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The Joy of Food at the Lund

A feast for the eyes and taste buds awaits visitors at the Lund Gallery’s forthcoming exhibition. ‘The Joy of Food’ will see the normally minimal surroundings of the barn which houses the Lund Gallery transformed by a showcase of ceramics, glass, tapestries, crafts and objects all inspired by the cooking, presentation and enjoyment of food. Makers have been challenged to produce a table setting wh ...[Read More]

So The Wind Won't Blow It All Away

Photographers: Gavin Bambrick, Maeve Berry, Tim Burrough, James Hardie, Inbal Mizrahi, Jayne Taylor, Sam Taylor, David Wilkinson EAST Gallery 214 Brick Lane London E1 6SA 4th Nov – 9th Nov 2011 (closes 5pm on 9th Nov) Private view 3rd Nov at 6pm This photographic exhibition encompasses themes of memory, intimacy and escape. Diverse in style and approach, from the abstract to the cinematic, t ...[Read More]

Gala: A Review

A Stage Kindly presents Gala Sunday 9th October, Greenwich Theatre In the current climate of continued jukebox musicals and film adaptations (there’s even talk of Bend It Like Beckham, the musical!), it’s refreshing and unusual to find a company dedicated to developing, promoting and performing new musical works. A Stage Kindly, led by Giles Howe and Katy Lipson, is just that sort of c ...[Read More]

"Offret" – An Art Intervention on the London Riots

“Offret” is an urban intervention project in one of London’s areas that were hotbeds of unrest in August 2011, Clapham Junction. The community-driven project will be part of the Exchange Radical Moments! Live Art Festival, taking place simultaneously in selected European cities on the 11/11/11. The action will consist of an outdoor artistic intervention: a live video projection on a building that ...[Read More]

A Musical Celebration from A Stage Kindly

In just three years, which independent theatre company has presented the UK premiere of no less than seven new musicals, and presented music from over fifty international new musicals in a series of acclaimed new-writing revues, by scores of writers from countries in three continents? Only one theatre company can boast such impressive achievements in its first three years, and with several excitin ...[Read More]

Little Women The Musical at the Lost Theatre

12th December – 7th January @ The Lost Theatre, Wandsworth Peter Layton and Lionel Segal’s ‘Little Women The Musical’ is the UK premiere run, based on Louisa May Alcott’s 1868 novel of the same title, set in New England during the Civil war. This well loved story is a celebration of women breaking the mold and achieveing success both in work and life. The show explore ...[Read More]

Deivis Slavinskas: Textures of the Collective Unconscious

21 June – 15 July 2011 The Gallery at Willesden Green Centre, 95 High Road, Willesden, London NW10 2SF, UK Maria Robertson reviews Deivis Slavinskas’s solo exhibition The solo exhibition ‘Textures of the Collective Unconscious’ by Deivis Slavinskas is not a passive experience. It is a call to explore, to revel and respond with dreams and imaginings. Each painting has a uniq ...[Read More]

557 Shadows

557 Shadows is a new group exhibition at the Crypt Gallery, St Pancras Church. In the evocative setting of the Crypt, six artists will present a series of works exploring the beauty and mystery of the human form. 557 Shadows combines classical craftsmanship with modern interpretation to give unique views of the body in life and death that question what it means to be human, with the title referenc ...[Read More]

Physical Theatre and the Art of Rock Climbing

After performing to sell out audiences with their promenade adaptation of Shakespeare’s Measure for Measure last year, RoguePlay Theatre are preparing to transform a second unlikely space into a performance venue with their new piece, Climbing The Walls. Created in collaboration with Birmingham’s rock climbing community, RoguePlay Theatre present a new site-responsive piece of Physical Theatre inv ...[Read More]

First Friday Film Club (Islington)

Organised by Reel Islington, Rowan Arts and the Holloway Neighbourhood group, this event will take place on the first Friday evening of every month, and is open to all. Doors open at 7pm and the screening begins at 7.30pm. COST: Free. Suggested donation of £5. Bring your own refreshments. LOCATION: The Old Fire Station, 84 Mayton Street, London, N7 6QT DATES: • 1st July 2011 – “The Umbrellas of Ch ...[Read More]

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