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History comes alive at the Household Cavalry Museum. This Museum is situated at the Horse Guards, one of the oldest buildings, and the headquarters of household in London. The Queens life guard ceremony takes place here regularly. You can witness this 350 year-old ritual started by king Charles II live and even interact with the royal guards. They will tell you of their strict and rigorous training schedule. You can also see some of them work in the original 18th century stables. And do not forget to check out on some of their rare displays which they have opened to the public.
Formerly The New Players Theatre, the Victorian setting of this hall and classic entertainment, promises to transport you back in time. Shows are changed regularly and there are also several pantomimes every year. Attending a show here is a novel experience, with the mixture of sarcastic Victorian humor and traditional music making for a memorable evening. A membership entitles you to free admission to all performances for a year and use of club facilities (late bar and restaurant), whether you're attending a performance or not.
Davenports is a family-run magic shop that has been entertaining the city of London since 1898. In addition to selling magic books and DVDs and offering magic courses, this shop has a studio space on site which is extended on rent for many events. The studio is quite spacious and allows you to customize seating arrangements as per requirements of the event. Dramatic light accents make the Davenports Magic Studio a favored venue for media events like photographic shoots. The space can also be utilized for seminars and conferences.
Situated in central London, High Commission of New Zealand is the official representative body of the New Zealand Government in the UK. Built in 1959, it courted a lot of controversy regarding its structure, as it was the only modern skyscraper in that area and till date it continues to be the only tall structure in this region of London. Apart from housing the High Commissioner's office, the building is also home to the New Zealand consulate and the military wing. It also serves as the base for New Zealand government agencies, including the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, New Zealand Defence Force, Department of Internal Affairs, Immigration New Zealand, Tourism New Zealand and New Zealand Trade and Enterprise.
Nestled in the heart of the city of London, National Liberal Club dates back to as early as 1882. Established by William Gladstone, this gentleman's club was one of the firsts to allow ladies to be its members. Set near Thames river, this beautiful Neo-Gothic structure boasts of designs by the famed architect Alfred Waterhouse and is known for providing sweeping views of the region. Ever since its establishment, this club has been a venue for entertainment and socialization of the locals with varied interests and is popular for hosting a plethora of events regularly. Operating for over a century, this club has had popular figures like Rupert Brooke, Wilston Churchill, Gopal Krishna Gokhale and many more as its members.