Christmas With The Stars

This week I finally went to my first concert since moving to London. I’ve been to a few musicals this year, but not an actual concert. And this was in arguably the most iconic concert venue in London – The Royal Albert Hall. I went there with the family in my youth for a Christmas concert, though I don’t remember it now of course. So going to a Christmas concert there this year felt like the first time really. And it was all for a good cause too.

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Bank Of England & Wellcome Museums

Following on from yesterday’s post about the V&A Museum, I want to tell you about a couple of other museums I’ve visited recently, both of which involved audio described tours.

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Victoria & Albert Museum

The Victoria & Albert (V&A) Museum is one of the most well-known and exciting museums in the city, because of the huge variety of fascinating historical objects it holds in its many galleries. So it was one of the places I was really looking forward to visiting when I moved to London.

So I’ve now been there twice this year. I first visited back in April, but never got around to blogging about it at the time. And then I went back again last weekend. The most recent trip is the most significant that I want to talk about, but I’ll briefly fill you in on my first visit too, as it’s a good opportunity to do so.

Chandelier in the main hall of the V&A Museum. It has many curved intertwining tubes with bulbous ends, in a mixture of blue and green colours, forming a teardrop-like shape overall.

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Matilda The Musical

Recently I went to see Matilda The Musical at The Cambridge Theatre in Seven Dials, including a touch tour and audio description, and it was an amazing experience. So in this post I want to tell you a bit about it.
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