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Results found for: July 2014

31 Jul 2014
Children having fun.
Families heading to Florida for their holidays could check out a new Crayola attraction that is set to open in the US state.The Crayola...
Upcoming treats at the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse
Recently opened and coming in for plenty of interest, the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse at Shakespeare's Globe in London is famed partly ...
28 Jul 2014
Enter Opodo's Matisse competition
There's still time to enter Opodo's new Matisse competition, which closes on August 1st.You could win tickets to see the much-t...
25 Jul 2014
Local pledges made by Gatwick as it plans expansion
A range of pledges have been revealed by Gatwick Airport, which are aimed at making sure the local community will benefit if another ru...
22 Jul 2014
The Washington Monument, close to which the museum is being built.
One US tourist attraction that isn't around yet, but will be in the not too distant future, is The Smithsonian's National Museu...
18 Jul 2014
Flybe revamps in-air food offering
Recently, airline Flybe asked customers about sky-set dining, and it has now used that research to shape a new in-flight menu.Just days...
14 Jul 2014
Taiwan Tourism Bureau reports big increase in UK tourists.
So far in 2014 there has been an almost 50 per cent increase in UK travellers visiting Taiwan, according to the Taiwan Tourism Bureau.S...
'Girl who Forgot to Sing Badly' show hits Sydney
A family-friendly piece of theatre about a girl who loves singing (often not very well) is due to hit the stage in Sydney next month.Th...
4 Jul 2014
BA uses fiber optic blanket to investigate sleep in the air
A new 'happiness blanket' incorporating fiber optics is being tested by British Airways. The blanket changes colour based on pe...
'SUN' dance piece at Sydney Opera House next month
SUN, a dance piece choreographed by Hofesh Shechter, is set to hit the stage at the Sydney Opera House next month."Hofesh Shechter...