Home » Archives by category » England on Sunday » Great Days Out

Beyond El Dorado: Power and Gold in Ancient Colombia

Beyond El Dorado: Power and Gold in Ancient Colombia

Beyond El Dorado: Power and Gold in Ancient Colombia [British Museum until March 23], showcasing 300 exquisitely crafted gold artefacts spanning the millennium from 1600 BC, fascinatingly reveals both the…

Frightfully Thrilling “Faction”!

Frightfully Thrilling “Faction”!

  By Penny Nair Price  “Ghost Stories” has already played to a quarter of a million people worldwide including at Toronto and Moscow venues.  It came to London’s West End from…

Klee’s playful take on Modernism

Klee’s playful take on Modernism

Paul Klee at Tate Modern Paul Klee: Making Visible is at Tate Modern until 9 March. Admission £16.50, concessions. Paul Klee [1879-1940], prolific painter, printmaker, lecturer and writer on art,…

Celebrating the art of Castiglione

Celebrating the art of Castiglione

Castiglione: Lost Genius at Queen’s Gallery, London, until 16 March Re-awakening popular appreciation of once-famous but largely forgotten artists constitutes an important responsibility for any major art gallery. For the…

Exhibition celebrates the era of Elizabeth I

Exhibition celebrates the era of Elizabeth I

Elizabeth I & Her People National Portrait Gallery,London By Brian Cooper Standing almost life-size on a huge map of England, its southern counties below her feet, Queen Elizabeth I proudly…

Dans Le Noir: An Eye-Opening Experience

Dans Le Noir: An Eye-Opening Experience

By: Caitlin Flynn Dans Le Noir Restaurant in London EC1 is an experience like none in the country. Its gimmick is what sparked my interest initially; I don’t have a…

Pantomime Review: Aladdin

Pantomime  Review: Aladdin

By Peter May It’s nearly Christmas so it must mean we have entered panto season and once again Wimbledon Theatre has produced another stonking great hit with Eric Potts insane…

Celebrating the art of Australia

Celebrating the art of Australia

AUSTRALIA Royal Academy to December 8 If you ever equated ‘Australia’ and ‘art’ only with Aboriginal earth compositions and Sidney Nolan landscapes, think again. For Royal Academy’s big-scale show, spanning…

V&A dissolves myths around pearls in major new show

V&A dissolves myths around pearls in major new show

By Vincent Flon For centuries, pearls have been a symbol of beauty and purity and this autumn the V & A have put on a superb exhibition explaining the origins alongside showcasing…

Celebrating Knight

Celebrating Knight

Laura Knight Portraits National Portrait Gallery [until October 13] The first female painter to become in 1936 a Royal Academician since founder-members Angelica Kauffmann and Mary Moser in 1768, Laura…

Page 1 of 7123Next ›Last »