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Boujis' Battersea Power Station Rave

South Ken favourite Boujis will be throwing a rave to rival Rome at the iconic Battersea power station on Friday 18th November from10pm to 3am. One thousand lucky people will be able to party in the Grade II* Listed structure made famous by the likes of The Beatles and Pink Floyd until the early morning with all drinks and entertainment included in the ticket price. Drinks sponsors include premium brands Asahi, Grey Goose, Johnnie Walker and Moët and Chandon Champagnes – Boujis’s legendary line-up has not yet been released but judging from their other events we’re sure it will be unforgettable. Pre-sale tickets will run you £150 per person and tables are either £2000, £3000 or £5000 with a maximum of ten guests per table. Doors close at 11.30pm so you've got to get there quick! Tickets are sure to sell out soon so please contact us for bookings.  
If London’s night scene was a great work of art (which it is) Boujis would be the masterstroke. Renowned the world over for attracting enough royals to form a rogue monarchy, Boujis has become an established favourite in South Ken that contends with the heavy-hitters in Miami, the French Riviera and Ibiza (incidentally, they have a tendency to pop-up there in August). Tuesdays at Boujis are one of the hottest-midweek parties around and attracts celebs like celebs attract cameras. They also have a habit of bringing in some of the most sought-after DJs on the scene – and it’s not uncommon for names like Pete Tong, Basement Jaxx, Will.I.Am and Razorlight stopping in to spin. Boujis’s boutique size guarantees you’ll be rubbing some glitzy shoulders as you throw shapes. Make sure you investigate one of London’s superlative night-time destinations.

Regent's Park Open Air Theatre

Tucked away in a secluded corner of Regent’s Park lies the Open Air Theatre. The verdant setting lends itself perfectly to the summery playlist of fantastic theatre, music and comedy on offer this year. Whilst being one of the largest auditoriums in London, the steeply raked seating manages to make it feel like one of the most intimate. The twinkling lights in the hedgerow complete the summer evening scene of food hampers, bottles of bubbly and hearty theatre goers. But if picnicking is an alfresco step too far for you, there is a delightful Garden Café packed with gorgeous food. The Open Air Theatre is not just about the atmosphere, it is about remarkable storytelling too. Built upon a core of outstanding dramatic credentials, they present bold and dynamic productions and last summer’s season was no exception, with Lord of the Flies, The Beggars Opera, Pericles and Crazy for you all gracing the stage.

Now in its 80th season, the award-winning Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre is a London landmark – a firm fixture of summer in the city, providing a cultural hub in the beautiful surroundings of a Royal Park.

Its steeply raked auditorium is one of the largest in London with 1,240 seats, yet those who attend say it is one of the most intimate.

Each night an incomparable atmosphere is created by the buzz of people enjoying their theatregoing in every sense: people setting up hampers on the picnic lawn, filling their glasses with wine or drinking Pimms in the bar as the fairy lights twinkle in the trees.

Yet the Open Air Theatre is not just about an amazing atmosphere, it is about remarkable storytelling too. Built upon a core of outstanding dramatic credentials, we aim to present bold and dynamic productions that stimulate the senses. Weather and climate add a thrilling contribution to our work, making the relationship between performer, text and audience a truly unique event at every performance.

Inner Circle Regent's Park London London NW1 4NR UNITED KINGDOM

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Inner Circle Regent's Park London NW1 4NR UNITED KINGDOM

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Halcyon Galleries

Established in 1982, Halcyon Galleries has become a world-class destination for art collectors who are drawn not only to the inspirational art, but also to the commitment and passion of the organisation’s entire team.

Halcyon Galleries has four galleries in some of the most exclusive areas of London, every artist represented by Halcyon Galleries is chosen for their raw talent, the resonance of their ideas and the emotional response their work generates. Halcyon Galleries' ethos is that a worthwhile piece of art is much more than just a wise investment; it is a lasting testament, not just to the artist but the person buying it.

Previous exhibitions have included:

'Objects of Desire' by Bob Dylan, Eve Arnold, Mauro Perucchetti

'Marilyn' by Eve Arnold

'Picasso' by Pablo Picasso

'Dali' by Salavador Dali

29 New Bond Street




24 Bruton Street




Halcyon Gallery

2nd Floor, Harrods,

87-135 Brompton Road,


London SW1X 7XL


For more information on any the galleries or exhibitions, please contact

144-146 New Bond Street London London W1S 2PF UNITED KINGDOM

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144-146 New Bond Street London W1S 2PF UNITED KINGDOM