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The Ealing Jazz Club Entrence
The Ealing Jazz Club, at 42 A The Broadway, Ealing W5, opened in January 1959. On 17 March 1962, as The Ealing Club, it became London’s first regular R&B venue with a performance by the seminal Alexis Korner and Cyril Davies band Blues Incorporated. Situated in a basement below an Aerated Bread Company tea shop, opposite Ealing Broadway station, it was reached by descending the narrow steps of the alley that leads to Haven Place, between the tea shop and what at the time was a jeweller’s shop. “The club held only 200 when you packed them all in” Korner recalled, “and there was only about 100 people in all of London that were into the blues and all of them showed up at the club that first night.
Fery Asgari, he was the first manager of the Ealing Club and also a singer who sang at the club accassonaly.
Activities In London
Take a little visit to the Brisish Museum located right in the center of london.
The British Museum is a museum in London dedicated to human history and culture. Its permanent collection, numbering some 8 million works. This Museum is among the largest and most comprehensive in existence, he British Museum was established in 1753, largely based on the collections of the physician and scientist Sir Hans Slaone. The museum first opened to the public on 15 January 1759 in Montagu House in Bloomsbury, on the site of the current museum building. Its expansion over the following two and a half centuries was largely a result of an expanding British colonial footprint and has resulted in the creation of several branch institutions, the first being the British Museum (Natural History) in South Kensington in 1887. Some images of the inside of the Some objects in the collection, most museum. notably the Elgin Marbles from the Parthenon, are the objects of controversy and of calls for restitution to their countries of origin.
The centrer of the museum was redeveloped in 2001 to become the Great Court, surrounding the original Reading Room. In 2013 of last year the general amount of people that visit this museum are around 6,701,036 thats alot of people. Plus this museum is ranked number #2 globaly.
London has several distinct retail districts and shopping streets, many of which have their own themes or specialities. From luxury goods in Mayfair to quirky finds in Covent Garden, to large shopping centres like Westfield, you can easily while away an hour, an afternoon or a whole day shopping in London. The heart of London shopping, bustling Oxford Street has more than 300 shops, designer outlets and landmark stores. Home to the legendary Selfridges, it also boasts a range of famous department stores such as John Lewis and Debenhams scattered among every well-known high street chain imaginable. Hate the crowds? Slip into a side street and itâ€™s pretty easy to leave the hoards behind. Check out St Christopherâ€™s Place and Berwick Street for some real treats.
If you love shopping in london then you will have to pick up some famous suviners to bring back home to your family and friends. Grab a i love london purse for your aunt or mother, or a t-shirt for your father or friend. Tell them about your experience.
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Shopping Spots In The Oxford Streets Of London
Shopping In London
Covent Garden is a world famous district, unequalled in its mix of shops, restaurants, history, entertainment and culture. The neighbourhoodâ€™s new take on luxury mixes premium retailers with one-off craft stalls, street theatre with the Royal Opera House and world-class brands with emerging designers, creating a vibrant retail and leisure district.
Skylon is situated on the third floor of the Royal Festival Hall in the Southbank Centre and offers stunning views from huge floor-to-ceiling windows. The main restaurant features modern British cuisine from Head Chef Adam Gray, while the grill offers more informal cooking and a relaxed atmosphere. The two dining areas are separated by a stunning centrepiece bar, which is renowned across London for its fabulous cocktails. Adam Gray joined Skylon as Head Chef in March 2013. He has introduced a totally new style of cooking to the grill and restaurant as he aims to make Skylon one of Londonâ€™s premier culinary destinations. Adam describes his food as modern British â€“ simple, honest and with a sometimes unusual twist on classic dishes.
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Take some time out and if your going out on the town to go sight seeing, or just having a quick bite . Make sure you check out Skylon Resturant.
Rules was established by Thomas Rule in 1798 making it the oldest restaurant in London. It serves traditional British food, specialising in classic game cookery,osters, pies and puddings. Throughout its long history the tables of Rules have been crowded with writers, artists, lawyers, journalists and actors. As well as being frequented by great literary talents â€“ including Charles Dickens, William Makepeace Thackeray, John Galsworthy and H G Wells â€“ Rules has also appeared in novels by Rosamond Lehmann,
What suprises await you in London?.