Sites for or about artistic, cultural, and entertainment activities, events, institutions, and organisations. Subjects may include theatre, fine and visual arts, music, literature, and architecture.
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The Artists Information Company
Networking and knowledge, advice and opportunities for visual artists.
Programs for children and adults. Includes programme information, recent projects, and contact information.
Includes programme and talks and films, how and where to learn French, their library and French culture.
Institute of Contemporary Arts
An arts centre presenting contemporary film, exhibitions, talks, club nights, music, dance, and new media events. Also has a bookshop, bar and restaurant.
Specialists in Jimmyjib cranes, Steadicams and related camerawork. Includes ratecard, information on services and photos of previous work.
Theatre ticket agency.
Live in London
Guide to music and entertainment in Greater London.
London Art and Artists Guide
View photographs by writer, art critic and photographer, Heather Waddell. Ask for advice or read reviews of current art shows and exhibitions in London, Europe and New York.
London International School Of Performing Arts
Based in the pedagogy of Jacques LeCoq, this independent school offers performing artists the opportunity to participate in the creation of theatre, as performers, directors, or writers for the stage.
London is Funny
A guide to comedy in the capital. Includes acts, venues and what's on.
Marc Newson Ltd.
Designer displays his furniture, editions, interiors, architecture, and objects.
North London Festival of Music, Drama & Dance
Festival and competitions for amateurs and students which take place during April and May each year. Details of categories and entry forms.
Specialise in houses to hire for photography or film, mostly London based.
Spread the Word
Supports the development of new writing and live literature in London, with a focus in the South and West.
Stargreen Box Office
On-line ticket booking service for concerts and events mainly within the London area. Details of the headlining acts and support, dates and times for each show that can be booked.
Trooping the Colour
All the pageantry and spectacle of the annual Queen's Birthday Parade, held on Horse Guards Parade in June each year. With audio and video clips.
Trooping The Colour
The official birthday of the Sovereign is marked each year by a military parade and march-past, known as Trooping the Colour.
Views From The Gods
Reviews of plays, musicals, stand up comedy, films and other entertainment in central London.
Includes sections on upcoming concerts, development and education programmes and the hall and its history. With virtual tour.
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