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St. Katharine Docks, Central London’s only marina, has evolved into a thriving waterside community and in 2018 celebrated its 190th anniversary. Opening in 1828, the Thomas Telford-designed dock was once one of the busiest ports in the UK, renowned for handling luxury goods, sugar, rum, spices, perfumes, wines and tea.

Experience Regent Street, London’s distinctive home of fashion, dining, wellness and lifestyle. The street has continually evolved over the years, taking inspiration from the past whilst always innovating and looking to the future. Regent Street’s Regency buildings are home to world-class flagship stores, while tucked away in Regent Street’s neighbouring side streets one can find various award-winning restaurants, such as Michelin-starred Veeraswamy and Sabor. Wellness experiences can be found across the street, and Regent Street and the surrounding area offers a hand-picked blend of pioneering global names and independent brands that is unmatched.

For over 300 years, St James’s has had a long-established reputation as the home of fine food, culinary expertise and innovation. It is one of London’s most original and compelling districts, defined by its unique mix of contemporary and heritage brands, art galleries and unparalleled restaurant scene. St James’s has become the most of a spectacular range of international cuisine from the eclectic modern offerings of Scully, Toba, Fallow and Michelin-starred Wild Honey, to the iconically British offerings from the local establishments such a Franco’s, Rowley’s, Fortnum & Mason and Wilton’s.

A unique destination for shopping and socialising, Connaught Village is a leafy village in the heart of the West End. From luxury goods to artisan food, designer boutiques, art galleries and exclusive restaurants – this select neighbourhood combines tradition and the now. The village is minutes from Oxford Street and Marble Arch, but peaceful and relaxing. As part of the Hyde Park Estate, the area is a rich blend of architectural heritage and exclusive green squares. A truly sophisticated district of London, Connaught Village combines luxurious living with timeless elegance.

Meet Yum Bug – you may know them as the edible insect brand changing perceptions around bugs as food. Their cricket-based meat ingredients are rammed with nutrition, great for the planet and taste just like meat (because crickets are meat)! The team will be serving up some delicious grub that will blow you away and change everything you thought you knew about insects.

Designed by Sir Denys Lasdun and Peter Softley and opened by Queen Elizabeth II opened the theatre in 1976. It is a publicly funded performing arts hub, comprising of three auditoriums – The Olivier, The Lyttelton, and the Dorfman. There are also rehearsal spaces on site, and workshops for set construction and painting, costume construction and prop making. Shows are usually run in repertoire, meaning that each auditorium has the ability to house up to three different productions concurrently. The National complex also has several cafes/bars, restaurant, and a bookshop.