Results tagged “arts”
Oscar Wilde's fictional portrait of Dorian Gray might have resided in the attic, but a new intimate interpretation of the story brings the drama right into the front room.
He lost 20 years to a crippling drink and drugs addiction but science fiction has brought David Yates back from the brink.
The 40-year-old from Stratford was sucked into world of cannabis and alcohol while he was a teenage art student in the late '80s.
Dreams of travelling have been turned into puppet shows on the back of an antique Gypsy caravan at Trinity Buoy Wharf.
Pupils at Faraday School have taken to the stage on the steps of the touring wagon that has parked up for an eight-week residency.
One of the oldest buildings on the Isle of Dogs is in need of patching-up - with residents urged to play their part to preserve its future.
Grade II-listed The Space, formerly St Paul's Presbyterian Chapel, was last restored in 1996 when it was transformed into the theatrical venue.
An arts programme is aiming to use London's waterways as a cultural platform and will pay a visit to Canary Wharf.
The Floating Cinema will spend this summer navigating the canals and waterways around the Olympic host boroughs with a programme of events and screenings of short films.