Something Positive

Something Positive

‘Something positive,’ the editor told me. ‘Give them something to smile about.’ ‘Crikey,’ as Bertram Wooster probably never said. ‘That’s a challenge – a lofty demand,’ he might have added, anxious, like his creator, to eschew the hackneyed phrase. I considered the ed’s request. ‘What’s not to be glum about?’...

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Life Drawing Course with renowned artist Dan Whiteson at Baglioni Hotel

Life Drawing Course with renowned artist Dan Whiteson at Baglioni Hotel

10th February from 7.30-9.30 pm An exciting new collaboration between Baglioni Hotel and Dan Whiteson, this fully tutored class is perfect for inquisitive minds with no previous experience of drawing required. With nearly a decade of experience teaching life drawing in venues ranging from Sotheby’s, The Wallace Collection and Village...

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Entrepreneurs Unplugged by the Business Funding Show: Gonçalo de Vasconcelos

Entrepreneurs Unplugged by the Business Funding Show: Gonçalo de Vasconcelos

Gonçalo is a serial entrepreneur. He previously built and grew the multi-award-winning Fintech company SyndicateRoom and now is the founder and CEO of Rnwl, an Insurtech company launching in 2020. He is also considered one of the Top 10 most influential people in tech in the UK as well as...

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Going green on two wheels

Going green on two wheels

It’s not just cars. Bikes have played a part in the electric revolution, though you don’t hear about it as often. One big difference with electric cars is in the battery. Because of their size relative to a car, an electric motorbike can make do with a smaller battery. This...

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Londoners Exposed to Dangerous Levels of Toxic Air, BHF Warns

Londoners Exposed to Dangerous Levels of Toxic Air, BHF Warns

The Government must go further and faster with plans to tackle air pollution in London to have any chance of cleaning up our toxic air, a report by the British Heart Foundation (BHF) warns.   BHF analysis of the latest official data shows that every London borough has average levels of...

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Morley College London merges with Kensington and Chelsea College

Morley College London merges with Kensington and Chelsea College

Leading provider of adult education, Morley College London, has today officially merged with Kensington and Chelsea College (KCC), to become one of the largest providers of lifelong learning in the capital. Established in 1889, and with its roots stretching back even further, Morley College London is one of the country’s...

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Generous support for young artists in philanthropic gift to University of the Arts London

Generous support for young artists in philanthropic gift to University of the Arts London

Former Camden residents Rodney and Tessa Moorhouse dedicated their lives to helping young people to thrive in the arts. Their generous gift to University of the Arts London (UAL) will support 20 undergraduate students and 20 postgraduate students over five years. Rodney was locally renowned textile designer who worked from a...

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The Horse Hospital, Bloomsbury, London – imminent threat to landmark gallery in heritage building

The Horse Hospital, Bloomsbury, London – imminent threat to landmark gallery in heritage building

With cruel calendric irony February 2020 will mark both the 27th anniversary of The Horse Hospital’s inaugural exhibition and also it’s forced closure as London’s longest running truly independent arts venue if it cannot meet, or successfully contest, an excessive 333% rent increase. Set within a Grade II Listed Georgian...

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