In July the German Screen Studies Network presents its first symposium entitled Return of the Real - Realism and Everyday Life in Contemporary German-language Film. Leading up to the symposium, the Goethe-Institut will screen a series of related films from the Goethe-Institut Film Archive: films that apply realism to form and content as well as… Read More
Google have created a series of interactive Chrome Experiments within the Science Museum that visitors can explore, Discover the extraordinary workings of the internet to life. Join online visitors to create music together, watch your portrait being drawn by a robot and discover much more at this first-of-its-kind web-based exhibition.
Open to the world online… Read More
Brothers Grimm's fairy tale collection has become famous the world over and since it's first release in 1812, these tales have enchanted, enthralled and in some cases terrified children all over. The Goethe-Institut is celebrating this birthday with a worldwide fairy tale exhibition for children and young people.
Besides Luther’s bible, this… Read More
Be transported across the universe with this spectacular exhibition at the National Maritime Museum. Bringing together some of the best astronomical photographs ever made, this display will showcase over a hundred captivating images of stars, planets, galaxies and many other celestial highlights.
From ethereal images of deep space to close-up views of our planetary… Read More
The portraiture of Jacob Epstein was central to his ork as a sculptor. The National Portrait Gallery will display works that explore his achievement and practice through busts of artists, writers, politicians and other leading figures selected from the Collection. Epstein made portrait busts throughout his entire career. Modelled in clay and cast… Read More
A comfortable marriage of 25 years, James and Eleanor’s world is upended when James agrees to a secret rendezvous with their recently widowed friend Kate. Fib by fib, the affair strips the marriage bare and reveals the illicit desires and hidden passions that lie beneath the every day facade.
Spring 2013 sees multi Olivier… Read More
The Chelsea Physic Garden has a rich food history - from its 18th century role growing newly introduced edibles from around the world to wartime crop research and the likelihood that rhubarb forcing was first discovered here. In a series of leactures this summer, lear all about superfoods.
The term superfood has… Read More
The next incredile offering from London's West End comes in the form of Roald Dahls' Charlie and the Chocolate Factory directed by Academy Award® winner Sam Mendes.
When Charlie wins a golden ticket to the weird and wonderful Wonka Chocolate Factory, it's the chance of a lifetime to feast on the… Read More