Monthly Archives: May 2014


The new Soulages Museum will open on 31th May 2014 in Rodez, the home town of the artist Pierre Soulages.

LIFT Returns to the London city stage for 2014

London International Festival of theatre (LIFT) 2014 is set to take place this year from 2-29 June and will be commemorating its 20th festival celebrating global theatre and bringing it to London’s theatre lovers once again. This year’s festival will include productions from 13 countries, performed across 15 London venues.

Cocobananas: a Brazilian beach shack in London

With the anticipation of the World Cup building up, Londoners’ stuck in England will look for some Brazilian passion and spirit.

Prix Pictet photography prize winner announced: Michael Schmidt

On Wednesday the 21st of May, 2014, Honorary President Kofi Annan awarded Michael Schmidt (1945-2014) with the 5th Prix Pictet photography award at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.


The Andy Warhol Museum has announced a new exhibition, Halston and Warhol: Silver and Suede, which explores the designer and his relationship to Warhol’s art and circle of friends. This takes place as part of a 20th anniversary celebration at the museum.

Contini Art UK- New gallery opening in Mayfair

CortiniArtUK is launching a new gallery space on New Bond Street opening today. Set over two floors, the gallery will cover over five thousand square feet in the heart of Mayfair.

Kenneth Clark | New Exhibition opens at Tate Britain

From now until the 10th August, Tate Britain is presenting a fascinating exhibition that explores the impact of one man, Kenneth Clark, on British art in the twentieth century.

Clerkenwell Design Week | 20-22 May

Today sees the opening of Clerkenwell Design Week. For three days only, the well-known area in London will be transformed in a spectacular way.

‘Chicken Shop and Dirty Burger Whitechapel’- Restaurant Launch

New restaurant ‘Chicken Shop and Dirty Burger’ opens in Whitechapel this Thursday and we cannot wait to try it.


For many, a snack is not just a snack. Whether serving as a means of rebellion, a secret indulgence, a compulsory drug or a well-deserved reward, a seven layer cake often has a few extra layers of meaning beneath the surface.

Fortnum & Mason Food & Drink Awards | Winners

The prestigious Fortnum & Mason Food & Drink Awards took place two days ago and we can’t miss the opportunity to present who is who in the culinary world.

Tusk- Christie’s Conservation Lectures 2014

Christie’s is proudly hosting two lectures in aid of Tusk, the African wildlife conservation charity of which Prince William has been Royal Patron since 2005.