Adult Ball Pool

A creative agency in West London recently turned their exhibition space in to a ball pool that adults could play in – 81,000 white balls to throw yourself in to! Of course everyone went mad for it and once the press got wind of it, it completely booked up in an instant. I was lucky enoughContinue reading “Adult Ball Pool”

William Morris Gallery

Situated in a house built in the 1740’s and set in Lloyd Park, Walthamstow, the William Morris Gallery reopened in August 2012 following a fantastic redevelopment. It is the only public gallery devoted to Morris – who for a period lived in the house – and is home to many permanent displays as well asContinue reading “William Morris Gallery”

Leighton House Museum

Leighton House Museum, Kensington, London. The house was once home to Victorian artist Frederic Leighton who over a period of 30 years expanded the building and filled it with treasures from all over the world. The centrepiece of this work is the Arab Hall, decorated with hundres of Middle Eastern tiles. A fascinating place, tuckedContinue reading “Leighton House Museum”

The Lowry

The Lowry, Manchester. Set in the regenerated Salford Quays, The Lowry complex consists of two theatres, studio and gallery spaces, a restaurant, and cafes & bars. It is named after the artist L. S. Lowry, known for his paintings of the industrial north of England and is home to the worlds largest collection of hisContinue reading “The Lowry”

Screen on the Green

Screen on the Green, Islington, London. One of the lovely cinemas owned by Everyman, Screen on the Green offers superior comfort and service to the usual multiplex, and a glass of wine as you watch your film to boot. It shows mainstream, art house and classic films and often hosts Q&A’s with directors. Surprisingly it’sContinue reading “Screen on the Green”