Halloween and Other Exciting Events.
Posted by: meganw 01/10/2012 @ 17:16
Hello readers, and welcome to another What’s On blog for the month. Autumn is now at full swing as the Clocks go back and Halloween looms around the corner. This blog will therefore focus on the forthcoming October events, particularly those Halloween celebrations you may be interested in if you’re a fan of this spooky night, and also things you can do if you want to avoid it like the plague.
October sees a great deal of festivals and events, such as the German Oktoberfest with its fantastic beverages, the …
Photo Exhibitions and More Cultural Treats
Posted by: meganw 24/08/2012 @ 15:09
Greetings and salutations, readers! This month, the What's On blog is keeping things relatively short and sweet with a breeze through some of the exhibitions and strange happenings that have piqued our interest. So hold onto your hats and prepare yourselves for a few tasty cultural tidbits about to be thrown your way...
Autumn sees the opening of not one, but three exhibitions designed to cast a different light on photographic art. First up is Everything Was Moving at The Barbican, which takes a worldwide tour of photography from …
Olympic Musings and Summer Holiday Ideas
Posted by: meganw 20/07/2012 @ 16:15
Apparently there's some kind of sporting competition about to hit town, so for this edition, the What's On blog is shaking the rain out of its hair, brushing the biscuit crumbs off its lap and attempting to muster some enthusiasm for all things Olympian. Helping us on our way is a selection of events that promise interactive fun and more than a smattering of sport, in most cases washed down with some lovely booze.
Get ready, set...
Starting us off on our (really not all that comprehensive) tour of Olympics themed events is the next Late at the V&A. This Friday Late includes a screening …
Seamus Ryan's Guide to London
With an impressive portfolio stretching from iconic celebrity profiles to stunning personal portraits, Seamus Ryan is a man with an eagle eye for detail. Ahead of launching what is reported to be the world’s first photobooth festival, Seamus took the time to select his favourite things about London, through the medium of images of course…
Working in Shoreditch allows me to indulge in my growing passion for graffiti. I’m not talking about tagging, I’m talking about more thought provoking and aesthetic pieces. Almost every time I go out there is a new work of street art left by persons unknown for everyone to enjoy. Some are sublimely beautiful, others intriguing and beyond my comprehension. Either way …
Jubilee Fever and Bank Holiday Fun
Posted by: meganw 29/05/2012 @ 17:31
The four day bank holiday weekend is almost upon us, and What's On is positively groaning under the weight of so many Jubilee-themed articles. It's a daily battle to stop the section's front page getting swamped with red, white and blue images, so over on the What's On desk we've decided to collate some of the biggest and more unusual bank holiday events into one handy blog. Huzzah!
Amidst all the Union Flags that have been hung above most of the city's major landmarks, major events taking place over the Diamond Jubilee …
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