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Bumper news round-up: seems to be loads of stuff happening around town today.
The pick of this week’s openings on London’s cultural calendar, including dance, opera, theatre and art
Good news for 18th century actresses. Pretty grim reading for the rest of us today.
Tango, pigs, serial killers, dolls’ hair and Dutch landscapes: all part of the rich mix of things on London’s cultural calendar for this week
Did you know that the National Portrait Gallery has been open in its current premises for 115 years?
National Gallery and Tate Britain among 17 galleries now explorable using Street View tech.
Susan Hiller is our pick of the week, with not one but two exhibitions opening in London. There’s also an international flavour to this week’s Arts Ahead: Russian ballet, American dance, images from Communist East Germany and your last chance to see Japanese fashion at the Barbican.
A culturally and historically significant portrait of freed slave, Ayuba Suleiman Diallo, goes on display today at the National Portrait Gallery, following a temporary export bar and international negotiations over its future.
Our latest Chefspective interview offers the opinions of a chef with a view: Katarina Todosijevic, Head Chef at the National Portrait Gallery’s Portrait restaurant. With a world class collection of art below her top floor eatery featuring stunning views of many of London’s most noted …
Inspiration! A shot from a previous Shoot. The Shoot Experience team continue to blaze a photographic trail across the city, this time teaming up with the National Portrait Gallery for an extravaganza that promises to be two-parts photography, one-part action-adventure and one-part unbridled competition. Prizes …