Feeling Stumped? Check out these new Chelsea Physic Garden lectures

The Chelsea Physic Garden will be hosting a fascinating series of talks on the uses of medicinal plants, shrubs and trees. This is inspired by the Physic Garden’s new World Woodland Garden, an area dedicated to the medicinal plants from all over the world spanning the time of human civilization....

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The Lucky Pig – Fulham

Last Thursday 13th May marked the opening of a swanky, swinging new bar at the heart of Fulham, The Lucky Pig. Located on the North End Road it’s recreating the glamour of old with classic cocktails and seriously high end nibbles, set to be the host of many a great...

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Royal College of Music turn up their volume

The Royal College of Music has announced that it will be launching a £25 million redevelopment of its historic facilities starting in 2016. Plans for the South Kensington building will focus on the open courtyard space at the heart of the Prince Consort Road campus. They also include development of...

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The Model-making of Modern London

  What is it that we find so intriguing about scale models, from Jonathan Swift’s  depiction of the island kingdom of Lilliput in Gulliver’s Travels to the modern tourist attraction that is Legoland almost three centuries later, enjoyed equally by children and adults alike? Part of the answer, at least,...

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German Concentration Camp Survey

Whilst documentaries are often rife with noticeable bias or ulterior motives, it’s rare to come across a government funded effort that crosses the line into pure propaganda. However nothing about the unwieldy titled German Concentration Camp Survey is even faintly normal. Frankensteined together from footage shot by military-cameramen on-hand at...

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