Arts & Music

O Menino e o Mundo aka The Boy and the World will screen at the London International Animation Festival

10 OF THE BEST UPCOMING FILM FESTIVALS IN LONDON

Missed out on tickets to the BFI London Film Festival? All is not lost; this is London after all, so there’s always another film festival lurking around the corner, each one more niche than the last. Here are ten of our favourites:  Film4 Fright Fest (A Halloween all nighter) On top of the five day horror show […]

Catalina, c. 1975, Gelatin silver print

A PANAMA COMMUNITY IN PICTURES AT COYA

See Panama photographer Sandra Eleta’s intimate portraits of the community of Portobelo, Colón Province at Coya Restaurant, Mayfair. She tells Kat Hopps more about the photography on show. How did you get into photography? It was a natural decision. I studied Fine Arts in Finch College, New York. Photography became a means to connect; I’ve […]

Multiplied contemporary art fair South Kensington, London

WHAT TO EXPECT FROM MULTIPLIED ART FAIR

Murray Macaulay, Print Specialist at Christie’s and curator of the contemporary art fair Multiplied, offers insider-advice for first- time art buyers, and tells us who to look out for at Multiplied Art Fair 2014   What can visitors expect from Multiplied? Multiplied is the UK’s only contemporary editions fair, and what that means is we […]

The Savoy in 2003, by Alan Hal

BUY ART AT AUCTION IN RICHMOND

The Environment Trust celebrates 30 years of working to improve, preserve and protect the environment in and around Richmond with its 16th annual Art Auction on 6 November

Ella Eyre plays at The Roof Gardens Kensington

ELLA EYRE TO PLAY AT THE ROOF GARDENS

Award-winning London singer Ella Eyre will be launching The Roof Gardens’ new season of live music this Friday (17th October) by performing at the Kensington club as part of her headline UK tour The Roof Gardens on Kensington High Street is launching live music nights this Friday and kicking off the season is London soul […]

Jeff Koons' inflatable lobster sculpture

LANDMARK YEAR FOR FRIEZE ART FAIR

Frieze Art Fair is on its way and, as its Head of VIP Kristina McLean reveals, 2014 is set to be a key year for aspiring art collectors. Catherine McCabe finds out more Art fairs can often be something of a serious business – a place where visitors scrutinise works in the millions from behind […]

Get set for a month of book-related fun at Richmond Literary Festival

GET SET FOR THE RICHMOND LITERATURE FESTIVAL

The 23rd Richmond Literature Festival takes place next month, bringing with it a wealth of exciting literary talent

Hammersmith Apollo

9 OF LONDON’S BEST LIVE MUSIC VENUES

From the bright lights of Brixton Academy to crystal chandeliers of Bush Hall, there are a wide array of fantastic live music venues in London playing host to some of the world’s best acts

Paul Kessling's Seven Square

5 OF SOUTH EAST LONDON’S BEST ART GALLERIES

Greenwich, Blackheath and the surrounding areas harbour some fantastic art galleries carrying a selection of local, undiscovered and well established artists. The Guide Resident highlights five of the best… Made in Greenwich To mark two and a half years of showcasing local talent, Made in Greenwich Gallery is relaunching with an exciting autumn programme of […]

Jake Bugg and David Gray have been announced as the headliners for Mencap’s Little Noise Sessions at Union Chapel in Islington.

JAKE BUGG HEADLINES LITTLE NOISE SESSIONS

Jake Bugg and David Gray have been announced as the headliners for Mencap’s Little Noise Sessions at Union Chapel in Islington. The charity event is on 22nd and 23rd October and sees the two days filled with music played in an intimate venue for a great cause. Jo Whiley, ambassador for Mencap the learning disability […]

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