Lisa Burger, who is Executive Director and Joint Chief Executive of the National Theatre and Chair of the Lyric Hammersmith, said she was honoured by the news.
As a consequence of the challenges presented by the Omicron variant of Covid-19 and its rapid spread across the capital, the festival organisers have been forced to take the hardest decision for any of us in the arts and close the doors.
Diabetes UK is running free online 10-week courses specifically tailored to support people who want to start moving more or those doing 30 minutes or less exercise a week.
Some people revel in the excitement of the January sales. Sadly, I am not one of these. Quite the opposite, shopping fills me with dread and fear of the oncoming jostle fest.
Banji Alexander was inspired to write his book, “Lockdown Looms: Reggie’s Birthday Party”, because of the effect of the pandemic.
A handwritten memoir by the witty Fred Roy – a regular letter writer to the South London Press from the 1920s to the 1950s, lay for 23 years after his death in 1999 in an old captain’s chest.
The scheme, which is part of the Poetic Relief Project funded by the National Lottery Community Fund, gives young people real on-the-job experience in the charity and art sectors.
A new exhibition exploring decades of social change in the US through photographs is set to open this month at the Saatchi Gallery.
Following a successful first year in 2020, the Light Festival at Battersea Power Station will be brightening up the dark winter evenings until February 27.
Located under the railway arches a few minutes from Brixton Market lies Dog’s Grandad Brewery. I don’t know if one would simply stumble upon this place, but I didn’t.
Christmas can be a time where we take life a bit slower, which more often than not can lead to our pets following suit. As we enter January it’s great time to turn things around – starting as you mean to go on.
Rachel Lynes, who spent ten years performing lead roles in London’s West End, has put the call out for enthusiastic singers to join the new choir.
A new exhibition at the Horniman Museum highlights hair’s untold stories, from the meaning and importance of our hair, to how we use is.