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Burlington Arcade, the historic landmark and luxury retail destination in Mayfair, has launched a 007 installation in celebration of the much anticipated release of No Time To Die.
Official London Theatre extend a New Year's invitation for you to return to the shows the bring the West End such a lauded name. With 60 shows at discounted prices!
After much anticipation, ‘Moulin Rouge! The Musical’ has made its way to the Piccadilly Theatre and Brasserie Zédel has announced their official partnership.
If you're aged 14-21, interested in art, history and portraiture, meeting new people and getting involved in the future of the National Portrait Gallery...
Join the National Portrait Gallery Youth Forum!
Youth Forum are a group of 14-21 year olds who collaborate with the Gallery and influence its activity, get inspired by the collection, and shape the offer of the Gallery for young people.
Bernard Jacobson Gallery holds the first solo exhibition of Georges Braque in London in nearly 25 years. The exhibition will bring together 17 still-life paintings, made between 1922 and the 1950s.
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 world's favourite singing nanny makes her return to the West End with a spoonful of sugar and some supercalifragilisticexpialidocious fun. Zizi Strallen returns to the titular role of Mary Poppins, as she visits the Banks' household for some surprise adventures with Jane and Michael.
Burlington Arcade's iconic thoroughfare is home to select luxury brands that have famously partnered with 007 over the years, creating the carefully curated look of the suave gentleman that is James Bond. Experience the Bollinger Bar, the world-first 007 Bollinger pop-up, for a limited time only in Burlington Arcade.
As part of its constant commitment to the art world, Sofitel London St James hosts D’or et de lumiere, the exhibition by French fashion designer Jérôme Blin.
Visit the Art of London and Mayfair Art Weekend autumn exclusive - the West End Gallery Hop! Come for the late ...
Art of London speaks to Jonas Karlsson, Head Chef at Aquavit London to discuss the Art of Scandi Cooking.
Three international photographers have been shortlisted for the Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize 2021, the prestigious photography award organised by the National Portrait Gallery, London.
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.
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