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Sheraton Grand London Park Lane Launches its Jazz Afternoon Tea

SEEN has heard that the Sheraton Grand London Hotel in Park Lane is launching a limited-edition Jazz Afternoon Tea this month, bringing to life its history and heritage through the sights and sounds of the 1920s. Launching on 30th April, to mark International Jazz Day, the ornately designed Themed Tea will be served in the hotel’s Palm Court, accompanied by live musical performances inspired by the golden era of jazz, during which the hotel first opened its doors.

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The Royal Albert Hall

The Royal Albert Hall is an icon of British culture. Opened in 1871 by Queen Victoria, Prince Albert (Queen Victoria’s husband) originally intended for the hall to be called The Central Hall, and its purpose was to promote the Arts and Sciences. When Prince Albert died in 1861, plans were temporarily halted, until Henry Cole rekindled Prince Albert’s vision. The design is inspired by Roman amphitheatres, a particular love of Cole’s. Queen Victoria renamed the hall in memory of her beloved husband; rumour has it that she was too emotional to speak at the inaugur

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The Barbican

The Barbican centre is located in the heart of the City of London, in the Barbican estate. Walking through the Barbican estate can be a little misleading, for the estate also houses over 4000 residents. This combination of residents and art creates a welcome embrace unexpectedly found in the financial district. The centre opened its doors in 1982 with the mission to become the biggest multicultural arts centre in Europe.