PREVIEW: Terence Spencer: A Lasting Impression, Proud Camden

Arriving from the 1st June, Proud Camden will present an exhibition looking at the work of Terence Spencer, concentrating on the Swinging Sixties and showcasing some of the iconic stars of the decade.    Born in 1918, Terence Spencer before becoming a photographer served in the  R.A.F. flying Spitfires and was decorated with the Distinguished… Read More

PREVIEW: Access All Areas: Photographs by Paul Harries, Proud Camden

From the 9th March, Proud Camden will present an exhibition focusing on the photographs by Paul Harries.  This display of Paul Harries photographs will allow visitors to get a glimpse of rockstars backstage from the last two decades. Images on display will feature icons such as Nirvana, Slash, Metallica, Slipknot, and Muse. With each image, Paul Harries… Read More

REVIEW: Woodstock by Baron Wolman, Proud Camden

This exhibition of work by the photographer gives a fascinating insight into the Woodstock Festival and the people who attended.  Displayed chronologically, from people arriving at the festival to the sights that could be seen as you wondered around Woodstock, viewers really get a sense of the passion, rebellion and freedom that people felt when… Read More

REVIEW: The Donkey Show: A Midsummer Night’s Disco, Proud Camden

This quirky, entertaining show might be inspired by Shakespeare’s classic tale of love, magic and mishaps but it has a life of its own.  Taking some of the key characters from Shakespeare’s play, the show is a sharp, sexy and contemporary take on A Midsummer Night’s Dream. The trouble is, it is difficult to see… Read More

Things to See and Do: Friday 17th June 2016

Another week is over and there are plenty of exciting shows and exhibitions that are happening now in London. Here is a guide to some of the best:  1. Aladdin, Prince Edward Theatre: the Broadway production officially opened in London this week. Featuring all of the classic songs from the original Disney film, this is an… Read More