The evening will begin with a Wine Tasting with Sommelier Sunaina Sinah and will continue with a story telling by Seema Anand, in the beautiful courtyard at Taj Buckingham Gate.
Seema Anand is a visiting lecturer and storyteller at Universities, the British Museum and the British Library. Seema was recently invited to speak on TED talks on the philosophy of ' The Art of Seduction' of which, she will share some of the secrets with those attending.
As darkness falls, the sorceress begins to weave her magic...
Seema will be telling stories from the Tilism-e-Hoshruba (Land of the Enchanted Senses), part of the larger 17th century epic The Hamza Nama, written and illustrated for Emperor Akbar.
The Tilism is an enchanted land created by magic and ruled by magicians, where sorcerer vie for power and wizardry, sorcery, seduction and deceit are all in a day's work.
Beautifully descriptive, hilariously funny and unashamedly seductive - it is a unique masterpiece of narrative traditions.
Presented by the Third Eye UK, created by Seema Anand and Sangeeta Talukdar as a platform for explore the philosophies and mythologies of the Indic regions.
The magic will also be conducted by our one and only Suhel Seth, who will play the role of master sorcerer for the evening.
Tickets are very limited and can be bought right here now
The ever popular Eton SuperSprint triathlons are back! This is a fantastic opportunity to fundraise for Pratham UK at the fantastic Dorney Lake, one of the venues for the 2012 Olympic Games.
Each race starts with a 400m open water swim in the clear, clean waters of the rowing lake before taking to the closed, flat road circuit for a 4-lap bike course covering 20k. The final 5k run follows a 2 lap loop along the side of the rowing tank on tarmac paths.
If you want to get involved then please drop us a line at email@example.com
THE LONDON 10k 2013
THE BRITISH 10K LONDON RUN IS STAGED ON THE WORLD'S GREATEST ROAD RACE ROUTE THROUGH THE HEART OF CENTRAL LONDON PASSING MANY OF THE CAPITAL'S TRULY WORLD CLASS HISTORIC LANDMARKS.
Starting on Piccadilly outside The Guards & Calvary Club, runners will pass the new WW2 Bomber Command Memorial which was unveiled by HM Queen Elizabeth 11 in June 2012, two weeks prior to The British 10k London Run in Diamond Jubilee Olympic year with Wellington Arch at Hyde Park Corner as backdrop.
Runners will pass The Ritz, St. James's Palace, Trafalgar Square, the magnificent St. Paul's Cathedral, the unique London Eye, the worlds most famous clock Big Ben, the British Houses of Parliament, the historic Westminster Abbey before finishing on Whitehall (the portal of British Government) at the junction of Royal Horse Guards and Banqueting House after passing Downing Street (the official London residence of British Prime Ministers) and The Cenotaph, the national memorial to those who made the ultimate sacrifice for their country.