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Saatchi Gallery And Centrepoint Use Art To Help Young Homeless People | Arts

  London’s Saatchi Gallery is collaborating with Centrepoint, the leading charity for homeless young people, in a joint project, Studio Saatchi. The six-month programme will end in a series of events, titled Studio Saatchi Late, starting on September 12.   The project helps homeless or socially excluded people aged from 12 to 25 develop artistic their skills and gain the[…]

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Museum Of London To Showcase ‘The Clash: London Calling’ Exhibition | Arts

  The Clash is an English rock band formed in London in 1976. They are considered one of the originators of British punk rock, and for a lot of people, their music is the sound of a generation. One of their famous albums London Calling celebrates its 40th anniversary this December.   Especially for the occasion, the Museum Of London[…]

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National Gallery Launches Immersive New Experience Around Leonardo Da Vinci Masterpiece | Arts

  On November 9, London’s National Gallery will introduce its new ‘immersive experience’ exhibition around Leonardo Da Vinci’s ‘The Virgin Of The Rocks’ painting titled Leonardo: Experience a Masterpiece.   This has come about after the painting spent 18 months at the National Gallery’s skylit restoration studio, where experts have undertaken scientific experiments and discovered the “abandoned composition” behind the[…]

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Princess Diana’s Life To Be Explored In Broadway Musical | Arts

  A stage musical about the life of Princess Diana will hit Broadway next year.   Simply titled Diana, the show is described as the story of the woman who “rocked the Royals” and “chose to be fearless, and as a result became timeless”.   As well as exploring her relationship with Prince Charles and the fallout of his affair[…]

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‘All Kinds Of Limbo’: When Technology Teams Up With Theatre | Arts

  All Kinds Of Limbo: From Calypso To Grime is an immersive musical performance using cutting edge VR and holographic technology. It’s the first of its kind and it’s currently showing at the National Theatre.   It focuses on the influence of Caribbean culture in Britain throughout a musical journey. Reggae, grime, classical and calypso are here to reflect the[…]

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