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16 ROYAL MUSEUMS GREENWICH Royal Museums Greenwich is home to the Royal Observatory, Cutty Sark, National Maritime Museum and the Queen’s House. For any visitors to London, it is a must-see. A top-10 visitor attraction, Royal Museums Greenwich is the place to discover sea and space exploration, British heritage, royal history, art and pioneering architecture. The four landmark attractions are located within the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Maritime Greenwich, one of London’s most charming areas. Stand astride the world-famous Meridian line at the home of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) at the Royal Observatory. Discover the attraction’s rich history, from its royal heritage to its aweinspiring Harrison clocks, all set within Greenwich Park. Climb on board Cutty Sark, the world’s sole-surviving tea clipper, celebrated for its record-breaking passages around the globe. Meet the crew and experience what it was like at sea (pictured). At the heart of Greenwich is the Queen’s House, a beautiful royal villa designed by Inigo Jones and Britain’s first classical building, a pioneering masterpiece of 17th-century architecture. Today, you can enjoy the spectacular art, architecture and royal history. The National Maritime Museum, the world’s largest museum of its kind, is Queen’s House Greenwich. located next to the Queen’s House and appeals to visitors of all ages. Don’t miss the actual uniform Admiral Nelson was wearing when wounded at the Battle of Trafalgar and Yinka Shonibare’s replica of Nelson’s HMS Victory, Ship in a Bottle. Greenwich is a great day out and there are plenty of cafés to rest your feet during your exploration. The Parkside Café and Terrace is a perfect spot to enjoy the views of Greenwich Park or indulge in an afternoon tea underneath Cutty Sark, the ship built to bring tea to Britain. Greenwich is easy to reach by DLR or, for those wanting to experience a more scenic route, take a boat trip along the River Thames. Save online and purchase the best value ticket, the Day Explorer, at INAUGURAL GALA EVENING AT OPERA HOLLAND PARK On 31 July, SWAP’ra, a newlyestablished charitable organisation supporting women and parents in the world of opera, will present its inaugural gala concert at Opera Holland Park. Highlights of the event include Mary Bevan, Janis Kelly and Diana Montague performing a scene from Der Rosenkavalier; Jennifer Johnston and Lee Bisset performing a scene from Rape of Lucretia; Anne Sophie Duprels and Catherine Wyn-Rogers performing the ‘Angelica and Principessa’ duet from Puccini’s Suor Angelica; and Madeleine Pierard and Catherine Carby performing ‘Mira, O Norma’ from Bellini’s Norma. The evening is a celebration of the incredible wealth of female talent in the opera industry. A series of semi-staged scenes conducted, directed, performed and accompanied by some of the UK’s best-loved artists, will feature music from opera favourites such as Mozart’s Le nozze di Figaro, Puccini’s Madama Butterfly, and Tchaikovsky’s Eugene Onegin as well as contemporary work by female composers Elena Langer, Roxanna Panufnik and Josephine Stephenson. The gala will showcase nearly forty soloists, from rising-stars to some of the leading figures in opera. t h i s i s l o n d o n m a g a z i n e • t h i s i s l o n d o n o n l i n e


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