This month, in dedication to Black History Month, an artist will debut his inaugural collection of paintings with an exclusive exhibition display at Gallery@OXO, OXO Tower Wharf on October 21-25.
The hardest thing about ice skating is trying not to picture yourself falling over and a passing diva slicing off your fingers. There are a lot of aspiring Tonya Hardings on the rink at the Tower of London, but thankfully, the marshals seem to keep them in check.
An exhibition tracing the history of photography through nature, touted as the first of its kind, will open this autumn.
7 Hours on Earth, set in Graveney School in Tooting and crewed by determined students, re-works Shakespeare’s classic A Midsummer Night’s Dream into a wildly entertaining school caper with a twist of science fiction.
Greenwich’s National Maritime Museum marks International Slavery Remembrance Day with host of events
The National Maritime Museum (NMM) will be marking International Slavery Remembrance Day (ISRD) to commemorate victims of the brutal and
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