It is rather a patriotic time for the UK, with the London 2012 Olympics taking the nation by storm last year, the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee also in 2012, the 60th … Continue reading →
Fans of William Shakespeare have plenty of opportunities to enjoy the Bard’s plays in London this summer. If good weather persists, one of the most attractive is sure to be … Continue reading →
Macbeth is one of William Shakespeare’s darkest and bloodiest plays, spinning an intricate yarn of murder, betrayal and paranoia. Fans of the Bard’s tragedies, then, should be pleased to hear … Continue reading →
Abandoman is a multi-award winning troupe that is an incredible hip-hop impro team that creates impromptu raps and songs from a few suggestions of the audience with amazing and sometimes … Continue reading →
The first ever British Animation Film Festival took place in 2012 and was a sell-out success, so this year’s expanded follow-up – which takes place on Sunday (June 23rd) – … Continue reading →
This week, London hosts the Open City Doc Fest – a major festival celebrating the art of documentary filmmaking, as practised by some of the world’s finest contemporary directors.
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East London has always been known for its excellence in arts, culture, music and brilliant markets. Considerable amount of transformation of the once-forlorn boroughs of Tower Hamlets, Hackney and Newham … Continue reading →
The East London Comics and Arts Festival (ELCAF) 2013 is just around the corner and if last year’s inaugural edition is anything to go by, it’ll be a spectacular showcase … Continue reading →
Back in 2007, Russian historian Sergey Nikitin founded the Velonotte International – a series of nocturnal bicycle tours of the world’s greatest cities, exploring their unique cultures and histories.
The … Continue reading →
Somerset House is one of London’s biggest cultural centres, housing institutions like the Courtauld Gallery and no shortage of temporary exhibitions and festivals. In the summer, it’s also home to … Continue reading →
For those wishing to explore England’s resplendent royal residences, visiting Windsor Castle is well worth the short trip from central London. Starting this weekend, the palace will also serve as … Continue reading →
Enthusiasts of art, design and antiques are expected to flock to the grounds of the Royal Chelsea Hospital later this month for Masterpiece London 2013 – one of the capital’s … Continue reading →