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Contemporary Art

Carly Paoli-An English Rose With Italian Roots

Carly Paoli held her launch concert on Wednesday at BAFTA in London with a lovely introduction by Helen Mirren. Classical singer Carly Paoli is set to release her debut album ‘Singing My Dreams’ on June 30th 2017. The album is the personal story of a little girl from Mansfield who fell in love with the MGM musicals; a teenager who sang in the piazzas of Puglia; a student who studied her craft at Tring Park and The Royal Northern College of Music; a rising star who has sung with -and is lauded by- luminaries including Andrea Bocelli, Elaine Paige, David Foster and José Carreras.

George Harrison Exhibition-Lyrics & Writings

A very rare opportunity to see George Harrison’s handwritten lyrics on display

Friday 16th June - Sunday 18th June 2017
Elms Lesters Painting Rooms, 1-3-5 Flitcroft Street, London, WC2H 8DH
See for more details and opening hours

Genesis Publications hosts a free exhibition celebrating the U.K. launch of the book, I ME MINE – The Extended Edition by George Harrison.

Cure Parkinson Exhibition 50 International Artists At Bonhams

Over 50 artists of international standing to create selling art exhibition in aid of the cure parkinson’s trust at Bonhams, London, 13 -15 march 2017
Cure3 is a new art project devised by Artwise in partnership with Bonhams and the David Ross Foundation to raise awareness and funds for the charity, The Cure Parkinson’s Trust (CPT) – a charity which has been a lifeline for people living with Parkinson’s , funding vital research into ways to slow, stop and reverse Parkinson’s, a degenerative disease which currently affects more than 10 million people worldwide.

Bryan Ferry’s London Palladium Show Exhilarates Before European Tour

If you looked up the word ‘style’ in the dictionary you might just find Bryan Ferry. Well, perhaps when the lexicographers get round to updating their records. And, if Ferry’s shows at the Grade-II listed London Palladium were anything to go by late this April - before he and his band headed off across to tour Europe and onward to North America - you can still see he has still got it.

Roger Smith: The Very Best Watches Take Time

I landed at a small regional airport and was then whisked across a beautiful, well-manicured rural landscape dotted with small communities.   We skirted a low mountain passing small farms on the well-kept roads; the skies were clear as there is no heavy industry.  There was obviously a healthy, expanding economy here together with a surprising number of substantial houses, whilst a renewal programme of older local authority houses was widespread despite looking really quite serviceable.  Eventually we arrived at a spruce long, low building where arguably the best and most innovative watchma

The Royal Mint Sponsors Shaun The Sheep Art Trail In London

The Royal Mint has announced that it is one of the sponsors of a ‘ewe-nique’ art trail taking place across London to raise money for UK children’s hospitals.

For the next eight weeks only a flock of 50 five-foot tall sculptures of Shaun the Sheep will be trotting the streets of London for the ‘Shaun in the City’ art trail – including one very special ‘Shaun’ which has been created by The Royal Mint.

Jean Cazals Culinary Photo Delights

…visit the EAT ME! Exhibition (8th Nov 2013 – 7th Jan 2014)

If you are on a diet or trying to stay away from indulgence before Christmas then this exhibit is definitely one you want to attend with a full stomach. As a winner of the ‘Prix Gourmand’ and ‘Best Food Photographer’ award, it is no surprise that >frenchartstudio has decided to showcase highly regarded and distinguished photographer Jean Cazals solo exhibition.

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