This weekend, the Southbank Centre plays host to the second annual Vogue Festival – offering two days worth of special events that should prove unmissable for any self-respecting fashionista.
Vogue … Continue reading →
Born in Andalusia, Spain in 1881 and spending most of his adult life in France, Pablo Picasso already enjoyed a towering reputation as one of the 20th century’s most brilliant … Continue reading →
The British Museum is one of the largest, most famous museums in the world, with a permanent collection of around eight million items and a programme of internationally important exhibitions … Continue reading →
From May through November this year, visitors to the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew will be treated to a totally unique, extraordinary new festival.
They’ll be able to take to … Continue reading →
Over the course of a successful and prolific career that lasted over six decades, Ansel Adams produced some of the world’s most iconic landscape photography and earned renown as one … Continue reading →
The Garden Museum is one of London’s finest venues for visitors wishing to learn about all things horticultural, and its permanent collections offer a fascinating glimpse into “the uniquely British … Continue reading →
Today (April 18th) sees the beginning of what promises to be a truly unique series of entomological events at the Wellcome Collection.
Featuring a densely packed programme of weird and … Continue reading →
This month, visitors to the Spitalfields area of east London have had the opportunity to learn all about the fascinating history of the place, thanks to the Huguenots of Spitalfields … Continue reading →
Catering people with its one hundred and twenty seven rooms, and located in the Mayfair area, the Park Lane London is a great 5 star hotel in London, the … Continue reading →
Kurt Schwitters was a German artist who fled the Nazi regime in 1940 and ultimately settled in Britain. A hero of the European avant-garde who flirted with dada and surrealism, … Continue reading →
Over the last few years, London’s vibrant coffee scene has gone from strength to strength – with some of the world’s best baristas, micro-roasteries and independent coffee shops to be … Continue reading →
April 26th is William Shakespeare’s birthday, and in celebration the Globe will be holding a whole day’s worth of family-friendly events this Sunday (April 21st).
This year the Globe is … Continue reading →