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Tate Exchange is a unique partnership opportunity for lots of other arts and education organisations to test, show work and collaborate.
Go Mad as a March hare by checking out all – yes ALL, we insist! – of the great things to do in London in March, listed for your pleasure.
It may be the shortest month, but size doesn’t matter – there are still plenty of unmissable things to do in London this February!
Hurrah! It’s Taschen Sale time! Starting on January 26 2017, retired display copies, slightly dented specimens, and discontinued titles await you at www.taschen.com at discounts ranging from 50% to 75%. Stocks will be continually updated during the sale but you’ll need to…
Put the clusterf**k that was 2016 behind you, and get ready for a sensational year of things to do in London in 2017, Trump, May & Farage be damned!
The Xmas adverts are on TV, but there’s still lots of things to do in London in November before you can get started on your One Direction advent calendar!
The London art & exhibitions scene is truly bursting with top visual arts, design & cultural artefacts for this autumn winter 2016/17. Grab your sketchbook.
In the age of 50 Shades on the big screen, as the nights get longer it’s time to get closer to the less hammy side of London Kink. To help us get under the skin of fetish we caught up…
We caught up with artist Noëmi Lakmaier to hear more about Cherophobia which is part of Unlimited, a festival showing new work by disabled artists.
Noëmi will attempt to lift her immobilised body over 48 hours with 20,000 helium-filled balloons starting tomorrow, 7 September 2016 at 12pm.