Hans Teeuwen, one of the Dutch comedy superstars, returns to the UK this autumn! Find out here what his favourite place not to visit in London is and his plans for his new pet elephant.
The first art & culture quarterly overview for 2016. Here are my personal picks for art exhibitions and book recommendations.
I’m briefly back in the Netherlands to attend the premiere of Fresas, the latest dance production by Dutch National Ballet scored by my hubby, also known as Robin Rimbaud (artist name Scanner). In this interview Robin speaks about the importance of art and the process of writing dance scores.
It’s time for my quarterly Arts & Culture review again! In this post I’m sharing with you some of the best exhibitions in London from the last months and my personal book tips.
With a slight delay I bring to you my Arts & Culture overview for the months July-September. I started writing these quarterly overviews after being voted as one of the UK top Arts & Culture blogs in 2015. In this part you find Art and Books reviews and recommendations.
Zombies, vampires, the undead: these are all creatures that make up for successful franchise films, and all were originally born from gothic literature. The first ever Gothic novel, The Castle of Otranto (1764), was written by British author Horace Walpole who found the inspiration for the novel in his gothic castle in west London. After an elaborate restoration, it is now possible to visit this extraordinary and eccentric historical house.
As the days are getting colder and shorter, I’m already anxiously awaiting those long summer days again. It reminds me of my trip to Umeå in the north of Sweden earlier this year where night time only lasted from 3am till 6am!
Don’t despair, it’s the moment you’ve have all been eagerly waiting for: my arts & culture wrap-up of the last three months. Without further ado, I give thee an overview of all the art & cultural-related things I’ve done, seen and discovered between April and June 2015.
Last February I launched my first arts & culture wrap-up of the month summarising all art-related events I attended. It was my intention to write such posts on a monthly basis, but I figured that even die-hard fans of my blog weren’t necessarily interested in reading every month what I do in my spare time …
Coinciding with East London’s First art Thursday of the month, here is my personal art round-up of January 2015. I visit many more exhibitions and see more films than I review on my blog, but I sadly don’t have the time to write about all of them. However, since I am a shortlisted finalist for the UK …