Articles tagged south bank

Artist and Society at Tate Modern

The South Bank of the Thames is one of London’s historic and contemporary hubs for the arts and their creators. Inside what once was a mid-twentieth century power plant, the Tate Modern museum could be […]

Review: Brainiac Live! Science Abuse – at Udderbelly

You might already know this but Brainiac Science Abuse (known as Brainiacs) is a cult television show which was on TV in the noughties. Richard Hammond was the first presenter and, if you were a […]

Nights on the South Bank

One of my favorite things to do in London is have a more relaxed night of dinner and drinks with friends. When we have one of these nights, somehow we always end up along the […]

Shifting Perspectives at Gallery@oxo

Resting on the edge of the Thames the gallery@oxo is set in a memorable location but its latest exhibition Shifting Perspectives is what will cling to your memory long after your visit to this prime […]

My Evening with Lenny

Lenny Henry has charmed the UK with his comedic timing and acting prowess for over 30 years. Currently he is entertaining audiences with his role in the National Theatre’s production of Shakespeare’s Comedy of Errors. Comedy of Errors is […]

Say Hello to Geronimo

Hello Geronimo is almost the very definition of a cottage industry: Vicky Cockell works at the kitchen table of her Dulwich flat, using buttons, beads and other embellishments (either vintage, found or current) to create […]

The Chocolate Festival

Happy Easter to all our readers! In the spirit of Easter, and yummy chocolate Easter eggs in particular, Shapa Begum reviews The Chocolate Festival – A chocoholics dream… While visiting the South Bank Centre last […]