London is one the favourite travel spots in the entire world. The events and happenings in London generate great interest to visitors as well as the residents of the city. Some of the most interesting events in the next few days that had been slated to occur in London are presented here.
The comedy show of Craig Murray from West Yorkshire at the London club, ‘The Funny Side of the City’ had been arranged on January 28, 2010, named as MCing The Funny Side of The City. The admission fee is £12.50. The Square Mile’s boutique comedy club situated in Little Britain had been conducting comedy shows by the top UK comedians every Thursday night. Even international comedians had performed in this club, while visiting London.
The Renaissance Hotel Heathrow in Bath Road, London is arranging at 2-30 pm on January 30, a lecture by Jordan Belfort on ‘Breakthrough to Extreme Wealth’. Admission is free but prior reservation is required. The lecture will teach the route to become a millionaire in less than 3 years, the technique of success in creating wealth, and the secret of turning fear into success through brain reprogramming. Belfort achieved a net worth of more than $100 million in his mid-twenties.
On January 31, the Durutti Column is presenting a concert in the Leicester Square Theatre at Leicester Place in London at 7-30 pm. The band is expected to perform a selection of their favourite tracks out of their 30-year catalogue. The entry fee is £17.50. The Monto Water Rats Theatre in Grays Inn Road in London is organizing the band performance of Lost Gravity on January 31 at 7-30 pm. The admission price is £6. Lost Gravity formed by the guitarist Breno in 2007 had established itself as a very good band for playing original metal and rock.
The Roundhouse on Chalk Farm Road in London is organizing the programme of one of the most popular bands, All Times Low, that had earned a very good name in fizzy and fast-paced pop-punk. The event is planned for February 6 at 7-00 pm. This is to be followed by a performance from my passion, the electro shock rock group.
The Institute of Contemporary Arts or ICA at The Mall in London is arranging the cinema release of Beyond the Pole on February 12 between 6-30 pm and 8-00 pm. Beyond the Pole stars Stephen Mangan, Helen Baxendale, Alexander Skarsgard, and Rhys Thomas. The reviews about the cinema had been very good and the cast and crew are expected to be presented during this event at ICA before the nationwide release. The ICA contains a cinema, three galleries, a theatre, restaurant, late bar and café, and a bookshop.
The Electric Ballroom situated in Camden High Street in London is conducting the programme of Owl City on February 18 at 7-00 pm. Owl City is the melodious brand of music creation of Adam Young from a small town in Minnesota, US. The Electric Ballroom had been hosting musical events of star performers like Jim Reeves, The Clash, The Smiths, Madness, and Sid Vicious in the past.
On February 23, at 7-30 pm, the Wembley Arena in Arena Square Engineers Way, London, will witness the musical event, ’30 Seconds to Mars’, performed by Jared Leto, Shannon Leto, and Tomo Milicevic. The group debut was in 2002 and their creative exploration of music had been appreciated by many. The admission charges are around £23.