Category Archive: Exhibitions

The Old Vic Tunnels: Hell’s Half Acre 12th – 17th October

I had been meaning to experience the Tunnels beneath Waterloo Station for a long time, then finally last week I visited this amazing space for the first time: I discovered a maze of underground passages providing… Continue reading

London Fashion Week: The ON|OFF Events

ON|OFF London Fashion Week ON|OFF is the UK’s independent fashion showcase during the London Fashion Week and is held between 17th – 20th Sept 2010 at Victoria House, in the heart of the… Continue reading

Building a new theatre on the foundations of Shakespeare’s first playhouse in East London

   This new post is about a tremendous fundraising project I recently had the honour of working to as consultant to theVisitors’ Centre layout design and Exhibition budgeting:  it’s been a great pleasure to be… Continue reading

Hampton Court Palace Flower Show July 6th-11th 2010…and the Winner is….

……Together Again – DShape Garden awarded Gold Medal and Best Sustainable Garden at Hampton Court Palace Show 2010!!!! The new sustainable garden presented this year at Hampton Court Palace Flower Show by the Florentine… Continue reading

East London First Thursday Late Openings -June 3rd 2010

    First Thursday April 2010 On the first Thursday of every month the galleries and museums of east London open their doors late for a chance to see amazing art, culture and events… Continue reading

Time for a catching up

Hello! I’m back on the blog after a long break abroad: many new things have happened and a long amazing holiday out in Brasil took my mind away for a while…. Now back on… Continue reading

More on old posts and reviews….Linda Lieberman, scottish born fine-art photographer/sculptor

One of Linda Lieberman’s wonderful Black / White images, was included in a new exclusive Photographic Book published by Dewi Lewis Publishing and called ‘SILVER FOOTPRINT’ by ROBIN BELL, a world famous talent of the silver gelatine printing. Linda’s photo stands… Continue reading

More on old posts and reviwes……

  Mrs Klein is a witty and intense play and a study on mother-daughter relationships, very well acted by the 3 leading actresses. Definitely worth seeing at Almeida Theatre, a small stage set… Continue reading