154 King Street London, United Kingdom W6 0QU 020 8748 3668
A recently refurbished traditional British pub with plenty of charm & character, The Salutation is located right in the heart of Hammersmith. The pub brags a welcoming atmosphere, delicious food and a well-kept range of ales, wines & an impressive selection of spirits. The Salutation is renowned for its talented team and the beautiful secret garden.
Whether you fancy a relaxing glass of Rioja after work, a pint with friends during the big match or a home-cooked meal by the roaring wood fire The Salutation offers a comfortable environment. An exceptional old pub in Hammersmith, London, The Salutation puts real emphasis on quality and elegance.
Those wishing to escape the office or just the hustle & bustle of King Street can seek solace at The Salutation and discover the beer garden while enjoying a long, lingering pint of real ale, come rain or shine. Bliss.
A warm friendly atmosphere pervades this pub, making it the perfect spot to enjoy a get-together with family & friends (even the four-legged variety).
A Coaching Inn on the site has been dated back to 1750. The current Salutation building, built in 1910, is Grade II listed and boasts many original features including the ‘exuberant pale blue and mauve faience tile dressings’, the ornate wooden bar & the two working fire-places.
The Barnes Musical Theatre Club offers afterschool classes for children age 4-12.
Classes are split into two age groups age 4-7 and 8-12 and each term drama techniques, voice & singing training, dance movements and lots of drama games are explored through a well known musical.
Classes encourage confidence, co-ordination and friendships and are a great way for the children to express themselves creatively and release all that energy!
Classes are taken by Stevie Tate Bauer a West End professional who has performed the principal role in Wicked, Lord of the Rings and has also appeared in Grease, Footloose and Oliver.
Stevie has years of experience of working with children, not only through teaching dance, drama and music but also as a teaching assistant in local primary schools. She also has helped many children fulfil their dream of going to Drama School.
Classes are independent, unique and tailored to each age group.
A free taster class is available at any point during the term!
The Barnes Musical Theatre Club has been set up by a local Barnes resident and offers the children the opportunity to perform in local events and activities.
Classes are held on Monday afternoons at St Osmunds Church Hall, Castelnau for the Junior Club and Kitson Hall, Kitson Road, for the Senior Club.
More information can be found at www.barnesmusicaltheatreclub.com or contact 07547 483 699 / [email protected]
The Calligraphy and Lettering Arts SocietyDistance: 0.7 miTourist Information 54 Boileau Road London, SW13 9BL
CLAS is based in the United Kingdom and has an extensive membership in Europe as well as many other countries. Whether you are just starting out in the wonderful craft of calligraphy, have more experience, or are at the top of the profession, there is something in CLAS for you.
Intune & Becool is a grass roots collective of coolest international DJs & producers who love peace and music with pure and positive attitude.
We are slightly different from others, by apart from promising to bring you a quality music and good parties, we have committed and positioned ourselves into Goodness, Love and Happiness Oriented Organisation.
We have diverted all negative energy just only for creativity and spread out purely positive energy back to the world.
Our spirit is our investment and the return is everyone’s happiness.
Our clear vision/mission/direction is to change the world to Heaven through Electronic Dance Music and we want everyone to be part of it.
At the end, we strongly believe that everyone will join this phenomenal ideology and now it is just a matter of time.
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Daybreak Pictures was formed in 2007 by Executive Producers David Aukin and Hal Vogel and has forged a reputation for creating high profile and critically acclaimed drama. Before founding Daybreak, David and Hal ran the drama department of Mentorn Television where they also produced the BAFTA-winning The Government Inspector, A Very Social Secretary and The Hamburg Cell.
The company remains part of the Mentorn Group with Mentorn CEO John Willis on the board of directors and Tinopolis MD Arwel Rees as Chairman.
Li-chi juices give you vital nutrients in an easily digestible and delicious manner. They allow your digestive system to rest and give your body time to renew, rebuild, and heal. Not only will they help your body flush away toxins to keep you energized and feeling better, but the cleansing process will also have a positive effect on your mind. You will gain strength and power from the challenge of discipline and in breaking away from old habits. Cleansing can give you a sense of achievement and the opportunity to free yourself from addictions and cravings. In other words you can feel light, energetic, clear-minded, and rejuvenated!
Our juice is always raw and always fresh, from our chi to yours. Visit us at www.li-chiorganicjuicery.co.uk to find out more about our vision.
From the moment you enter the Castelnau Dentists reception area to receiving treatment by our highly trained dental team, you will be made to feel at ease in our relaxed and friendly environment.
Dedicated to excellence and offering the highest standard of dental care, we look to ensure your visit is as stress free as possible. You'll feel safe in the knowledge that your dental treatment and smile care is in safe hands.
St Paul's School is a boys' independent school, founded in 1509 by John Colet and located on a 43-acre (180,000m2) site by the River Thames, in Barnes, London. It is one of the original nine British public schools, the so-called 'Clarendon Schools' investigated by the Clarendon Commission set up in 1861 however it was argued successfully that the school should be omitted from the Public Schools Act 1868. Since 1881, St Paul's has had its own preparatory school, St Paul's Juniors (formerly Colet Court), which since 1968 has been located on the same site. According to its position in the national tables of GCSE and A level performance, and with one of the highest Oxford and Cambridge acceptance rates of any secondary school or college, St Paul's is considered one of the leading schools in the country. The school is currently being rebuilt and expanded. The work is scheduled to be completed in phases over the next thirty years.HistorySt Paul's School originally takes its name from St Paul's Cathedral in London. A cathedral school had existed since around 1103. By the 16th century however, it had declined, and in 1509, a new school was founded by John Colet, Dean of St Paul's Cathedral, on a plot of land to the north of the Cathedral.The eldest son of Sir Henry Colet, a member of the Mercers' Company and twice Lord Mayor of the City of London, he inherited a substantial fortune and used a great part of it for the endowment of his school, having no family of his own; his 21 siblings all died in childhood and he was a celibate priest. He described himself in the statutes of the school as "desyring nothing more thanne Educacion and bringing upp chyldren in good Maners and litterature."