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You may be aware that we held the +The National Wedding Show press event at the Lansdowne Club at the start of the year. The spring show then took place at the Olympia, London from the 20th to 22nd February. Did any of you pick up any useful tips & ideas for your special day?! 

Check out the (preview) write-up for the event in +Hello! Online to see what you missed out on back in January! 

Jazz enthusiasts, ahead of our regular Jazz Night (with Tony Bowran and his band ‘Back to Bruges’ running through the 'the ‘Great American Songbook’) next month, what are your favourite jazz nights in London?

Any Scottish people in the capital? What have you got planned for Burns Night?

We're especially looking forward to our Burns Night Supper later this month, celebrating Robert Burns' birthday with poetry, bagpipes, haggis, and lots of Scottish culture! Expect kilts aplenty. 

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Our book group recently read 'The Wedding in December' by Anita Shreve.

Have you read it? What was your verdict? Have you read any other work by Anita?

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Who's a fan of a nice cuppa? What's your fave brand?

We've got a tasting of Lalani & Co tea (who are based in Kings Cross) in January 2015 for our members, which is a little get-together for tea connoisseurs who are interested in sampling tea that is bursting with flavour!

We will be staging a superb pantomime performance of classic fairy tale ‘Jack and the Beanstalk’ later this month! #Christmas  

Be great to hear fellow Londoners' tips for the ultimate pantomime experience in the capital. What's the best panto you've ever seen in London?

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Who has been to Christie's? What did you buy?

Our arts group with be visiting the iconic auction house on Friday. We shall be hearing from the Old Master Pictures department specialist and director, Murray Macaulay who'll be sharing the highlights from his sale of Old Master Prints. Very exciting! 

We are really looking forward to learning about the history of this fabulous institution!   

Who's visited the +Tate for the Hogarth Exhibition? It featured presentation of the works of William Hogarth, a key figure in the history of British art, to mark the 250th anniversary of his death. Very interesting for art enthusiasts. Highly recommended by our Arts Group! 

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We are proud to be hosting The Amati Exhibition on the 26-27th October 2014. This event is perfect for those of you in #London who are interested in historic instruments! Read more about it via our friends at Classical Music Magazine...

Some of our members are going on a Westminster Abbey Tour this month. One of the most iconic buildings in the country, and a fine example of gothic architecture. Has anyone been recently? What are your thoughts?
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