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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: Top London Festivals in June 2015

Festivals of love, food, architecture and street theatre draw thousands to London 

LONDON, June 04, 2015 — /EPR TRAVEL NEWS/ — June in London brings the month-long London Festival of Architecture, the City of London Festival, Festival of Love at the Southbank Centre and the Greenwich + Docklands International Festival. See more information about these and 69 of the best London events highlighted by LondonTown.

Google’s office of the future, the National Trust’s Mobile Museum, and SelgasCano’s Serpentine’s Pavilion are amongst 220 events making up the city-wide London Festival of Architecture 2015.

The City of London Festival (22nd June – 10th July 2015) sees the London Symphony Orchestra and Chorus, and the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment perform at St Paul’s Cathedral while the playful pop-up Bowler Hat creates a temporary performance space in Paternoster Square.

The Southbank Centre’s Festival of Love (Saturday 6 June until Sunday 31 August), takes its inspiration from Nelson Mandela. There are installations, exhibitions and performances for all the family in the theatre pop-up, Roundabout by Paines Plough. The Festival of Love culminates in the Big Wedding Weekend (29th & 30th August) when Southbank Centre welcomes all couples to marry in mass ceremonies in the Royal Festival Hall.

The nine day Greenwich + Docklands International Festival (26th June to 5th July 2015) opens with an epic outdoor spectacular by highly regarded French street theatre company La Compagnie Oposito presenting the UK premiere of Kori Kori, a processional theatrical journey through Greenwich.

Pop music festivals in London in June 2015 include Barclaycard presents British Summer Time which brings top performers including The Strokes, Blur, Kylie, The Who and Taylor Swift to Hyde Park. In between music acts there’s midweek comedy from Rich Hall, Ed Byrne and Ardal O’Hanlon as well as a family event featuring Union J, Justin Fletcher and other CBeebies favourites.

Returning for its 23rd year with 10 nights of concerts and comedy, the Hampton Court Palace Festival presents Jools Holland, John Wilson and the John Wilson Orchestra, Paloma Faith, Alfie Boe, Peter Andre, and Burt Bacharach. A first for the festival, there’s a double bill of comedy from Alan Davies and Paul Merton on 17th June, all in the open-air courtyard of King Henry VIII’s west London palace.

For more information on these and other great London events in June 2015, go to LondonTown.com where a wide choice of London hotels to suit all budgets is given as well as information on restaurants, attractions and all the latest London happenings.

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LondonTown.com offer five pairs of tickets to Taste of London

Win tickets and sample food from 40 of London’s hottest restaurants

LONDON, June 04, 2015 — /EPR TRAVEL NEWS/ — LondonTown has teamed up with top food festival, Taste of London, to offer five lucky winners a pair of tickets to the al fresco gastronomic showcase at Regent’s Park, and for those who want to stay in the city overnight there are many London hotels, from five star to affordable but trendy hotels, to choose from.

Always a foodie highlight of the summer, Taste of London offers a tantalising selection of world-class chefs and 40 of London’s hottest restaurants all gathered together in one place at London’s Regent’s Park from 17th – 21st June 2015.

New London restaurants taking part in the 2015 festival include contemporary Chinese restaurant Chai Wu, South East London’s latest haunt Artusi, Jose Pizarro’s authentic Spanish Pizarro, The Clove Club which serves cutting edge cuisine in Shoreditch Town Hall, The Palomar with its modern fare from Jerusalem and contemporary Japanese cooking from Aqua Kyoto.

Further new London restaurants partaking in Taste of London are Peruvian hotspot LIMA Floral, Anna Hansen’s newest venture, Modern Pantry mark II, and Marcus Wareing’s Tredwell’s.

Returning again are Taste of London favourites The House of Ho, L’Anima, Club Gascon, Spice Market, Ember Yard, Duck & Waffle, SushiSamba and Roka.

Top chefs Marcus Wareing, La Gavroche’s superstar sous chef Monica Galetti and the man responsible for revolutionising the way we eat Indian food, Atul Kochhar, are all appearing at Taste of London in 2015. Added to the mix are Mexican street food chef and entrepreneur Thomasina Miers, and Michelin starred Portuguese chef Nuno Mendes, head chef at celebrity favourite Chiltern Firehouse.

To enter the LondonTown Taste of London competition, go to LondonTown, answer the simple question and email your answer before 12noon on Monday 8th June 2015. The website also has a large number of London hotels to suit all budgets is given as well as information on restaurants, attractions and all the current London events.

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LondonTown.com: Best events in London in May 2015

Stormtroopers descend on the capital on 16th May 2015 when Star Wars – also the theme for Secret Cinema’s summer extravaganza in London – opens at Madame Tussauds, one of the best London events to look forward to in May 2015.

May 2015 begins with a Bank Holiday weekend from Friday 1st until Monday 4th May and the extra day off makes this a great time to visit London with the London Sketchfest, Breakin’ Convention, the free Canalway Cavalcade in Little Venice, and Grand Designs Live showing the great variety of events on offer in the city.

The London Coffee Festival, Pick Me Up graphic design festival continue throughout the May Bank Holiday weekend when the Wellcome Collection offers illumination in free festival ‘On Light’, the Southbank is transformed into the Streets of Spain, Vaisakhi Festival offers free entertainment in Trafalgar Square, and Land of Kings brings music, theatre and movies to Dalston on Sunday 3rd May.

Take inspiration from Richard Curtis’ movie and visit the Notting Hill May Fair on Saturday 9th May, part of the month-long Notting Hill MayFest. On Sunday 10th May the Dulwich Festival Fair, just one of the many Dulwich Festival events, comes to Goose Green, and the Covent Garden May Fayre & Puppet Festival celebrates its 40th anniversary. Later in the month Alchemy brings ten days of Indian culture to the Southbank Centre, and there’s more festival fun to feast on when the Foodies Festival comes to Syon Park.

London theatre highlights for new productions beginning in May include Simon Russell Beale starring in Steve Waters’ new play ‘Temple’ at the Donmar Warehouse, and Oscar nominated actor Bradley Cooper who reprises his acclaimed Broadway role as Joseph Merrick in ‘The Elephant Man’.

James Phillips’s new play ‘McQueen’ starring award-winning actor Stephen Wight, named Outstanding Newcomer at the Evening Standard Awards, premieres at St James’s Theatre on Tuesday 12th May. Gurinder Chadha brings her hit film Bend It Like Beckham to the London stage on 15th May 2015 when this season’s Regents Park Open Air Theatre programme launches with Peter Pan.

Major photography fair Photo London brings commissioned exhibitions and live events to Somerset House, Art15 attracts collectors looking for something new and different to Olympia, Clerkenwell Design Week includes Exmouth Market and its surrounds for the first time, and the new city-wide London Craft Week showcases work by top designer-makers in a specially created pop-up pavilion.

May’s live music highlights include Essex X Factor success story Olly Murs and throwback bands S Club 7 and Fleetwood Mac who welcome back former member Christine McVie after a sixteen-year hiatus. Texas, Belle and Sebastian, Maroon 5, and The Maccabees offer more memorable musical moments while Nick Cave and Eric Clapton both appear at the Royal Albert Hall. For a free classical music concert, catch the London Symphony Orchestra performing an open air concert in Trafalgar Square on Sunday 17th May.

London’s pop-up cinemas are back! The Rooftop Film Club returns to the Bussey Building, Hot Tub Cinema comes to a disused railway station in Shoreditch, and Pop Up Screens invites us to look at the science behind films like Alien at Chelsea Old Town Hall. From science to nature, the Chelsea Flower Show showcases stunning floral displays, and there are four days of fashion as Graduate Fashion Week sashays into the Old Truman Brewery from 30th May 2015.

Hundreds of museums, galleries and historic spaces across the UK and London open their doors late for Museums at Night. The Museum of Childhood marks the 150th anniversary of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland with The Alice Look.

In dance, Wayne McGregor presents his first full length ballet for The Royal Ballet Woolf Works, and the full ranks of Tredegar Town Band accompany Rambert’s dancers in the world premiere of Dark Arteries at Sadler’s Wells.

Meet crocodile Joe and Supervet Noel Fitzpatrick when the London Pet Show comes to London’s ExCeL centre on 9th & 10th May.

See a star studded comedy cast at Channel 4’s Comedy Gala including Michael McIntyre, Alan Carr, Jack Dee, Jason Byrne and Jonathan Ross, and book in for the splendid London Wonderground Spiegeltent which launches on 7th May with headline show Scotch & Soda, bringing Coney Island-style attractions and cabaret performed in the shadow of the Southbank Centre.

For more information on these and other great London events in May 2015, go to LondonTown.com where a wide choice of London hotels to suit all budgets is given as well as information on restaurants, attractions and all the latest London happenings.

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LondonTown.com: All change at two of London’s top theatres

Two of London’s best theatres are currently undergoing a change at the top with Rufus Norris taking over the artistic directorship of the National Theatre in April 2015 and Matthew Warchus succeeding Kevin Spacey as Artistic Director of The Old Vic in autumn 2015.

Rufus Norris opens his debut season at the National with ‘Everyman’ starring Oscar nominee Chiwetel Ejiofor (12 Years A Slave) running from 22nd April 2015 in the Olivier Theatre, anticipated as one of the best London events for spring.

Highlights of his inaugural season at the National Theatre include ‘Three Days in the Country’ by ‘Closer’ playwright Patrick Marber who directs his new adaptation in the Lyttelton Theatre from July. ‘Our Country’s Good’ by Timberlake Wertenbaker directed by Nadia Fall which opens in the Olivier Theatre in August. And ‘People, Places and Things’, a new play by Duncan Macmillan presented in a co-production with Headlong, directed by Jeremy Herrin, opening in the Dorfman Theatre in August.

Sally Cookson’s five star production of Charlotte Brontë’s masterpiece Jane Eyre, originally played at the Bristol Old Vic, comes to the National’s Lyttelton Theatre in September 2015, Anne-Marie Duff leads the cast in ‘Husbands and Sons’ beginning in October, and Polly Findlay directs Shakespeare’s comedy ‘As You Like It’ in the play’s first main stage production at the NT since 1980 in the Olivier Theatre in November. In the same month Rufus Norris directs ‘wonder.land’, a new musical by Damon Albarn and Moira Buffini inspired by Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland.

Other highlights at the National Theatre include Indhu Rubasingham, Artistic Director of the Tricycle Theatre in Kilburn, directing the UK premiere of Broadway hit ‘The Motherf**ker With the Hat’ from 10th June 2015 with a cast which includes Ricardo Chavira – Carlos Solis in US comedy-drama series, Desperate Housewives.

The National’s Temporary Theatre (previously The Shed) will host a tenth anniversary revival of Tim Crouch’s An Oak Tree from 23rd June which will see Crouch playing opposite a different actor each night, who has not seen a word of the play beforehand.

Ralph Fiennes, Timothy Spall and Rob Brydon will all take to the stage of The Old Vic for Matthew Warchus’ first season as Artistic Director of the famous London venue. The programme includes Ibsen’s ‘The Master Builder’ in a new adaptation by David Hare starring Ralph Fiennes due in 2016, and the world premiere of a new musical, ‘Groundhog Day’ reuniting the creative team of ‘Matilda the Musical’ with music and lyrics by Tim Minchin.

The Old Vic new season will open on 1st September 2015 with ‘Future Conditional’, a new play by Tamsin Oglesby starring Rob Brydon and featuring a young cast of 23, directed by Matthew Warchus. There will be new commissions including a new dance thriller, ‘Jekyl and Hyde’, and the Christmas production will be a new stage adaptation of Dr Seuss’s The Lorax.

More good news for theatre lovers, Kenneth Branagh recently announced a new West End season of five plays, starring Dame Judi Dench, Lily James and himself in a year-long residency which begins on 17th October 2015 at the Garrick Theatre, with associates Rob Ashford and Olivier Award-winner Christopher Oram.

For more information on these and other great London theatre events, go to LondonTown.com where a wide choice of London hotels to suit all budgets is given as well as information on restaurants, attractions and all the latest London happenings.

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LondonTown.com: Classic cartoons of Hitler feature in new London exhibition

An exhibition opening in London this week will explore the ways in which something as humble as the cartoon helped boost morale and inform the population in Britain during the Second World War.Heckling Hitler: World War II In Cartoon And Comic Art will be held at the Cartoon Museum in Bloomsbury from 25th March to 12th July 2015. This fascinating little museum is one of London’s quirkiest, offering a great variety of changing exhibitions that show the importance, history and depth of cartoon and comic art. For more on the museum, and to see other London events taking place in the area this week, see LondonTown.com, where you can also find the latest information onLondon hotels, restaurants and shops.

Heckling Hitler will use more than 120 original drawings to show how World War II unfolded through the eyes of British cartoonists. Throughout the war, cartoonists and comic artists played their part in helping to raise morale. On the home front, their cartoons showed Britain ‘how to make the best of things’ (Heath Robinson) and encouraged people to keep ‘smiling through’ (Joe Lee). Posters produced for the Ministry of Information reminded the public that ‘Careless Talk Costs Lives’ (Fougasse) and that ‘Doctor Carrot’ was the ‘children’s friend’. Comic heroes like Desperate Dan and Lord Snooty kept the children entertained with stories showing how British pluck and guile would put one over on the dictators.

This exhibition concentrates mainly on newspaper and magazine cartoons from WWII. Included are works by HM Bateman, Will Dyson, ‘Fougasse’, Carl Giles, Leslie Grimes, Leslie Illingworth, ‘Jon’, ‘Kem’, Joe Lee, David Low, Donald McGill, ‘Neb’, Eric Roberts, ‘Pont’, William Heath Robinson, Ronald Searle, E H Shepard, Sidney Strube, Bert Thomas, ‘Vicky’ and Dudley D Watkins. Sample material from books, leaflets, artwork from The Dandy and The Beano, postcards and other publications produced as overseas propaganda have also been included, as well as unpublished cartoons drawn in prisoner-of-war camps and by civilians on the home front on scrap paper. There is even a rare pin cushion featuring Hitler and Mussolini. Together they evoke a Britain battered but unbowed that, with the help of its cartoonists, could smile in the face of adversity and win through in the end. For more information, see LondonTown.com.

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LondonTown.com: Exciting family events lined up this Easter in London

London will be full of exciting things to do this Easter, including at the Foundling Museum in Bloomsbury, where several events are being lined up. The Foundling Museum is a gallery and museum near King’s Cross that explores the history of the Foundling Museum, a charitable institution founded in 1700s for orphans, with principle benefactors including William Hogarth and George Frederic Handel. This Easter it will be holding several events alongside its current exhibition, Sir Jacob Epstein: Babies and Bloomsbury. For more on this exhibition, see LondonTown.com, where you can also find the latest information and deals on London hotels, shops and restaurants.  

Over Easter, the Foundling Museum will be holding a talk on sculptor Jacob Epstein with curatorial advisor Agi Katz as well as a walking tour around the historic Bloomsbury in which Epstein lived and worked. To celebrate the history of the Foundling Hospital’s Boy’s Band, they will be holing a Band Day, an all day tribute to the hospital’s history with music and the military, including family workshops and live music from the Camden Concert Band. There will also be a performance from award-winning folk trio Moore Moss Rutter.

The events begin on Sunday 5th April with a talk and concert related to Jacob Epstein. At 2pm, Agi Katz will consider whether it was Epstein’s humanity or skill that made him a great portrait sculptor. It will be followed by a piano recital from Maite Aguirre. Folk At The Foundling takes place on 17th April at 7pm, with a performance from award-winning trio Moore Moss Rutter, who bring their ‘intelligently crafted musical adventures’ to the museum as they kick off their summer tour. On Sunday 19th April at 1pm, the Foundling Walk will take place. This begins from the nearby British Museum and will allow walkers to discover more about Epstein’s loves and artistic inspiration whilst taking in a wealth of statues and sculptural works that depict famous figures of Bloomsbury’s history, culminating at the Foundling Museum.

Finally, Band Day takes place on Saturday 25th April from 11am to 4pm. This takes the form of a family day of live music, talks and workshops to celebrate the history of The Foundling Hospital’s Boys’ Band. Camden Concert Band will perform outside the museum near the grounds of the original Foundling Hospital, recreating musical sounds once familiar to the area. A family workshop will run during the day, where children can make their own Band Day instruments, alongside talks on the history of the Boys’ Band. For more information on this and other events in London this Easter, see LondonTown.com.

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LondonTown.com: Infamous items from London’s Black Museum go on display for first time

Exhibits from one of the world’s most infamous museums will be going on public display in October for the first time in history. The Crime Museum Uncovered a the Museum of London will showcase items from the Metropolitan Police’s Black Museum, now known as the Crime Museum. This museum at the Met’s HQ of New Scotland Yard contains items from numerous notorious crimes and since 1875 has only been accessible to the police and invited guests. The Museum of London exhibition will run from 9th October 2015 – 10th April 2016 and will be accompanied by a programme of talks and events. For more, see LondonTown.com, where you can also see listings for cheap London hotels, great restaurants and amazing London events and exhibitions.

The exhibition will take visitors on a journey through real cases and how they were investigated. It will bring them close to the objects and evidence from some of the UK’s most notorious crimes, including the Acid Bath Murderer of 1949, the Great Train Robbery of 1963 and the Millennium Dome Diamond Heist of 2000. It will also examine some of the challenges faced in policing the capital, tackling themes from terrorism and espionage to counterfeiting and narcotics. The Crime Museum is used by the Metropolitan Police for training purposes, helping officers to understand the psychology of criminals and to see how crimes have been solved in the past.

Other crimes explored in the exhibition include the Jack The Ripper murders of 1888, the careers of East End gangsters Ronnie and Reggie Kray, and the murders of Dr Crippen. Exhibited alongside the evidence will be the museum’s Visitors’ Book, revealing an eclectic list of high-profile guests such as George V (1865-1936), Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (1859-1930), Harry Houdini (1874-1926) and Stan Laurel (1890- 1965) and Oliver Hardy (1892- 1957). For more information on this exhibition and other events being held at the Museum of London and its sister museum, the Museum of London Docklands, see LondonTown.com.

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LondonTown.com: Africa comes to South London this summer

South London’s best museum is heating up for a thrilling 2015 summer season that will celebrate Africa’s rich cultural influence on London. African Summer at the Horniman Museum in Forest Hill will feature a number of events that will provide perfect entertainment for visitors to the popular museum and garden. For more information about London events taking place this summer, see LondonTown.com, London’s best website for visitors to the capital. It contains regularly updated information on London events, as well as the latest news on cheap London hotels, featuring up-to-the-minute updates on room rates and availability.

The African Summer season will showcase a variety of London-based artists, whose work will reveal the diversity of people, art forms, ideas and traditions inspired by this vast continent and its diaspora.Throughout July and August, the Horniman will host live music, photography, museum displays, film and dance. This will include carnival parades and Afro-jazz picnics, as well as African-inspired family favourites such as arts and crafts, object-handling and storytelling. The first event is Africa Dance! on 5th July, a glorious day of dance and cross-arts performances delivered in partnership with the Association of Dance of the African Diaspora (ADAD) and Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance programme, as part of Bloom Festival.

The summer season has been designed to complement the Horniman’s African Worlds gallery, along with a temporary display by the Windrush Foundation and a photo-documentary exhibition of images of women in Sierra Leone. African Summer will also feature works by artists and performers specially commissioned by the Horniman, thanks to bursaries made possible by Arts Council England’s Grants for the arts programme. The Horniman Museum also features extensive gardens to explore, as well as world-class natural history collections, musical instruments from around the world and a small aquarium. For the latest news on the African Summer programme as well as other events and exhibitions being held at the Horniman in 2015, see LondonTown.com.

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Shakespeare’s Globe set to premiere Holy Warriors

This summer at Shakespeare’s Globe looks set to be an exciting time for theatre lovers with four new plays debuting at the Bankside theatre. Alongside new works by esteemed playwrights Richard Bean, Howard Brenton and Simon Armitage, Holy Warriors is the latest offering from the writer of In Basildon, David Eldridge.

Premiering on July 19th at Shakespeare’s Globe, Holy Warriors promises a truly epic, millennia-spanning tale of the fight for Jerusalem, taking in a vast swathe of the historical tumult that has surrounded the Holy City. The story encompasses the Romans capturing of the city, the crusades conflict between Christian forces led by King Richard The Lionheart and Saladin, leader of the Muslims, right up to the Hamas suicide bombings of recent history.

Holy Warriors is the latest, highly anticipated play from David Eldridge, writer of the much-praised stage adaptation of Festen and In Basildon which ran at the Royal Court two years ago and was voted the number one theatre pick of 2012 by the Guardian’s writers and critics.

Tickets for Holy Warriors are available via the Shakespeare’s Globe website and cost £5 (standing) and between £15 and £42 for seats. You can find out more at LondonTown.com where you’ll also find a wide selection of discounted accommodation within easy reach of the famous theatre. If you’re on the lookout for a cheap London hotel deals are available on many of the city’s finest establishments.

The Novotel London City South on Southwark Bridge Road, just opposite St Pauls Cathedral is offering rooms from £83 per night, which is a 21% discount on the usual rate. The hotel is just three minutes from the Globe.

Just as convenient and even more generously discounted, the Ibis Styles London Southwark Rose gives guests exceptional access to the Globe, Tate Modern and Borough Market and with 27% off courtesy of LondonTown.com rooms are available from just £93.

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Balham Comedy Festival returns to tickle London’s funny bone

The Balham Comedy Festival returns to the Bedford pub for a third year of great comedy. The festival organisers have put together a programme featuring some of the best home grown and international talent for 8 nights and 9 days of hilarity.

Since 1984, the Bedford in Balham has hosted Banana Cabaret, which is dedicated to discovering, developing and promoting emerging comedy acts. Many great names in comedy started their careers at the Bedford and this year, the pub will rock with laughter to celebrate the Banana Cabaret’s 30 th anniversary. The programme is a diverse mix of comedy acts. Names already confirmed for the festival include Robert Newman, Paul Daniels, Phill Jupitus, Reginald D. Hunter, Tim Vine, Stephen K Amos, Marcus Brigstocke, Milton Jones, Shappi Khorsandi, Mark Steel, Richard Herring, Jeremy Hardy, Susan Calman, Kevin Day, Gary Delaney, Kerry Godliman, Tony Law, and Fred MacAulay with more performers to be announced. For those comedy fans brave enough to take to the stage themselves, the festival will feature stand-up comedy workshops sponsored by Wandsworth council. The workshops will be hosted by funny man John Moloney who has lived in Balham for 20 years. Comedy fans can also treat themselves to a meal in Balham which features some of the best budget restaurants in London. A kitsch Italian osteria, a fishmonger’s fried goods, and Georgian muesli are but some of the options in the vicinity of the Bedford.

The Balham Comedy Festival will be taking place on 11 -19 July 2014 and tickets can be purchased on the festival’s official website. For more information on the line up, the location of the festival, and the restaurants in Balham, visit LondonTown.com

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Buckingham Palace to open its doors again this summer

Buckingham Palace is once again giving visitors an opportunity to peek behind the scenes of one of the World’s grandest royal palaces. As one of the world’s last remaining working palaces opportunities to survey the glorious interiors of Buckingham Palace are few and far between, making the annual Summer Opening an especially valuable chance for the public to explore this famous building.

The Summer opening once again grants visitors access to the lavishly decorated State Rooms where they will encounter some of the royal collection’s finest treasures including painting by Rubens, Rembrandt, Vermeer, Poussin and Canaletto. Sculpture by Canova and Chantrey along with fine Sèvres porcelain are also amongst the highlights.

With the arrival of Prince George still fresh in everyone’s minds, this year’s Summer Opening features a special Royal Childhood exhibition. The show will offer a fascinating glimpse into the formative years of royal children throughout the last 250 years, featuring toys, outfits and never before seen images.

Tickets to the Buckingham Palace Summer Opening can be booked at LondonTown.com where visitors will also find a wide array of discounted hotels in the vicinity of the palace, making it a great place to find a hotel in central London.

The Rubens at the Palace Hotel couldn’t be closer to Buckingham Palace – situated on Buckingham Palace Road it is just four minutes’ walk from the famous gates – and offers suitably well-appointed accommodation. With a 21% discount courtesy of LondonTown.com rooms are available from £159.

Even more upscale and similarly handy for the palace is the 41 Hotel London, the tenth best hotel in Europe according to Travel and Leisure and available from £282 thanks to a 27% discount.

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Camden Fringe is Back, and Bigger Than Ever

For four weeks this summer, the Camden Fringe returns for its 9th successive year of comedy, theatre, poetry and dance. Across North London, more than 200 different productions will be performed at 24 venues between July 28th and August 24th.

As usual the primary draw is the stand up comedy – but the festival is also upholding it’s tradition of staging some of the more bizarre acts from around the world. In 2014, they include rapping OAPs and an eccentric take on the works of Shakespeare. If it’s funny ha-ha or just funny peculiar, it’s probably on in the borough of Camden this summer. Tickets range from £5-£12 depending on venue, which include Upstairs at the Gatehouse in Highgate Village and the Tristan Bates Theatre in Covent Garden.

Perhaps the most important venue for the Fringe is the Etcetera Theatre, where the festival began life in 2006. From humble beginnings, where performers barely outnumbered attendees, the Camden Fringe gradually picked up performers, punters and venues over the next eight years and now sits firmly in the comedy festival big leagues, attracting household names like Simon Amstell and internationally-recognized venues like the Roundhouse. Despite its success, the Camden Fringe remains devoted to new talent, and there will be no shortage of breakthrough stars of the future on show.

To help travelling comedy fans find an affordable hotel in London, the capital’s premier events and accommodation website LondonTown.com is offering discounts on a number of rooms in and around Camden. It’s the perfect solution for comedy fans on a budget.

Among the deals being offered by the site is a night’s stay at the Radisson Blu Edwardian Grafton Hotel for just £47 – an 36% discount on the usual rate. Situated on Tottenham Court Road, The Radisson is five minutes walk from Camden High Street.

Just as close is the Thistle Euston London Hotel, which is offering an 84% discount on a deluxe double room, bringing the nightly rate down to £76. Visit LondonTown.com to find more discounted London hotel rooms, and for more information on the Camden Fringe, which runs between July 30th and August 26th.

Another hotel in London participating in the offer – and located just as close to the Fringe action as The Radisson – is the Wesley on Euston Street. When booking through LondonTown.com, guests can take advantage of a 35% discount, bringing the cost of a night’s stay down to just £54.

For more information on the 2014 Camden Fringe, and to find your own hotel in London, visit LondonTown.com.

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The Chap Olympiad Celebrates Its 10th Anniversary

The Chap Olympiad returns to London on the 12th July 2014, celebrating its 10th anniversary. Orchestrated by The Chap magazine, the annual event is not so much a sporting occasion, more a celebration of buffoonery and ineptitude. Tickets are on sale now and always sell out prior to the event so be sure to snap yours up now. For those also looking to book a London hotel, visit LondonTown.com where a great selection for all budgets can be found.

Taking place at Bedford Square Gardens, one of the best preserved set pieces of Georgian architecture in London, the distinguished gathering invites members of the public to take part in a number of zany showdowns such as Umbrella Jousting, using bicycles and brollies instead of horses and lances; and Tug of Hair, in which a lengthy handlebar moustache is used in place of a rope. Designed to separate the chaps from the cads, anyone can compete to win the bronze, silver and gold cravats. Guests are advised to wear elegant finery, period military wear, formal wear or dandy wear – strictly no sportswear (except cricket whites), denim or sneakers.

Further to the ‘sporting’ events, there will also be sandwiches and Pimm’s by the bucket load. Tickets are £20 for the day or £35 for the day and entry to the evening Blitz Party. For more information visit LondonTown.com.

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Laugh it up in London this summer at the Balham Comedy Festival

Now in its third year, the Balham Comedy Festival has quickly established itself as one of the highlights of London’s comedy calendar. It returns to the Bedford pub in South West London this July with another stellar line-up of side splitting stand up.

The festival will run from the 11th to the 19th of July and promises to pack plenty of laughs into that week courtesy of both established stars and up-and-coming talents. Famous names include Marcus Bridgestock who will perform his Je M’accuse – I Am Marcus show, gag expert Tim Vine, Radio 4 favourite Jeremy Hardy, Richard Herring, Phil Jupitus and Reginald D. Hunter, in fact the Balham Comedy Festival boasts one of the best comedy line-ups you’ll find anywhere. Paul Daniels and the lovely Debbie McGee are even making an appearance!

And if you’re inspired by the famous faces filling the Balham Comedy Festival’s programme there will also be comedy workshops for adults and children hosted by John Moloney, Adam Bloom, and Dave Fulton. These consist of a 45-minute masterclass followed by a 30-minute break to allow the ‘students’ to prepare their own stand-up routines and then perform them, with advice and support from professional comedians.

Comedy fans visiting Balham from further afield will find a selection of conveniently located London hotel accommodation at LondonTown.com. The Holiday Inn Express Wimbledon South is just a couple of miles from The Bedford and offers extra-affordable accommodation courtesy of a 39% discount when you book through LondonTown.com, meaning rooms start at just £52. Also nearby, the Holiday Inn Express Wandsworth is even cheaper courtesy of a 21% discount.

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London’s favourite Peruvian LIMA set to open second restaurant

One of the most exciting new London restaurants opening this summer is undoubtedly LIMA Floral. It’s older sister – simply called LIMA – first opened its doors back in August 2012, going on to become the first Peruvian restaurant in Europe to win a Michelin star.

The coveted star wasn’t the only accolade awarded to LIMA’s founder Virgilio Martinez in 2013. His flagship establishment Central Restaurante – located in the Peruvian capital from which the LIMA project takes its name – was featured in last year’s World’s 50 Best Restaurants.

So Martinez and his partners Gabriel and Jose Luis Gonzalez, we can safely say, have form when it comes to pleasing international diners, and their brace of London restaurants have taken their place among the city’s finest venues.

For the uninitiated, Peruvian cuisine is an exciting mix of Amazonian fish dishes, scallops and chia ceviche, served with exotic native vegetables and grains like kohlrabi and quinoa. LIMA Floral is complemented by a basement ‘piqueos bar’ which, according to Martinez, is “essentially a bar serving tapas dishes…”

The small plates available in the piqueo bar include grouper with rocoto tiger’s milk ceviche and tuna and seared aubergine tiradito. These delicacies are offset by an extravagant, extensive cocktail menu which features variations on the classic Peruvian beverage Pisco Sour.

Both restaurant and piqueo bar are designed by B3, whose other London restaurants projects include Gymkhana and Bubbledogs. Their vision is an international take on Peruvian styles, all large arched windows and cosy dens, the perfect setting for a long, lazy dinner.

LIMA Floral is located on the corner of Garrick Street and Floral Street, set in a historic former monastery (which was most recently home to The Forge restaurant). Both the piqeuos bar and the main restaurant open on July 20. Find out more at LondonTown.com, where you can keep track of all the latest restaurant openings and book online.

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LondonTown.com is the number one Internet site for London. With over 18 years of experience assisting visitors to the capital, they pride themselves on their customer service and editorial independence – no banner advertising or paid for content is allowed. The LondonTown.com team assist in finding cheap London hotels, sightseeing tours, ticket information and events. Trusted and with a loyal following, LondonTown.com is a very reliable source of recommendations and advice on what to do in London.http://www.LondonTown.com

 

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