London is a city that is noted for being home to some of the best live entertainment on offer anywhere in the world. Regardless of whether you're keen to enjoy top-class sporting action, great theatre entertainment, stand-up comedy or just about anything else in between, you be able to enjoy it in shed loads in this dynamic city.
Indeed, there are few, if any, places in the world that boast the same range of attractions and so if you're determined to enjoy a break to remember, you'd be well advised to head to the UK capital, where there is always loads to see and enjoy.
Every night of the week, various shows are staged in London's West End and while tickets can be expensive, it is definitely worth the cost given how entertaining and humourous some of the best ones can be. For instance, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels and The Book of Moron are both popular shows currently being in the capital and ought to rank high on your must-do list of activities.
However, there is, perhaps, no destination that offers the same range of attractions as the O2 Arena, which is among the best indoor venues in the world. Located in Greenwich, the O2 stages all sort of events - and here are some of the best in the coming months.
Undoubtedly among the biggest stars on Earth, Katy Perry has enjoyed amazing success over the last few years.
And she is due to appear at the O2 later this month, when she will be performing tunes from her new album entitled Prism, which features popular hits like Roar. "PRISM has already been certified Gold (100,000 sales) in the UK and globally the album is a smash shooting to No. 1 on iTunes charts in 90 markets around the world," organisers explained.
Katy is known for being a very energetic and enthusiastic liver performer - and this promises to be a show to remember for fans of the US singer.
ATP World Tour Finals
For tennis fans in the UK, this is the best event after Wimbeldon, as it attracts all of the top names from the sport, including Britain's Andy Murray and Spanish superstar Rafael Nadal.
Murray, of course, will be hoping that by the time the event rolls round he will have retained his Wimbledon crown, which he won in dramatic fashion in 2013.
However, he will also face stiff competition from the like of Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic, among others.
England v Italy World Cup screening
Football fans in the UK are already looking forward to watching the upcoming tournament and perhaps the most eagerly-awaited game of the group stage is England's match with Italy.
It is a repeat of England's last game at the European championships will be an interesting barometer of how far they have come in the subsequent years. There's also certain to be great atmosphere inside the O2, too, where you can also enjoy a beer or some great food.