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We’ve hunted art, design and creative degree shows high and low for the big art shows and some smaller unusual work from other institutions too.
Regardless of all the politics and shit – or maybe as a two-fingers up to it all – 2019 is looking set to be a great year for cabaret, circus, theatre, comedy, festivals, exhibitions, food, fun and frolics galore! So get stuck in, and remember – it’s going to be alright in the end!
MATANGI / MAYA / M.I.A. | Out now on iTunes Digital HD and on Blu-Ray & DVD Critically acclaimed British artist M.I.A. rose to fame on the back of international hit-singles Paper Planes and Bad Girls. Sixteen years after breaking out onto the music…
This month’s top picks include ravishing cabaret, spectacular circus, queer xmas celebrations, five-star comedy, sing-a-long film fun, night-time shopping, bingo, ace live music, dance-til-you-drop nights out, cats & much more…
Werner Herzog’s poetic documentary – Meeting Gorbachev – paints a rather rose-tinted picture but impresses on the personal level.
The BFI London Film Festival ran 10-21 October 2018 – and we put in the strenuous work of reviewing a selection of the best films just for you!
The BFI London Film Festival 2018 programme is crammed full of exciting new films, and we’ve picked out 20 highlights – from gala screenings to niche gems!
This month’s top picks include an Australian cabaret sensation, local festivals, offbeat film screenings, tasty food, thinky stuff, ace live music, provocative theatre, a walking tour with a difference & much more…
Festival season is truly upon us, so here’s a bumper Summer To Do List with loads of amazing things to do in London (and beyond) this July & August!