Culture Meets Creativity in Tower Hamlets

Trapped in Zone One, a Tower Hamlets based arts collective have launched a new project called ‘Culture meets Creativity in Tower Hamlets’ in which they plan to create a new community mural in Shadwell Gardens celebrating culture in the borough. Trapped in Zone One are hosting a free creative workshop facilitated by Nodee Niranjana and […]

Coventry UK City of Culture Spring Programme

Putting arts and culture centre stage at UK City Of Culture, Coventry is welcoming welcoming audiences from across the city and the nation to visit. Moving into the second half of their UK City of Culture year, the Spring line-up has been announced. Here are just a few highlights. From 19th – 26th February, an immersive […]

Ready Steady Bake at The Big London Bake East

For any budding bakers and those who love a cocktail, we have some exciting news. From the 24th February 2022, the UK’s ‘home of baking’, The Big London Bake, is expanding to East London, with the launch of their third baking tent The Big London Bake East, in Haggerston, with a surprise entrance to a cake-themed […]

Discovery of a Work by the Great British Sculptor Henry Moore

If like us, you are followers of BBC’s Antiques Roadshow and Fake or Fortune, then you’ll enjoy this… A discovery of a work by the great British sculptor Henry Moore, titled Mother and Child stood unidentified on a mantlepiece for years and has recently been authenticated by auctioneer Dreweatts’ specialist Francesca Witham and The Henry Moore […]

Top 10 Happiest Musical Hits to Cure Your Winter Blues

Feeling Frozen? Can’t pay the Rent? Or fancy Orlando over Uganda? Then cure those winter blues with modern musical theatre hits in ‘happy’ keys and chords. The major F, known as the ‘happiness key’, is linked to emotions of victory, triumph and relief, the major C is linked to positivity – both common in musical theatre. […]

Peaky Blinders and Rambert: The Redemption of Thomas Shelby

A new dance theatre event, from the global hit television series Peaky Blinders, will have its world premiere at Birmingham Hippodrome, where it runs from 27 September to 2 October and then moves to London’s Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre (12 October – 6 November) before embarking on a 2023 tour. Peaky Blinders: The Redemption of […]

Thanks For Trying, but Recycling Confusion Costs Us Dearly

A new campaign and exhibition commissioned by North London Waste Authority (NLWA) aimed at tackling recycling confusion and contamination entitled “Thanks for Trying” launches on 21st July in Coal Drops Yard, Kings Cross. Designed to provoke thought and discussion around our recycling habits, and help turn good intentions into better recycling, the project is curated by […]

Introducing Thespie – Your New Home For Theatre with Everything from Fleabag to Figaro

Thespie.com makes it easy for those stuck at home craving culture to discover and access the very best performing arts from around the world via a digital platform. This isn’t just for the Londoners who use apps to buy tickets for theatre, but for the wider community who have limited or lost access to live performing arts. […]

Conversations on Collecting at London Art Week Winter 2019

London Art Week’s first Winter Symposium takes place at The National Gallery on Monday 2 December 2019 from 2.30pm to 5.30pm.  Attendance is free, but places must be booked in advance via the London Art Week website. There will be three panel discussions or ‘Conversations on Collecting’ with panelists from Venetian Heritage Foundation; Strawberry Hill House; Universities of Oxford […]

The Unholy Marriage of Slice and Sweetly

The Unholy Marriage of Slice and Sweetly failed to take place on the 13thJuly 1955 due to the fatal stabbing of the Reverend Gris and so opens a new production in London’s burgeoning immersive scene. Dress Code: 1950’s Wedding Date: 19th July to 6thSeptember Place: The church and surrounding graveyard of St Matthews in Bethnal Green. ImmerCity are calling on […]