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Brockmans Gin launches ‘Rewards for Wards’

Brockmans Gin launches ‘Rewards for Wards’

Brockmans Gin is supporting frontline health care workers by donating money to the not-for-profit organisation Meals for the NHS every time a bottle of gin is purchased from its online Brockmans Shop. Brockmans MD, Guy Lawrence, said: “It’s a time like no other, so we at Brockmans Gin decided to support to our heroic frontline…

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wagamama at Home

wagamama at Home

wagamama today launches wok from home – a simple home cookery guide to help nourish the nation during the coronavirus. Since the lockdown and tightened restrictions to combat COVID-19 the nation has looked to home cooking for family meals. And after just a week without the nation’s favourite katsu curry, yaki soba, vegan and ramen…

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Major Aelbert Cuyp Exhibition in the Netherlands – September 2020

Major Aelbert Cuyp Exhibition in the Netherlands – September 2020

Aelbert Cuyp Exhibition 27 September 2020 to 14 March 2021 To celebrate the 400th anniversary of the birth of Aelbert Cuyp (1620–1691) the Dordrechts Museum is organising a major exhibition to celebrate the Dutch artist and his impact on English landscape painters. In the light of Cuyp: Aelbert Cuyp & Gainsborough – Constable – Turner…

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Currency in Crisis: German emergency money, 1914 – 1924

Currency in Crisis: German emergency money, 1914 – 1924

3 October 2019 – 29 March 2020 The first major exhibition of Notgeld in the UK During the First World War and the following inflation, many German towns issued their own emergency currency, called Notgeld (emergency money). This money, usually in low denominations, was intended to combat shortages in small change at a local level….

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Kew Orchid Festival 2020: Indonesia

Kew Orchid Festival 2020: Indonesia

Saturday 8 February – Sunday 8 March 2020   Kew’s first ever orchid festival themed on the country of Indonesia • Dazzling displays inspired by Indonesia’s wildlife and plant diversity •  The festival will showcase Kew’s vital science work in Indonesia to protect biodiversity •  Indonesian music, dance and food during half term and after-hours…

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Troy: myth and reality

Troy: myth and reality

The BP exhibition – Troy: myth and reality at the British Museum 21 November 2019 – 8 March 2020 Sainsbury Exhibitions Gallery The British Museum announces its major exhibition for Autumn 2019. The BP exhibition Troy: myth and reality will be the first major Troy exhibition in the UK. It will reveal the lasting legacy…

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ABBA: Super Troupers – The Exhibition

ABBA: Super Troupers – The Exhibition

A musical journey into the phenomenon that is ABBA Discover the story of the band, their music and the era they defined  At The O2 from December 6th 2019 – – Monday 31st August 2020 Entertainment Exhibitions International (UK) Ltd (EEI), in association with ABBA The Museum in Stockholm, are delighted to announce ABBA: Super…

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MP Magic Socks are not just for Christmas

MP Magic Socks are not just for Christmas

I have been writing food, travel and product reviews for 14 years, and around Autumn time I start presenting Christmas gift suggestions. Those articles often start with something along the lines of ‘Buy something more interesting than socks this Christmas’. Now I have a suggestion that is more interesting, but it is still socks. It’s…

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Portrait of the artist: Käthe Kollwitz

Portrait of the artist: Käthe Kollwitz

First exhibition of Kollwitz’s work in nearly 25 years comes to London following successful UK tour 12 September 2019 – 12 January 2020 Room 90. Free Supported by Cockayne – Grants for the Arts and the London Community Foundation Organised in partnership with Ikon Gallery, Birmingham   After a successful tour in which almost 90,000…

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Edvard Munch at the British Museum

Edvard Munch at the British Museum

Edvard Munch Love and Angst British Museum from 11th April – 21st  July 2019 “We do not want pretty pictures to be hung on drawing-room walls. We want… an art that arrests and engages. An art of one’s innermost heart.” – Edvard Munch The creator of art’s most haunting and iconic face. A radical father…

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Outrigger’s OZONE – protecting the planet

Outrigger’s OZONE – protecting the planet

For the last five years, Outrigger Hotels and Resorts has set out to save the coral reefs and create a tidal wave of global change as part of its OZONE conservation initiative. Pollution and mass bleaching impact the world’s oceans, putting coral at risk. Outrigger’s ZONE (OZONE) goes into action each day by educating guests…

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Wild and Game to promote year-round game eating at the Game Fair 2019

Wild and Game to promote year-round game eating at the Game Fair 2019

Game Fair at Hatfield House, July 26-28 Wild and Game, the Somerset-based not for profit company working to turn the UK into a nation of game eaters, will promote eating game in summer at this year’s Game Fair at Hatfield House, July 26-28. While game season is traditionally the time to enjoy game, Wild and…

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The Farm Brewery – Goossens

The Farm Brewery – Goossens

Goossens Farm with Malting Brewery Lambic Brewery Heritage Lambic beer is a typical wild yeast beer, brewed in the southwest region of Brussels (Pajottenland).  It forms the basis for geuze (a blend of lambic of 3 different ages) and for kriek lambic, a cherry beer. This farm with malting brewery was one of the many…

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British Museum – largest exhibition of manga outside Japan

British Museum – largest exhibition of manga outside Japan

Mangaマンガ – till 26 August 2019 Sainsbury Exhibitions Gallery The British Museum presents the largest exhibition of manga ever held outside of Japan. Manga are Japanese comic books or graphic novels with a twist, serialised in magazines and read by a global audience. A multi-billion-pound business that embraces anime and gaming, manga are a global…

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Bri-nese dishes for the Year of the Pig with Lee Kum Kee

Bri-nese dishes for the Year of the Pig with Lee Kum Kee

East meets West as Ken Hom & Gizzi Erskine create Bri-nese dishes for the Year of the Pig  The Year of the Pig begins on 5 February 2019 – and to mark Chinese New Year, Lee Kum Kee has brought together the best of Chinese and British cuisine to inspire and celebrate the mix of…

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Theatre – Murder, She Didn’t Write

Theatre – Murder, She Didn’t Write

Degrees of Error & Something for the Weekend present: MURDER, SHE DIDN’T WRITE: THE IMPROVISED MURDER MYSTERY NEW WEST END RESIDENCY AT LECIESTER SQUARE THEATRE FOLLOWING SUCCESSFUL SUMMER RUN   “Hilarious, interactive improv show…the show is a riot” Scottish Daily Mail (Edinburgh Festival 2018)   Photo Credit: Jamie Corbin “This is a fascinating take on…

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Timeless Travels Autumn Edition

Timeless Travels Autumn Edition

Here is the next edition of one of my favourite print magazines. Timeless Travels offers insights into destinations far and near and puts them into contemporary context. You’ll see my article on Japanese temples, and lots more reading for the autumn. Here is the line-up in this edition: South Africa: Saving Past Traditions; The Netherlands:…

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Timeless Travel Summer Edition 2018

Timeless Travel Summer Edition 2018

This exciting Summer issue of Timeless Travel includes a brilliant supplement on the site of Troy, 2018 having been designated ‘The Year of Troy’.  In the magazine you can discover the beautiful town of Ohrid in Macedonia, visit Cupid’s Cove in the province of Newfoundland and Labrador, the site of the first permanent English settlement…

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Spring issue of Timeless Travels is now published

Spring issue of Timeless Travels is now published

You won’t want to miss the latest issue of Timeless Travels In this Spring issue of Timeless Travels you can travel far and wide. Float down the Seine following in the footsteps of the Impressionist painters; or if you fancy something more energetic you can walk the El Camino in Northern Spain; or try the Ancient Lycian…

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Cinnamon Kitchen Opens at Battersea Power Station this March

Cinnamon Kitchen Opens at Battersea Power Station this March

From the man behind one of London’s most groundbreaking modern Indian restaurants, The Cinnamon Club, Vivek Singh announces the opening of his latest restaurant Cinnamon Kitchen at London’s iconic Grade II*-listed landmark, Battersea Power Station this March. The sleek, urban-inspired restaurant located within a quirky railway arch will be open for brunch, lunch and dinner…

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