The Capital is painting a portrait as the summer sun sets
12th September 2013 – London is a city full of art and culture, from the cheekiness of the street performers to the more cerebral artists who speak their mind through a flick of a paintbrush. In celebration of all the artistic talent that the capital holds, here’s a flavour of what to expect this autumn. Why not book our ‘Great Weekend Deals’ package and treat yourself to an overnight’s stay with us with free internet access in your room. Rates start from GBP99 and add a full buffet breakfast for only GBP10 when booking in advance. For full details of the package and to make bookings visit
Richard Rogers RA: Inside Out
Richard Rogers is one of the most successful and influential architects in the world. He is well known for his radical outlook on design. Throughout his long career, he has produced extraordinary buildings such as the Pompidou Centre in Paris (with Renzo Piano), Lloyd’s of London and the Law Courts in Bordeaux. The Royal Academy of Arts offers the public an opportunity to get to know the man behind these pioneering creations ‘Inside Out’ until the 13th October 2013. For more information or to book visit
Sky Arts Ignition: Memory Place
If you were to scour your mind and capture just one memory, what would it be? The Victoria and Albert Museum is presenting a dramatic vision of the future through an immersive exhibition experience. Sky Arts Ignition: Memory Place is a walk through story that brings to life a new work of fiction by the author Hari Kunzru. The story depicts the world after a magnetic storm that has wiped out the information infostructure as we know it. Open until 20th October 2013 you can take a walk through the exhibition and experience your own version of the story and witness the evolving relationship between word and image as they move off the page and into the gallery space. For more information or to book visit
Lowry and the Painting of Modern Life
“I saw the industrial scene and I was affected by it. I tried to paint it all the time. I tried to paint the industrial scene as best I could. It wasn’t easy.”
These are words spoken by the much loved British painter L.S.Lowry. Tate Britain is showing the first major exhibition of landscapes by the artist since his death. Focusing on the best of Lowry’s urban scenes and industrial landscapes including Tate’s ‘Coming Out of School’, 1927 and ‘The Pond’, 1950. Alongside significant loans, this carefully selected exhibition aims to re-assess Lowry’s contribution to art history and to argue for his achievement as Britain’s pre-eminent painter of the industrial city until the 20th October 2013. For more information or to book visit
Michael Landy: Saints Alive
Saints are not often associated with contemporary artwork but the topic is being revisited for a new autumn exhibition by the current Rootstein Hopkins Associate Artist in Residence at the National Gallery, Michael Landy. Taking fragments of old National Gallery paintings Landy has created 3D masterpieces containing old machinery and cogs to construct the works. Towering over you, the seven sculptures swivel and turn, in movements that evoke the drama of each saint’s life. See Saints Apollonia, Catherine, Francis and more until the 24th November 2013. For more information visit http://www.nationalgallery.org.uk/whats-on/exhibitions/michael-landy-saints-alive
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