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The Barry Wise Wise Tour of Soho, London | Tourist Information


Soho Square
London, United Kingdom W1D 3PT

07734800812

Ginglik Productions presents THE BARRY WISE WISE TOUR OF SOHO, a unique new comedy show that will leave you touched, moved and laughing like a fiend. A hysterical historical tour which merges immersive theatre, music and comedy improv on the streets of Soho. Soho resident Barry was born right in the centre of Soho and together with his long suffering apprentice Clive you will learn through laughter celebrating the rich history and present of Soho and walk in the footsteps of legends like Mozart, Hendrix, Dickens, and more. Expect facts delivered in innovative, engaging and entertaining ways, hilarious improvised banter with the public, musical theatre renditions, wild west fact offs, chases down streets and plenty of other surprises along the way. The tour culminates in one of Soho's most historic pubs where you can enjoy a drink or two and banter with Barry and Clive.

Arts and Entertainment Near The Barry Wise Wise Tour of Soho

Wetherspoons Victoria Station
Distance: 1.5 mi Tourist Information
Unit 5 (1st Floor above WHSmith) Victoria Station Concourse
London, SW1V 1JT

020 7931 0445

Heaton Park
Distance: 1.4 mi Tourist Information
Heaton Park, Prestwich
Manchester, M22

The Grosvenor Hotel, 101 Buckingham Palace Road, London
Distance: 1.4 mi Tourist Information
101 Buckingham Palace Road
London, SW1W 0

0800 330 8011

Wicked
Distance: 1.4 mi Tourist Information
17 Wilton Road
London, SW1V 1LG

020 7492 9930

Studio 180
Distance: 1.5 mi Tourist Information
180 Lambeth Road
London, SE1 7JY

Studio 180 is a converted Georgian terrace containing five unique artists studios. The basement of the house is a multi functional space which plays host to a number of creative events. These include live music, art exhibitions, dinner club and film nights. For more information on up and coming events and hiring the space, please contact Tom at [email protected]

Channel 4
Distance: 1.3 mi Tourist Information
124 Horseferry Road
London, SW1P 2TX

020 7396 4444

Pacha Disco, London
Distance: 1.4 mi Tourist Information
Vauxhall Bridge Road
London, SW1V 1

The Shakespeare
Distance: 1.4 mi Tourist Information
The Shakespeare, 99 Buckingham Palace Road
London, SW1W 0RP

02078284913

The Shakespeare pub is opposite Victoria train station. Our range of drinks includes cask ale and an extensive wine list as well as a great range of soft drinks and coffees. With fabulous British food to accompany our drinks, you can relax at this Taylor Walker pub over classics such as hand battered cod, chips and mushy or garden peas, traditional British recipe bangers & mash or a roast of the day seven days a week. Our pub food is freshly prepared and includes all your British favourites. We also offer a range of sandwiches and jacket potatoes. We are delighted to welcome you at Taylor Walker and assure you of friendly service in a relaxing British pub with a welcoming atmosphere.

Pacha London
Distance: 1.4 mi Tourist Information
Terminus place Victoria
London, SW1E 5NE

0207 485 4628

Konnect the capital''s latest unrivalled, multi-facetted clubbing experience in central London and is set to become the aspirational platform for London clubbers. Party until sun rise and enjoy the expertly tuned Martin Audio sound system throughout two unique rooms, in this tailor-made clubbing experience. Konnect is the place where disco, tech house and deep house from world-renowned and upcoming DJs flows long into the night.

The Qube Project
Distance: 1.4 mi Tourist Information
191 Victoria Street
London, SW1E 5NE

0203 752 0468

Victoria Palace Theatre
Distance: 1.3 mi Tourist Information
Victoria St.
London, SW1E 5EA

+44 207 7492 1618

In the year 1911, the opulent Victoria Palace Theatre was designed by Frank Matcham as a music hall for Alfred Butt. Earlier, it was Butt who purchased the Royal Standard Music Hall. He demolished the Royal Standard Music Hall but retained the gold mosaic and white Sicilian marble pillars. They also retained the exterior faade, canopy and cupola and had a huge occupancy of 1550.

23 Grosvenor Gardens
Distance: 1.4 mi Tourist Information
23 Grosvenor Gardens
London, SW1W 0BP

02079765591

The Albert Pub Victoria St Nw1
Distance: 1.2 mi Tourist Information
52 Victoria Street
London, SW1H 0NP

02072225577

Abbey
Distance: 1.2 mi Tourist Information
3, Abbey Orchard St
London, SW1P 2

0207 222 5084

Make Space Studios
Distance: 1.4 mi Tourist Information
Newnham Terrace
London,

020 7928 5677

Royal Mews
Distance: 1.2 mi Tourist Information
Buckingham Palace Road
London, SW1W 0SR

020 7766 7302

A Royal Mews is a mews (i.e. combined stables, carriage house and in recent times also the garage) of the British Royal Family. In London the Royal Mews has occupied two main sites, formerly at Charing Cross, and since the 1820s at Buckingham Palace. Many open days are held each year.Charing CrossThe first set of stables to be referred to as a mews was at Charing Cross at the western end of The Strand. The royal hawks were kept at this site from 1377 and the name derives from the fact that they were confined there at moulting (or "mew") time.The building was destroyed by fire in 1534 and rebuilt as a stables, keeping its former name when it acquired this new function. On old maps, such as the "Woodcut" map of London of the early 1560s, the Mews can be seen extending back towards the site of today's Leicester Square.This building was usually known as the King's Mews, but was also sometimes referred to as the Royal Mews, the Royal Stables, or as the Queen's Mews when there was a woman on the throne. It was rebuilt again in 1732 to the designs of William Kent, and in the early 19th century it was open to the public. It was an impressive classical building, and there was an open space in front of it which ranked among the larger ones in central London at a time when the Royal Parks were on the fringes of the city and the gardens of London's squares were open only to the residents of the surrounding houses.

Carrara At St James Theatre
Distance: 1.2 mi Tourist Information
12 Palace Street
London, SW1E 5JA

020 7592 0348

Delfina Foundation
Distance: 1.2 mi Tourist Information
29 Catherine Place
London, SW1E 6DY

0207 233 5344

Delfina Foundation is an independent, non-profit foundation dedicated to facilitating artistic exchange and developing creative practice through residencies, partnerships and public programming.

Italian Cultural Institute London
Distance: 1.3 mi Tourist Information
39 Belgrave Square
London, SW1X 8NX

020 7235 1461

102 Petty France
Distance: 1.1 mi Tourist Information
102 Petty France
London, SW1H 0BB

0203 334 3555

102 Petty France is an office block on Petty France in Westminster, London, overlooking St. James's Park, which was designed by Fitzroy Robinson & Partners, with Sir Basil Spence and completed in 1976. It was well known as the main location for the UK Home Office between 1978 and 2004 when it was known as 50 Queen Anne's Gate and now houses the Ministry of Justice and Her Majesty's Courts and Tribunals Service. The building is 56m high, with 14 floors providing 51000m2 of office space.HistoryThe site was previously occupied by the 14-storey mansion block Queen Anne's Mansions which were despised by some architectural commentators - Lord Reigate speaking in the House of Lords in 1972 against the plans for the new building used Pevsner's description "that irredeemable horror" However, the new building's architecture was not favourably received, either, due to its scale and massing with protruding elements at the upper and lower floors, often being described as a Brutalist design: it was sometimes known to those who worked there as "the Lubyanka". Fodor's guide to London described it as "hulking", and Lord St John of Fawsley remarked that "Basil Spence's barracks in Hyde Park ruined that park; in fact, he has the distinction of having ruined two parks, because of his Home Office building, which towers above St James's Park." The building was originally built as a speculative office development but the Home Office moved to it due to lack of space in its previous headquarters in Whitehall.

Central Hall Westminster Storey's Gate London, Westminster, London
Distance: 1.1 mi Tourist Information
1 Storey's Gate, Westminster. SW1H 9NH London
London, SW1H 9NH

Maya London Escorts
Distance: 1.3 mi Tourist Information
Elgin Avenue, Paddington
City of Westminster, W9 2HD

07423609027

People can find great dates when they visit the Maya London Escorts website. This is an agency focused on providing men with a host of classy women from all walks of life. These women are talented and beautiful. Visitors can look for women nearby or by specific traits.

Protocol Security International
Distance: 1.3 mi Tourist Information
Unit 22, Northumberland Park
London, N17 0YL

+447739576057,+44 7869607840

London Irish Art
Distance: 1.0 mi Tourist Information
Central Hall Westminster, Storey's Gate, Westminster, London, SW1H 9NH
London, SW1H 9

00353 1 675 0972

London Irish Art endeavours to explore the personal understanding and the experience of the Irish diaspora living in the U.K., specifically in relation to culture, identity and creativity. A dynamic programme of art, poetry and music, will inform this exciting investigation. A vast array of media will be explored, ranging from the more traditional forms of painting, photography, mixed media and sculpture to the more contemporary means of expression such as video work, installation and stop-motion animation. As London holds the largest Irish diaspora in the world, this exhibition endeavours to represent an on-going dialogue between these two countries. Striving to build ties and cultural relations with the Irish art scene in the U.K., this event is organised to provide artists with cross border exposure.

Westminster Arms Public House
Distance: 1.0 mi Tourist Information
9 Storeys Gate
London, SW1H 9

20-72228520

Piccadilly Circus London
Distance: 1.2 mi Tourist Information
1 Regent Street
London, W1D 7ET

St Stephen's Club
Distance: 1.0 mi Tourist Information
34 Queen Annes Gate
London, SW1H 9AB

020 7222 1382

St Stephen's Club was a private member's club in Westminster, London, founded in 1870.St Stephen's was originally on the corner of Bridge Street and the Embankment, in London SW1, now the location of Portcullis House. From 1962 it occupied a building at 34 Queen Anne's Gate, overlooking Birdcage Walk and St. James's Park.According to Charles Dickens, Jr., writing in 1879:HistoryTaking its name from St Stephen’s Chapel, the original meeting place of the Commons, the club was initially connected with Conservative Party Members of Parliament and civil engineers. Benjamin Disraeli, twice Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, was among the founding fathers.The original premises were sold to the government in the early 1960s and the club moved to 34 Queen Anne's Gate, the former private house of Lord Glenconner, in 1962.The club was reopened at Queen Anne’s Gate by Harold Macmillan, then prime minister. Traditionally the Chairman of the Conservative Party was the club's president.The club closed as a proprietary membership club and was acquired in January 2003 by James Wilson and Myra Jauncey. It became officially apolitical and operated as a private members' luncheon club and venue for evening functions.

Landmark and Historical Place Near The Barry Wise Wise Tour of Soho

Taipei Representative Office in the U.K.
Distance: 1.4 mi Tourist Information
50 Grosvenor Gardens
London, United Kingdom SW1W 0

+44 (0) 2078812650

The Taipei Representative Office in the U.K. is the diplomatic mission of the Republic of China (ROC) in the United Kingdom (UK). It is not a fully-fledged embassy owing to the ongoing Taiwan dispute and One-China policy. However, it is the highest-level representation of the ROC government in the United Kingdom. It manages cultural, economic and political cooperation between the UK and the ROC, as well as offering consular services. Its counterpart body in Taiwan is the British Office Taipei.HistoryThe Republic of China's former diplomatic mission to the UK was the Chinese Embassy, inherited from the former Qing Empire. After the Chinese revolution of 1949, for a short time the UK continued to recognise the government of Republic of China as the sole legitimate government of China, before switching recognition to the People's Republic of China (PRC) in 1950. The ROC office in London was first established in September 1963 as the Free Chinese Centre (自由中國中心). In 1992, it adopted its present name.Organizational structure Economic Division Education Division Press Division Science and Technology Division Overseas Compatriots Division Financial Division Consular Division

Church House, Westminster
Distance: 1.2 mi Tourist Information
Dean's Yard, London SW1P 3NZ
London, United Kingdom SW1P 3QE

020 7898 1316

The Church House is the home of the headquarters of the Church of England, occupying the south end of Dean's Yard next to Westminster Abbey in London. Besides providing administrative offices for the Church Commissioners, the Archbishops' Council and the Church of England Pensions Board, and a chamber for the General Synod, the building also provided a meeting place for the Parliament of the United Kingdom during World War II, and for some of the organs of the newly formed United Nations afterward. It has more recently been the venue for several notable public enquiries.OriginsThe idea of a central meeting and administrative building for the Church of England had been raised twice in the mid 19th century and was finally acted upon in 1886 when the Bishop of Carlisle, Harvey Goodwin, suggested in a letter to The Times that the church should construct a "Church House" as a memorial of the Golden Jubilee of Queen Victoria. Accordingly, a charity called the Corporation of the Church House was founded by Royal Charter on 23 February 1888, with the aim of raising the necessary funds and executing the project.

Scotland Yard
Distance: 1.1 mi Tourist Information
8-10 Broadway, Westminster
London, United Kingdom SW1H 0AZ

02072301212

New Scotland Yard , häufig kurz Scotland Yard oder auch nur The Yard genannt, ist ein Gebäude im Londoner Stadtteil City of Westminster. Zudem ist Scotland Yard eine übliche Bezeichnung für die in diesem Gebäude residierende Polizeibehörde Metropolitan Police Service .Diese ist zuständig für Greater London mit Ausnahme der City of London, die als selbstständige Stadt mit der City of London Police über eine eigene Polizeibehörde verfügt. Neben den allgemeinen Polizeiaufgaben führt der MPS auch eine Datenbank über alle Straftäter im Vereinigten Königreich, unterstützt auf Anforderung die regionalen Polizeikräfte bei den Ermittlungen und gibt Hilfestellung bei der Aus- und Weiterbildung aller Polizeikräfte des Commonwealth. Umgangssprachlich ist im deutschsprachigen Raum mit „Scotland Yard“ meist die Londoner Kriminalpolizei gemeint.Das als New Scotland Yard bezeichnete Hauptquartier liegt derzeit in Nr. 8-10 Broadway, einer Seitenstraße der Victoria Street, unweit der Tube-Station St. James’s Park. Ausschilderungen in Richtung Broadway führen in der der U-Bahn-Station direkt zum Eingang des Gebäudes und dem rotierenden New Scotland Yard-Zeichen.

Jewel Tower
Distance: 1.2 mi Tourist Information
Abingdon Street
City of Westminster, United Kingdom SW1P 3JY

+44 (0) 20 7222 2219

The tower was originally built in 1365 to store the personal treasures of King Edward III. It was used by his successors up until the reign of Edward VI, before it was given to Parliament in the 1500s to house the records for the House of Lords. The tower was later handed over to the Government, when the Department for Weights and Measures used it as their base. The imperial measurements were all standardised here, including the infamous Great British Pint, that all pints still conform to today. Come visit us today, to see a remarkable medieval survival in the heart of Westminster.

Embassy of Macedonia, London
Distance: 1.1 mi Tourist Information
78-82 Buckingham Gate, London
London, United Kingdom SW1E 6PE

+44 (0) 20 7976 0535

The Embassy of Macedonia in London is the diplomatic mission of the Republic of Macedonia in the United Kingdom.

Embassy of Turkey, London
Distance: 1.3 mi Tourist Information
43 Belgrave Square
London, United Kingdom SW1X 8

The Embassy of Turkey in London is the diplomatic mission of Turkey in the United Kingdom. There was formerly an embassy of the Ottoman Empire in London dating from 1793; this was suspended in 1914 following the outbreak of the First World War and replaced by the embassy of the new Republic of Turkey in 1924. From 1901-1954 the embassy was located at 69 Portland Place before moving to its current location; however this building was kept and is currently used as the Ambassador's Residence.The embassy is housed in one of a group of Grade I listed buildings at 38—48 Belgrave Square.Turkey also maintains a Consulate at Rutland Lodge, Rutland Gardens, Knightsbridge.

High Commission of Malaysia, London
Distance: 1.3 mi Tourist Information
45, BELGRAVE SQUARE,
London, United Kingdom SW1X 8QT

+44 20 7235 8033

The High Commission of Malaysia in London is the diplomatic mission of Malaysia in the United Kingdom. Prior to independence the then-Malaya had a Commission in London; this was upgraded to a full High Commission upon independence in 1957. It was initially located on Trafalgar Square before relocating to Great Portland Street; it then moved to its current location in the mid 1960s.

Supreme Court of the United Kingdom
Distance: 1.0 mi Tourist Information
Parliament Square
London, United Kingdom SW1P 3

020 7960 1500

The Supreme Court of the United Kingdom is the supreme court in all matters under English and Welsh law, Northern Ireland law and Scottish civil law. It is the court of last resort and the highest appellate court in the United Kingdom, although the High Court of Justiciary remains the court of last resort for criminal law in Scotland. The Supreme Court also has jurisdiction to resolve disputes relating to devolution in the United Kingdom and concerning the legal powers of the three devolved governments (in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland) or laws made by the devolved legislatures.The Supreme Court was established by Part 3 of the Constitutional Reform Act 2005 and started work on 1 October 2009. It assumed the judicial functions of the House of Lords, which had been exercised by the Lords of Appeal in Ordinary (commonly called "Law Lords"), the 12 judges appointed as members of the House of Lords to carry out its judicial business. Its jurisdiction over devolution matters had previously been exercised by the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council.

St Stephen's Club
Distance: 1.0 mi Tourist Information
34 Queen Annes Gate
London, United Kingdom SW1H 9AB

020 7222 1382

St Stephen's Club was a private member's club in Westminster, London, founded in 1870.St Stephen's was originally on the corner of Bridge Street and the Embankment, in London SW1, now the location of Portcullis House. From 1962 it occupied a building at 34 Queen Anne's Gate, overlooking Birdcage Walk and St. James's Park.According to Charles Dickens, Jr., writing in 1879:HistoryTaking its name from St Stephen’s Chapel, the original meeting place of the Commons, the club was initially connected with Conservative Party Members of Parliament and civil engineers. Benjamin Disraeli, twice Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, was among the founding fathers.The original premises were sold to the government in the early 1960s and the club moved to 34 Queen Anne's Gate, the former private house of Lord Glenconner, in 1962.The club was reopened at Queen Anne’s Gate by Harold Macmillan, then prime minister. Traditionally the Chairman of the Conservative Party was the club's president.The club closed as a proprietary membership club and was acquired in January 2003 by James Wilson and Myra Jauncey. It became officially apolitical and operated as a private members' luncheon club and venue for evening functions.

Sea Life London Aquarium
Distance: 1.1 mi Tourist Information
County Hall, Westminster Bridge Road
London, United Kingdom

Sea Life London Aquarium – placówka turystyczno-edukacyjna, londyńska kolekcja gatunków flory i fauny morskiej i słodkowodnej prezentowana w zabytkowym budynku London County Hall, w bezpośrednim sąsiedztwie London Eye – jedna z największych, obok London Eye, Madame Tussauds i London Dungeon, atrakcji turystycznych Londynu.Akwarium zarządzane przez County Hall Entertainment zostało otwarte w marcu 1997 roku pod nazwą London Aquarium. W maju 2008 roku zostało wykupione przez Merlin Entertainments, a rok później włączone do programu ochrony zasobów morskich działającego w sieci Sea Life i przemianowane na Sea Life London Aquarium. Pod koniec 2010 roku kolekcja zebrana w londyńskim akwarium liczyła ponad 500 gatunków zwierząt zgrupowanych w 14 strefach tematycznych prezentowanych w zbiornikach o łącznej pojemności ponad 2 mln litrów. Jest jedną z największych w Europie kolekcji gatunków organizmów morskich i słodkowodnych, od małych bezkręgowców, przez błazenki, cyruliki, mureny i piranie, po żółwie morskie, rekiny i płaszczki. Oprócz komercyjnej działalności placówka zajmuje się też ochroną gatunków zagrożonych. Wśród podopiecznych londyńskiego akwarium znajduje się para krytycznie zagrożonych wyginięciem krokodyli kubańskich (Crocodylus rhombifer).

The London Dungeon
Distance: 1.0 mi Tourist Information
The London Dungeon, County Hall, Westminster Bridge Road
London, United Kingdom SE1 7PB

Situated in County Hall next to the Coca-Cola London Eye, the London Dungeon is a 110 minute journey through London's darkest history. The London Dungeon brings 1000 years of authentic London history to life with a unique mix of talented live actors, stunning special effects, edge of your seat surprises and two exciting thrill rides. Guests embark on a journey through a dramatic London landscape going back ten centuries. They are guided through ghastly plague-ridden streets, witness Guy Fawkes’ dramatic plot to blow up Parliament, travel back to Jack the Ripper’s bleak Whitechapel and walk beneath London’s foreboding medieval gates. Expect to meet Sweeney Todd, the infamous Barber, and his evil sidekick, Mrs Lovett alongside Jack the Ripper with one of his unfortunate victims Mary Jane Kelly. They will be joined by murderous monarch Henry VIII ‘virtually’ played by boisterous British acting giant, Brian Blessed, gunpowder plotter Guy Fawkes and a supporting cast of torturers, plague victims and dark jesters. Guests can also expect close encounters with non-human ‘talent’ including giant cockroaches and the Dungeon’s resident family of scurrying rats! As well as 19 shows, and innumerable unexpected surprises, the attraction will boast two state-of-the art thrill rides with high-tech surprises guaranteed to get adrenaline pumping. A fast flowing boat ride sees guests condemned by Henry VIII – played virtually by boisterous British acting legend Brian Blessed - to a turbulent journey along the dank River Thames towards execution. Whilst on a deadly dark drop ride they will literally be sentenced to ‘take the drop’ as they plunge three stories in the pitch dark. A chilling, screams-guaranteed, Whitechapel labyrinth will baffle guests as they try to escape ‘Jack’ and find their way out of the East End and a strange but fun journey through Balzelgette’s Victorian Sewer system will leave guests in a disorientated spin. At the end of your tour, join us in the Dungeon Tavern, a Victorian pub experience. Your first drink is on us!

The Cenotaph, Whitehall
Distance: 0.9 mi Tourist Information
Whitehall
London, United Kingdom SW1A 2BX

The Cenotaph is a war memorial on Whitehall in London, England. Its origin is in a temporary structure erected for a peace parade following the end of the First World War and after an outpouring of national sentiment it was replaced in 1920 by a permanent structure and designated the United Kingdom's primary national war memorial.Designed by Edwin Lutyens, the permanent structure was built from Portland stone between 1919 and 1920 by Holland, Hannen & Cubitts, replacing Lutyens' earlier wood-and-plaster cenotaph in the same location. An annual Service of Remembrance is held at the site on Remembrance Sunday, the closest Sunday to 11 November (Armistice Day) each year. Lutyens' cenotaph design has been reproduced elsewhere in the UK and in other countries including Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Bermuda and Hong Kong.OriginsThe first cenotaph was a wood-and-plaster structure designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens and erected in 1919. It was one of a number of temporary structures erected for the London Victory Parade (also called the Peace Day Parade) on 19 July 1919. It marked the formal end of the First World War that had taken place with the signing of the Treaty of Versailles on 28 June 1919. As one of a series of temporary wooden monuments constructed along the route of the parade, Whitehall's was not proposed until two weeks before the event. Following deliberations by the Peace Celebrations Committee, Lutyens was invited to Downing Street. There, the British Prime Minister, David Lloyd George, proposed that the monument should be a catafalque, like the one intended for the Arc de Triomphe in Paris for the corresponding Victory Parade in France, but Lutyens proposed instead that the design be based on a cenotaph.

Marlborough House
Distance: 0.7 mi Tourist Information
Pall Mall
London, United Kingdom SW1Y 5

+44 (0) 20 7747 6491

Marlborough House is a Grade I listed mansion in the City of Westminster, in The Mall, London, east of St James's Palace. It was built for Sarah Churchill, Duchess of Marlborough, the favourite and confidante of Queen Anne. For over a century it served as the London residence of the Dukes of Marlborough. It is now the headquarters of the Commonwealth Secretariat.ConstructionThe Duchess wanted her new house to be "strong, plain and convenient and good". The architect Christopher Wren and his son of the same name designed a brick building with rusticated stone quoins (cornerstones) that was completed in 1711.The house was taken up by the Crown in 1817. In the 1820s plans were drawn up to demolish Marlborough House and replace it with a terrace of similar dimensions to the two in neighbouring Carlton House Terrace, and this idea even featured on some contemporary maps, including Christopher and John Greenwood's large-scale London map of 1830, but the proposal was not implemented.

Royal Festival Hall
Distance: 1.0 mi Tourist Information
Royal Festival Hall, Southbank Centre
London, United Kingdom SE1 8XX

020 7960 4200

Royal Festival Hall stands at the heart of Southbank Centre complex. Opened in 1951 as part of the Festival of Britain, the Hall is one of the world’s leading performance venues. As well as the auditorium, the building contains The Clore Ballroom, Southbank Centre Shop, several places to eat and drink, and the Saison Poetry Library.

Gurpreet stitching
Distance: 0.6 mi Tourist Information
Danson road
London, United Kingdom

07539374394

Sydenham and Forest Hill Community Yoga
Distance: 0.6 mi Tourist Information
Forest Hill Pools
London, United Kingdom SE23

St Martin-in-the-Fields
Distance: 0.5 mi Tourist Information
Trafalgar Square
London, United Kingdom WC2N 4JH

020 7766 1100

Vaudeville Theatre
Distance: 0.6 mi Tourist Information
404 Strand
London, United Kingdom WC2R 0

020 7836 3191

The Vaudeville Theatre is a West End theatre on the Strand in the City of Westminster. As the name suggests, the theatre held mostly vaudeville shows and musical revues in its early days. It opened in 1870 and was rebuilt twice, although each new building retained elements of the previous structure. The current building opened in 1926, and the capacity is now 690 seats. Rare thunder drum and lightning sheets, together with other early stage mechanisms survive in the theatre.HistoryOriginsThe theatre was designed by prolific architect C. J. Phipps, decorated in a Romanesque style by George Gordon, and opened on 16 April 1870 with Andrew Halliday's comedy, For Love Or Money and a burlesque, Don Carlos or the Infante in Arms. A notable innovation was the concealed footlights, which would shut off if the glass in front of them was broken. The owner, William Wybrow Robertson, had run a failing billiard hall on the site but saw more opportunity in theatre. He leased the new theatre to three actors, Thomas Thorne, David James, and H.J. Montague. The original theatre stood behind two houses on the Strand, and the entrance was through a labyrinth of small corridors. It had a seating capacity of 1,046, rising in a horseshoe, over a pit and three galleries. The cramped site meant that facilities front and backstage were limited.

Embassy of Indonesia, London
Distance: 0.9 mi Tourist Information
38 Grosvenor Square
London, United Kingdom W1K 2HW

The Embassy of Indonesia in London is the diplomatic mission of Indonesia in the United Kingdom. It is located on Grosvenor Square in Mayfair, close to the American embassy. Indonesia also maintain a Consular Department & Visa Section at 38A Adam’s Row, Mayfair.HistoryThe first diplomatic representative of Indonesia in the United Kingdom was Dr. Subandrio who served in 1949 until 1954. There have been 18 Ambassadors in the past years, including two air marshals, a lieutenant and Raden Mohammad Marty Muliana Natalegawa who is currently serving as the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Indonesia.DepartmentsThere are currently 10 Departments in the embassy including 2 Defence Attachés, 1 Transportation Attaché, 1 Trade Attaché and 1 Educational Attaché.

Unof
Distance: 0.6 mi Tourist Information
372 Strand
London, United Kingdom WC2R 0JJ

020 7379 4737