Lady Chatterley’s Lover: Greenwich Theatre

If your looking to get out for a relaxed evening of culture and comedy I’d highly recommend Not Lady Chatterley’s Lover @happyidiotuk @greenwichtheatreofficial @greenwichtheatre by @lawrencerussell The production is a parody of #ladychatterleyslover by #dhlawrence This production will have you laughing out loud from the get go, from dark comedy to erotic wit and scenes of a sexual rather hilarious nature, a great enjoyable evening … More Lady Chatterley’s Lover: Greenwich Theatre

#SpotlightOn Artist Helena Hunter Exhibition at Horniman Museum This September

#SpotlightOn Artist Helena Hunter as she exhibits ‘Falling Birds’ highlighting the alarming decline of bird species around the world on show at the Horniman Museum 19 Sept 2020 – 10 Oct. With fantasy dinner guest like Lynn Margulis, Rachel Carson and Octavia E. Butler – that would be a meal to remember… … More #SpotlightOn Artist Helena Hunter Exhibition at Horniman Museum This September

Age Exchange: Creativity and challenges to combat loneliness in older adults

Community and culture correspondent Julie Bird talks to Age Exchange about the growing older adult population and creative ways of working to help reduce loneliness and isolation often experienced by many.  Julie Bird  Founded in 1983 by Pam Schweitzer MBE, Age Exchange was formed as a response to the growing recognition of the value of reminiscence work with older … More Age Exchange: Creativity and challenges to combat loneliness in older adults

#SpotlightOn Artist Andrew McIntosh, ‘I Saw This Coming’

Andrew McIntosh is a British artist whose new body of work re-contextualises derelict buildings in south east London, drawing on his ongoing interest in the political dispute between artists and the inevitable developments of the property market.  Rosanna Head As a fan of Urban Decay and Derelict Art, one favourite artist being J Bennett Fitts,  I … More #SpotlightOn Artist Andrew McIntosh, ‘I Saw This Coming’

‘Glad I Did It’ Inside the mind of Ruth Ellis, Bermondsey Project Space

This week sees the launch of Glad I Did It, a creative installation by Award-winning Irish artist Christina Reihill that steps inside the mind of Ruth Ellis, the last British woman to face the death penalty.  Rosanna Head In an immersive three storey installation, the exhibition uncovers the facts about Ruth Ellis’ psyche that have never … More ‘Glad I Did It’ Inside the mind of Ruth Ellis, Bermondsey Project Space

Don’t Look Back In Anger – Let’s celebrate the 90’s

highlight.nation Don’t Look Back in Anger is a special exhibition at London Bridge’s @underdog_gallery  SE1 on Friday 13th July that celebrates 90s British life through music and art.  For one night only, visitors will be transported back to the last years of the 20th century, in an interactive evening of retro nostalgia. Highlight Nation is a … More Don’t Look Back In Anger – Let’s celebrate the 90’s