London A-Z – D is for Dictionary!

11 May , 2018 Culture,London's Best...,The Dictionary Hostel,Things To Do In London

It’s that time again, I know you’ve all been dying to know what would make the cut for this month’s London A-Z. Luckily May is an actually delightful month, full of devilishly fun events, activities and delicious delicacies! Spring is finally upon us after a pretty dreamy winter full of doom.

So, without further ado, here are all the delicious D’s of London for you to enjoy this month.

Dictionary Hostel
OBVIOUSLY. We are the best Dictionary around! And with our new bar/restaurant opened up, there is literally no reason you shouldn’t be down here partying with us today.
Book in now today and stay with us at the OG East London Hostel.

Want to see dance? Sadler’s Wells and The Place are for you!
Want to learn dance? Try Danceworks, Pineapple Studios and Frame!
Want to do some DANCING? Check out last months blog for our pick of London’s best clubs!

Take the overground from Shoreditch to Denmark Hill and then make your way down to leafy Dulwich. Visit the superb Dulwich Picture Gallery, have a look at the very weird and cool House of Dreams and stop in to have lunch and a drink at the dreamy East Dulwich Tavern! Its so leafy and pretty around there you’ll be almost shocked that you’re even still in London.

They’ve just been added to the AMAZING All Points East Lineup. They are a collaboration between James Murphy of LCD Soundsystem and David and Stephen Dewaele from Soulwax/2manydjs. You should go to All Point’s East. Because it’s the best lineup of any festival that’s ever happened in London. Lucky for you, we’re offering 10% off your stay if you’re coming for the festival with the code ALLPOINTSEAST. Book any room or bed 25-27 and keep the party going all weekend!

Docklands Light Railway
Do you like pretending to drive trains. GREAT! US TOO. This is the best public transport line in London. I am not kidding. It’s an elevated train line that has no driver. So YOU can sit at the very front of the train. It goes through East London down to the old docklands, which is now Canary Wharf. It’s pretty exciting. You can take it to the Thames Cable Car and make a day of unusual transport out of it!

Any park. Go to any park.
The English love their dogs. Just look at the Queen and her corgies. And visit the National Gallery to see some dogs in art. Or ask our #girlboss Eliska if she’s got the excellent Frida with her. Or text me and I’ll send you a photo of Cai.

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