The winner of the 2015 Turner Prize is Assemble

The result was announced in the Tramway in Glasgow on Monday 7th December, the first time Europe’s most prestigious contemporary art prize had visited Scotland. Dr Penelope Curtis, Director at Tate Britain, said of the location of the awards ceremony, “Given how many artists from Glasgow have made up the...

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The Snoopers Charter is a terrible idea

There are lots of reasons why the Investigatory Powers Bill is terrible. There is debate over how effective it will be in combating terrorism, and the old ‘Freedom versus Security’ one, which is always dumbed downed (you can’t have one without the other – freedom to be robbed isn’t really...

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Christmas burglaries frequent over the next two days

New analysis of claims by a popular home insurance firm revealed that there are a few days in December when burglars are particularly active, well above the yearly average. The firm, Direct Line, warns that as we enter into the festive party season householders should make sure they properly secure their homes whilst they are out...

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West End’s iconic landmarks light up as part of Lumiere London

To kickstart 2016, a host of iconic landmarks in London’s West End will come to life in a spectacular display as part of  the capital’s first ever Lumiere London, produced by Artichoke and supported by Mayor of London.  London’s West End – which welcomes over 390 million visits annually –...

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Camellia Show at Chiswick House Gardens

Chiswick House and Gardens Trust will be holding their popular annual Camellia Show from Thursday 11th February – Sunday 13th March 2016. The Show, now in its 6th year, celebrates these beautiful blooms within the elegant Chiswick House Conservatory, a 300ft glasshouse designed by Samuel Ware in 1813 for the...

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Bark! The Canine Angels Sing

The halls of St Luke’s Church in Chelsea filled with cheerful carolling and howling when 800 animal lovers came together for Battersea Dogs & Cats Home’s annual Carol Concert on Monday 7 December. Proudly supported by Harrods Estates Luxury Property Agents Chelsea and London’s favourite pedigree pooch boutique Pet Pavilion, the concert...

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Abingdon House School Welcomes Inspirational Music Professionals

Professionals, guests and parents at independent day school Abingdon House School, located in Broadly Terrace (NW1) were recently provided with invaluable creative inspiration as two renowned individuals from the music and education industries joined their ‘Very Special Lecture Series’. Held at St Paul’s Church in Marylebone, which lies adjacent to...

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