Haymarket & Piccadilly circus theatres 2021

I visited Haymerket today, the 12th October 2021, looking for those elusive theatres I had missed on previous London visits recently. To get to Haymarket, I travelled to Charing Cross Railway station, then walked via Trafalgar square, staying on the northern edge and past the massive National Gallery, then along Pall mall east, and into […]

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Accessible Shaftesbury avenue Theatres

There appear to be at least six theatres in Sheftesbury avenue, as follows: Apollo Theatre – Magic Goes Wrong31 Shaftesbury Avenue, London, W1D 7ES (775) Gielgud Theatre – The Mirror and the light35-37 Shaftesbury Avenue, London, W1D 6AR (986) Provided by KF, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons Lyric Theatre – Bob Marley story29 Shaftesbury Avenue, […]

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Accessible Strand & Aldwych Theatres 2021

There are five top London Theatres in the Strand, and Aldwych in 2021; plus a futher theatre in Wellington street. Here they are, with as much accessibility information as I can provide. Also provided is detail of visiting here, in a wheelchair, but useful for those like me who struggle to walk miles or lots […]

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Theatres in London 2021, and accessibility.

I visited the Guildhall recently, and returned with my wife at a later date. Part of this excellent day out included finding the London Planner magazine (0nline latest copy is here) which is full of very useful information for the average London visitor. I also found a good listing of the many theatres in London […]

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Accessible Visits to Londons museums in 2021

London is famous for its museums, most of which are free, and amazing. Keep coming back to check for updates on this article, as I am slowly adding detail. I live in London, and therefore should visit the museums more often than I do, but hey ho. Most of my trips start from Fenchurch street […]

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Public toilets in London in July 2021 – mostly in railway stations.

I struggled to find a toilet a couple of weeks ago whilst walking in London. I don’t walk very far, or fast, with about ten thousand steps currently being my absolute limit. I was managing less than two miles not that long ago; not everyone can walk for miles. Its irrelevant, but here are some […]

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Walking the invisible wall around London town – June 2021 – partially accessible walking tour.

I have been tracing the original Roman London wall around the city of London, and some parts of this are very easy to find, particularly near to the Tower of London, and the short stretch of the wall from here northwards towards Fenchurch street station. I also use maps old and new to explore what […]

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Chelsea war museum, and the London wall – accessible options

I visited the war museum in Chelsea today. It is just by Chelsea hospital where the Chelsea pensioners live, in Royal Hospital road. An incredibly good few hours spent taking in a lot of war history all tastefully set out in exhibitions over several floors. The facilities are excellent, and as it is a new […]

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