Award-winning comic Russell Howard and regular on BBC's Mock The Week hits the road to bring his unique comedy style to a discerning crowd of fans. Born in Somerset, England, Russell's awards include Zoo magazine's top …
It's been called the World's Greatest Acrobatic Spectacle, and it's just embarked on its UK premiere. Yin Yang, the exhilarating new performance from The Chinese State Circus, is back with more incredible acts of poise,...
Whether you're looking for coffee and pastries in luxury surroundings or a more down-to-earth meaty fry-up, London boasts an abundance of cafes and restaurants offering breakfasts and brunches to suit all palates. Here's...
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It's no surprise that most of the top 10 visitor attractions in Britain are in our capital city, London. However, with Blackpool Pleasure Beach and Alton Towers bucking the trend, there's much to be seen outside of London. Why not take a look.
The French may think that we're just a nation of 'les rosbifs', but ask any Brit what they think of our cuisine and they'll tell you that we're a world-leader in high quality food. To celebrate and bring together the diversity of cuisine in Britain, food festivals are popping up all across the country. It's enough to make those Gallic chefs choke on their snails.
It was once said that Britain ruled the waves, and that's no surprise given the amount of time and money that was dedicated to building the world's greatest fleet of ships. Some of these ships still survive, and BritEvents takes a look at what we think are the top ten historic ships, now open to the public.