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Results found for: July 2014

31 Jul 2014
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 ...
30 Jul 2014
The Moon.
Loy Krathong festival is a spectacular event celebrated throughout Thailand around November, and should not be missed by people visitin...
22 Jul 2014
Gatwick predicts 5.7 million passengers during the summer holidays
During the summer holiday period, Gatwick Airport predicts that it is set to handle over 5.7 million passengers.This coming Friday, Jul...
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
Sydney Opera House to hold music event for governor
There's a musical event coming up at the iconic Sydney Opera House next month, in honour of the governor of New South Wales, Marie ...
Scottish flag at full mast.
Edinburgh airport handled more than 10 million passengers during the period between June last year and June 2014, becoming the first ai...
16 Jul 2014
Half 'save for airport spending'
More than half of people - 52 per cent - save spending for a trip to the airport, recent Gatwick Airport research shows.Among this prop...
10 Jul 2014
Bolshoi to hit NYC
The internationally renowned Bolshoi Ballet is set for an extended appearance in New York City as a part of the Lincoln Center Festival...
4 Jul 2014
Revamp funding for Australian Museum announced
The Australian Museum in Sydney is set to undergo a revamp. Troy Grant, New South Wales minister for the arts, recently gave word of $7...
1 Jul 2014
Half of people are 'city break culture crammers'
Nearly half of people culture-cram when they head away for a city break, doing more cultural activities on such trips than when they...