Arts & Music

The National Theatre opens new restaurants

THE NATIONAL THEATRE GETS A NEW LOOK

The Southbank’s National Theatre has just emerged from a full refurbishment transforming the public spaces of the iconic theatre. The Resident gives you the lowdown of what you can expect from the new look    Expanded Bookshop at the National Theatre The renowned bookshop at the National Theatre has reopened bigger and better than ever […]

Christies Buy or Bid Christmas presents

CHRISTIE’S BID OR BUY CHRISTMAS SHOPPING

Christie’s South Kensington has launched a unique and original way to do your Christmas shopping this year. Instead of getting into a bidding war for your desired treasure, you can buy items from the auction house at a fixed rate For a select few weeks in November and December, visitors to Christie’s South Kensington will be […]

Pauline Amos, photographed by Sergey Gavrilov

ARTIST PAULINE AMOS GOES UNDERGROUND IN PADDINGTON GREEN

Pauline Amos’s latest exhibition, PRODUCTION COSTS, goes underground at the Subway Gallery for a solo show that questions the costs of living and the value of life, writes Cassie Smith Pauline Amos is most well known for her performance art; for her first high-profile show My Flesh My Canvas, the artist used her body as a canvas, […]

THE PRINCE OF WALES VISITS DULWICH PICTURE GALLERY

HRH The Prince of Wales visited Dulwich Picture Gallery to see the new Emily Carr exhibition in November 2014

Saroj Patel Sleep Art

‘SLEEP ART’ EXHIBITION IN BLOOMSBURY

A group of artists will create the work of their dreams, exhibiting visual expressions of sleep at Gallery Different in Bloomsbury, London, hosted by Ibis hotels On the 24th November, the Ibis Sleep Art exhibition will launch at Gallery Different, but from the day it begins, the show itself will be incomplete. Every night the […]

Edible Cinema Notting Hill

EDIBLE CINEMA TO SCREEN TERRY GILLIAM’S BRAZIL

The team behind Edible Cinema has announced that its Christmas movie will be Terry Gilliam’s Brazil, to screen at The Electric in Notting Hill in December Not everyone wants to enjoy a cinema experience by dressing up in 50s gear and attempting banter with hired actors; but the ‘immersive’ events held by Edible Cinema offer […]

Fallen Angel, Nigel Cox

PAINTER NIGEL COX LAUNCHES NEW SHOW

Painter Nigel Cox’s minimalist style has won him celebrity fans including legendary dancer Carlos Acosta. Now he opens a new show in St James’s about our obliviousness to the world around us… Nigel Cox, who lives and works in Camberwell, is an artist who is no stranger to barren landscapes and challenging adventures: he took part in the […]

Moustaches, Whiskers & Beards: A History of Facial Hair

MOUSTACHES, WHISKERS & BEARDS…

The National Portrait Gallery celebrates the lustrous, and the wispy, history of facial hair with new book Moustaches, Whiskers & Beards: A History of Facial Hair mapping the manscapes of the pharaohs through to the Beatles by historian Lucinda Hawksley. The book coincides with the great month of moustaches, Movember. The Resident caught up with Lucinda to ask what […]

Bill-Brandt, Salvador-Dali

10 EPIC ART EXHIBITIONS YOU CAN’T MISS

Grayson Perry, Peter Blake and Tracey Emin are among the top British artists exhibiting their work in London’s galleries this November. Become a culture vulture by visiting one of our top 10 art exhibitions in the capital    The Photographers 2014 at the Osborne Samueland Beetles+Huxley galleries In a collaborative exhibition between the two galleries, Osborne Samuel […]

See Andrea Bocelli at the O2

11 OF NOVEMBER’S BEST EVENTS IN SOUTH EAST LONDON

Check out our selection of the 11 best events in south east London this November

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