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Unicorn Theatre – Seesaw
When: 6 Sept -2 Nov 2014 Where: Unicorn Theatre Info: “Seesaw explores the push and pull of friendship, and the ups and downs of being very young.” For more info click here
Roundhouse – Imogen Heap Reverb
When: Till Sunday 24 August Where: Roundhouse Info: “Described by Imogen as an exploration in living contemporary composers with heavy leanings toward technology, Reverb will center around four incredible shows in our Main Space, alongside free workshops, talks and interactive sound installations.” For more info click here
Visit the Photographers Gallery
Where: The Photographers Gallery, 16–18 RAMILLIES STREET, LONDON W1F 7LW Info: “The Photographers’ Gallery is the largest public gallery in London dedicated to photography. From the latest emerging talent, to historical archives and established artists – we are the place to see photography in all its forms.” Check out the current exhibitions here
National Maritime Museum – Ships, Clocks and Stars: the Quest for Longitude
When: Running till 4th Jan 2014 Where: National Maritime Museum Info: “Discover the extraordinary story of the race to find longitude (east-west position) at sea and explore the rivalries and ingenious inventions of some of the greatest minds of the 17th and 18th centuries including Galileo, Isaac Newton, Captain Cook and John Harrison.” For more [...]
July Photo of the Month
The winners for photos of the month July 2014 are … 1st place – Chris (but we would like to give mention to Gintare who made the photo happen!) Runners up - Evans, Adina and Annalisa! Congratulations to you all. Come to the office to pick up your prizes!
English National Opera – Membership
Info: “Enjoy priority booking ahead of the general public, behind-the-scenes access at the London Coliseum and have the opportunity to attend dress rehearsals and events with company artists. Friends are among the first to hear about the forthcoming productions and each season you sponsor a new ENO production.” For more info click here
TRSE – Spoiling
When: 29 Aug – 13 Sep 2014 Where: Theatre Royal Stratford East Info: “This timely piece by John McCann, presented days before the Scottish Independence Referendum and fresh from a run at the Edinburgh Festival will be directed by the award-winning Traverse Artistic Director Orla O’Loughlin.” For more info click here
Royal Festival Hall – Love at the pictures
When: 13th – 29th Aug 2014 Where: Royal Festival Hall Info: “For three weeks in August, Royal Festival Hall turns into a luxury 2000-seat cinema as we screen some of the greatest films ever made about love as part of our Festival of Love.” For more info click here
Southbank Centre – Philia Weekend
When: 9-10 Aug 2014 Where: Southbank Centre Info: “At the heart of the weekend, a series of real and dramatised reunions connect us with what it means to share a deep experience with others. We hear from serving soldiers, sportspeople and film-makers amongst others.” For more info click here
Southbank Centre – Philautia Weekend
When: Saturday 16 August 2014 – Sunday 17 August 2014 Where: Southbank Centre Info: “The site will hum with a market full of ideas to help you on the road to better personal health and happiness so that you can leave ready to radiate love and affection to those around you.” For more info click here
Royal Academy of Art Membership
Become a Friend of the RA today and enjoy a year of free entry to our exhibitions, including Dennis Hopper, Anselm Kiefer and Rubens. Friends can bring an adult family guest for free, have all day access to the Keeper’s House lounges, restaurant, cocktail bar and garden and much more.” For more info click here [Image [...]
Southbank Centre – Pragma weekend
When: Saturday 2 August 2014 – Sunday 3 August 2014 Where: Southbank Centre Info: “A weekend exploring Pragma – enduring love – as part of Festival of Love.” For more info click here
V & A Membership
Where: Victoria and Albert Museum Info: “Become a Member of the V&A and enjoy a wealth of benefits, including unlimited free entry to all V&A exhibitions, Members-only previews, exciting events and the use of the V&A Members’ Room. In addition, you will be supporting the vital work of the V&A.” For more info click here
Get married at the Big Wedding Weekend!
Big wedding weekend with Southbank Centre Festival of Love When: Saturday 30 – Sunday 31 August Info: “All couples, gay or straight, young or old, are invited to marry or renew their vows on the stage of the iconic Royal Festival Hall, with its world famous organ, followed by bubbly, all day dance and entertainment, an [...]
Hayward Gallery – The Human Factor
When: Tue 17 Jun 2014–Sun 7 Sep 2014 Where: Hayward Gallery Info: “The Human Factor: The Figure in Contemporary Sculpture brings together major works by 25 leading international artists who have fashioned new ways of using the human form.” For more info click here
Bush Theatre – Perseverance Drive
When: Fri 4 Jul – Sat 16 Aug, 2014 Where: Bush Theatre Info: “Exploring the joys and frustrations of loving our loved ones, Perseverance Drivetells an epic family story that stretches from the sunny shores of Barbados to the grey skies of Leytonstone.” For more info click here
Southbank Centre – Poetry International Launch 2014
When: 17th July 2014 Where: Purcell Room Info: “Join world-renowned poets Robert Hass, Ana Blandiana, Carolyn Forché, Kutti Revathi, Nikola Madzirov, Anne Michaels and Egyptian hip-hop artist Mohamed El Deeb.” For more info click here
Southbank Centre – Rape of Lucrece
When: Wed 9 Jul 2014–Sat 12 Jul 2014 Where: Southbank Centre Info: “A Royal Shakespeare Company production of The Rape of Lucreceperformed and sung by Camille O’Sullivan” For more info click here
Royal Festival Hall – Love Motown
When: Saturday 19 July 2014 Where: Royal Festival Hall Info: Celebrate the great love songs of the Motown back catalogue. For more info click here
National Theatre – Medea
When: 14 July – 4 Sept 2014 Where: Olivier Theatre Info: “Helen McCrory returns to the National to take the title role inEuripides’ powerful tragedy, in a new version by Ben Powerwith music written by Will Gregory and Alison Goldfrapp.” For more info click here