The vibrant district of Soho, in the West End of London, has been one of the capital’s main entertainment areas since the 19th century. Part of the City of Westminster, it boasts an exciting and fashionable combination of lively nightlife, fine dining and fascinating shops. Continue reading

Dick Turpin

Stand and deliver! Perhaps the most famous highwayman of all time, Dick Turpin is portrayed as a dashing and daring 18th century horseman who rode 190 miles from London to York on his mare, Black Bess. In fact, although Turpin existed, his famous ride was sadly fictional!

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Waiting for God

Often, the biggest laughs in sitcoms come from the oldest characters: think Uncle Albert in Only Fools and Horses, Nana in The Royle Family and Father Jack in Father Ted. So, when Waiting for God appeared on our screens in 1990 as a sitcom that revolved entirely around the lives of residents in a retirement home, we knew we were going to be in for plenty of laughs.

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