Highlights

Your Summer Trek Through London’s ‘Right Royal’ Parks
Posted in: Galleries & Museums, Highlights

The sun’s out at last and its tentative appearance will have much more fanfare in mid-May when temperatures are expected to rise significantly. And how better to reconnect with nature and enjoy London’s attractions than by taking that Royal Park trek through St James’s Park, Green Park, Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens. These are, what […]

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Features

Top 3 Casino Movies With British Actors
Posted in: Features, Movies & TV Shows

If you’re a fan of casino movies, you’ll love this list of the top three films with British actors, with glamour and elegance guaranteed! From Bond flicks to modern classics to underrated gems, this list of the top 3 casino movies with British actors, is among the very best and most exhaustive out there – […]

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Reviews

Art

  • The Barjeel Art Foundation Collection (Exhibition)
    Posted in: Reviews, Shows & Exhibitions

    In a mammoth programme from September 2015 to Jan 2017 the Whitechapel Gallery hosts the Barjeel Art Foundation Collection in a series so big it requires four separate exhibitions. This is the largest exhibition of Arab art ever held in the UK and comes from Sultan Sooud Al-Qassemi’s UAE based archive of work sourced from […]

  • Black British Art in Action
    Posted in: Galleries & Museums, Reviews, Shows & Exhibitions

    The Black British experience is explored on many levels by this selection from the London Metropolitan Archives. Covering issues such as identify, struggle and broader culture, the work is varied, and incorporates many platforms of expression and creative tools. Its ‘No Colour Bar’ banner underpinning the work of all of these British-centred artists, but also […]

  • Black Representation in Medieval and Renaissance Art
    Posted in: Reviews, Shows & Exhibitions

    It’s easy to become distracted at the V&A. It’s not everyday you have Leonardo da Vinci’s handwritten notebooks within eyeshot, competing with the sensual overload of countless other glorious artefacts and paintings spanning centuries. Within this glory, understated and enlightening, lies the history of the black experience in the medieval and renaissance period. Understated because […]

  • Hail Satan at The Sabbat Festival Exhibition
    Posted in: Events & Festivals

    The Sabbat Festival of Dark Arts exhibition is all things dark and taboo  with a touch of humour.  The forbidden (read evil and horrifying) practices and rituals from paganism, shamanism, witchcraft, wicca is what you are up for in this exhibition. Artwork reproduced from an old horror film Satanic Mojo 1972 AD stands out on […]

  • Sheep Shaun in the City
    Posted in: Highlights

    Bristol based animation studio Aardman’s renowned Sheep, Shaun is in the capital. 50 giant figurines of Shaun the Sheep created by various artists and designers are occupying vantage points across central London creating an art trail and will be up for auction later in the year to raise funds for sick children in hospitals across […]