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Lucinda Spragg: An Evening With

Lucinda Spragg brings her show the The Lion & Unicorn. Leader of the Regain Party. Freedom fighter/icon. Host of the ‘TripadPfizer’ podcast. Professional feather ruffler. “An appeaser is one who feeds a crocodile (the left), hoping it will eat him last.”  – Winston Churchill / Lucinda Spragg Come and join…

Zabludowicz Collection – Among the Machines

A fantastic new exhibition comes to Zabludowicz Collection – Among the Machines. A major new exhibition, Among the Machines previews 6-9pm, Thursday 24 March. Featuring new augmented reality artworks and is created in direct response to the gallery space, alongside works from the Collection examining how humans interact…

Amy: Beyond the Stage: Review

“Amy: Beyond the Stage” is the very first UK exhibition that heavily focuses on Amy Winehouse’s style and her passion for music. The Design Museum and Naomi Parry (Amy’s former stylist and close friend) teamed up and honoured Amy’s impact on the music and fashion industry by displaying…

Movie time at the Market

Open air cinema? Yes please! Camden Market and Curzon bring an open air cinema to the market. Some of the best classic and recent films are being shown. Get there 15 minutes before the start of the show, get your tickets (most are £15) and get ready to…

The Foundling Museum

The Foundling Museum shares the history of The Foundling Hospital. It’s the first children’s charity in the UK and well worth a visit. The Foundling Museum is also the UK’s first public art gallery, and is a museum that is constantly reinventing itself. It’s a place to experience…

Queen Cancels Birthday Salutes

Our dear Queenie is all too aware of the Coronavirus, as she brilliantly put forward during her recent address to the nation. The Queen’s birthday is on April 21st. For the past 68 years there have been ceremonial gun salutes in which blank rounds are fired from numerous…

Queer by Nature

Sheep, humans, lizards, and penguins have very few things in common. One thing that is common is they all engage in homosexual behaviour. More than 1500 species follow this, so it’s certainly not ‘against the norm.’ Being queer was seen, and is still seen by many, as being…