Festivities & Celebrations

Festivities & Celebrations

Christmas is two days away but shoppers across the UK are facing packed shopping floors and two-hour queues as the markets prepare for the biggest day of the year. Shoppers at the Marks and Spencer stores have shown shoppers...
Post boxes in the rural areas are being fitted with electronic tags so as to keep the criminals away from stealing them. There has been a practice for stealing the post boxes and sell them for £5,000 or more. Reports...
Authorities have banned selfie sticks and flagpoles from 2015’s T in the Park festival which is all set to begin in the next weekend. This will be the first year the music event will be held at the Strathallan...
BFI London Film Festival opens with Benedict Cumberbatch and Keira Knightly's The Imitation Game. British stars Benedict Cumberbatch and Keira Knightley kickstarted the 58th BFI London Film Festival, as they walked the red carpet for the European premiere of their...
Glastonbury festival 2015 ticket sales record - 120,000 tickets sold out in 26 minutes. Music fans across the world were saddened as tickets to the 2015 Glastonbury festival were completely sold out in record time. The tickets in the £225 slot...
Beer, beer and more beer! Munich's Oktober Fest 2014 kick starts its festivity. One of the largest beer festivals in the world - Munich's Oktober Fest - kicked off on September 20, 2014. The Bavarian capital claims to host a one...
The Irish government has allocated €500,000 to celebrate poet W B Yeats. In order to celebrate the 150th anniversary of Irish poet and Nobel laureate William Butler Yeats, the Irish Government has allocated €500,000. Designated as Yeats 2015, next year...
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