Archive for the ‘Culture and Design’ Category

Gallery opens up a view from the road

Gallery opens up a view from the road

Whether from the shiny leather seat of a vintage American sports car, speeding through the desert on a rock’n’roll road trip, or from the more conservative surroundings of a place on a bus or in the back of a taxi, many of the views we see as travellers are from the road. (more…)

The big red gamble

The big red gamble

Along with Big Ben and the black London taxi, there are perhaps no greater icons for the capital than the red ‘Routemaster’ bus. But infrequent visitors may have noticed that the famous hop-on hop-off bus that became synonymous with London’s transport system, has been missing for quite some time. (more…)

Art from the Bush

Art from the Bush

The landscapes, people and wildlife of the Kalahari Desert arrive in London.

A major exhibition of the art of southern Africa’s Bushman people has taken a little while to arrive in London: thousands of years, in fact. (more…)

Pan’s Labyrinth by numbers

Pan’s Labyrinth by numbers

Having forever changed the meaning of a quick back-row fumble at the pictures by handing out mystery parcels to unwrap while the lights are out at its one-off events in London, Edible Cinema is back with its first ever film festival. (more…)

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