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DAMIAN LEWIS TO STAR IN EDWARD ALBEE’S THE GOAT, OR WHO IS SYLVIA?

The enigmatic Damian Lewis returns to the London stage for a 12 week season of Edward Albee’s Tony award-winning play The Goat, or Who Is Sylvia?

A piece by Ray Caesar that featured in the James Freeman Gallery's 'Decadents' exhibit

WHY THE ART SCENE WILL ALWAYS THRIVE IN ISLINGTON

With soaring house prices and the astronomical cost of gallery space in Islington, there are fears that artistic talent may be pushed out. James Freeman of the James Freeman Gallery and Polly Bielecka of Pangolin tell us why Islington will always be a bearer of groundbreaking artistic talent

The Queen's House, Greenwich, has reopened following a 14-month conservation project

8 THINGS OF BEAUTY AT THE NEWLY REFURBISHED QUEEN’S HOUSE

The Queen’s House in Greenwich reopened on 11 October after a 14-month closure for conservation works to mark its 400th anniversary. The doors open on an array of artistic delights, some of which local art historian Rosalind Whyte introduces us to…

Swan Lake Series by Adrianna eu

THE POWER OF THE FEMALE ARTIST

The Power of Female Artists in the 21st century is as much a statement as a question. From Georgia O’Keefe to Yayoi Kusama, there’s never been a better time for female artists to shine…

Jean-David Malat (photo by Paul Hampartsoumian)

JEAN-DAVID MALAT ON THE NEXT GENERATION OF ARTISTS AND BUYERS

Jean-David Malat is the man to know in the arts world right now. Not only does he have a knack for turning unknown artists into international sensations, he is also striving to introduce new potential buyers into the art world to set the scene for the next generation

Bill Wyman

BILL WYMAN ON THE STONES, CHELSEA & PHOTOGRAPHY

Bill Wyman looks back at his time with The Rolling Stones and the changing face of the King’s Road as he prepares to launch Around the World in 80 Years: Photographs by Bill Wyman, at Proud Chelsea

OnBlackheath 2016, sunset

10 THINGS WE LOVED ABOUT ONBLACKHEATH 2016

OnBlackheath Festival welcomed back a host of music and cookery fans on the weekend of 10-11 September 2016. Hot Chip, Primal Scream, James and Belle & Sebastian occupied the top spots over the weekend, and there was plenty more to see besides that. The Resident picks its top 10 moments of OnBlackheath 2016…

Gareth Parry's Low Tide, Dusk

Ad Feature THACKERAY GALLERY ANNOUNCES AUTUMN EXHIBITIONS

Thackeray Gallery in Kensington has announced its 2016 autumn shows. Starting on 13 September with Jennifer McRae, moving through to Gareth Parry in October and finishing with Delphine Hogarth in November

DANCER IRINA KOLESNIKOVA ON HER NAME WAS CARMEN

The Coliseum is set to welcome Her Name is Carmen in August. The production is a new version of Carmen, a story that has been adapted countless times over the last century, but lead performer Irina Kolesnikova insists we haven’t seen anything like this before

The Old Nuns Head

NUNHEAD: SOUTH EAST LONDON’S BEST KEPT SECRET

With Nunhead Art Trail on the horizon, The Resident takes a look at the changing face of Nunhead, one of south east London’s best kept secret villages sandwiched between Peckham and East Dulwich

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