V&A: Shoes. Pleasure and Pain.

  The exhibition seeks to capture thematic periods evoking a stylistic mood likely to have mused shoe designers of past and present to venture deeper into their creative psyche producing some of the designs on offer at the museum.   Themes include passion, high society, look at me, the way...

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Dining Out: The Lucky Pig

The Lucky Pig, located just 5 minutes away from Fulham Broadway on St North End Road, is aiming to recreate the glamour of the roaring twenties. The place is kitted out with art décor lampshades, immaculately dressed waiters carrying elegant cocktails across the marbled floors as a live jazz band...

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Olympia International Art & Antiques Fair returns to Olympia

Olympia International Art & Antiques Fair Dates: 18-28 June 2015 Venue: Olympia London   Celebrating its 43rd year, Olympia is London’s original art and antiques fair. It brings together a collection of the world’s leading dealers and is attended by seasoned collectors, first time buyers, casual art and antique lovers...

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Community-focused film competition ‘Love Living in’ offers £1,000 top prize

Property specialist Leaders is running a film competition, Love Living in, which shines a spotlight on what it is that makes the place people call home special. Leaders’ marketing manager, Alison Guyton, says: “Every town, city, village and suburb is different; made up of a unique assortment of people, streets,...

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Hubble: Aging portal into the past

In April 2015 the Hubble Space Telescope celebrated its 25th anniversary in space, and what an amazing success it has proved to be. It was originally conceived in the 1960’s with a 3m mirror, unfortunately downsized to a 2.4m mirror due to budgetary constraints. It was ready to launch in...

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Magna Carta changed the world, David Cameron tells 800th anniversary event

Magna Carta went on to change the world, Prime Minister David Cameron has said, at an event marking the 800th anniversary of the document that heralded modern democracy. He was speaking at a ceremony at Runnymede in Surrey, close to the River Thames, where King John of England sealed the...

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