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Holburn is a lively area in the centre of London with a variety of shops, hotels, bars, clubs, restaurants and theatres. It's a great place to stay if visiting some of London's famous sights and has its own underground station making it easy to get in to the city centre which is just a mile or two away.

Whether you are a resident or a visitor this would be the perfect location to meet with one of the gorgeous and sexy Holburn escorts. If you are feeling lonely and would like some company for the evening then just pick up the phone and call Diamond Escorts, London's no 1 agency. They have a great selection of English and International ladies of all shapes and sizes that can come and visit you at home or in your hotel. You can discuss the type of Holburn escort you would like to see with the friendly receptionists and once you have made your choice she can be knocking at your door within forty five minutes, ready to pamper and entertain you all night long.

If you are looking to have a fun day out with your Holburn escort then there are many interesting places that you can visit. Why not go to the Ripley's believe it or not museum? You will be simply amazed at all the strange and weird exhibitions and displays. Or visit The Cartoon Museum where you can learn the history of animation throughout the ages.

Ask about the Holburn escorts that love to party. These ladies make the perfect companions on an evening out. They love to have a few drinks and dance the night away. Head to Guanabara, London's largest Brazilian nightclub where the party lasts until the early hours. This is a great night out full of dancing, drinking and having fun.

If you want to enjoy a quiet and intimate meal with your Holburn escort then head to Pearl Restaurant which is one of London's most exquisite dining rooms. You can enjoy the dishes from the delightful French menu and some fine wine from the extensive list. If you would prefer a nice hot curry then head to Moti Mahal where you can enjoy some delicious Indian specialties.

The Holburn escorts are compassionate, considerate and discreet and always put the needs of their clients before their own. Nothing is too much trouble for these sweet natured ladies and they are totally dedicated to providing you with a naughty one on one personal service.

Below you will find a list of venues where your Holborn escort will be more than happy to visit and offer you that very special memorable evening of exceptional enjoyment which we are certain you will remember for a very long time.

What to See in Holborn

The Cartoon Museum

The Cartoon Museum

The Cartoon Museum is a charitable organisation committed to establishing a permanent centre, gallery and public exhibition open all year round for the cartoon arts, cartoons, caricatures, comics and animation. In the direction of that goal the Trust has built up an impressive collection of cartoon art and is still seeking further donations. A key part of the Trusts work is the organisation and assisting with, touring exhibitions, the Trust also coordinate cartoon and animation classes for children, runs fairs, and plays host to the annual Cartoon Art Trust cartoon awards, now in their eighth year, including a programme of lectures and events.

Museums of cartoon art have opened abroad, where other countries have recognised the importance cartoons play in society, whether they are judged as records, conveying the spirit of the period, as works of art, or simply as jokes, cartoons an integral part of our lives today. The finest cartoons are works of art in there own rites: in their original form they have propinquity, and often much subtlety of observation and technique, which is invariably lost in there reproduction.

The Trust already holds over 700 fine drawings, which have been catalogued, given a conservation rating and digitally photographed by professional conservators. CAT has recently raised funding for its first curator and continues to strengthen its collection with archive material, sketches, photographs and a comprehensive library of over 2000 books, by, and about, cartoonists and caricaturists.

Sir John Soane's Museum

Sir John Soane's Museum

The architect Sir John Soane's house, museum and library at No. 13 Lincoln's Inn Fields and been a public museum since the early part of the 19th century. Soane knocked down and rebuilt three houses in succession on the north side of Lincoln's Inn Fields. He began with No. 12 between 1792 and 1794, moving on to No. 13, re-built in two phases in 1808-9 and 1812, and concluding with No. 14, rebuilt in 1823-24.

On his appointment as Professor of Architecture at the Royal Academy in 1806 Soane began to arrange Books, casts and models in order that the students might have the benefit of easy access to them and proposed opening his house for the use of the Royal Academy students the day before and the day after each of his lectures. By 1827, John Britton published the first description of the Museum; Soane's collection was being referred to as an Academy of Architecture.

In 1833 Soane negotiated an Act of Parliament to settle and preserve the house and collection for the benefit of amateurs and students in architecture, painting and sculpture. On his death in 1837 the Act came into force, vesting the Museum in a board of Trustees who were to continue to uphold Soane's own aims and objectives.

Ripley’s Believe or Not Emporium

Ripley’s Believe or Not Emporium

Robert Leroy Ripley, the man who fashioned the phrase Believe It or Not is an icon in the world of cartoon art and the founder of an entertainment empire based on the premise that truth is stranger than fiction.

In early January 1913 Ripley had a first illustration released in the New York Globe and Commercial Advertiser. He put together a series of small sketches entitled Champs and Chumps which included sketches such as A. Forrester of Toronto ran 100 yards backwards in 14 seconds, and SD See hopped 100 yards in 11 seconds. Disappointed with these works, Ripley scratched out the original title and inserted the coined phrase, Believe It or Not across the top. Amazingly, the cartoon was hailed by the public as revolutionary making Ripley an overnight sensation.

Hereafter, his life was dedicated to travel which was an obsession although it provided a means of increasing his fame. He reported and experienced unbelievable things in exotic locations the majority of his readers would never get to travel to, and he would expand his daily cartoon subject matter from sports oddities to Believe it or Not’s.

Returning to New York in 1923, The New York Globe newspaper which employed him, folded. Ripley was soon approached to produce a Believe It or Not book. More than 500,000 copies were sold and in the eighteen months following publication of the first Believe It or Not book, made Ripley more than
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million. He was the first cartoonist to become a millionaire and, in 1936, was voted the most popular man in America by newspaper readers across the country.

Robert Ripley displayed his collection of objects from all over the world to the public for the first time at the Chicago World’s Fair in 1933 - it attracted nearly 2 million visitors.

The 1930s and 1940s were a period of excellence for Ripley. His doting public flocked to concert halls and theatres to hear his lectures and see his films. In 1948, he created a television pilot based on one of his radio shows. The pilot was such a success it became the basis for one of the very first weekly television series.

In 1949, Ripley had a heart attack and sadly died just three days later. He was 55.

Restaurants in Holborn

Pearl Restaurant

Pearl Restaurant

Pearl Restaurant is one of London’s most enchanting dining rooms. From the moment clientele walk in to the restaurant, the venue radiates opulence with streams of hand-strung pearls, pearl chandeliers and walnut interior, the atmosphere is very relaxed and welcoming.

An invigorating modern French menu changes seasonally in tune with the available and freshly obtained produce, and is complemented by the stunning surroundings of the restaurant. Pearl’s award-winning wine list features over 200 wines stored in the expertly crafted and purpose designed wine cellar.

The highly trained and meticulous staff attend table with a regimented but, friendly approach, ensuring the clientele are put at ease and pampered to the ultimate extremes, making a visit to this beautifully appointed Restaurant a memorable occasion.

Moti Mahal

Moti Mahal

When Moti Mahal first opened its doors in Delhi in 1959, the restaurant was an instant success. Regular Visitors included India’s first Prime Minister, Jawahalal Nehru, his daughter Indira Ghandi as well as the Kennedys. At that point in time, it was amid a handful of exceptional dining establishments in India. The Restaurant lays claim to being one of the first to bring in and use commercially the tandoor oven.

With the opening of the London outpost in 2005, Moti Mahal has ascribed to the rising trend of Indian gastronomic venues in the British capital. Since 2005 Moti Mahal has been unswervingly rated among the top five related establishments in London with its Delhi-born owner operating as head chef since the restaurant’s inauguration.

Moti Mahal offers a relaxed, authentic Tandoori, gastronomic Indian restaurant in the heart of London’s West End. Offering a varied and excellent array of authentic Indian cuisine served in serene surroundings, by helpful and friendly staff. Whether it’s for lunch or dinner, we invite you to enjoy the chef and his staff and the highly acclaimed and celebrated menus inspired by a life-long passion for the cuisines of India’s Grand Trunk Road.

Shanghai Blues

Shanghai Blues

Experience urbane fine dining excellence in an Oriental Heavenly setting located in the heart of the bustling Capital, close to all of the main attractions and sitting in London’s Theatre district.

Shanghai Blues is positioned in High Holborn located in a Grade II listed building formerly Holborn Hall. This establishment played host to the St Giles library. Its position places the venue within easy walking distance of the ever popular Convent Garden and the hustle and bustle of one of the capitals highlights, Soho. Suave, in vogue yet discreet, Shanghai Blues restaurant and bar is the superlative venue for that important lunch meeting, being located close to the financial hub of the city, a tranquil afternoon tea or fun-filled dinner Party.

The Restaurant is divided up into five distinct areas, delivering the feelings of space whilst offering luxury that is palpable throughout the venue. The bar is a perfect setting for pre-dinner drinks while the mezzanine lounge is idyllic for cocktails and canapés. The Silk dining room invites diners for a luxurious meal, whilst the Tea dining room is great for those smaller and more intimate gatherings. The private dining room welcomes those guests who are after privacy.

At Shanghai Blues, the owner and staff believe in offering the highest standards of food and service providing a inimitable and cherished dining experience. The attentive and professional staff take great pride and self satisfaction in looking after each and every guest throughout their time at Shanghai Blues. Clientele can relax and laze over there meal without feeling rushed.


My Old Dutch

My Old Dutch

The original pancake house which was established and opened in 1958 was situated conveniently between the West End, Covent Garden & the City, an ideal location for this new venture.

My Old Dutch offers savoury and sweet pancakes as well as a selection of salads, traditional Dutch starters and deserts from its kitchens, all served with tender and loving care by the highly responsive staff at this venue.

The atmosphere is welcoming, warm, and friendly and relaxed which makes it a great venue to come along to and enjoy some really great and comforting food.

Edokko Japanese Restaurant

Edokko Japanese Restaurant

A self-effacing and unobtrusive adjunct to Red Lion Street, Edokko is the idyllic setting for clientele who like their Japanese food authentic, traditional and rustic, but without occidental concession.

The interior a small room simply fitted out with blond and dark aesthetic woods comprises of a six-person sushi bar counter and three tiny closets. The menu on offer comes with minimal explanation and portrays a shortfall of detail, plainly aimed at those discerning diners who know their way around the mainstays of Japanese cuisine. The delectable offers come in the form of sushi, sashimi, tempura, noodles and grills.

During the lunchtime period, there are bento boxes, while the dinner menu mixes everyday dishes which include popular favourites such as, beef teriyaki and grilled eel, with ostentatious items including, black cod in saikyo miso, or sea urchin sushi, for instance.

Don’t neglect the specials, which may include stir-fried belly pork & bean sprouts with a chilli & garlic sauce. Edokko also provides fantastic takeaway sushi options for those on the move.

Entertainment in Holborn

The Red Rooms Gentlemen's Club

The Red Rooms Gentlemen's Club

The Red Rooms Gentleman’s Club is an independent institution situated in the heart of Holborn. The venue has everything, as a guest, you would expect from a sophisticated gentleman’s club. Boasting about the plush, vibrant and luxurious interior the club has recently been enhanced by the addition of a stunningly selected new VIP floor.

What sets The Red Rooms apart from the competition is the relaxed and informal atmosphere which has been created within the club. Discerning clientele include city gentlemen relaxing after a stressful day at the office, or entertaining there clients. The Red Rooms Gentleman’s club is also delighted to welcome a growing number of ladies looking for a more audacious and sophisticated night out.

The club’s resident dancers never fail to impress, clad in elegant long evening wear until the bell tolls midnight. As the night unfurls the mood changes and our dancers reveal seductive lingerie and temp you with a dazzling display of acrobatics and sensuality, either on the pole, or in one of the VIP areas.



Guanabara is London’s largest Brazilian late night venue, the land of Sea, Sun and Fun. The venue is open 7 nights a week and boasts fantastic DJs, live acts and lots and lots of dancing – you’ll always see something new at Guanabara, from acts to menus to great drinks.

The name comes from the Tupi-Guarani language and translates to a world renown and famous bay in Rio de Janeiro, the gateway to the home of blazing extremes, beach beauty’s and the enigma that is unmistakeably Brazil.

A cultural mix that embraces the playground of Copacabana beach, where the sidewalks are patterned swells of black and white marble, to the hillsides of Favela rising behind; from famous Ipanema beach and its high rise apartments, hustle and bustle to the Sugar Loaf and Jurujuba beach.

Guanabara is the environment where all come to eat, drink and play.

Brazil is not just Latin music and salsa lessons, Brazil is more than carnival and football its an excuse to live life to the full and enjoy the passion and friendliness of its people, culture and all that is Brazil.

Tel. 0207 242 8600

New London Theatre

New London Theatre

Although the New London Theatre is a modern building entertainment has been performed on the site since Elizabethan times. The tradition of live theatre has carried on ever since, where London’s adoring public has been entertained with some of the most lavish productions in the capital.

The first production in the current building was a television recording of Marlene Dietrich’s one-woman show and the first fully staged production was The Unknown Soldier and his Wife in 1973, written by and starring Peter Ustinov.

Subsequent productions include Grease with Richard Gere, Bruce Forsyth’s one-man show and Sheila Hancock in Deja Revue, which have all received fantastic acclaim. The theatre has always prided itself on delivering great productions in keeping with the very best that London theatre-Land has to offer, with amazing casts and vibrant productions directed by some of the best directors around.

1981 saw the debut of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical Cats starring Elaine Paige, Brian Blessed, Wayne Sleep, Paul Nicholas, Sarah Brightman and Bonnie Langford. This highly awaited event was directed by Trevor Nunn with choreography by Gillian Lynne. The show ran for 21 years and attracted a cult following.

Umoja, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Blue Man Group and Gone with the Wind have subsequently played at the theatre to high acclaim and have all escorted superlative following.



Tamarai is an acclaimed pan Asian restaurant, with the added bonus of a late bar and club and is celebrated as one of London’s most stylish venues earning the award for the best late night bar in UK at the Theme Bar & Restaurant Awards 2008.

The original concept for this venue was as a hybrid hub for entertaining the population of London and its many visitors, a design evolution which appears to have received much praise. Tamarai makes a superb transformation, seamlessly, from a fine dining restaurant to a post 11 pm late night bar with an in house DJ and Video Jockey and a late night license till 3 a.m. on Friday and Saturday nights. A great venue for that special celebration or just as a treat with friends or colleagues.

Patrons can enjoy the spectacular and critically acclaimed pan Asian cuisine by the restaurants Master Chef which is complemented with an extensive wine list by Charles Metcalfe, all culminating in a fantastic even of enjoyment.

Mob: 07809 866 167

Big Night Out

Big Night Out

Big Night Out, located in Covent Garden announces a new era of Premium Comedy Entertainment for the capital. Forget the traditional locales, rooms above pubs or being squashed into converted nightclubs; forget cheap food and jostling for space at the bar. At Big Night Out Covent Garden you enter into a magical world of luxury, purposefully created with a discerning audience in mind.

The Executive Chef has fashioned a mouth-watering menu of the world’s finest cuisine. The Club finds the finest and funniest comedians, hand picked form established acts such as Big Night Out favourite Bob Mills, Perrier Nominees Adam Bloom and Terry Alderton plus Royal Variety Star Hal Cruttenden and many many more famous faces from TV. The comics have a superb time, which means you as one of the club’s clients do too – the only outcome is a win, win scenario for all.

The Venue are proud to say that they believe this is the most upmarket venue for comedy in the country. In fact, Big Night Out is so confident of the nights run, the Club will refund your money if you’re not totally delighted.

After the show has climaxed why not stay and enjoy the wonderful surroundings and late drinking in The Lounge Bar, alternatively use your ticket to gain admittance to one of the local nightclubs as part of a reciprocation offer.

Where to Stay in Holborn

Kingsway Hall Hotel

Kingsway Hall Hotel

The Kingsway Hall Hotel boasts elegant four-star deluxe luxury, and more importantly it is situated in the heart of London’s Covent Garden, offering ease of access to all the major mainline train stations of the capital. The Hotel is situated ideally to provide superb access to the all of London’s most popular attractions, making, spending time in the city an enjoyable and simplistic experience.

The hotel boasts accommodation of 170 pristine bedrooms, all of which come with full air-conditioning, broadband access, as well as comprehensive television offerings as standard.

The hotel Lounge bar, complimented by the fantastic Harlequin restaurant are perfect settings to take pleasure in a drink, maybe, afternoon tea or purely a delightful pre theatre dinner. The Harlequin restaurant is a dazzling restaurant located in the nucleus of London’s Covent Garden WC2. The restaurant can cater for up to 150 diners and proffers afternoon tea, an A la Carte and pre theatre dinner unlike any other Covent Garden restaurant.

Leisure time is important, as a visitor to the capital you may want to spend time shopping in Britain’s most chic spots like Covent Garden or Oxford Street. Alternatively you could absorb yourself in culture and visit attractions like the London Eye, the British Museum or Theatre land. London has many famed Restaurants enabling you to dine out in some of the best eateries the cap[ital has to offer. You may just prefer to take things easy, and make the most of the hotels fitness centre, by relaxing in the Jacuzzi and steam rooms.

Grange Holborn Hotel

Grange Holborn Hotel

Looming on the horizon and gaining a reputation as a London landmark, the Grange Holborn Hotel is impeccably located standing at the cross-roads of London's renowned West End and the City. The gracefully poised Grange Holborn Hotel is uniquely positioned to meet the most discerning visitor’s requirements to the capital.

Whether enjoying the local theatres and there many shows, the shops and designer outlets, museums, most of which are free, galleries or the open spaces and parklands, the capital is a great place to visit. The business community can maximize there time in the financial heart of the City which makes the Grange Holborn Hotel, the perfect location for any visit to London.

The hotel offers the spacious and elegant Constellations restaurant which has been invitingly furnished and takes pride in its service of modern international cuisine complement by the discreet and personal service on offer. The Hermes Lounge Bar offers cocktails and other beverages together with variety of snacks and light meals throughout the day and evening.

The bedrooms are spacious and with furniture that has been created to a detailed specification, and hand carved in solid rosewood. All bedrooms are flooded with natural light; many with panoramic views across Central London. Each room is strikingly appointed and contains all of the modern requirements expected of a establishment of this calibre.

Renaissance London Chancery Court Hotel

Renaissance London Chancery Court Hotel

Positioned in Holborn a brief walk from the retail outlets and theatres of the West End and within close proximity to the River Thames and the City, the financial hub of the capital. The Renaissance London Chancery Court Hotel is perfectly located to accommodate today’s business and leisure guests alike.

Situated in a historically import landmark building, the hotel boasts some of the most spacious guest rooms in London, all featuring new luxury bedding. Getaway to the hotel's award-winning day spa, the home to a gold-leafed relaxation room, alternatively, benefit from the fully equipped Fitness Centre on site.

The Destination restaurant and bar, Pearl, showcases the modern French cuisine of Jun Tanaka paired with an extensive wine list is a must to visit during any stay. The Renaissance London Chancery Court Hotel is an inspiring venue for meetings, events and weddings small or large, offering a spectacular 11,724 square-foot meeting and conference facility.

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