Psychiatry Congress 2020 Meeting & Hospitality
“LONDON, THOU ART THE FLOWER OF CITIES ALL”, by WILLIAM DUNBAR. London is one of the most beautiful city in the world. London’s old pubs are some of the most beautiful buildings in the city and many have literary connections, having been frequented by the likes of Shakespeare, Dickens and Samuel Johnson. London’s West End is world-renowned, but the city is also home to a number of fringe theater, which put on left field productions across the city. Wilton’s is the oldest music hall in the world and its crumbling interior beautifully evokes an otherwise vanished past. Intimate concerts occasionally take place on the premises, but you can also take tours of the venue or prop up the bar for a drink. There’s an incredible amount of live music to be enjoyed across the city much of it for free. Kyoto garden in Holland Park is a beautiful place to escape the madness of London. history of the Thames through free exhibitions and walks 1-30 September. This month is your last chance to explore the lavish State Rooms of Buckingham Palace during its summer opening. Catch a film under the stars on a warm September evening with the Luna Cinema. The capital enjoys the last few weeks of summer in September, so the weather is normally still warm. The summer school holidays come to an end, the city welcomes an line-up of architecture, fashion and music festivals.