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This year’s event features the entries that took top honours in the 2014 awards, in which amateur and professional photographers from over 100 countries competed. The exhibition stretches from the Society’s glass-sided Pavilion, out into the terrace and down into … Continue reading
From the Finborough: “These charity gigs are always in bloody awful countries. I wish someone would fight a war in Marbella. I wish there were starving people in bloody Hawaii.” A world premiere, originally seen as a staged reading as … Continue reading
Barbara Hepworth was one of the leading sculptors of the 20th century and this retrospective features many of her most significant and beautiful sculptures in wood, stone and bronze alongside rarely seen works. I am intrigued by the Tate’s special tours … Continue reading
It’s time to start filling up your diary for the fall and winter! Though it seems far off now, why not book tickets to the Painting the Garden exhibit at the RA? According to the RA: “This major exhibition examines … Continue reading
I loved the Menier Chocolate Factory’s production and proceeded to see it again when it transferred to the West End. If you missed either of these, Cadogan Hall is now doing Sweet Charity in concert at the end of … Continue reading
From the RA: “From a basement in New York, Joseph Cornell channelled his limitless imagination into some of the most original art of the 20th century. Step into his beguiling world at this landmark exhibition. Cornell hardly ventured beyond New … Continue reading
I have a few regular readers that always want to be informed when David Sedaris is in London. So here’s some info on his 2016 two night visit. From the Cadogan: “With sardonic wit and incisive social critiques, David Sedaris … Continue reading