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Cheap Airport parking finder AirportParkingHelper.com to expand in 2016

Roanoke, VA, 2016-Apr-29 — /EPR Travel News/ — AirportParkingHelper.com, a leading national authority on airport parking and related travel topics, recently announced a number of expansion plans for 2016.

Website founder Jennifer Church said she has acquired a partner who will provide critical services to the popular Virginia-based website, which plans to nearly double its online reviews for airport parking alternatives in the first half of the year. Expanding the social media presence for AirportParkingHelper.com is also a major initiative planned for 2016.

“I’m thrilled that Andie Gibson, an accomplished writer, editor and social media manager, has come on board to help me lead AirportParkingHelper.com into the next phase of development,” Church said. “Her extensive skill set and professional background will be of great benefit to the site, which has experienced tremendous growth over the past year.”

AirportParkingHelper.com provides online guides to help travelers uncover discount airport parking alternatives to costly on-site lots at major U.S. airports, including Los Angeles (LAX), San Francisco (SFO), Oakland (OAK), Detroit (DTW), Minneapolis-St. Paul (MSP), John F. Kennedy (JFK), LaGuardia (LGA) and Newark (EWR).

Plans are in the works to add reviews for a number of additional airports, including Philadelphia International (PHL), San Jose International (SJC), Hartford Bradley International (BDL) and Baltimore-Washington International (BWI).

“These are facilities where AirportParkingHelper.com users have told us they want to find cheaper options for short term and long term airport parking,” Church said. “With rates for on-site airport parking so expensive, demand is high for cost-saving alternatives. The new guides will be indispensable for travelers in these markets.”

AirportParkingHelper.com is also ramping up social media efforts to help spread the word on the many ways travelers can save on airport parking – whether it be at offsite lots with free shuttle services, hotels that offer free parking packages, daily deal websites or discount car rental companies.

“Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram, Google+ and LinkedIn are all platforms we utilize to share with travelers the benefits of using Airport Parking Helper,” Church said. “We encourage anyone using social media to like and follow us to stay on top of ways to find practical, helpful information on saving money on short-term and long-term airport parking.”

For more information, visit http://airportparkinghelper.com.

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LondonTown.com: London landscapes celebrated in new exhibition

South London parks are the subject of new photographic exhibition at the Horniman Museum.

LONDON, June 08, 2015 — /EPR TRAVEL NEWS/ — A new photographic exhibition celebrating London’s lesser-known landscapes open this month at one of London’s friendliest museums. South London Landscapes is now open at the Horniman Museum And Gallery this week and runs throughout the summer, featuring photographs of the Horniman itself as well as other picturesque public spaces in and around south London. The Horniman is one of London’s liveliest small museums, boasting excellent natural history and music galleries, a small aquarium and extensive landscaped grounds. For more information, and to see the latest deals on London hotels, see LondonTown.com.

South London Landscapes features photographs taken by London-based landscape photographer Max A Rush. The photographs, which include pictures of the Horniman Gardens, are taken in unusual and beautiful weather and capture how the passage of the seasons and the forces of the weather transform the appearance and character of the local landscape. Areas featured in South London Landscapes include Brockwell Park, Crystal Palace Park, Dulwich Park, Dulwich Wood, Ruskin Park and the Horniman Gardens.

Max Rush says: ‘These are a few of my favourite locations around south London. I’ve continually returned to them over the years, watching the seasons pass and the elements batter, freeze and occasionally warm their well-worn faces. I’ve witnessed moments of transcendental beauty in familiar places and endeavoured to capture them as truthfully as I can. So many people fight their way out of the city every week for the sake of nature, but perhaps what they’re looking for was here all along.’ For more information on this and other exhibitions and events taking place at the Horniman this summer, see LondonTown.com.

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LondonTown.com: Groundbreaking London exhibition looks at post-war Black British artists

Guildhall Art Gallery explores the work of little-known but pivotal Afro-Caribbean artists

LONDON, June 08, 2015 — /EPR TRAVEL NEWS/ — A groundbreaking new exhibition at the Guildhall Art Gallery in the City of London will look at the little-known and rarely exhibited history of 20th-century Black British art. No Colour Bar: Black British Art in Action 1960-1990 runs from 10 July 2015 to 24 January 2016, and will explore the history of art produced by Britain’s Afro-Caribbean citizens, reflecting their experiences in the country after the major emigrations that occurred following the end of the Empire at the conclusion of the Second World War. For more information on this and other exhibitions in London this summer, see LondonTown.com, where you can also find information on London events and cheap London hotels.

At the heart of the exhibition will be a recreation of the Bogle-L’Ouverture Walter Rodney bookshop, created by renowned artist and curator Dr Michael McMillan (West Indian Front Room) and sound and visual specialists, Dubmorphology. Visitors will be able to immerse themselves in a stunning multi-sensory, multi-visual experience including works of art, sculpture, photographs, paintings, letters and other artefacts from more than 25 prominent Black artists during this period including Eddie Chambers, Sonia Boyce, Denzil Forrester and Chila Kumari Burman.

Influenced by the emergence of newly independent African and Caribbean states, global liberation struggles, the fight against unfair discrimination and an insistence on dignified citizenship within Britain, these artists found expression by way of ‘creation for liberation’. The exhibition will explore these struggles and celebrate their contribution through four themes: ‘Elbow Room’, ‘Broad Shoulders’, ‘Clenched Fists’ and ‘Open Arms’.

Throughout its tenure, No Colour Bar: Black British Art in Action 1960-1990 will also play host to a series of scheduled events enriching the visitor experience through a diverse range of educational talks, workshops and gallery tours. For more information on this and other exhibitions in the City of London, see LondonTown.com.

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LondonTown.com: Cutting-edge US artist receives first major European show in London this summer

Raven Row gallery in Spitalfields hosts a retrospective of ground-breaking US artist Larry Johnson.

LONDON, June 08, 2015 — /EPR NETWORK/ — One of America’s most interesting contemporary artists is to receive his first major European exhibition at a new gallery that focuses on cutting-edge, avant-garde art. Raven Row is a non-profit contemporary art exhibition centre in Spitalfields that is housed within two eighteenth-century merchants’ houses integrated with new galleries and its next exhibition, Larry Johnson: On Location runs from 11 June to 9 August 2015. It is directed and funded by Alex Sainsbury of the Sainsbury family, whose family have funded many great art projects in London, such as the Sainsbury Wing of the National Gallery. Raven Row is a very different enterprise, offering thoughtful shows on lesser-known artists and allowing visitors to explore the fascinating quarter of Spitalfields. The area is filled with fashionable boutiques, great shops and cool bars and restaurants. To explore its attractions, see LondonTown.com, where you can also find the latest room rates for hotels in London.

On Location brings together a selection of works by Larry Johnson from the early 1990s to the present. The show’s uncontested star is Los Angeles, the city in which Johnson has lived and worked all his life. For over thirty years, LA’s physical and imaginary appearance has served as the set for the artist’s photo-based investigations of the glamour industry, replete with fading stars and premature deaths. Johnson’s work bears the marks of a generation of artists sampling readymade images and texts to create seductively laconic pictures. Yet the colourful sheen of Johnson’s photo-based works is also a foil for sexual, political and semantic tension. The artist’s pictures are encryptions of a Hollywood demi-monde, referring to the cultures from which his work emerges queer, political, filmic and theoretical.

The exhibition is curated by Los Angeles-based writer Bruce Hainley, and by Antony Hudek, Curator and Deputy Director of Raven Row. Commie Pinko Guy, a publication edited by Hainley with new essays by Morgan Fisher, Lisa Lapinski, Hainley, Hudek and Wayne Koestenbaum, as well as reprints of classic underground queer writing, will accompany the exhibition. For more information on this and other exhibitions in London’s cutting-edge contemporary art scene, see LondonTown.com.

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LondonTown.com: Classic London cinema at the Southbank all summer

BFI Southbank unveils new season dedicated to films exploring the UK capital.

LONDON, June 08, 2015 — /EPR TRAVEL NEWS/ — London On Film is a new major season of films at the BFI Southbank that will explore and celebrate the capital for four months from 1st July to 9th October. This is the first time the BFI has ever celebrated the city in which it is based, and will feature 200 films, a number of which have been unseen since they were first filmed, offering an extraordinary perspective of the city from the past 120 years. The BFI Southbank is the national home of cinema, featuring three state-of-the-art screens in Waterloo on the Southbank.For more on this vital cultural quarter, as well as the latest rates forLondon hotels, seeLondonTown.com.

The London On Film season will include events such as a Soho Weekender (24-26 July) to celebrate the unique culture of Soho captured in films from 1896 – 1985 such as West End Jungle (1961), The Small World of Sammy Lee(1963) and Sunshine in Soho (1956). There will also be a discussion event Vanishing Soho on the state of Soho today in the light of current major changes for those who live and play there. It will include some of the earliest films ever made, such as RW Paul’s Blackfriars Bridge (1896(. Films from major filmmakers include Anthony Asquith’s evocative Underground (1928), the first feature to be shot on the underground and Nicolas Roeg’s Performance (1970), which takes us into the dangerous realms of psychedelic and sexual experimentation. There will also be films by Alfred Hitchcock, Michael Winterbottom and Otto Preminger.

Black experience is highlighted in a series of key films including Earl Cameron’s pioneering role as a black sailor in the crime drama Pool of London (1951) with fine use of locations around Tower Bridge, Poplar, Southwark and the City; Cameron also stars in the little seen The Heart Within (1957) another crime thriller set in London’s Docklands. Sapphire (Basil Dearden, 1959) is a film-maker’s response to the Notting Hill race riots wrapped up in a murder mystery while Babylon (Franco Rosso, 1981) shows the demoralisation of black youth, and offers an eerily prescient portrait of the situation in Deptford which would give rise to the Brixton Riots of the same year. For more information, see LondonTown.com.

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LondonTown.com: British Museum gets its medals out for the great French Sun King

Free exhibition at the museum showcases remarkable 17th-century emblems of Louis XIV’s reign

LONDON, June 08, 2015 — /EPR TRAVEL NEWS/ — The British Museum is holding a new exhibition that looks at the medals drawn from the reign of the great French Sun King, Louis XIV. Triumph and disaster: medals of the Sun King runs from 4 June to 15 November and marks the tercentenary year of the death of Louis XIV. It is one of several free exhibitions that are held at the British Museum every year to draw attention to the many easily overlooked marvels within its collection and to present them in new ways to mark anniversaries or to reinterpret the material. For more information on the full programme of exhibitions at the British Museum, see LondonTown.com, where you can also find the latest information on cheap hotels in London.

The Louis XIV medals are preserved as they were in Louis XIV’s own day and includes contributions from the British Library which has a unique manuscript scrapbook of drawings and notes on the creation of the history, and the V&A. The medals were a way for the king to portray his reign and the greatest writers (including Jean Racine), historians, artists and medalists of the day were brought together by the king to ensure that posterity would see his rule as Louis wished it to be seen: the reign of an ideal and ever victorious monarch.

The early medals portray a dazzling image of a ‘Sun King,’ who is represented as hard-working, accessible, generous and just; a king that worked for the benefit of the people, glorifying as much in their happiness as in victory over his enemies. The picture changed as war succeeded war and defeat succeeded victory. The later medals, though careful to represent only French successes, are so numerous that they give the impression not of victory but of endless and draining warfare.

Elsewhere in Europe, particularly in the Netherlands, medals were produced that mocked and satirized the official French medals. These rival medals showed the French sun eclipsed by the zodiacal signs of his enemies, and Louis as an old man being roundly beaten by Queen Anne. Collectively, these medals and attendant literature present a fascinating and unique self-portrait of a regime which dominated Europe for nearly sixty years, and which established the primacy of French taste and French culture for over a century.

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LondonTown.com: Art film screenings at London’s best gallery this summer

Tate Modern screens new and classic avant-garde and artists’ films this summer.

LONDON, June 08, 2015 — /EPR TRAVEL NEWS/ — The Tate Modern has announced its summer season of cinema screening and film premieres, which will take place in the gallery between May and July 2015. The Tate Modern is one of the world’s leading contemporary art galleries, and its extensive programme of events includes a summer film season that introduces new art film as well as rarely-seen work by inspiring and maverick filmmakers. The screenings cost £5. The gallery is located on the South Bank close to Blackfriars, London Bridge and Waterloo rail stations. For more information on things to do in the area, and to see the latest rates for cheap hotels in London, see LondonTown.com.

Films programmed this summer at the Tate include Agnes Martin’s Gabriel on 5 June, which takes place in conjunction with Tate Modern’s retrospective of Agnes Martin. This evening presents the artist’s only completed and rarely screened film. It follows the wanderings of a ten year old boy in rural New Mexico, where Martin lived and worked, in a contemplative study of landscape and nature. On 12 June, Sharon Lockhart will present her newest body of films and photographs in a unique opportunity to see this ambitious work in progress, followed by a conversation with Tate’s senior curators Catherine Wood and Andrea Lissoni. Created in collaboration with a group of 15 young women in Poland, the project empowers the authority of the girls’ voices and their perspectives on the world. Over the weekend from 19-21 June, Parviz Kimiavi will feature. Spanning four screenings over three days, this will be the UK’s first major survey of maverick filmmaker Parviz Kimiavi, a pioneer of alternative cinema in 1970’s Iran. Kimiavi created surreal and hallucinatory films, using non-professional actors and harsh desert landscapes.

On 26 June, A Night at the Pictures: An evening for Larry Johnson will honour the legacy of artist Larry Johnson. Curator Bruce Hainley and writer Wayne Koestenbaum will discuss his work, followed by a specially selected cult film. On 8 July, Mathieu Kleyebe Abonnenc’s new film will be screened. This addresses political issues alongside scientific and anthropological histories. Drawing on a personal photographic archive, the film presents a young fictional researcher who leads a group between the IFAN Museum in Dakar and the Musée de l’Homme in Paris. The screening will be introduced by a live concert by the electronic music act PAL. Finally, over three days from 10-12 June, The Film Will Always Be You: South African Artists on Screen will explore the film work of key artists in South Africa. It begins with a rare showing of William Kentridge and Angus Gibson’s Freedom Square and Back of the Moon 1986 (part of the Johannesburg Free Filmmakers’ Co-Operative) and ends with the UK premiere of Robin Rhode’s Recycled Matter 2015. For more information on this summer of screenings, see LondonTown.com.

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LondonTown.com: New London museum located in notorious hospital

Bethlam Royal Hospital hosts new permanent Museum Of The Mind.

LONDON, March 23, 2015 — /EPR TRAVEL NEWS/ — One of the most notorious psychiatric hospitals in history – Bethlam Royal Hospital, which gave its name to the word ‘bedlam’ – will be opening a pioneering gallery and museum on its premises this month. The new displays will be filled with the personal stories – both historic and contemporary – of those who have experienced mental health difficulties and will explore the long, controversial and often misunderstood history of Bethlem, founded 1247 in central London. Bethlem Gallery and Museum of the Mind opens on 19 February 2015. The Bethlam Royal Hospital has occupied various sites, including the building now used by the Imperial War Museum in Waterloo, and is now located in Beckenham, a short journey by train from the centre of London. To see other attractions in the area and learn how to get to Beckenham, as well as finding up-to-date information on hotels in London, see LondonTown.com.

The Bethlem Gallery and Museum of the Mind will occupy the hospital’s original 1930s administration building and celebrate the lives and achievements of those living with mental ill-health. Themed gallery spaces will explore the reasons why people arrive at Bethlem, aiming to inspire discussion, debate and reflection on mental health issues which are as relevant today as they were in the past. The museum will house significant art and historical artefacts, almost all of which will be on display for the first time, as well as works by current artists and hospital service users.

Among the highlights are paintings and drawings by Richard Dadd, Louis Wain and Jonathan Martin, each of whom was a former Bethlem or Maudsley Hospital patient; and the oldest objects in the collection, the imposing statues, ‘Raving and Melancholy Madness’ by Caius Gabriel Cibber (c1676) which originally stood above the gates of the 17th century ‘Bedlam’ at Moorfields. They will now take their place either side of the art deco staircase directly ahead of visitors entering the new museum. Notable paintings from the internationally renowned art collection include ‘The Maze’ by William Kurelek (1953), ‘Sketch of an idea for Crazy Jane’ by Richard Dadd (1855), ‘Numb’ by Lisa Biles (2009) and ‘Phrenology’ by Louis Wain (1911). Each of these will be on permanent display.

The exhibition will include striking images by Victorian photographer Henry Hering of Bethlem patients taken before and after treatment in order to detect their mental health conditions through facial expressions and features. The collection will also feature a key to the gates of the 18th century hospital, 19th century manacles, chains, straitjackets and other physical restraint devices, comments and letters from visitors from the 18th century up until today and 19th century admission and discharge registers.

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LondonTown.com: London Zoo’s lemurs get brilliant new home

In With The Lemurs, a new home for the primates, opens next month at London Zoo.

LONDON, March 23, 2015 — /EPR TRAVEL NEWS/ — London Zoo is getting a new attraction next month in the shape of a swanky new walk-through home for the zoo’s playful troop of 16 lemurs. In With The Lemurs is a fine new base for the lemurs at the zoo, nestled as it is in the heart of leafy Regent’s Park, kitted out with the best accessories and with a desirable NW1 postcode. The new lemur attraction opens on Saturday 28th March at London Zoo. For more information on the zoo and other attractions in the area, as well as the best deals for a hotel in London, see LondonTown.com.

The lemur pen will be home to 15 ring-tail lemurs and one black and white ruffed lemur. Designed by the zoo’s expert keepers and horticulturalists,  In With The Lemurs will take visitors on a journey through the Madagascan shrub forest where the evolutionarily unique primates will be leaping, climbing and lounging all around them. Renowned sun-worshippers, the lemurs love nothing more than an afternoon spent sunbathing. With this in mind the zoo’s dedicated architects have carefully mapped the path of the sunlight on the new exhibit to ensure their basking platforms are purposefully located to maximise lounging time.

With an uncertain future in the wild, lemurs face a daily struggle to survive due to extensive habitat loss, and over-hunting. In With The Lemurs will give the zoo’s visitors a glimpse of these threats in the exhibit’s replica timber mill, highlighting the devastating effect the industry has on the lemurs’ wild habitat. Ring-tail lemurs are classified as endangered on the IUCN red-list, as are black and white ruffed lemurs, which are also listed on international conservation charity ZSL’s EDGE of Existence programme, due to the threat to their survival and evolutionary distinctiveness. The new attraction will help ensure that London Zoo remains one of Europe’s leading zoos in the way it combines fascinating attractions with sympathetic environments, following recent transformations of the enclosures for lions, tigers and gorillas. For more information on London Zoo, including location, travel information, admission prices and opening times, see LondonTown.com, the best London website for tourists and visitors to the capital.

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LondonTown.com: London prepares for fairy tale exhibition

Leicester Square hosts exhibition of props and costumes from Disney’s Cinderella

LONDON, March 23, 2015 — /EPR TRAVEL NEWS/ — Leicester Square will be sparkling this spring when it hosts a pop-up exhibition dedicated to displaying costumes and props from Disney’s new live action film of the classic fairy tale, Cinderella.Cinderella: The Exhibition opens on March 21 st at Leicester Square Gardens and will run until 10 th April. The exhibition will be free of charge, but tickets will be required for entry. For more information, see LondonTown.com, where you can also find the latest details on cheap hotels in London, with real-time updates on booking, prices and availability.

The Cinderella exhibition will feature 22 remarkable costumes and hundreds of original props offering people the opportunity to celebrate the film’s British roots first hand. Filmed in the UK, costumes were made by renowned British costume designer, Oscar-winning Sandy Powell, and the film was directed by fellow Kenneth Branagh. Powell’s costumes, as worn by the all-star cast including Lily James (Cinderella), Helena Bonham Carter (the Fairy Godmother), Cate Blanchett (Lady Tremaine) and Richard Madden (the Prince) will be proudly on display for all to see, housed within the recreated sets.

The exhibition is presented by Swarovski who provided Sandy Powell with over 1.7 million crystals for the spellbinding costumes to bring added sparkle to Cinderella’s magical world. At the heart of the exhibition will be Cinderella’s iconic slipper. The dazzling slipper, which plays such a pivotal role in the fairy tale, was hewn from solid Swarovski crystal and features 221 facets in a light-reflecting Crystal Blue Aurora Borealis coating. Powell worked closely with Swarovski technicians at the headquarters of the crystal house in Austria to create the magnificent slipper. “I’m looking forward to people being able to see the behind the scenes magic that went into the creation of Cinderella,” says Branagh. “Sandy Powell has allowed unlimited access to her creative process from the initial sketches to the final creations, including the most iconic costume of all – Cinderella’s incredibly beautiful blue ball gown.”

For more information about this and other film events and exhibitions in London this spring, see LondonTown.com, the best website for tourists preparing to explore the capital in 2015.

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LondonTown.com: London’s Design Museum unveils exciting programme for 2015

Bicycles and shoes are among the subjects that will be explored in wide-ranging exhibitions.

LONDON, January 07, 2015 — /EPR TRAVEL NEWS/ — London’s Design Museum, a space dedicated to the art and history of excellent design, has unveiled its exhibition schedule for 2015. This will include the first ever museum exhibition on the Spanish shoe brand Camper, a celebration of bicycle design, and an exploration of parametric architecture and design. The Design Museum is located in Bermondsey, a short walk from the blossoming London Bridge area, which has some of the most interesting shops, restaurants and hotels in London. A wide range of events and exhibitions to be found in the area can be found on LondonTown.com, London’s dedicated website for tourists in London.

Spring’s big exhibition will be Life On Foot: Camper At The Design Museum (13th May – 1st November 2015) will be the first exhibition devoted to the much-loved Spanish footwear brand Camper on the 40 th anniversary of this independent family-run business. The exhibition will take visitors from the design studios in Mallorca to high-tech mass production facilities in the Far East, and on to shop floors across the globe, charts the design and manufacturing process of Camper’s instantly-recognisable products, as well as their conceptual retail spaces and non-conformist, often humorous approach to advertising.

In the autumn, Bicycles (9th September 2015 – 28th February 2016) will explore Britain’s fascination with the bike. Cycling is the phenomenon that is changing the way we use and consider our towns and cities. It is driving a wave of creative innovation for mass market cycling, and has also resulted in a surge of craftsman bicycle makers working by hand to tailor machines to the precise specifications of their users. The results are beautiful as well as ingenious. The Design Museum will celebrate the bicycle with a major exhibition that brings together a range of the definitive bicycles of our times, explores cycling subcultures and looks at the impact the quest to achieve greater performance is having on the design of bicycles.

Finally, The New International Style: The Parametric Revolution (18th November 2015 – 30th June 2016) will explore the “International Style”, an approach to design that flourished in the 1920s in France, Germany, Switzerland and Holland, which shared a belief in modernism, and an aesthetic based on austere machine-like simplicity. Modernism is now facing a rebirth and this exhibition will explore the range, the roots, and the future of this creative and complex view of the world of design. For more on this and other exhibitions opening in 2015 at the Design Museum, see LondonTown.com.

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LondonTown.com: Controversial play extends London run

Play exploring life after death of Queen will now run until the end of January 2015.

LONDON, January 07, 2015 — /EPR TRAVEL NEWS/ — London theatregoers have only a few weeks left to see Mike Bartlett’s critically acclaimed new play, King Charles III directed by Rupert Goold. The play’s West End run, which began at the Wyndham’s Theatre on 2nd September 2014, was extended by nine weeks due to popular demand and ends on 31st January 2015. It’s considered to be one of the highlights of 2014 and a must see for tourists who can still snag a ticket. Visitors to London hoping to catch this and other last-minute deals – including finding a cheap hotel in London – should visit LondonTown.com, the London website that’s full of events and exhibition information in London, as well the best information for deals on theatres, restaurants, shops and hotels.

King Charles III has received glowing reviews from critics and audiences since opening at the Almeida Theatre in April 2014 and then transferring to the West End. The play has been seen by over 90,000 people and recouped its full production costs at the Wyndham’s in eight weeks. It is a piece of speculative fiction, that explores the future of the United Kingdom after the death of the Queen, with the prince who has spent a lifetime waiting for his moment of power now having to decide how he will reign.

Mike Bartlett’s play explores the people underneath the crowns, the unwritten rules of our democracy, and the conscience of Britain’s most famous family. Directed by the Almeida Theatre’s Artistic Director Rupert Goold, King Charles III has been designed by Tom Scutt, with music composed by Jocelyn Pook, with lighting by Jon Clark and sound by Paul Arditti. The play has been described as “Shakespearian” in its analysis of power and human weakness, and features some spellbinding performances. The Wyndham Theatre is to be found in the heart of London’s theatre district around Leicester Square, in easy reach of London landmarks as well as great shops, hotels and restaurants. For more information on things to see in London in 2015, see LondonTown.com.

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LondonTown.com: Innovative outsider artist celebrated in London exhibition

East London gallery holds exhibition of works of art therapy pioneer Mary Barnes.

LONDON, January 07, 2015 — /EPR TRAVEL NEWS/ — London’s quirky and adventurous art exhibition programme starts 2015 with a bang, with a fascinating display at the Nunnery Gallery in Bow looking at the work of outsider artist Mary Barnes. The Nunnery Gallery on the Bow Road is one of the city’s many innovative small spaces that feature unusual and creative exhibitions. For more on the galleries of East London, see LondonTown.com, where you will also find information on the best cheap hotels in London. The exhibition runs from 16th January to 29th March 2015.

The Mary Barnes exhibition at the Nunnery gallery is called Boo-Bah, which is the nickname Barnes gave to her therapist and friend Dr Joseph Berke. The paintings and drawings in the exhibition are largely drawn from Berke’s collection of Barnes’s work and she gave him the nickname in a love letter that scaled over a metre high, scrawled in Mary’s inimitable handwriting.

The exhibition covers works spanning her artistic career which began in the 1960s in Bow. Barnes moved to Kingsley Hall in East London in 1965 following a breakdown and diagnosis of schizophrenia. Here she joined the Philadelphia Association which was an alternative and experimental treatment community, created by the radical psychiatrist RD Laing and his colleagues. It was at the same time that Joseph Berke travelled to East London, as a recent medical graduate from New York, to work for Laing and this is where he met Mary Barnes. They developed a strong bond, dramatised in the play Mary Barnes by David Edgar which was itself based on the book Mary Barnes: Two Accounts of a Journey Through Madnes s written by Berke and Barnes. At this time, Barnes discovered her talent for art, producing vivid paintings often on religious theme. The exhibition launches the Nunnery Gallery’s season In Dialogue, a year-long exploration of partnerships, artistic inspirations and deeply involved relationships between the artist and the muse. For more information on this and other exhibitions in London in 2015, see LondonTown.com.

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LondonTown.com: London gears up for exciting art fair

London Art Fair brings contemporary art, sculpture, film and photography to Islington.

LONDON, January 07, 2015 — /EPR TRAVEL NEWS/ — As 2015 gets underway, London will kick off the year with the London Art Fair, the UK’s premier fair for Modern British and contemporary art. This event will take place at the Business Design Centre, Islington, from 21-25 January 2015. Islington is one of London’s most exciting area, packed with great shops and restaurants as well as numerous London hotels for anybody attending the fair. Details of prices and availability can be found at LondonTown.com.

The London Art Fair presents a unique overview of the art world, with 128 exhibitors ranging from established UK-based Modern British and contemporary galleries to innovative emerging spaces and international gallery presentations from Milan, Paris, Toronto and New York. With an engaging programme of curated exhibitions, talks, tours, films and performances, the fair provides an inspiring and supportive environment for collectors of all levels.

Fair sponsor Lund Humphries will be celebrating the work of Eduardo Paolozzi and at the entrance to the Business Design Centre, visitors will be greeted by two unique monumental sculptures by Paolozzi presented by Bowman Sculpture. The sculptures, Kalasan (1973-4) and Trishula (1966), were originally commissioned by Terence Conran, a former student of Paolozzi, as part of a sculptural children’s playground for his Habitat store in Wallingford, Oxfordshire.

Contemporary highlights include The Multiple Store’s new edition by Yinka Shonibare MBE, ‘Kaleidoscope’, which playfully explores gender stereotypes and power relations; while Redfern Gallery will bring a new edition of prints by American artist Linda Karshan. Contemporary designer makers include Joseph Walsh, whose exquisite woodwork is on show with Oliver Sears Gallery, Edmund de Waal’s ceramics at Crane Kalman Gallery and other leading ceramicists at Erskine, Hall & Coe. Beers Contemporary will celebrate many of the contemporary painters highlighted in their recent Thames & Hudson publication ‘100 Painters of Tomorrow’, including G L Brierley and Andrew Salgado. The Reel Poster Gallery will exhibit a collection of rare original film posters including those from Scorsese, Hitchcock and one of only two surviving posters from the Marx Brothers ‘A Day At The Races’ (1937).

There will also be exhibitions celebrating film and photography and performance art, including artist duo Henry/Bragg’s exploration of the rituals of bingo through a live, interactive game courtesy of C&C Gallery, on Sunday 25 January. An extensive programme of talks, tours and critical debates takes place throughout the week. For more information about how to secure admission times and ticket prices, see LondonTown.com.

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Chicago Wedding Officiant Marries 300th Couple at The Area’s Most Unique Wedding Venue, Pine Manor

Mount Prospect, Chicago, Illinois, December 12, 2014 — /EPR TRAVEL NEWS/ — Rev Pamela of Pine Manor Chicago in combination with the Country Inn and Suites, O’Hare Mt Prospect and Charles Dreiske, MBA, CMP Director of Sales announced today the 300th couple married by Rev Pamela. Their Photo Album can be found on Pinterest http://www.pinterest.com/PineManorChicag/top-wedding-venue-in-chicago-suburbs-5-star-for-sm/

Winning Couple: Carly Kraverath of Cudahy Wisconsin & Iven Schaffer of Chicago were married by Rev Pam October 25, 2014 in a private garden ceremony in the Revs Mt Prospect Home called Pine Manor. Joined by their parents, the couple exchanged vows and rings with reverend Pamela performing the oath of marriage at 2:30pm. After the ring ceremony, the couple affirm their marriage by the lighting of a Unity Candle and a rose ceremony, where the couple exchange roses symbolizing the gift of true and abiding love within the devotion of marriage. The Bride carried a bouquet that was made for her by Rev Pam an original creation with matching groom’s boutonnière. The Rev also took the photos as part of her Best Value wedding package.

After the ceremony the couple and their family celebrated with a delicious wedding cake made by Mt Prospects cake boss Central Continental Bakery / wedding cake manager Katie Collins (847) 870-9500. The cake was a six inch marble wedding cake, with white chocolate mouse filling and butter cream frosting with flowers falling down the side accented in red.

The couple now reside in Kent Washington where Iven was transferred after receiving a promotion as Industrial Belt Technician with his company Lewis-Goetz based in Pittsburgh. The couple spent their honeymoon on a cross-country road-trip moving to their new home. They holidayed at Mount Rushmore as the highlight of their trip.

In honor of the 300th wedding couple, Rev Pam’s overnight partner, Country Inn and Suites O’Hare by Carlson Mt Prospect gave the couple a king Jacuzzi suite for being the 300th Pine Manor Couple. Pine Manor Couples and their guests get exclusive discounts at this partner hotel. http://ilweddingofficiant.com/HOTEL-DISCOUNTS_Country-Inn–Suites-Ohare-Mt-Prospect%2CDiscount_HotelRates.html

Since it’s conception, only a few years ago, Rev Pam has had the honor of marring couples from all over the world. She specializes in serving her couples according to their unique personalities, beliefs and desires and has dozens of 5-star reviews from her couples. She was one of five officiates to marry couples at the MCAs EQIL celebration of Illinois legalization of same-sex marriage in June 2014. Her home, Pine Manor was also featured on the morning broadcast of Fox32 TV with showing several segments at the manor speaking to couples and the hotel throughout the morning show, May 30, 2014 with Darlene Hill Fox 32 Chicago Journalist covering the legalization of same-sex marriage.

The Revs home, Pine Manor Chicago, is a unique wedding venue located in a legal same-sex state, Mt Prospect, Illinois. The courthouse alternative wedding venue offering an intimate, home elegance perfect for a small guest list of up to 30, or a private elopement to Chicagoland’s Northwest suburbs. The Dutch Colonial is the private home of IL Wedding Officiant, Rev Pamela who opens her home offering couples a budget friendly wedding alternative with 1920’s charm and suburban hospitality. PineManorChicago.com Call 8-8pm 847-873-7463 LGBTQ & Pagan Friendly unique wedding venues chicago west loop, unique wedding reception venues Chicago, unique wedding venues near west side, best wedding venues in Chicago, cheap wedding venues Chicago, affordable chicago wedding venues, chicago wedding venues on a budget

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LondonTown.com: Roddick and Henman to feature in Statoil Masters

LONDON, December 04, 2014 — /EPR TRAVEL NEWS/ — The Statoil Masters at the Royal Albert Hall is the undisputed highlight of the ATP Champions Tour, showcasing some of the greatest tennis players of the modern era amidst the history and iconic splendour of the Royal Albert Hall, a venue usually reserved for the greats of classical music.

Now in it’s eighteenth year, the Statoil Masters will staged over five days between the 3rd and 7th December and promises a line-up of true tennis greats including recent stars like Andy Roddick, Tim Henman and Greg Rusedski competing in the Champions Tour Singles event as well as evergreen crowd favourites including John McEnroe, Pat Cash and Mansour Bahrami.

This year the Elton John organised Mylan WTT Smash Hit charity event adds to the entertainment with a glittering line-up of stars including five-time Grand Slam champion Martina Hingis, current British number one Heather Watson, Kim Clijsters and Sabine Lisicki. Final Day attendees can also look forward to appearance from Elton John and co-organiser Billie Jean King as Team Elton takes on Team Billie Jean.

The Statoil Masters is sure to attract tennis fans from far and wide and those visiting central London from further afield will be pleased to learn that LondoTown.com is currently offering discount deals on a selection of top hotels that will be well suited to attendees looking for a hotel in London.

Top deals currently include the five-star Baglioni Hotel London – just five minutes from the Royal Albert Hall – which is offering a 38% discount to anyone booking through LondonTown.com and 31% off the Fifty Four Boutique Hotel on Queen’s Gate.

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LondonTown.com: Christmas classical concert in prestigious London gallery

LONDON, December 04, 2014 — /EPR TRAVEL NEWS/ — One of London’s leading art galleries will branch out into the world of music this weekend, when it celebrates the arrival of Christmas by staging Handel’s Messiah in two evening performances. The National Portrait Gallery’s Portrait Choir will be giving their first ever public concerts at the Gallery after opening hours when they perform Handel’s Bible-inspired oratorio and Christmas concert favourite in the Victorian galleries on the evenings of Saturday 6 and Sunday 7 December. The National Portrait Gallery is one of London’s most popular galleries, located just off Trafalgar Square in the West End. For more about the gallery and other events and exhibitions in the area, see LondonTown, where you can also find the most up-to-date listing and booking information on London hotels, restaurants, shops and bars.

With its popular Amen and Hallelujah  choruses and dramatic retelling of the life of Christ, Messiah will be performed close to the Gallery’s famous portrait of the composer sitting with his copy of the work. The Portrait Choir are part of the first Choir in Residence programme at any museum or gallery in Britain. They will be joined by the Royal College of Music Baroque Orchestra and members of acclaimed ensemble Florilegium. The setting of the Victorian Galleries, surrounded by paintings of grand nineteenth-century figures, adds to the sense of occasion. During the day, visitors will be able to hear members of the Royal College of Music perform free chamber music recitals of works by Handel directly underneath the composer’s portrait. The Portrait Choir is in residence at the National Portrait Gallery at least five times a year and performs a wide repertoire of choral works in gallery spaces which relate to portrait themes,

The Handel portrait, which was painted for Handel’s friend Charles Jennens, was in 1968 the first painting to be acquired by the Gallery by public appeal. A gala performance of the oratorio to raise funds for the portrait was given at the Royal Albert Hall with Dame Joan Sutherland as soprano soloist. It was by Thomas Hudson (oil on canvas, 1756) and shows the great composer in old age and by now blind, with the score of Messiah in front of him open on a table. For more information about this and other events in London this Christmas, see LondonTown.com.

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LondonTown.com: Pioneering British sculptor celebrated at Tate next month

LONDON, December 04, 2014 — /EPR TRAVEL NEWS/ — One of Britain’s most renowned sculptors, Phillip King, will mark his 80th birthday with a display of six works from the 1960s in the Duveen Galleries next month. The exhibition will run from 8th December 2014 to 1st February 2015 and will showcase the work of a man who changed the face of British sculpture. For information on this and other exhibitions at the Tate Britain and Tate Modern, London’s two groundbreaking art galleries, see LondonTown.com, where you will also find updates and information on numerous other exhibitions, events and displays, as well as news on all hotels in London, restaurants, shops and sights.

King was a pioneer. His dissatisfaction with figurative, expressionistic sculpture of the 1950s, and his exposure to the new American painting in the 1960s, led him to experiment with abstraction, construction, material and colour. The display will include key works from Tate’s collection made during this decade, including Genghis Khan 1963 and the important loan of Rosebud 1962 (private collection), his first coloured sculpture using fibreglass. Influenced by Matisse, King was a pioneer of colour as well as material, and this rich combination of materials, techniques, forms and colour enabled King to create sculpture detached from conventional, figurative ideas. King also deferred from tradition by choosing to place his works directly on the floor, occupying a space alongside the viewer, rather than on plinths.

King was born in Tunisia in 1934 and came to England in 1945. In 1957, he studied sculpture at Saint Martin’s School of Art before working as an assistant to Henry Moore. He soon became influenced by developments in American art and began moving towards new abstraction in sculpture. In 1990 King was made Professor Emeritus of the Royal College and was the president of the Royal Academy from 1999-2004. In 2010 he received the International Sculpture Center’s Lifetime Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture Award. He lives and works in London. For more information on this exhibition, see LondonTown.com.

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LondonTown.com: Crouch End unveils exciting new arts centre

LONDON, December 04, 2014 — /EPR TRAVEL NEWS/ — In December 2014, London will celebrate the opening of a new arts centre with the launch party for Hornsey Town All Arts Centre in Crouch End. Hornsey Town Hall, built in 1935, was one of London’s first Modernist buildings. It was used as council offices until the 1970s, when it was briefly used as a performance venue before closing in the 1980s. It is now reopening on 6th December with a day of performance, music and dancing. For more on this and other venues in London, see LondonTown.com, where you will also find information about London hotels, restaurants, galleries, shops and bars.

Hornsey Town Hall Arts Centre’s opening party will take place on the same day as the Crouch End Festival’s Christmas Market in the Town Hall Square. Entry will be free, but tickets must be booked in advance and it will be followed by two further opening parties on the following weekend, with parties on Friday 12th December and Saturday 13th December. During these events, the public will have access to many previously restricted rooms. Guests will be greeted with mince pies and mulled wine on arrival (with additional bars selling champagne, beer and wine for those who are in a festive mood). Visitors will have the opportunity to explore forgotten rooms, such as the committee room and see for the first time, within the new gallery space, the exciting plans for the forthcoming year. From 10pm the downstairs Supper Room will open with DJs and music – and dancing is encouraged.

Hornsey Town Hall Arts Centre features more than 100 art studios, creative spaces and offices, all of varying sizes, available for hire as well as a variety of rehearsal and dance studios. The centre will host performances in numerous disciplines in a hall that once hosted bands like Queen and The Kinks, and will also boast a gallery space, which will exhibit works from local, national and international artists as well as giving opportunities to the building’s resident artists to showcase their art. For more information on this, see LondonTown.com.

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LondonTown.com: Hitler cartoons and Alice in Wonderland at quirky London museum in 2015

LONDON, December 04, 2014 — /EPR TRAVEL NEWS/ — One of London’s quirkiest venues, the Cartoon Museum, has announced its programme for 2015, and it will be typically rich in exhibitions on a wide range of subjects centred round cartoons, comics and caricatures, covering topics as diverse as Alice In Wonderland and Adolf Hitler. The Cartoon Museum is located in Bloomsbury, placing it a short distance from the British Museum. It contains hundreds of images from British cartoons and comics going back to Georgian times and including everything from Hogarth to Dennis The Menace. The area is packed with things to do, being close to Soho, Covent Garden, Oxford Street and Fitzrovia. For more about the area, see LondonTown.com, where you can also find information on the latest deals on cheap London hotels.

The exhibition programme for 2015 includes Marc: The Caricatures And Cartoons Of Mark Boxer (21st January -22 March 2015), Heckling Hitler: World War II In Cartoon And Comic Art (25th Match – 12th July 2015), Alice In Cartoonland (15th July – 1st November 2015) and Gillray’s Ghost: James Gillray And His Followers (4th November 2015 – January 2016). The first exhibition looks at the work produced by the English magazine editor Mark Boxer, whose caricatures appeared in The Times and Guardian from the 1960s, often produced in collaboration with colourful jazz singer and bon vivant George Melly. The Hitler exhibition follows the Cartoon Museum’s popular look at First World War cartoons, and will look at how British comic artists covered the Second World War. Alice in Wonderland remains one of the most popular children’s books ever produced, and its hallucinogenic fantasies have inspired countless artists: Alice In Cartoonland will explore how some cartoonists and comic artists have covered and explored Lewis Carroll’s popular Alice stories, including work from Bryan Talbot’s groundbreaking graphic novel, Alice In Sunderland . Finally,Gillray’s Ghost explores the work of brilliant Georgian caricaturist James Gillray to mark the 200th anniversary of his death. For more on this and other exhibitions being held in London in 2015, please visit LondonTown.com for the most up-to-date listings and information.

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