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Delacroix’s Colour

Delacroix and the Rise of Modern Art.  At The National Gallery, London.   Please follow this link for further information …..

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The City of London eShot

London (where else?) – Sip on a Shakespeare-themed cocktail and celebrate Shakespeare woz ere with fantastic modern interpretations in light, sound and performance. 4 & 5 March 6.45pm – 8.45pm (20-minute loop) last show commencing 8.15pm approx. Guildhall Yard, London EC2V   This event is … Continue reading

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At The Wallace Collection

OPEN FURNITURE MONTH: WRITING IN THE FRENCH EIGHTEENTH CENTURY Until 29 February London – Open Furniture Month at The Wallace Collection is a unique opportunity to look inside some of our most important pieces of furniture, including works by Jean-Henri … Continue reading

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The World of Dickens on BBC

London – In 2013, the BBC announced it would be commissioning a new TV series that would ‘bring the world of Dickens to life in a drama populated by the vivid characters from his classic books” who will meet “in the … Continue reading

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Tour the Thames: London’s Historic Frost Fairs

London – Saturday 5 December, 1.15-4.15pm   Take a trip along the Thames this December and discover the frozen world of London’s Frost Fairs in this exclusive winter boat trip. Between 1309 and 1814, the Thames completely froze at least 23 … Continue reading

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What’s growing in Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall?

Hyundai Commission 2015: Abraham Cruzvillegas: Empty Lot Hyundai Commission 2015:  Abraham Cruzvillegas: The inaugural Hyundai Commission for the Turbine Hall at London’s Tate Modern, is by Abraham Cruzvillegas, an artist known for creating sculptures by improvising with different materials. Empty Lot is … Continue reading

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London Lunchtime Concerts at LSO St Lukes

LSO St Lukes, the superb converted 18th-century church in Old Street just north of the Barbican, is the London Symphony Orchestra’s education centre and rehearsal space, but it is also an enchanting concert hall that for over ten years has … Continue reading

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