Explore the art of barbering via specially commissioned work from international and local barbers as well as an exciting programme of events, performances and exhibitions.
We explore the Sir John Soane Museum’s exhibition on the plans of Robert Adam.
Know a wannabe thespian or a Bard enthusiast? We've picked out the perfect Christmas gifts for them so you don't have to.
We speak to stand-up poet Tim Key about his upcoming appearance in Art at The Old Vic, poetry and the creative process.
The work of modern American artist Robert Rauschenberg, explored in this new Tate Modern exhibition, is the very definition of multifaceted.
We spoke to Duncan Gates about his spine-chilling stage adaption of JB Priestly's Benighted.
The Guerrilla Girls bring their grassroots form of anti-establishment activism to Europe, questioning the ethical practices and diversity of our museums and cultural institutions.
Female actors and writers will come together to perform new work that seeks to promote, advocate for and inspire women in the arts.
This week, the Fringe! Queer Film and Arts festival will bring a host of vibrant, diverse and unique events to various venues across East London that celebrate queer art and the LGBTQ experience.
This exhibition from the Royal Collection brings the artist out from behind the canvas, revealing the nature of creative genius through the ages.
We spoke to the INTBAU’s Harriet Wennberg about their upcoming conference on urbanisation and sustainability in London.
It is surprisingly easy to lose yourself in this ambitious and fascinating exhibition from the British Library.
We take a look at The National Gallery’s Beyond Caravaggio, which documents the influence of Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio’s iconic artistic style through the work of his followers.
We explore the uniquely evocative landscapes of surrealist painter and war artist Paul Nash in the largest exhbition of his work for a generation.
We visit Leighton House Museum, home of former painter Fredrick Lord Leighton and one of London's most beautiful hidden gems.
We take a look at the National Gallery's newest exhibition, Picasso Portraits, the largest exhibition devoted exclusively to Picasso’s portraiture to take place in the last twenty years.
Art and design are key ingredients in London's cultural mix. Home to the country's most iconic art galleries, London is also packed with cutting-edge design, contemporary artwork and mind-blowing street art. We bring you the best of London's art and design scene from this year's blockbuster exhibitions to niche shows you won't hear about anywhere else.