Ahead of the upcoming Queer Nature festival at Kew Gardens, we caught up with Julie Flavell – Head of Visitor Programmes & Exhibitions at Kew – to talk about the celebration of diversity in art, plants and fungi.
It would be impossible to review the entire Margate Pride 2023, which hosts events throughout most of August, but our roving correspondent Lucy Nordberg had a whirlwind weekend experiencing as much as she could at this community-focused celebration, from art exhibitions to cabaret to queer sea shanties.
The astounding UK premiere of Open Lines, presented by Cie Basinga, kicked off the 2023 Greenwich + Docklands International Festival (GDIF).
We caught up with with Talia Andrea, Editor-in-Chief at STRAND Magazine and Founder of FEMMESTIVAL – an all-new, all-female music festival which seeks to close the gap women often face in the live music sector, by showcasing the women making waves in London’s local music scene.
All of our 2023 Edinburgh Fringe reviews in one place – we’ll be updating this by the minute (as long as we keep the Irn-Bru flowing).
After three years away, To Do List will return to review the very best that the Edinburgh Fringe festival has to offer! But first, we preview the most intriguing shows in the Edinburgh Fringe programme – look no further for the most unmissable quirky, offbeat, and downright amazing events at this years Fringe!
We caught up with Ellie Beedham, Director of Arts, Team London Bridge to talk about In a Field by a Bridge, a free festival coming to Potters Field Park – right next to Tower Bridge.
Review: Yayoi Kusama: You, Me and the Balloons – Manchester International Festival / Aviva Studios / Factory International ★★½
A two-room, underwhelming, yet eye-catching opening for Manchester’s Factory International. Yayoi Kusama: You, Me and the Balloons | Aviva Studios, Manchester | Until 28 August 2023 | £15 (Affordable tickets £10 & £7.50) Yayoi Kusama is a 95 year old…
We caught up with Genevieve Christie, CEO of First Light Festival CIC, to talk about the free epic arts event at UK’s most easterly point, Lowestoft.
It’s actually getting sunnier, isn’t it? We’re not hallucinating, it’s actually happening! Well, rain or shine, you an brighten things up by following our list of Unmissable Things To Do in London (and beyond) this June!