InTRANSIT festival pulls into Kensington and Chelsea

A dazzling programme of theatre, dance, art and music will take over the streets and iconic buildings of Kensington and Chelsea this summer with the return of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea’s InTRANSIT Festival (from Friday 19 to Sunday 28 June). Curated and produced by O’Neill/Ross, the festival...

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Young and old come together for Westminster Music Library sing-along

Last week, pupils from St. Barnabas’ Primary School in Pimlico and members of Open Age, a local charity for older people, came together for a sing-along. The event, organised by Westminster Music Library  as part of a national celebration of music. Uniting people from different generations and communities.   The...

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Van Gogh – The Asylum Year

Van Gogh – The Asylum Year Edwin Mullins Unicorn Press £20. 192 pp. Fully illustrated ISBN 978-1-910065-53-2 Eugène Delacroix was described as having “a sun in his head and a thunderstorm in his heart”. These words were remembered by Vincent van Gogh and they could have easily been applied to...

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Chelsea Flower Show – 2015

Gardening, like Art, is Big Business. The show gardens cost untold amounts of money and need big sponsors, to say nothing of the RHS itself, a charitable organisation, who rely heavily on M&G Investments for financial support, and whose own garden only gained a silver-bronze medal, which must have irked...

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Harrods Estates unveils new wetlands-based project

Leading prime London estate agent, Harrods Estates is proud to offer a delightful double fronted six bedroom house set within the popular Barnes Waterside development, SW13. Having undergone extensive refurbishment, the 6,321 sq. ft. elegant residence features stunning views across the 120 acre Wetland Nature Reserve and is ideal for...

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Local residents and parents fight to save Marlborough Primary School building

Marlborough Primary School, located in Draycott Avenue by Sloane Square, looks set to be demolished and rebuilt despite a petition set up to fight the plans. The Victorian style building was constructed in 1878 and has been a place of learning for children since it first stood. The school will...

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