Our passion for the arts can take us to some of the many major cities around the world. For anyone taking the leap and traveling across the water to London, we’ve put together a dance guide to help you keep up with the fast-paced city. Experience the heart and soul of the UK and make sure you get the most out of your exciting adventure.
(Updated listing coming soon)
After experiencing the delights of London, it’s time to take stock of the magical moments and unique performances you’ve seen. To add to your journey and make it even more spectacular, here are a list of gorgeous and glamorous places to visit and eat.
At 77 Brewer Street, London, W1F 9ZN
Opening hours; Lunch served Mon-Sat 11:30am-3pm, Dinner served Mon-Sat 5pm-11:30pm, Sun 5pm-11pm.
Transport: Piccadilly Circus tube
Price: Meal for two with drinks and service around £160, would recommend a time out card for 20% off food for every cardholder.
This modern American steak house is situated in the grand dining room or a former hotel – definitely not for anyone on a tight budget. However it is perfect for that special occasion and adds a positively magical experience to your stay in London. Alternatively, if you don’t want to enjoy the Danish long bone rib-eye cooked to perfection, go for a cocktail and soak up the atmosphere.
At 12 Upper St Martin’s Lane, London, WC2H 9FB
Opening hours; Meals served Mon-Thurs 8am-11pm, Fri 8am-12am, Sat 9am-12am, Sun 9am-11pm.
Transport: Leicester Square or Covent Garden tube
Price: Main courses £1.70-£11.50.
For a cheaper alternative but still capturing the experience of London, this ‘Bombay café’ has loads of atmosphere as well as loads to choose from whether its quick bites or three course meals. This is the café with a kick – from bacon, egg or sausage sandwiches kept plain or with a coating of chilli jam; the Disoom has been reviewed as an undoubted crowd-pleaser.
At Old Westminster Library, London, SW1P 3BU
Opening hours; Breakfast served Mon-Sat 7:30-10am, lunched served 12pm-2:45pm, Dinner served 6pm-10:45pm. Library bar Mon-Sat 11am-11:45pm, Club bar Mon-Sat 4pm-11:45pm.
Transport: St James’s Park or Westminster tube
Price: Main courses £14-£32, set meals, 2 courses £22 or 3 courses £24.
Attracting customers to this quiet street, Cinnamon Club is separated onto two floors, dividing into one of London’s top Indian restaurants and a study-like cocktail bar by the lobby. The Cinnamon Club brings excitement to your stay, offering innovative dishes created with traditional herbs and spices to cocktail classes, learning to mix from their classic list of favourites.
Author Bio: Writing on behalf of UK dancewear specialists, Dancemania, ballet dancer and fashion blogger, Sarah Jayne Adams shares her guide to London, including shows, bars and restaurants to make your trip the ultimate experience for you.