PREVIEW: Michelangelo & Sebastiano, National Gallery

On display to the public from the 15th March, the Gallery will examine the partnership between Michelangelo (1475-1564) and Sebastiano del Piombo (1455-1547).  Featuring pieces of art which have not left their collections for centuries, the National Gallery’s major Spring exhibition examines the working partnership between the two artists. The seventy pieces of work on display… Read More

Review Round Up: Jackie

Natalie Portman stars as the First Lady during the days in which her life was turned upside down. But what have critics been making of the film?  The Guardian: *** “Natalie Portman’s performance is careful and intelligent, groomed and coiffed and vocalised.” The Telegraph: ***** “few if any actors will have to shoulder the same… Read More

NEWS: Tate Modern to Reunite Plaster Sculptures By Giacometti

Tate Modern has announced that it will be displaying a celebrated group of plaster sculptures by Giacometti as part of a brand new exhibition celebrating the artist’s work.  Best known for his work in bronze, Tate Modern’s new retrospective will examine Giacometti’s work in a wide variety of materials and textures, concentrating in particular on plaster,… Read More

REVIEW: Death Takes a Holiday, Charing Cross Theatre

The latest musical to be directed by Thom Southerland at the Charing Cross Theatre is a eerie and gothic production that brings to mind The Phantom of the Opera.  Maury Yeston’s gorgeous score takes centre stage in Thom Southerland’s atmospheric and tender production, perfectly captured by the gorgeous vocals provided by Chris Peluso and Zoe… Read More