Royal Albert Hall – Dementia Friendly Screenings

Royal Albert Hall – Dementia Friendly Screenings

On the 17thJuly the Royal Albert Hall will be hosting a dementia friendly screening of Calamity Jane, starting at 1pm and costing only £5 per ticket which includes tea and biscuits. The screening has been arranged specifically for those with dementia or alzheimers disease, their companions and support staff, and...

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A Global Britain Vision needs Fixing

A Global Britain Vision needs Fixing

By Derek Wyatt There is real anger across Continental Europe about the UK’s decision to pull out of the EU. This anger is felt by most who were persuaded by us to join especially Ireland. But there is as much anger in France and Germany which will take decades to...

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The London Mastaba, Christo and Jeanne-Claude, Serpentine Gallery

The London Mastaba, Christo and Jeanne-Claude, Serpentine Gallery

Until 9 September 2018 Free Admission serpentinegalleries.org   Christo and his late Moroccan wife and partner Jeanne-Claude have been working with barrels since 1977 and this is the first public sculpture by him to be erected in London. He is primarily famous for wrapping things up, like a section of...

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Vejdi Rashidov – exhibition at Gagliardi Gallery

Vejdi Rashidov – exhibition at Gagliardi Gallery

Opened at Gagliardi Gallery on the 10th July by the Bulgarian Ambassador, HE Mr. Konstantin Dimitrov, a comprehensive selection of works by the former Minister of Culture and current MP (and Chairman of the Cultural Committee of the Bulgarian Parliament) Vejdi Rashidov. Selected by Peter Gagliardi, curator of the 40 year old prestigious London...

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Screening of the 2017 Harlem International Film Festival documentary, “Changing the World, One Wall at a Time,” on July 29th 2018

Screening of the 2017 Harlem International Film Festival documentary, “Changing the World, One Wall at a Time,” on July 29th 2018

The screening of the Street Art documentary, “Changing the World, One Wall at a Time,” will take place at The Tabernacle, Notting Hill, on July 29th 2018 at 6pm. Tickets cost £7. The documentary explores one of the world’s largest street art and human rights campaigns, Education Is Not A...

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£2 billion raised in government buildings overhaul

£2 billion raised in government buildings overhaul

£2 billion has been raised in government building sales and a further £300 million per year saved for taxpayers in operating costs since 2014, according to the Government’s Estate Strategy, Last week’s report outlined new commitments free up housing, boost growth and create new jobs. Through smart property management and...

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