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Welcome to the Circus! It is a madhouse of fun, with tasty food, drinks, and live acts for your enjoyment. The Circus, situated in Covent Garden, known as the theater area of London, brings to you live cabaret performances each night, ensuring that your evening is memorable. It also has a cocktail bar with a variety of drinks, selected just for you. During the day, the venue is a bar where people hangout for drinks, and slowly by evening, it transforms into a live-wire venue of dancing and cabaret performances, that you can enjoy with cocktails. Sink into the choicest of Pan Asian cuisine cooked with finesse by renowned chef Andrew Lassetter. Allow the Circus to transport you into a world of pleasure and contentment and an evening well-lived.
The Globe Theatre is universally known as the place where the great plays of Shakespeare came alive. Today, Shakespeare’s Globe, located on the banks of the River Thames is a reproduction of the original Globe, which burned down in 1613 after a cannon shot set fire to its roof. The theater was built near the site of the original using nearly identical methods and materials, and is believed by historians and architects alike to be very realistic. Since it opened in 1997, The New Globe has been a popular and iconic addition to London theater, and has turned from hosting only open-air summer productions into a vibrant center of Shakespearean drama, education, exhibitions, and tours. The ‘groundling’ tradition is still alive at the Globe, whereby visitors can watch world-class theater from the yard for a low price.
Little kids will adore this floating theater, which shows puppet productions on a barge on the Thames (hence the name). The Puppet Theatre Barge company has been putting on productions since 1982, and the 55-seat floating theater showcases marionette delights such as animated Aesops Fables. From November to June, the barge is moored at Little Venice, but from June to September it moves down the Thames to Kingston and Richmond.
Union Chapel is a Gothic-style Victorian church that doubles as one of London's premier entertainment venues. Serving the local community, the church hosts Sunday prayer services and provides shelter, food, and clothing for the homeless through its Margins Homelessness Project. On other days, the church is transformed into a venue hosting well-known local and touring bands, comedy shows, film screenings, and other events. The Heritage Officer of Union Chapel Church and Chairman of Islington Archaeology and History Society gives a free, guided tour of the chapel on the first Sunday of every month.
Founded in 1886, The Queen's Club is a private sporting club and the first multipurpose sports complex ever to be built, anywhere in the world. The club has 28 outdoor tennis courts, 8 indoor courts, and rackets and squash courts of various surfaces. The club hosts the Queen’s Club Championships, men’s lawn tennis tournaments, and the British Open. Please visit the club’s website for further details; timings for the membership office, club shop, gymnasium, and classes vary.