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2. WATCH ONCE THE MUSICAL ATLONDON'S PHOENIX THEATREOne of the most romanticthings to do in London is bookone of the many hit shows thatare on in the West EndShowtime PerformancesMonday 7.30pm, Tuesday7.30pm, Wednesday7.30pm, Thursday 3.00pm7.30pm, Friday 7.30pm,Saturday 3.00pm 7.30pm.Running Time2 Hours 30 minutesFIND PRICES AND AVAILABILITY FORONCE THE MUSICAL 3. BONFIRE NIGHT, SPREAD OVERA WEEK THESE DAYS!There are many cool andexciting things going on inLondon during the month ofNovember and one of the mainattractions are one of thenumerous firework displaysthat are organized to celebrateGuy Fawkes night alsoreferred to as Bonfire Night atradition dating back to theGunpowder Plot of 1605You can see a full list ofavailable displays here > 4. THE LORD MAYORS SHOW -ENJOY THE FIREWORKSThere are many exciting andfree things to do in Londonyear round but one of the bestis on Saturday the 8th ofNovember, The Lord MayorsShow.Don't miss any of the action,take a look at the timetable > 5. ENJOY RUGBY UNION - THEAUTUMN INTERNATIONAL SERIESWhat a month for rugby unionfans! This November promisesto be pretty special with theautumn international serieskicking off on the 1st of themonth. With the curtain raiseroffering the chance to see theclassic confrontation betweenthe awesome Barbarians andAustralia. Twickenham, 1pm,don't miss it... or else!!To avoid disappointment makesure to book early, with theamount of talent on display,tickets wont wait around! 6. THE SIXTIES GOLD SHOW ATTHE LONDON PALLADIUMFor lovers of great sixties music,circle this date in your diaries:the 16th November. Back bypopular demand the Sixties Goldshow is appearing with afabulous line-up of sixties icons.The London Palladium is hostingthis feast of sixties classics and itis a fitting venue to welcomesome of the most popular groupsand solo artists of this gloriousdecade.The line-up is one most definitelynot to miss and demand is sureto be great! With a seatingcapacity of just over 2,000,tickets will soon be snapped up,so book early to avoiddisappointment. 7. WATCH THE AUDIENCE AT THEAPOLLO THEATREFor sixty years Elizabeth II hasmet each of her twelve PrimeMinisters in a weekly audienceat Buckingham Palace. Bothparties have an unspokenagreement never to repeatwhat is said, not even to theirspouses.Address:31 Shaftesbury Avenue,London, W1D 7ESView MapFIND PRICES AND AVAILABILITY FORONCE THE THETRE SHOW 8. ENJOY GHOST STORIES AT THEARTS THEATREGhost Stories mixes the verybest of theatre with the buzz ofa thrill-ride, deliveringsomething truly unique. Withsome new moments of shock,this revival promises more joltsthan ever. You havent seenhorror, until youve seen it live.Address:6-7 Great Newport Street,London, WC2H 7JBFIND PRICES AND AVAILABILITY FORONCE THE THETRE SHOW 9. ALFRED HITCHCOCK'S THE 39STEPS AT THE CRITERION THEATRELONDONThere are so manyawesome things to do inLondon its hard to know whereto start! Why not get yourselfdown to the West End andwatch one of the many theatreproductions? With so muchvariety on offer you really arespoilt for choice with musicals,plays and comedy productions.One of the finest on offer andalso the longest runningcomedy stage productions isthe timeless John Buchanclassic The 39 Steps playingat the Criterion Theatre.FIND PRICES AND AVAILABILITY FORONCE THE THETRE SHOW 10. BOOK YOUR TICKETS FOR THEPLAY THAT GOES WRONGEnjoy the play that goeswrong at the duchess theatreAddress:3-5 Catherine Street, London,WC2B 5LAView MapRunning Time: 2 Hours 5MinutesAge Restrictions: Suitable forages 8+Show Opened: 5th Sep 2014Booking Until: 1st Feb 2015FIND PRICES AND AVAILABILITY FORONCE THE THETRE SHOW 11. VISIT THE BRITISH MUSEUM - OVER6 MILLION YEARLY VISITORS!The British Museum is one ofthe finest attractions in Londonand its vast collection ofartefacts numbering over 8million is totally free to viewand is a great way to spend aday in London observing thisunique collection gatheredtogether since its founding in1753.Read more about the BritishMuseum. 12. At London This Weekend, we all know London isone of the worlds greatest cities! Millions flock tothe capital each and every week, all wanting tofind the best things to do in London. It brings us toone important question.Find here - what's on in London throughout this yearand book one of the best hotels in London beforegoing on trip at