Queen Victoria was born at Kensington Palace in 1819, growing up alone with her motheg the Duchess of Kent, in what she reaclled to be a lonely and unhappy childhood. She became queen at just eighteen and held her first Privy Council meeting in Kensington Palace’s Red Saloon.
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Buddy is an abandoned young Cocker Spaniel waiting dejectedly in his cage for a kind, new owner to adopt him. Suddenly, Billy, a little boy whose hair is as red as Buddy’s, appears. It’s love at first sight and the beginning of a great friendship. Not so much for Billy&rsquo… Read More
Did you know that Café de Paris in London is modelled on the ballroom of the Titanic? And this summer the awesome Black Cat Cabaret will be taking it over with their delirious whirl of street singers and mad musicians, acrobats and aerialists, dancers, illusionists and comics, ably assisted by a… Read More
Pleasance Islington showcases the wide range of shows that will be performing at their Edinburgh locations during this year's Fringe Festival. This massive, two month long season not only gives acts a chance to polish their shows before the festival, but also gives London audiences the opportunity to see top-level work for a fraction… Read More
One of the most iconic films of the 1970's is brought to life by Future Cinema. The Troxy will be transformed into 2001 Odyssey, and the streets on Limehouse into 1970s Brooklyn. The film will be staged and screened alongside live DJs and appearances by special music guests.
Following the screening, Future Cinema will open the… Read More
Infinte landscapes, figures adrift, bright colours. These are the elements that stand out in Henrietta Labouchere’s work. The new works on show at this exhibition were inspired by a piece of Carson McCullers 'Heart is a Lonely Hunter'. A lonesome teenager Mick Kelly pounds the streets of her local town at… Read More
This June sees three great shows come to Greenwich Theatre!
Mon 10th - Wed 12th June 2013 (Eves 7.30pm - Wed Mat 2.30pm)
A traditional mystery play with a deathly twist. It has all the dazzling cleverness we associate with the writer of Sleuth and keeps audiences guessing to the last minute.
The Dinner Party
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A rare collection of 18th Century Bow Porcelain will be exhibited with the works of three contemporary Bow artists, Mathew Weir, Lizzie Cannon and Felicity Hammond.
The porcelain was produced some 250 years ago at the Bow Porcelain Factory; now long gone, it was once located just several hundred yards… Read More