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Misalliance comes to The Tabard in Chiswick this June

SEE MISALLIANCE AT THE TABARD

Bernard Shaw’s lost classic, ‘Misalliance’, to return for touch down onstage at The Tabard in Chiswick this June  Thundermaker Productions is happy to announce its next production Misalliance by Bernard Shaw. The play will run for three weeks from the 3- 21 June at the Tabard Theatre in Chiswick, Tuesday-Saturday at 7.30pm. An underwear tycoon, […]

Kew the Music at Kew Gardens in July 2014

SEE BILL BAILEY AND JOOLS HOLLAND AT KEW THE MUSIC

Kew The Music, Kew Gardens’ glorious series of summer concerts, returns for its fifth year from 16-20 July This year, due to renovation work on the Victorian Temperate House, the Kew the Music concerts will take place in front of the Orangery and Kew Palace. Once again these festival-style concerts, which are renowned for their […]

Get creative at Richmond Theatre

CREATIVE LEARNING AT RICHMOND THEATRE

Richmond Theatre is to host its first ever Creative Learning Festival From Wednesday 23 to Saturday 26 July, Richmond Theatre will see over 200 of its Creative Learning participants, from ages 5 to 85, come together to present the first Creative Learning Festival, comprising of five varied, inspiring and entertaining shows. Each will be performed […]

M.F Husain's final nine artworks at the V&A

SEE M.F. HUSAIN’S FINAL NINE ARTWORKS

The V&A is exhibiting the last of M.F. Husain’s paintings. As an artist, Husain was considered to be the master of modern Indian painting

Self-Portrait in Black and White by John Sheppard’

THE PHOTOGRAPHERS OF TOMORROW

University of Kent presents Untitled 2014, an exhibition featuring the work of undergraduate photographers. Could the next Rankin be among them?  University of Kent presents Untitled 2014, an exhibition featuring the work of 14 photographers currently taking the BA (Hons) Photography Course at K College, Tonbridge. The event runs from Tuesday 20 to Saturday 24 […]

Gate theatre

GATE THEATRE CELEBRATES 35 YEARS

As Notting Hill’s Gate theatre celebrates its 35th anniversary, Alexander Larman meets its artistic director Christopher Haydon to discover the secrets behind its enduring appeal The Gate theatre, aptly named because it’s just off Notting Hill Gate, is not the most prepossessing of places from the outside. Located above a pub, if it weren’t for […]

Bushstock, Shepherd's Bush

BUSHSTOCK, SHEPHERD’S BUSH

Will Gore previews Bushstock festival, picks out the highlights of the Shepherd’s Bush festival and speaks to organiser Maz Tappuni about this year’s ones to watch

NINE OF THE BEST ART FAIRS AND EXHIBITIONS IN WEST LONDON

10 OF THE BEST ART FAIRS IN WEST LONDON

Start a new collection or discover artwork for your home with a visit to one of West London’s best art exhibitions

Mumford and Sons and The Old Queen's Head

WHY NORTH LONDON’S MUSIC SCENE IS BOOMING

From The Old Queen’s Head to the Scala, many a big name in the music industry today set out on the route to stardom on a North London stage. BBC Radio 6 presenter Chris Hawkins helps us look at the five of very best The North London music scene is incredibly strong. There’s a real […]

Hampton Court Music Festival, summer 2014

THREE OF THE BEST LONDON FESTIVALS

Jools Holland at Hampton Court, Paloma Faith in Regent’s Park or Goldfrapp at the Old Royal Naval College, there are some seriously civilised music events coming to London this summer

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