Desire, Love, Identity: The British Museum’s LGBTQ Tours
In the 18th century, two upper-class aristocrats – Sarah Ponsonby and Eleanor Butler – ran away from their furious families to elope in a Welsh village. Their gothic cottage was closed in by grassy peaks and thrilling ravines…
Peacocks & Greedy Patrons: Visiting V&A’s Filthy Lucre Exhibition
As decadent as its given title, Filthy Lucre is a mouth-watering installation by contemporary artist Darren Waterston that reinterprets Whistler’s notorious Peacock Room, one of the finest examples of 19th century decorative art…
Get Living: London’s Latest Victory
Future living – the smart way – is no longer just about investment and postcodes. It’s about creating a beautiful environment for your family, a safe space for you, and a thriving local culture that nourishes…
Champions of Kensington & Chelsea: Vestalia Chilton and Emily Candler
Amongst the sugar white porticos of Belgravia and imposing redbrick mansion flats, a bright young star will land this week, its rays reaching right across the whole of the Royal Borough. The Kensington and Chelsea Art Weekend is hosting its second annual iteration…
Young Stationers’ Annual Dinner 2018
Surrounded by the opulent stained glass of Stationers’ Hall, the attendees celebrated the accomplishments of all shortlisted for the Young Stationers’ Prize…
The National Portrait Gallery: Rebel Women
Much of London has tried to honour the centenary of the vote for women in some shape or form, but few places are as well equipped to do so as the National Portrait, whose job it is to celebrate and commemorate figures who have altered the course of British history.
Black & White: How Chanel got rid of Colour
Last week we were greatly honoured to be joined by Justine Picardie the Editor in Chief for both Harper’s Bazaar and Town & Country, for a discussion on the power of monochrome dressing.
ENTER TO WIN: Our National Gallery ‘Monochrome’ Competition!
Londnr Magazine is delighted to announce a new competition with The National Gallery, running from the 20th of November until the 20th of December! The latest blockbuster exhibition, ‘Monochrome: Painting in Black and White’, showcases what happens when artists cast aside the colour spectrum. An odyssey of lightness and shadow, stark contrasts, and greys both […]
Voices: A Guide to Freedom of Speech
Join us as we discuss the past, present and future of Freedom of Speech, and what impact it can have on the world surrounding us. In an important overview on controversial media our guests will tackle the implications of social debate, social media and government regulation with the aim of giving us a clearer idea of where the world is headed.
Writing History: How to be a Biographer
It was our pleasure to welcome Lord Alan Watson and the charming Helena Kelly for an evening of enlightenment on some of our favourite (albeit wildly different!) historical figures.It was our pleasure to welcome Lord Alan Watson and the charming Helena Kelly for an evening of enlightenment on some of our favourite (albeit wildly different!) historical figures…
E4’s New Show: Gap Year
The new eight part romantic drama is set to air this Thursday 23rd of February, and follows a motley crew of travellers, covering Asia, heartbreak and high jinks.
An Evening with Philip Ridley
“Be Brilliant,” we were told, “Just be bloody brilliant.” Our source? None other than the celebrated Philip Ridley, who came to speak for us last night.
MELT Week: Gretchen Andrew
In a talk with London Film School, American artist Gretchen Andrew expounded on how she brought a bit of Silicon Valley to London with her. Often working…