Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Week: Sunday 5th July

Another week and another weekly guide from Love London Love Culture! Review of The Grinning Man, Bristol Old Vic: having missed out on catching this musical during its London run, it was wonderful to finally watch the Bristol Old Vic’s production which is a “gorgeous fairytale of a musical”.   News: Charlie Kristensen has launched… Read More

NEWS: National Gallery to Reopen Room 32

The room will be available to visit when the gallery opens its doors to the public on the 8th July. Following a 21 month refurbishment, the National Gallery has announced that Room 32 which displays 17th-century Italian paintings by artists including Caravaggio, Artemisia and Orazio Gentileschi, Guido Reni and Guercino will reopen on the 8th… Read More

NEWS: Royal Academy of Arts Announce Reopening Dates

The Royal Academy of Arts has confirmed that it will be reopening to Friends of the Royal Academy on Thursday 9th July and to the public on Thursday 16 July. Having closed its doors nearly four months ago due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Royal Academy of Arts will be opening its doors this month,… Read More

NEWS: The National Gallery Announce Reopening Date

The London Gallery has confirmed that it will reopen to the public on the 8th July. Following 111 days of closure, the National Gallery has today announced that it will be reopening for visitors on Wednesday the 8th July. In order to do so, the gallery has put in place a series of measures to… Read More

NEWS: Whitechapel Gallery Plans to Reopen

The gallery has announced that it is planning to reopen to the public on the 14th July. The Whitechapel Gallery has unveiled plans to reopen its doors on the 14th July – with new health and safety measures put in place to prioritise the welfare of staff and visitors.  It was confirmed that its Spring… Read More

NEWS: Artist Nalini Malani Recipient of First National Gallery Contemporary Fellowship

The National Gallery has announced that Nalini Malani is the first artist to receive the first Contemporary Fellowship awarded by the National Gallery, and supported by Art Fund. This new fellowship is a collaboration with a non-London collecting institution, which this year is the Holburne Museum, Bath.The fellowship is awarded to an artist of international… Read More

REVIEW: Vikings Live, British Museum

The 2014 exhibition Vikings: Life and Legend was brought to the screen, telling this fascinating story with plenty of clarity – but somehow feeling slightly flat. Filled with fascinating objects and capturing the story of the Vikings, it is certainly clear that in the creation of this exhibition, the British Museum put a lot of… Read More

REVIEW: Pompeii Live, British Museum

The museum’s first cinema live event of its 2013 exhibition Life and death in Pompeii and Herculaneum is available to watch for free on Youtube. Having been to Pompeii years ago and missed out on seeing this exhibition for myself, it is fantastic to see that the British Museum is allowing people to experience its… Read More

NEWS: Tower Bridge Announces Online Exhibition Making the Bridge Sing

The London landmark has brought its Making the Bridge Sing exhibition online for the first time. It has been announced that the exhibition which opened at Tower Bridge in January is available to view online to families, history buffs and Londoners for the very first time. The exhibition brings to life the world of Hannah Griggs,… Read More

NEWS: National Gallery Announces Extension of Titian: Love Desire, Death Exhibition

The exhibition was only open for three days before the gallery was closed due to the coronavirus pandemic. It has been announced that the National Gallery’s Titian: Love, Desire, Death will reopen to the public when the gallery opens its doors thanks to the generosity of its partners and lenders, having originally set to close… Read More