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Wednesday, 28 January 2015

British Summer Time event tickets - Kylie

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Offer: Priority entry to catch Kylie in the iconic park.

Starts: Wednesday 28th January 2015

Ends: Friday 30th January 2015

London Hotel Break For Two



Fashionable Central London Hotel Break for Two £120

Millennium Gloucester Hotel London Kensington
  • For £120 per night (worth up to £186) enjoy a Standard Room for two people with breakfast
  • Whenever available, you will be upgraded to a Club Room at no extra charge with more space, a superior level of comfort and exclusive access to the Club Lounge
  • All rooms contain the modern conveniences needed for a relaxing stay in central London


London Foreign Currency Exchange Rates 28/01/2015

Central London Bureau de Change Exchange Rates for buy and sell of currency


Tuesday, 27 January 2015

Valentines Tower Bridge Experience

Valentine's Date on Tower Bridge

'Love Is In The Air' Tower Bridge Experience With Champagne and Chocolates from £19 - View Details


London Marble Arch - Spa - Afternoon Tea

 Afternoon Tea and Spa, 5* Hotel

Afternoon Tea For Two (£45) With Spa Entry (£69) at the 5* Montcalm, London Marble Arch (38% Off) - View Details


Curigo


Two-Course South American Meal With Cocktail or Beer from £9.95 at Curigo (Up to 59% Off) - View Details

Afternoon Tea - Royal Horseguards


Choice of Afternoon Tea For Two from £32 at 5* Royal Horseguards, Embankment (Up to 20% Off) - View Details


SERPENTINE GALLERIES EXHIBITIONS AND EVENTS

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A BRIGHT NIGHT: TECHNOLOGIES OF AFFECT
THURSDAY 5 FEBRUARY, 7PM
GOETHE-INSTITUT
TICKETS £5/4 AVAILABLE FROM TICKETWEB
This evening of screenings, readings, talks and performances addresses light, happiness, affect and productivity in contemporary culture. Participants include designer Chris Kabel, artists Sidsel Meineche Hansen, Samuel Levack, Jennifer Lewandowski and Gil Leung as well as philosopher Alexei Penzin. A Bright Night also features screenings of films by Betzy Bromberg and Marc Camille Chaimowicz. Programmed in collaboration with LUX and supported by the Goethe-Institut London
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FINAL WEEKS
REINER RUTHENBECK
UNTIL 15 FEBRUARY
SERPENTINE GALLERY
FREE

'Much of his work is unassuming sculpture, with a quiet, poetic power. Enigmatic, conical piles of ash surround metal forms - tangled wire, metal sheets - resembling the residue of a ritual'
London Evening Standard
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JULIO LE PARC
UNTIL 15 FEBRUARY
SERPENTINE SACKLER GALLERY
FREE

'Le Parc is a merrymaker, by far the most jovial of conceptualists. His true intent is all for your delight, and his show is one long fairground for adults and children alike'
The Observer
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SERPENTINE FAMILY DAY
LIGHT
SUNDAY 1 FEBRUARY, 12-5PM
SERPENTINE GALLERY
FREE, NO BOOKING REQUIRED

No.w.here film-maker James Holcombe leads a creative workshop inspired by Julio Le Parc’s exhibition, exploring the magical properties of light
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EVENTS
SATURDAYS LIVE: BETH COLLAR
 
31 JANUARY, 3PM
SERPENTINE GALLERY
FREE, NO BOOKING REQUIRED

Beth Collar creates a new performance entitled,Probably, Like a Melon Rolling off a Table: Part II, as part of the Saturdays Live series

 
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PUBLIC TALK: KASPER KÖNIG ON REINER RUTHENBECK
WEDNESDAY 11 FEBRUARY, 7PM
GOETHE-INSTITUT
TICKETS £5/4 AVAILABLE FROM TICKETWEB

Curator and professor Kasper König presents a lecture on Reiner Ruthenbeck’s works and exhibition at the Serpentine Gallery. Supported by the Goethe-Institut London
 
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JULIO LE PARC: NEW LIMITED EDITIONS
IT'S EXCELLENT
MOBILE RECTANGLE DANS L'ESPACE
1967-2009
This striking edition is made up of strips of mirrors that reflect light, movement and their surroundings, encapsulating Le Parc’s iconic works
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CONTINUEL LUMIERE Á 4 CYLINDRES
1962-2014
Taking inspiration from his work Continuel Lumière Cylindre, this beautiful edition is made up of four rotating lights
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FROM OUR FRIENDS
DRAWN BY LIGHT
UNTIL 1 MARCH
SCIENCE MUSEUM
TICKETS £8/5

From serene landscapes to exquisite nudes this major exhibition brings together over 200 highlights from the Royal Photographic Society Collection, the world’s oldest surviving photographic society
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GUY BOURDIN: IMAGE MAKER
UNTIL 15 MARCH
SOMERSET HOUSE
TICKETS £9/7

The UK’s largest ever exhibition of the influential and enigmatic fashion photographer Guy Bourdin. Features over 100 works and previously unseen material
 
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LOTTERY FUNDED Supported using public funding by ARTS COUNCIL ENGLAND

Science Museum - Robots, cycling stunts and penguins at Lates

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Explore the surprising world of Engineering
Wednesday 28 January 2015, 18.45 - 22.00
This month's Lates celebrates the opening of our new Engineer Your Future gallery with exclusive after-hours access to the area and a special programme of activities, workshops and talks.

Engineered edible treats, dancing robots, motion sensor-controlled penguins AND impressive cycling stunts are just some of the activities at Wednesday's event.

You can also catch our regular highlights of live music, a silent disco and Punk Science comedy game show.
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Lates Pinterest
Did you visit Lates in 2014?
Check out our Pinterest board
Last year we explored a variety of themes at Lates, from hedonism and music, to magic and sexuality. Check out some of the highlights from 2014 on our new Pinterest board. You might even spot yourself...
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