Now in its fourth year, the Pick Me Up graphic arts festival will be returning to Somerset House this week – offering visitors a formidable showcase of the very best … Continue reading →
April sees the Sony World Photography Awards coming to London for the third time since relocating from Cannes in 2011, and Somerset House will be holding an exhibition of works … Continue reading →
Since 2001, April has been the month that sees the very finest contemporary musicians from South America, Spain and Portugal congregate in London for the La Linea festival, and 2013 … Continue reading →
American pop artist Roy Lichtenstein is famed for his works based on comic strips and advertising imagery. This has been on display at the Tate Modern since February and people … Continue reading →
The Museum of London Docklands will be playing host to a special new exhibition from next month.
Entitled Estuary, the works bring together pieces from 12 artists that have all … Continue reading →
Travelling has been a great experience for all of us—partly because of its educational value, partly for the aesthetic purpose. The pros and cons are important however for travelling. Especially … Continue reading →
It has been confirmed that Prince Harry will be presenting the winners’ prizes at this year’s 2013 Virgin London Marathon. Indeed, the royal will be at the end of the … Continue reading →
The Tony Award-winning musical adaptation of the low-budget Irish film sensation Once has finally opened up on the West End to a brilliant reception. There were a number of critics … Continue reading →
A stage adaptation of the classic award-winning novel written by Harper Lee – To Kill A Mockingbird – will be put on at London’s Open Air Theatre in Regent’s Park … Continue reading →
The latest exhibition on show at the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum is set to go on show later this month. It will feature fascinating French memorabilia dating all the way … Continue reading →
The Donmar Warehouse is set to play host to the first major revival of Conor McPherson’s haunting modern masterpiece The Weir from later this month.
Upon its premiere in 1997, … Continue reading →
Mamma Mia! celebrated its 14th birthday on the West End this weekend just gone (April 5th) and the occasion was marked perfectly by the news that it has now been … Continue reading →