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London Craft Week makes its debut 6-10 May 2015

London Craft Week makes its debut 6-10 May 2015

London Craft Week, a brand new initiative that positions makers centre stage of the world’s creative capital will open on Wednesday, 6 May 2015.

A tale of two festivals in the UK’s next City of Culture

A tale of two festivals in the UK’s next City of Culture

Heard the one about the city with two cultural festivals running at the same time?

'Hudson’s Historic Houses & Gardens’ makes the perfect Christmas gift for heritage lovers

'Hudson’s Historic Houses & Gardens’ makes the perfect Christmas gift for heritage lovers

Anyone who loves a day out will be looking forward to the 2015 Hudson’s Historic Houses & Gardens.

Photography Studio Harcourt exhibits best celebrity images at Sofitel London St James

Photography Studio Harcourt exhibits best celebrity images at Sofitel London St James

For the first time in the UK, a hand picked selection of celebrity photographs by world famous Studio Harcourt, will be on display at Sofitel London St James from 4th - 25th November.

HippopoThames moves to St Katharine Docks

HippopoThames moves to St Katharine Docks

Totally Thames, the Nine Elms Vauxhall Partnership, Wanda One (UK) and Vauxhall One have announced that, by popular demand, London’s newest and favourite resident, HippopoThames, has chosen to leave Nine Elms on the South Bank to visit friends at St Katharine Docks where he will remain for a further 28 days.

Canary Wharf opens its doors to the public this weekend

Canary Wharf opens its doors to the public this weekend

On 20th and 21st September, Canary Wharf Group plc is giving Londoners a glimpse of the past, present and future of one of the world’s premier business and shopping districts, as part of Open House London.

Reality: Modern and Contemporary British Painting

Reality: Modern and Contemporary British Painting

Reality: Modern and Contemporary British Painting is a new exhibition at The Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, at the University of East Anglia, Norwich.

The Blenheim Palace Literary Festival launches 2014 Programme

The Blenheim Palace Literary Festival launches 2014 Programme

Britain's best boutique festival announced the line-up for its 2014 event. Taking place in the magnificent surroundings of Blenheim Palace and Woodstock from Thursday 25th – Sunday 28th September, the Blenheim Palace Literary Festival will feature writers and public figures from the fields of music, history, food and drink, politics and literature.

New opportunity to own an iconic BookBench sculpture

New opportunity to own an iconic BookBench sculpture

Fifty beautiful benches shaped as open books, each one brought to life by a different local or famous artist, have popped up all over London this summer to captivate visitors and celebrate reading for enjoyment as part of the National Literacy Trust’s Books about Town campaign.

Malaysia arrives in London’s Trafalgar Square

Malaysia arrives in London’s Trafalgar Square

Malaysia Night, the eagerly anticipated free festival celebrating the very best of Malaysian cuisine and culture, arrives back in London’s Trafalgar Square on Friday September 26th.

Unique chance to see free European public art project in Northamptonshire

Unique chance to see free European public art project in Northamptonshire

Visitors to Northamptonshire this summer will get a unique opportunity to see brand new public art installations in diverse outdoor venues including the beautiful natural habitat of the Nene Valley.

Northumbria invades London’s art world with Pop-Up mural

Northumbria invades London’s art world with Pop-Up mural

A Pop-Up street mural launched a full-scale ‘London Invasion’ by Northumbria University, Newcastle, last week as stunning student designs took over one of the city’s central creative hubs.

‘Twerking’, ‘amazeballs’ and ‘moist’ officially among most hated words - ‘wazzock’ and ‘haberdashery’ among loved

‘Twerking’, ‘amazeballs’ and ‘moist’ were named and shamed as words we hate – while ‘beer’, ‘snuggle’ and ‘wazzock’ are ones we love. Others words – of the non-expletive type – which are guaranteed to make us squirm include the common teen retort ‘whatever’, the over-used ‘basically’ and the slightly more unpleasant ‘piddle’.

Lyes & Jones new exhibition, Go Hard or Go Home

Lyes & Jones new exhibition, Go Hard or Go Home

This autumn established exhibitor Lyes & Jones bring to London their latest exhibition; Go Hard or Go Home.

Enjoy Malaysia's delights for free at London's Malaysia Week

Enjoy Malaysia's delights for free at London's Malaysia Week

Malaysia Cultural Week is returning to London's South Bank from 19 to 23 September 2013 providing Londoners and visitors to the Capital with a free taster of the destination's offerings.