Review: Egypt: Faith After the Pharaohs, British Museum

How much do people know about Egypt after the reign of the Pharaohs ended? How did it stop worshipping so many Gods to just the one God? These questions and many more are answered in the British Museum’s latest Egypt exhibition.  When people tend to think about Egypt, they tend to think about the age… Read More

Original Handwritten Manuscript of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland Turned into Video Game

The original handwritten manuscript for Lewis Carroll’s classic story Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland has been turned into an award-winning video game concept by a team of higher education students. The Wondering Lands of Alice has been awarded the wining game as part of the competition Off the Map , a collaboration between the British Library and… Read More

Review: Elvis at the O2, O2 Arena

Ever wanted to visit Graceland to find out more about Elvis Presley but lacked the money or the time? Fret not because this special exhibition at the O2 really delivers.  This exhibition which opened at the O2 last year has proved so successful that although it was originally supposed to close in August this year,… Read More

Russia’s Famous Faces to Displayed at National Portrait Gallery

The National Portrait Gallery will display an exhibition of Russian portrait works as part of a cultural exchange with Moscow it has been announced. Russia and the Arts: The Age of Tolstoy and Tchaikovsky  will take place at the Gallery from the 17th March to the 26th June 2016. The exhibition will feature a number of… Read More