BBC One Poldark Series 4 has passed half way now, and we are well on the way to building suspense and drama in Episodes 6 and 7, on the way to the season finale
Slightly shambolic a scruffy looking Tom Burke and well-turned out Holliday Grainger feature in an easy to like BBC One TV Series STRIKE written by J.K. Rowling
The V&A at London and the Royal Opera House present a landmark exhibition starting on September 30, 2017 relating the story of Opera, the music of love and life
The Language of Ornament a FREE entry exhibition at NGV International from February 25 2017 will challenge the mind, engage the spirit and connect with the soul
Human Kind, transforming identity in British and Australian portraits 1700-1914 is the title of a four day conference, September 8 – 11, 2016 held in Melbourne
My favourite trio of boutique museums, the Nicholson Museum Sydney, Musée du Moyen Age Paris & John Soane Museum, London, offer a unique experience for visitors
What a wicked combination actors Jude Law and Giancarlo Giannini blending their expertise in entertainment to bring a Gentleman’s Wager to a dancing conclusion
Throughout his life Thomas Jefferson was continually putting his house Monticello up or pushing it down as his knowledge and experience of life and architecture expanded.
Yorkshire, a historic county in the north of England is hosting The Grand Depart of the 2014 le Tour de France starting on July 5. This is the region where Celts lived, the Romans, the Danes and Normans conquered in ancient times. More recently it became one of the greatest…
From Beau Brummell to Benedict Cumberbatch for 160 years + the tailors of Savile Row at London have been all about peerless cut and precision, not peacockery.
Prior to the twentieth century towers were built as symbols to the heights of material wealth and prosperity the western world had yet achieved.
Written by BAFTA award winning writer Peter Moffat – Silk, based on Series 1 and the first episode of Series 2 that started in the UK recently, is certainly not expected to lose its lustre in any way.
To gape at the antics of the beau monde was one of the great pleasures of Vauxhall Gardens at London during the eighteenth century.
Although he died before the French revolution Voltaire’s experiences at London became part of the wider expertise he gained that informed European enlightenment
Expat Australian musicians who are friends in London are among those honouring the works and 50th annniversary of esteemed Melbourne born Australian composer and pianist George Percy Grainger 1882 – 1961. They are all participating in The Grainger Festival, a four-day event at Kings Place, reports brilliant young Dalby born pianist Jayson Gillham from London.