Spring is a’springing and with it a range of glass exhibitions, courtesy of American glass sculptor extraordinaire Dale Chihuly. Kew Gardens will see its flora and fauna take on a blooming marvellous glass form, scattered across flower beds, lakes and glasshouses. Dale Chihuly is renowned for his sensational, show stopping displays, having scattered his influence across the world in places such as New Orleans Botanical Garden and the Oklahoma City Museum of Art. He work has lit up Kew before in 2005 and you may have caught a glimpse of his magic hanging in the V&A rotunda. Taking up residency in Kew this month with […]
Daisy me rollin’, they hatin’… Let’s get down to business – there’s a Mario Kart Live Experience coming to London and we kart wait! The peachy event will see all of your MK fantasies come true as you don the outfits of your favourite characters (bagsie the Mushroom… because, he’s a Fungi), and get yourselves on the right track at Mushroom Rally. If you’re one of those Mario super-fans who didn’t manage to grab tickets at last year’s event then now is your chance. Flick on your star power, drive through those speed-up mushrooms and get yourself on track to […]
Yes, the rumours are indeed true, the sun is beginning to show its face and boy are we glad after a dismal Jan and an oh, so slow Feb. So, without further ado, we’re inviting you to enjoy a range of pop-ups that’ll have you jumping into the next season with a Spring in your step…
As we all know, art can take many forms – oil painting masterpieces, unmade beds, preserved bodies, messages sprayed on the sides of buildings and of course art performances. Not one to be confined by boundaries, The Waldorf Project is back with its fourth chapter BARZAKH and it’s been described as the ‘world’s most extreme art performance’, but what’s it all really about? What is The Waldorf Project? Since its inception back in 2012 as a multi-sensory dining experience, The Waldorf Project has been a revolutionary voice in performance art, putting on radical immersive experiences and experiments in consciousness in […]
Is it just us or do the many labels given to wine get a bit lost in translation. Biodynamic? Low-intervention? Our heads are already spinning and that’s not even from the wine! The good news is that Berry Bros. & Rudd have got your back; appreciating the confusion that surrounds wine they’re hosing their first wine tasting which will celebrate sustainability in the wine making process (and hopefully shed some light on what the heck all these words mean!) For the lesser informed amongst you, Berry Bros. & Rudd is in fact Britain’s oldest family-owned wine and spirits merchant, so we’re pretty sure they’ve been […]
An evening well spent is typically one where you’re elevated above London’s bustling streets and positioned sky-high, Champagne in hand. The Shard, one of London’s most iconic offerings, provides just that level of relaxation, with its plethora of foodie offerings, intimate dining spaces and creative cocktails – but how about immersive theatre? Often not the first thing that comes to mind when conjuring up images of The Shard, I was in awe of the latest revelation that the stalwart London staple had produced a Theatre In The Clouds experience in Shangri-La Hotel. The intimate extravaganza comes as a result of […]
Some things are just quintessentially British; football hooligans tearing apart a Spanish café, Jacob Rees-Mogg spouting off about poor people, losing at cricket or losing at Brexit. But nothing beats eating on a train. And not a gently defrosted sausage roll on the delayed Virgin service to somewhere ghastly up north. No, proper eating. We’re talking silver-service dining on deep plush seats gazing out onto the rolling British countryside while the tracks clickerty-clack beneath you and somewhere in the distance the locomotive chuff chuffs its way toward a viaduct. And that’s where Belmond British Pullman comes in. Belmond British Pullman are the world’s […]
Winter is so nearly here, guys. I mean, is it just us or has winter been coming for, like, ever?! Well, not to fear, your lives are about to get well and truly taken over by Game of Thrones hype. Fan or not, you’ll be inundated with paraphernalia, quotes, spoiler alerts in the office and, it...
Top o’the morrow to yah, Father Ted called and he wants all the Irish cliches back, please. Well he won’t be getting any this weekend because shamrocks, emerald green outfits and those ridiculous Guinness top hats will be out in force. However, if you’re keen to celebrate the man...
If the human world leaves you feeling rather morose then you’ll be pleased to hear that there’s a whole new world for you to explore. Let’s face it, immersive experiences are getting weirder, and weirder and weirder by the minute – but that’s why we love them, and we think you’re going to love this. The Otherworld is, quite literally, what it says on the tin; a neon-cum-pastel extravaganza that’s all about VR, immersion and zingy Scientific fanfare. You’d think the location was all hush, hush but it is in fact cuddled up underneath a railway arch in Haggerston. Take a […]
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