Art of London Season
Bringing together artists, creatives, businesses and some of the UK’s biggest cultural institutions. Art of London Season is an explosion of colour and creative expression, transforming the streets of the West End.
'The Piccadilly Art Takeover' marks the start of Art of London Season, a series of accessible public art initiatives spanning the summer months and celebrating London's West End as the cultural hub of the capital as Piccadilly and its surrounds are transformed into a canvas of colourful art.
Bringing a new way of seeing art, and a new way of experiencing an art exhibition, get ready to explore art beyond gallery walls, featuring works from London’s leading institutions and Sky Arts Portrait Artist of the Year.
The world’s longest running play is back onstage now in the West End. Agatha Christie's The Mousetrap is a classic 'Who Dunnit?' which sees seven strangers snowed in at a stately countryside guesthouse. For nearly 70 years, this classic murder mystery has kept audiences on the edge of their seats.
The only musical performed in the West End without ever even being written. Improvised musical theatre group The Showstoppers transform audience suggestions for setting, musical styles, show title into a an entirely new musical every night!
Tucked within the elegant eateries and sleek stores within St James's is the charming pavilion. The current exhibition, Portraits Saisonnier by Franco-Japanese Tiffany Bouelle, is on show at St James's Market Pavillion until 9 October.
Want to know exactly why Everybody’s Talking About Jamie? Discover the mesmerising West End show at the Apollo Theatre seconds away from Piccadilly Circus to find out.
See the newest exhibition from David Hockney, created in lockdown 2020. When the world was in lockdown due to the pandemic, Hockney charted The Arrival of Spring, from his Normandy home.
Launching in June, dozens of art installations will pop-up across London's West End throughout the summer from up and coming artists.
Follow Tracey Turnblad as she dances on to stage at the London Coliseum with her big heart, big hair and big dreams in Hairspray. Michael Ball reprises his award-winning role as mother to Tracey, Edna Turnblad in the hit musical based in Baltimore in the swinging sixties.
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Lito Apostolakou's pop-up art exhibition Clothes You'll Never Wear took place in the Princes Arcade in summer of 2021. Featured writer Meike gives us an overview of the exhibit and the inspiration for this exhibit.
Georgia Tucker speaks to Art of London about her utopia inspired installation, Advena - exhibited at the W London hotel in Leicester Square. Explore Georgia's journey to becoming an artist and the inspiration behind the virtual reality artwork.
Art of London speaks to The Koppel Project a London-based arts charity. We find out more about their mission in helping early to mid-career artists, their provision of galleries, exhibition support and event spaces and what's coming up next for the Koppel Project.
Art of London is working in partnership with Westminster City Council as part of the pop-up project bringing artists the opportunity to showcase their work in retail units across London’s West End. Joyce Fraser, creator of Black Heroes @ The Gallery talks to us about her pop-up.
Art of London caught up with Sean Kelly, Bars Manager at Bar Américain to slake our own thirst for the knowledge concerning the chemistry of cocktails.
From world-class art galleries and institutions, to the West End’s best theatres, cinemas, hotels, restaurants and bars, find the venues you’re looking for with our business listings.