PREVIEW: Ladies of Quality & Distinction, The Foundling Museum

From the 21st September, The Foundling Museum will present an exhibition examining the portraits and stories of the remarkable women who supported the establishment and running of London’s Foundling Hospital.  Marking 100 years  of female suffrage, Ladies of Quality & Distinction resets the focus of the Hospital’s story, celebrating the women involved with the hospital from mothers, supporters, wet nurses,… Read More

PREVIEW: Katja Novitskova: Invasion Curves, Whitechapel Gallery

The London gallery will present an immersive environment created by the installation artist, displayed from the 27th June.  Offering an insight into the future, Katja Novitskova’s work concentrates on topics such as technology evolutionary processes and ecological realities. On a deeper level, her work also examines the materiality and circulation of images – how they are used,… Read More

REVIEW: Romeo & Juliet, Sh*t-Faced Shakespeare, Leicester Square Theatre

Hilariously entertaining: Shitfaced Shakespeare does it again with their production of Romeo and Juliet. Shitfaced Shakespeare is back and consuming more alcohol whilst trying to perform Shakespeare involves one member of the cast being completely drunk and trying to stumble their way though an abridged Shakespeare play, with the cast having to play along to… Read More