72-76 Eversholt Street London, United Kingdom NW11BY +44 203 689 3188
HintHunt is the world’s leading innovative producer of interactive Escape Games and Mission Games. A HintHunt adventure is activating all 5 senses, creating a natural high and turning an hour into a moment of absolute involuntary “wow” reactions, while bringing back childhood joys through merging technology and human interactions. So what’s it really? Words won’t do justice, you have to experience it!
The Cuckoo Club has been at the forefront of London's West End nightlife scene since it opened in 2005.
The club's ability to evolve, adapt and re-invent itself has been instrumental in its success and sustained position as one of London's most in demand destination venues. Since a redesign in late 2011, The Cuckoo Club has focused on dividing its two floors into mutually exclusive areas - each with an Unique personality, music policy & identity.
The ground floor focuses on comfort clubbing with a varied music policy and a devoted following whilst downstairs bridges the market between London's East & West, with a forward thinking music policy that focuses on deep House, introducing some of the most successful underground DJ's into the West End clubbing space. Featuring a state of the art sound system from Funktion 1 on both floors, and full staging capacity for live performance on the ground floor, The Cuckoo Club is an optimum musical performance space.
This discreet Mayfair house imagines the Victorian abode of Phileas J. Fogg Esq, housing all the peculiar and wonderful artifacts of the period that he has collected from his round the world trip. Mr Fogg's faithful right-hand-man, Jean Passepartout, shall be on hand to keep all house guests entertained and to proffer his favourite and most delectable cocktails from Suez to Yokohama.
Piccadilly Circus is a road junction and public space of London's West End in the City of Westminster, built in 1819 to connect Regent Street with Piccadilly. In this context, a circus, from the Latin word meaning "circle", is a round open space at a street junction.Piccadilly now links directly to the theatres on Shaftesbury Avenue, as well as the Haymarket, Coventry Street (onwards to Leicester Square), and Glasshouse Street. The Circus is close to major shopping and entertainment areas in the West End. Its status as a major traffic junction has made Piccadilly Circus a busy meeting place and a tourist attraction in its own right. The Circus is particularly known for its video display and neon signs mounted on the corner building on the northern side, as well as the Shaftesbury memorial fountain and statue which is popularly, though mistakenly, believed to be of Eros. It is surrounded by several notable buildings, including the London Pavilion and Criterion Theatre. Directly underneath the plaza is Piccadilly Circus tube station, part of the London Underground system.
All Bar One Leicester SquareDistance: 1.4 miTourist Information 48 Leicester Square London, WC2H 7LU
Aquatic Bodywork is a form of bodywork and movement therapy performed in warm body-neutral water. While floating in this relatively gravity free environment, you are moved in unique ways following your body’s natural movement patterns. Motion and stillness may be combined with elements of Shiatsu, joint mobilisation, deep tissue techniques, yoga-like stretching and dance, encouraging the release of muscular and joint restrictions, thus allowing your body to experience greater fluidity and authenticity of movement.
As well as being used for a variety of clinical needs including rehabilitation and chronic pain, aquatic bodywork is characterised by its deep relaxation and sensory immersion.
Developed by Aquatic Bodywork teacher and Craniosacral Therapist Steve Karle, the integrated concept we offer is based on a wide range of approaches and each session or program is completely personalised.
We are affiliated to the British School of Aquatic Bodywork and also offer certified workshops and practitioner training programs.
Capital XTRA is an urban music radio station owned by Global Radio. It is anchored by an FM operation in London, and is also broadcast via DAB Digital Radio, Freesat, Sky, Virgin Media and online.HistoryChoice 96.9 began as an independent company in March 1990, broadcasting from studios in Trinity Gardens, Brixton. It was Britain’s first 24-hour black music radio station with a licence, covering South London. The group won a second licence (see Buzz FM) in 1995, bringing a local version of their London offering to Birmingham, on 102.2 FM - in place of Buzz FM.The advent of digital radio in the UK saw Choice, which already had an active webstream, joining the new MXR consortium and launching a DAB service which anchored London output with news inserts produced by the consortium's news service DNN.The Birmingham licence was sold to Chrysalis Radio in 1999 and became Galaxy Birmingham, but Choice expanded within the capital in May 2000 when a largely independent North London licence was awarded for Choice 107.1, with the intention of reaching a larger Afro-Caribbean audience outside the limited range of the coverage from Brixton. The station was now broadcasting from Borough High Street, Borough, London.
Free Entry to 5 Bars & Clubs, Free Shots, Drink Discounts, & Sexy Photos!
Rated London's Number 1 Bar/Pub/Club Crawl (on Tripadvisor), London Gone Wild runs unforgettable nights out in London's coolest areas for tourists and locals alike. Led by a team of professional, sexy and slightly controversial hosts, the party includes Free Entry to 5 of the best bars, clubs and live music venues as well as Free Shots and Drink Specials all night. Valued at over £50, you can grab tickets on our website starting from as little as £12.
∆ West End
You want to take a big bite out of the busiest and buzziest nightlife that Europe has to offer? We adventure through the famous West End going to London's top venues in Piccadilly Circus, Leicester Square and Soho!
~ EVERY NIGHT - Meet between 8pm & 9pm at Piccadilly Institute or between 9pm & 10pm at Bar Soho.
Shoreditch, once a slum dominated by gangs and prostitutes - now a mashup of the trendy and the gritty, the hipster and the banker, the art gallery and the graffiti, the awesome and…the awesome!
~ Every Thursday, Friday, Saturday - Meet between 8pm & 9pm at The Shoreditch or between 9pm & 10pm at Cargo.
Running late? Give us a call on +44 (0) 207 096 0371 to find out where we are!
Boom-Tish! - Took over residency at The Music Palace in the heart of London's Crouch End in May 2011, proving to the world that it really isn't that grim up North
Since then, Boom-Tish! has been presenting it's comedic cornucopia across the country [and oversees!] From stand-up to singing and music to magic, what's not to love?
For more info go to - www.boomtish.co.uk
Follow us on twitter - @BoomTish
The Cork Street Open exhibition held in Mayfair, in the centre of London's prestigious art district, has launched many emerging artists. The final Cork Street Open Exhibition will take place in August 2013. The purpose of the exhibition is to provide an opportunity for both emerging and establish artists from around the world to gain exposure and sell their work while benefiting a selected charity.
Landmark and Historical Place Near HintHunt London
The UCL Institute of Education is the education school of University College London . It specialises in postgraduate study and research in the field of education and is one of UCL's 11 constituent faculties. Prior to merging with UCL in 2014, it was a constituent college of the University of London. The IoE is ranked first in the world for education in the QS World University Rankings, and has been so every year since 2014.The IoE is the largest education research body in the United Kingdom, with over 700 research students in the doctoral school. It also has the largest portfolio of postgraduate programmes in education in the UK, with approximately 4,000 students taking Master's programmes, and a further 1,200 students on PGCE teacher-training courses. At any one time the IOE hosts over 100 research projects funded by Research Councils, government departments and other agencies.HistoryIn 1900, a report on the training of teachers, produced by the Higher Education Sub-Committee of the Technical Education Board of the London County Council, called for further provision for the training of teachers in London in universities. The TEB submitted a scheme to the Senate of the University of London for a new day training college which would train teachers of both sexes when most existing courses were taught in single sex colleges or departments. The principal of the proposed college was also to act as the Professor of the Theory, History and Practice of Education at the University. The new college was opened on 6 October 1902 as the London Day Training College under the administration of the LCC.
King’s Cross is one of the largest and most exciting developments in London at present. The 67 acre site has a rich history and a unique setting.
It is now being transformed into a new part of the city with homes, shops, offices, galleries, bars, restaurants, schools and even a university. It’s a whole new piece of London with a brand new postcode, N1C.
The location, the connections, the canal-side setting, the rich and varied heritage, an exciting cultural scene, a thriving business community, and a strong sense of local community.
King’s Cross in numbers
50 new buildings
2,000 new homes
20 new streets
10 new public squares
26 acres of open space
30,000 people by 2016
All these things come together at King’s Cross to make it unique, exciting and really quite special. Come and see for yourself.
King's Cross Central Distance: 0.6 miTourist Information 1 Euston Road London, United Kingdom N1 9
King's Cross Central is a multibillion-pound mixed-use place in the north-east of central London. The site is owned and controlled by the King's Cross Central Limited Partnership. It consists of approximately 67acres of former railway lands to the north of King's Cross and St Pancras mainline railway stations. The site is largely determined by three boundaries: the existing East Coast Main Line railway leading out of King's Cross; York Way, a road marking the division between Camden and Islington boroughs; and the new railway line, High Speed 1 , formerly known as the Channel Tunnel Rail Link, which curves around the site to the north and west.The master planners for the development are Allies and Morrison, Demetri Porphyrios, and Townshend Landscape Architects. The overall developer is Argent LLP. Construction work is ongoing.HistoryBackgroundThe area of what is today Kings Cross was farmland, intersected by York Way heading north leading to a bridge which crossed the River Fleet at Battlebridge. This name led to a tradition that this was the site of a major battle between the Romans and the Iceni tribe led by Boudica (also known as Boudicea), support by writings from the ancient Roman historian Publius Cornelius Tacitus.