fan of zombies, this is THE event to attend.  Asylum is an adrenaline fuelled cinematic experience which puts you in the heart of the zombie action. You will get to make choices and sacrifices that will determine whether you and your friends survive!  With the latest bio-technology, this event took a year in the making.  It is the only street game of its size and reputation in the whole world..
    Tickets are £40/£60 and include entry into the Zombie Disco.  Running from 24th October until the 2nd November.

    Scream – After Dark Halloween Party a Madame Tussauds

    This is an over 18s party at London’s Madame Tussauds.  There is a live Scare attraction which is based on a maximum security prison which has been overrun by some dodgy inmates deep within the Chamber of Horrors. There will be some A-List celebrities and pop icons and also some expert makeup artists to help with creating the perfect gory look. there’s a bar and sweet Halloween treats available, as well as late night hot food including wraps and potato wedges. Two dance floors will be open for you to bust those moves and plenty of drinks and treats available.

    Adults only (over 18’s). Friday November 1, 2013 – 7pm until midnight.

    Boo At The Zoo
    Lots of spooky goings on at London Zoo this half term. With scary story telling and creepy crafts it will be a great day out for the whole family. Those brave enough can discover what lurks in The Curiosity Shop of Horrors and the  Animals in Action Team will introduce lots of creepy creatures in the Amphitheatre.

    Running from Saturday the 26th October right through to Sunday 3rd November.

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    October 22, 2013

    Things to do this May

    May in London began with a bang and it continues to have plenty of entertaining activities, from concerts to shows and parades. Theatres are hosting some of the most memorable shows and performances yet. There are a few shows every avid theatre lover should make a point of seeing at least once.

    Vivaldi’s epic masterpiece Don Carlo will be showing at the Royal Opera House this May. This classic has been a favourite for many over the years and this year, the opera promises to deliver nothing less than a brilliant performance courtesy of the director’s experience in theatre, opera, and film. The opera opened at the Royal Opera House on the 4th. If you have not yet seen it, do make a point of buying yourself a ticket and taking a friend along for this amazing masterpiece before 3rd August.

    ‘Some Like It Hip Hop’ is a hot ticket this May, as the ever colourful and energetic ZooNation once again brings to dance-theatre a remarkable fusion of Shakespeare’s ‘Twelfth Night’ and Billy Wilder’s film ‘Some Like It Hot’. The debut showing of this remarkable tale received plenty of publicity and recognition for its creativity and bold moves. This May, the show is back with the promise of being just as entertaining. ‘Some Like It Hip Hop’ will be showing at the Peacock Theatre in Holborn until 30th June.

    ‘The Hothouse’ is another play set to thrill. It is set in the backdrop of a state-run correctional facility. The head of this facility is cruel and this goes unchecked. Find out how and what happens at Trafalgar Studios in Westminster. This play is set to thrill as well as entertain. It is already running so catch it before the 25th.

    For those who would prefer a lighter and heart warming show, the comedy ‘Relatively Speaking’ offers what has been described as many laugh-out-loud moments. When strangers meet and fall in love, only to later find out that they may be related is a storyline that often promises to amuse. Find out how this tale twists at Wyndhams Theatre on 14th May. It runs until 31st August.

    Other plays showing this month are the operatic masterpiece ‘Wozzek’ at Covent Garden, which has already opened and runs up to 25th May. If you are keen on a taking in a play outdoors, the Open Air Theatre at Regent’s Park will be opening its season with the classic, ‘To Kill A Mocking Bird’ on 16th May and will be running it until 15th June.

    Why not head over to Hammersmith Apollo to see popular East End comic Micky Flanagan in his hilarious new stand-up show. He is one from  to 

    So, whether you take in a show indoors or outdoors, one thing is certain- you will not lack for variety or choice. So make a date and take a friend.

    If your looking for a hotel in Chiswick, we are located near Hammersmith Apollo.  We are located close to all major transport links. Stamford Brook underground station and Ravenscourt underground station are both within a 5 minute walk.


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    The Best Things to Do in London

    When visiting London, you will never get bored because of the myriad of exciting things you can do. This European city has long been known for its historical attractions, natural sceneries, theatres, and also pubs and restaurants. In 2013, you’ll discover lots of new things to do, activities to try out, and extraordinary places to visit that you might not see in the guide books.

    In February 2013, Shard opened for business. Standing an incredible 310 meters from the ground, the hyper contemporary glass building allows amazing views of London never seen before. There is a viewing gallery between floors 68 and 72. Unlike other similar tall structures, visitors stand outside for a real memorable experience instead of being incarcerated at the back of thick glass. This attraction’s location is the London Bridge Station and an entry to its elevators is at the Tooley Street. It features very luxurious apartments and the new Shangri La Hotel.

    For the enthusiasts of Harry Potter, Warner Studios just opened an exhibition that is packed specifically with Harry Potter memorabilia. While here, you can walk through the real film sets of scenes from the films, such as the Great Hall. This makes a great experience while on your trip. You can reach the studios right from Watford Station, located on the periphery of London centre. Perhaps it is easier and cheaper to be part of the tour from the city centre, where you will pay the package price for a ticket to the Harry Potter sites and the return coach journey.

    London’s public transport is very affordable, especially if you obtain a weekly or daily Oyster card (previously travel card) that grants you unlimited journeys using London bus, tube, and rail network. The most exciting means of transport to use, especially if you’re young or in a group, is the Circle Line crawl on the tube trains. This is most suitable when the weather is bad and the indoors are so inviting. You can get to the Circle Line from each of the available 27 stations. The experience entails visiting all the 22 streets plus four stations.

    Conversely, in good weather like that of a summer day, visit one of the parks and relax. Make it a picnic.  At Hyde Park, you can take a boat ride on the Serpentine Lake located in the middle. Alternatively, rent a bike or jump on a horse to enjoy numerous bridle paths within Hyde Park. Otherwise, you can simply enjoy getting away from the active London streets, roller bladders, dog walkers, and kite flyers.

    Wimbledon is a fantastic place to visit too. It’s found in Zone 3 and you can easily access it through the tube. You can get to the tennis museum to check out some of the world’s most popular tennis courts. During a summer afternoon, you can visit Wimbledon Common where there is a broad variety of local shops that offer different kinds of quirky gifts in the town centre. In the evenings, go to Wimbledon Theatre and enjoy musicals and plays.

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    April 26, 2013

    April 2013 Exciting London Events

    With all the festivities and events waiting to unfold, 2013 is a great year to visit London. You can jumpstart your planned visit this April and get to enjoy the perfect blend of business and pleasure. First, you’ll want to stay in an affordable hotel that is in the vicinity of all the events and that provides world-class services. The perfect boutique hotel in London is Chiswick Rooms, which offers you 4-star services in an elegant and comfortable room. Your itinerary for April will be full before you call it a night.

    1. Virgin London Marathon
    If you are an athletics enthusiast you are just in time to witness the Virgin London Marathon, which is the world’s largest annual fund-raising event and among the top five international marathons. On Sunday, 21st April, you will get to see thousands of runners run through the streets of the capital in the spring sunshine to raise money for charity. The race will kick off at Greenwich Park and finish at The Mall.

    Look out for the big names that will be battling it out, including Uganda’s London Olympic 2012 Marathon winner Stephen Kiprotich, Kenya’s world champion and Olympic silver medallist Abel Kirui, Kenya’s Olympic bronze medallist Wilson Kipsang, and Great Britain’s Shelly Woods and David Weir.

    2. Queen’s Birthday Gun Salutes
    For you with a flair for the dramatic, here comes the fun part. There will be the Queen’s Birthday Gun Salutes held in several parks in London on Monday 22nd April. Her Majesty’s actual birthday is a private celebration on 21st April, but the gun salutes will mark the public celebration in central London.
    Should you be close to Hyde Park at midday, you’ll witness a 41 gun salute by the King’s Troupe Royal Horse Artillery. This is the one time you get to see horses at a legally full gallop in Hyde Park. It is quite a spectacular show, full of ceremony and pomp. The horses gallop while towing a ton and a half of cannon.
    In case you will be near the Tower of London at 1pm, you can watch a 62 gun salute. It will be a 21 gun salute at Windsor Great Park. The Queen’s official birthday is in June, and the celebrations are marked by trooping the colour.

    3. The Taming of the Shrew and Twelfth Night
    If you are of a literary lover or simply want your feet to cool while enjoying theatrical productions of Shakespeare’s works, you have already struck the jackpot. The all-male Shakespeare company Propeller will be airing both ‘Twelfth Night’ and ‘The Taming of the Shrew’ between 23rd and 27th April at the Rose Theatre. The Taming of the Shrew is one of the most popular comedies by Shakespeare, albeit being controversial because of its derogatory representation of women.

    Twelfth Night is another comedy you can be sure to enjoy as Propeller has infused the production with music from all ages, modern and classic film, and animation, making it a very engaging way of presenting Shakespeare. They aim at creating appeal to a wider audience.

    4. World Photography Awards Exhibition
    There is still room for one more exciting event before the month ends. From 26th April to 12th May, the Somerset House will be hosting the 2013 Sony World Photography Awards Exhibition. Take an afternoon off from your business commitments and go see the very best of the world’s contemporary professional and amateur photography. There will be displays of fine art, photo-journalism and commercial photography. The exhibition couldn’t have come at a better time as the World Photo London festival will also be on.

    Filed under: London Events
    April 22, 2013

    Brits 2013 at London’s 02 arena

    London is a bit chilly today.  It is only 3 Celsius or 37 Fahrenheit and it is very cloudy.  This such a shame as the last few days and especially last weekend it felt like Spring was in the air. Well not to worry, the good news is that March will be hear soon which means Spring will be here very soon. I already have bulbs popping up in the garden so it can’t be that far away.

    Here at Chiswick Rooms we are looking forward to the annual Brit Awards which is taking place tonight at London’s 02 arena.  James Corden is hosting the show again and we just can’t wait.  We are hoping that Olly Murs takes the Britsh Male Solo Artist, Rita Ora takes the Breakthrough award, Paloma Faith or Emeli Sande who is performing.  We are backing One Direction for the Best Group and Rianna for the best international female artist. We can’t decide on the best international group but I personally fancy The Killers taking it.

    As we have been thinking about the Brits all day we started to think about previous shows and what hit the head lines over the years. I remember in 1992 when KLF announced they were leaving the music business, this was a shock but made great TV.  Then a few years later the late Michael Jackson’s performance was interrupted by Javis Cocker with his bum-waggling.  Jacko carried on as a true pro.  I’ll never forget when Robbie Williams challenged Liam Gallagher to a fight when accepting the best single in 2000. It was a bit of a cop out as Liam wasn’t actually at the awards, but it was all good fun anyway.  Another favourite memory from the Brits is when Samantha Fox and Mick Fleetwood presented the show in 1989 I think.  It was just awful, lots of missed cues, no chemistry and just terrible. It was real car crash TV. Lets hope tonights show goes well.

    Those performing tonight include One Direction, Robbie Williams, Emeli Sande, Taylor Swift and Justin Timberlake.  If you are lucky enough to have tickets for tonight’s show you will surely be in for a treat.  Enjoy!  I wish I was going.  Instead I will be tucked up warm watching it on the TV in my onesie! shhh don’t tell anyone.

     

     

     

     

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    February 20, 2013

    London Theatre Guide for Feb 2013

    February is a great time to get out and about and visit the West End.  All year round you can see musicals in the West End, but with the cold and dark nights in February, a visit to a London theatre is a great evening out. Below are just a few plays you can watch.

    For a full calendar of shows visit http://www.londontheatre.co.uk/londontheatre/whatson/febwestendcalendar.htm

    The Phantom of the Opera
    Her Majesty’s Theatre – SW1Y 4QL
    Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Phantom of the Opera is now in its 26th record-breaking year.  This multi-award winning musical continues to captivate audiences even after more than 10,000 performances.

    Macbeth
    Trafalgar Studio One  – SW1A 2DY
    Award winning actor James McAvoy stars in Shakespeare’s darkest tale Macbeth running from 9 February until 27 April 201.  Macbeth is the first production in the reconfigured auditorium of Trafalgar Studios.

    Ballet Revolucion
    Peacock Theatre -WC2A 2HT
    A mixture of ballet, contemporary dance and hip hop creates this adrenaline charged dance sensation from a company of amazingly talented dancers and live musicians.

    Quartermaine’s Terms
    Wyndham’s Theatre – WC2H 0DA
    Rowan Atkinson plays St. John Quartermaine who is a hopeless English Language teacher in an English Language school for foreigners. Set in the 1960s this fab British drama sees Quartermaine’s position in the school threatened by a new school Principal and tells moving accounts of several years in the lives of seven teachers.

    Jersey Boys
    Prince Edward Theatre – W1D 4HS
    The smash hit musical Jersey Boys is a rags-to-riches tale of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons as they work their way from the streets of Newark to the heights of stardom.  Featuring music hits ‘Sherry,’ ‘Big Girls Don’t Cry,’ ‘Can’t Take My Eyes Off of You,’ ‘Oh, What a Night’ and many more.

    Billy Elliot The Musical
    Victoria Palace Theatre – SW1E 5EA
    The story of a motherless boy whose father wants him to take up boxing but this is of no interest to him. Instead, the boy discovers a love for ballet and becomes very good.

    Filed under: London Events
    January 30, 2013

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