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September Theatre Tickets Sale. Picture: the Woman in Black  
September Theatre Tickets Sale
Okay summer's officially over. Fret not, we've some incredible theatre bargains to ease you into Autumn. There's 60% off Dreamboats and Petticoats and many more big reductions on leading shows including Legally Blonde, The Lion King, The Woman In Black and Wicked...
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Jack The Ripper Tour, London. Photo Credit: mattk1979. C.C.License  
Jack The Ripper Tour of London
The story of the Whitechapel murders is one of the great unsolved mysteries in the world. It is also one of the most fascinating and blood thirsty tales you will ever hear. It happened here in London in the year 1888...
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Top Attractions Sellers (18/08/11 - 31/08/11):
1. The London Eye, 2. Tower Of London, 3. Buckingham Palace, 4. Discount Combo - EDF London Eye, Circular River Cruise and London Aquarium, 5. Discount Combo - The Original Tour and London Eye

Diary: What's In a Name? - Lessons the internet can learn from CB Radio

WHEN I WAS A LAD we looked across the pond green with envy. For the Land of the Free was also the home of Citizens Band radio. Connecting a nation of truckers and fellow travellers together with some wires and brown-boxed circuitry, CB promised unfettered communication to all - rather like the internet does now.

And just like on the internet, CB chatters used amusing 'handles' like World Famous Eyeballer and County Mounty. But it seems that the days of anonymous web use and made-up-names in blogs and other social media may be coming to the end of the road.

Both Facebook and Google argue that the use of fake and multiple identities weakens the web experience. Others disagree. "The desire to clean up the web, civilize it, and sterlize it pisses me off. I hate it." said blogger Fred Wilson. "The Zuckerbergs can run a sterile community on the web if they want. That's just fine. But to suggest that real names is the source of their success it to learn the wrong lessons from Facebook."

We're with Mr Wilson, or 10-4 as our CB buddies might say. Aside from the overbearing assault on freedom of expression - including the ability of citizens to anonymously help usurp authoritarian regimes as witnessed in the Arab Spring - life would be a fair measure duller without our old friend @imlondonbridge and his ilk.

Peter Clee (aka Poor Trash Clee according to the CB Handle Generator)


See below for what's currently happening in and around London:
Cinema | Classical | Comedy | Music | Theatre

- Cinema

Doris (Emily Montague) falls victim to Jerry (Colin Farrell), the seductive, bloodthirsty vampire terrorizing the neighborhood, in Fright Night. Directed by Craig Gillespie, Fright Night¯is produced by Michael De Luca and Alison Rosenzweig. Ph: Lorey Sebastian. ©DreamWorks II Distribution Co., LLC. All Rights Reserved.  
Blockbuster of the Week: Fright Night (15)
Starring: Toni Collette, Colin Farrell, Christopher Mintz-Plasse
Geeky teen Ed warns best friend Charley that the hunky drifter, Jerry...
3D | Read Review | Showing at these Cinemas | Watch Trailer
Apollo 18  
Horror Movie of the Week: Apollo 18 (15)
Director: Gonzalo Lopez-Gallego
In December 1974, the two-man crew of Apollo 18 blasts off from Earth bound for the Moon...
Showing at these Cinemas | Watch Trailer
Garance Le Guillermic in The Hedgehog. Cinefile  
Critics' Choice of the Week: The Hedgehog (Le Herisson) (12A)
Starring: Garance Le Guillermic, Anne Brochet, Josiane Balasko
Paloma Josse is 11-years-old and already bored with life...
Showing at these Cinemas | Watch Trailer

See Also:
A-Z of London Cinemas, A-Z of London Films, A-Z of UK Cinemas, A-Z of UK Films, Top 10 Movies, New Films This Week, Forthcoming Releases, Interviews

Listings Menus:
Movies by Genres, 3 D Movies, Over 18s Screenings, Parents and Baby Screenings, Subtitled Movies

- Classical and Dance

The Most Incredible Thing, Sadlers Wells. Information and tickets.  
The Most Incredible Thing, Sadlers Wells
Following its sell-out success in 2011, pop legends Pet Shop Boys and maverick choreographer Javier De Frutos bring the acclaimed Sadler's Wells collaboration, The Most Incredible Thing, back to the main stage...
Info and Tickets | More Classical Tickets | Opera and Dance Tickets

Top Classical and Dance Sellers (18/08/11 - 31/08/11):
1. Jewels, 2. Il Trittico, 3. Sleeping Beauty - Royal Ballet, 4. The Nutcracker, 5. The Snowman

- Comedy

Lee Evans at Wembley Arena, London. Information and tickets.  
Lee Evans at Wembley Arena
Lee Evans is one of Britain's most successful comedians, and his new Roadrunner show is set to take place at arenas across the UK throughout September, October and November 2011...
Info and Tickets | More Comedy Tickets

Top Comedy Sellers (18/08/11 - 31/08/11):
1. Omid Djalili, 2. Michael McIntyre, 3. Stephen Merchant, 4. Jason Manford, 5. Russell Howard

- Music

Def Leppard at Wembley Arena, London. Information and tickets.  
Def Leppard - Wembley Arena
With more than 65 million albums sold worldwide and two prestigious Diamond Awards Def Leppard are one of only five rock bands to have two consecutive 10 million plus selling albums in the U.S...
Info and Tickets | More Music Tickets

Top Music Sellers (18/08/11 - 31/08/11):
1. Bombay Bicycle Club, 2. The Wombat, 3. Metronomy, 4. Adele, 5. Noel Gallaghers High Flying Birds

- Theatre

The Tempest, Haymarket Theatre Royal. Information and tickets.  
The Tempest - Haymarket Theatre Royal
Trevor Nunn directs Ralph Fiennes in William Shakespeare's The Tempest as the third production of his electrifying season at the Theatre Royal Haymarket...
Info and Tickets | More Musical Tickets | More Play Tickets

Top Theatre Sellers (18/08/11 - 31/08/11):
1. The Lion King, 2. Mamma Mia!, 3. Jersey Boys, 4. Phantom of the Opera, 5. Thriller - Live


With machine guns blazing, one of the most influential gangster films ever made,the explosive underworld epic Scarface arrives on Triple Play Blu-ray on 5th September.
Prize: Win American Gangster, Carlito's Way and Casino on Blu-ray.
Click here for your chance to win | More competitions

London Accommodation

The Capital Hotel, Knightsbridge, London. 5 Star Hotel  
The Capital Hotel - Knightsbridge (5*)
The Capital, a unique town house hotel that offers luxury accommodation and personal service in the heart of Knightsbridge just yards from Harrods. Created by its original Scottish proprietor, David Levin, it is to this day a family run hotel. With 49 suites and rooms...
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Elizabeth Hotel, Victoria, London (3 Star Bed and Breakfast).  
Elizabeth Hotel - Victoria (3* B&B)
Occupying a 19th century townhouse overlooking the gardens of Eccleston Square, Elizabeth Hotel offers affordable 3 diamond bed and breakfast accommodation within walking distance of Victoria's coach, tube and rail stations...
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Bluebells Hotel, Notting Hill Gate, London (3 Star Bed and Breakfast)  
Bluebells Hotel - Notting Hill Gate (3* B&B)
Bluebells Hotel is situated in a traditional Victorian building in London's fashionable Notting Hill area. With just 28 rooms, this small boutique-style hotel offers reasonably priced accommodation and is ideal if you want a central base for your visit to London...
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Dylan Paddington - Paddington (3 Star Studio)  
Dylan Paddington - Paddington (3 Star Studio)
If you would prefer the freedom of your own apartment Dylan Paddington is ideal. This family run establishment has 22 single, double, or triple apartments. All have the luxury of private shower and toilet and are decorated and furnished to high standards...
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Top Hotel Sellers (18/08/11 - 31/08/11):
1. Beit Hall - South Kensington (3 Star Accommodation), 2. European Hotel - Kings Cross (2 Star Bed and Breakfast), 3. Barkston Rooms - Earls Court (Quality Rooms), 4. Tudor Court Hotel - Paddington (3 Star Hotel), 5. Montana Hotel - Kings Cross (3 Star B&B)

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