The Bloomsbury Hotel
- Telephone 020 73471000
- Website www.doylecollection.com/hotels/…
The Bloomsbury Hotel has 153 guest rooms and suites, all with Italian marble bathrooms. Drink and dine in the Landseer Restaurant and Bar or enjoy an afternoon tea in the Lutyens Lobby or on the Garden Terrace.
Afternoon tea at The Bloomsbury Hotel is a traditional affair, with 15 types of tea and all manner of sweet and savoury treats. Scones, teacakes and tarts are all on offer, as well as a tempting choice of sandwiches. Set in the regal splendour of The Bloomsbury Hotel, champagnes and sparkling wines are also available.
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- 105 min
- Directed by: Ivan Reitman
- Written by: Dan Aykroyd, Harold Ramis
- Cast: Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Sigourney Weaver, Harold Ramis, Rick Moranis
Three disgraced parapsychology researchers team up to fight spooks. An efficiently-managed plot, solid jokes, a cast let off the leash – Murray in particular – and thrilling and imaginative effects combine in a masterful balance of respect for the sci-fi genre and mockery of it; sly humour and wide-eyed wonder; star…
Irish Literary Society - Rattlebag Event
Our eclectic Rattlebag forum returns with the novelist Jess Kidd, poet Kimberly Campanello and academic Clare Walker Gore. Kidd's brilliantly original debut novel Himself is a gothic detective story set in 1970s Mayo with a cast of ghosts. Having been abandoned on the steps of an orphanage as an infant, lovable car thief…
Calling all lovebirds! Behind every great love is a great story, and The Notebook is the kind of sweep-you-off-your feet romance that will not disappoint, as Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams spark everlasting cinematic magic… a handsomely made, old fashioned love story where the guy says he'll love the girl until the…
On The London Irish Poetic Tradition
The Irish Literary Society teams up with RTE's Poetry Programme to reflect on the London-Irish poetic tradition. Presenter Rick O'Shea talks to the ILS President Bernard O'Donoghue, and Vice President Roy Foster and a panel of poets about the work and reception of Irish poets in London and how the city shaped those…