Tag Archives: London

Office Party – The show that’s a party

Depending on your point of view and your general level of ill-feeling towards your co-workers, annual work parties are either the highlight of your social calendar or your own personal vision of hell. Held at the head office of ‘Product … Continue reading

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Dennis Severs’ House: a magical journey into the past

Two streets away, Liverpool Street Station swirls with grim-faced commuters; in the pub opposite, early drinkers dissect the working day over pints of lager, and a short stroll west, City traders still stare, transfixed, at banks of screens as share … Continue reading

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Degas and the Ballet: Picturing Movement

The Royal Academy in London finishes the year with the exhibition, Degas and the Ballet: Picturing Movement. The exhibition showcases the work of Edgar Degas from 1870 onwards, when the artist focused on the world of ballet and ballerinas and … Continue reading

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London International Animation Festival

Director / Animator: Daniela Negrin Celebrating an impressive range of work from all over the world, the London International Animation Festival is back for its 8th year in a brand new home at the Barbican. This is the largest UK … Continue reading

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Vintage at Southbank Centre

This weekend, dust off your dancing shoes and slick your quiff because designers Wayne and Gerardine Hemingway are bringing their award winning Vintage festival to the mighty Southbank Centre in London. Held over three days, the festival celebrates art, music, … Continue reading

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Headless mummy hangs out at London university

It turns out that one of London’s mummies is the daddy of everything from gay and women’s rights to universal suffrage. When the philosopher Jeremy Bentham died in 1832, he left more than just a range of influential arguments; he … Continue reading

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London’s best rooftop bars, cinemas and pop-up gardens

If you’re sick of battling for tables in beer gardens or straddling gutters in order to enjoy a pint on a balmy summer’s eve, try these temporarily transformed spaces for something a little different. Dalston Roof Park Just off the … Continue reading

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New live music at the Stag and Dagger

If you’re up for discovering some new music, then the Stag and Dagger Festival might be just the thing you’re looking for. Every year in Shoreditch, London and Glasgow, a handful of venues play host to an exciting lineup of … Continue reading

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Summer! London welcomes you

The tube may be packed, the winters may be bleak and its size is bewildering but we wouldn’t have London any other way. And with a heat wave forecast for the next few weeks, there’s nowhere we’d rather be. Wish … Continue reading

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Wimbledon Art Studios – Open Studios

Down behind the Wimbledon Greyhound Stadium in London, you’ll find a vibrant community of contemporty artists at Wimbledon Art Studios, Britain’s largest art studio complex. This weekend, over 130 emerging and established artists open their studios for 4 days, allowing … Continue reading

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