Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Culture

National Poetry Day is an annual celebration that inspires people throughout the UK to enjoy, discover and share poems. Everyone is invited to join in, whether by organising events, displays, competitions or by simply posting favourite lines of poetry...
  London Fashion Week is a city-wide celebration of fashion, including London Fashion Week Festival, which showcases why London is recognised globally as a centre of fashion excellence. This September there are a number of ways the public can get...
  Another great press release landed in my inbox from Ginger Comms this week. It claims that 'Modern Brits are letting their creativity die,' which resonated quite strongly with me. Growing up in Haverfordwest Wales, creativity was celebrated. I sang in Tasker Milward...
I love Open House weekend. My grandfather was an architect who took me to a number of unusual buildings in London, including Lloyds of London. He always taught me the importance of looking up. It's amazing how much of...
  Rising UK artist Olivia-Fayne announces her debut exhibition, ‘Permanent Reminders’ this weekend.   Spanning over 2 days, the event will showcase some of her custom tattoo design work that she has created over the past 3 years. This exhibition will not only be a showcase...
Jonathan Stephenson/Rocket announces an exhibition by Martin Parr, the internationally renowned British photographer. This exhibition is the tenth solo exhibition of Parr’s photographs at Rocket and will mark twenty years of collaboration between the photographer and his London gallerist. During...
#MusicDay2017 What is International Music Day? International Music Day is a connected set of free and public music events which takes place each year on the 21st June since 2012 in more than 100 countries and 700 cities around the world....
Where to find Cult Screens in your city The open air cinema experience of the year is back and ready to capture the imagination of thousands at carefully selected, unusual and spectacular locations. Running from 25th May until late September, the...
  ARTS CLASS: Can the working class afford to make it in the expensive arts? l started comedy, as a hobby after I moved to London...and I soon fell in love, says Stephen Bailey.  As a dreamer, one who openly loves Hilary...
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