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It’s that time of year again. It’s time for us to put to rest all the speculation of who will headline Glastonbury this year, at least until the time comes to speculate about who will headline next year. At a recent concert at the O2,...Show More Summary
Warning: Contains British obscenities. Have you ever wanted to tell your boss where to stick it? Why not try adopting some of these fabulous British swear words. Laurence Brown presents 7 British swear words Americans should use at work. The post 7 British Swear Words Americans Should Use At Work – YouTube appeared first on Anglotopia.net.
This week we have a very special new design. Next month HM The Queen celebrates her 90th birthday and there will be special celebrations and parties all over Britain to mark the occasion. We’ve created this special design available for just a limited time as a tribute. Show More Summary
Sports are one of life’s greatest diversions. Whether you’re an athlete or a spectator, there’s a certain thrill inherent in competition and pushing oneself to the limit. But in a break between seasons or when your favourite team isn’t...Show More Summary
Pink Floyd fans may remember their 1972 concert film Live at Pompeii. It was during the tail end of their years of doubt, the era that came between Syd Barrett being let go and their finally coming out with Dark Side of the Moon. They...Show More Summary
This looks interesting! About the film: There’s a new world coming. Watch the new trailer for Tim Burton’s Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children, in theaters September 2016. #StayPeculiar From visionary director Tim Burton, and based upon the best-selling novel, comes an unforgettable motion picture experience. Show More Summary
As we get older, our trips to Britain have been less about how many souvenirs we can cram into our suitcase and more about the experiences we can have. We’ve had some truly wonderful ones – from experiencing the Diamond Jubilee in person,...Show More Summary
This was a fascinating video so I thought it was worth sharing. How far back in time can you go before you don’t understand ‘English?’ The answer may surprise you. The post English Language: How far back in time could you go and still understand English? appeared first on Anglotopia.net.
We wouldn’t normally put up an article about airline route news. But as we are based outside of Chicago we’re really excited about this bit of news. American Airlines, which operates a direct flight from Chicago to Manchester are finally upgrading their older planes on the route to the brand new Boeing 787 Dreamliner. Show More Summary
Editor’s Note: As many of you may have noticed, we had a currency converter widget in our sidebar that allowed you to quickly and easily see current exchanges rates in the UK. Moneycorp approached us about partnering together and part of that partnership is this post introducing them to you guys. Show More Summary
If you’ve ever dreamed of a true Anglophile experience, you’ll have probably considered what it would be like to live in your own castle. Perhaps a roaring fire, thick stone walls bearing a family crest and four-poster beds so soft you can sink in them. Show More Summary
One of the world’s most prolific landscape architects, Lancelot “Capability” Brown left his mark on Britain in the 18th Century. During his career, Brown touched the landscapes of many locations in a way that is still visible today. ...Show More Summary
I remember that when I first auditioned for this music column on Anglotopia, I wrote a story about the revelation that the Stone Roses would finally record a third album. Unfortunately, that was in the Summer of 2012 and we still have yet to hear what it’s like. Show More Summary
I understand that I’ve been posting quite a few obituaries in the past few months, and I suppose this may be due to a combination of A) My taste in rock leaning far more towards classic than not, and B) Not much happening in the British music world. I also understand that, when compared to […] The post Brit Music: RIP Keith Emerson, 1944-2016 appeared first on Anglotopia.net.
It’s hard to believe that our trip was almost 3 weeks ago now. It feels like it was yesterday and we can’t wait to go back. We thought it would be fun to share our 10 best experiences from the trip. It might give you some ideas for your next trip. Show More Summary
This week’s new designs are now live over at Anglotees.com. First up is a tribute to those who have love for both there home in America and for Britain as well. The second design is a tribute to all the wonderful things about springtime in England that we love. Show More Summary
Sniff Sniff. Downton Abbey has finally left our screens after 6 great years of British Drama. Not everyone loved the show but at one point was one of the most popular British dramas on the planet and that is no mean feat. We loved the show ourselves and we’re sad to see it gone. Show More Summary
If you’re a Beatles fan, you probably can’t go too far in looking at their history without being familiar with the name George Martin. Virtually every song the Beatles recorded (except for the ones recorded during the Let it Be sessions) bears his master touch. Show More Summary
I began writing about our recent trip to Britain last week and clued you in on how we got a great hotel deal and where we ate. This week I thought I’d share how we got a great deal on our airfares and then got upgraded but also giveShow More Summary
He “robbed from the rich and gave to the poor”–or so the legend tells us. Together with his band of Merry Men, the heroic figure of Robin Hood fought the Sheriff of Nottingham, Sir Guy of Gisborne, and even King John himself, stealing...Show More Summary