Eyewitness: Hungarian Photography in the 20th Century
A great opportunity to look at the work of Hungarian photographers such as Brassaï, Capa, Kertész, Moholy-Nagy and Munkácsi and their contribution to international photography.
Until October 2, 2011.
Ai Weiwei at Lisson Gallery
If you have not yet seen Ai Weiwei’s work, this selection of 13 of his key works from the past six years will give you a good overview.
Until 16 July 2011.
Searching for a Horizon. A Solo Exhibition by Rutie Borthwick
Inspired by photographs and sketches taken on her walks through London, her travels and found images, Rutie Borthwick is ‘Searching for a Horizon’.
Until 20 August, 2011.
CLASSICAL MUSIC AND OPERA
BBC Proms: Rossini – William Tell
16 July 2011 at Royal Albert Hall
Antonio Pappano returns with the Orchestra and Chorus of the Academy of Santa Cecilia, Rome, for a rare revival of Rossini’s William Tell.
Puccini La Rondine at Opera Holland Park
A light romantic opera about a young Parisian, Magda, the mistress of a rich older banker, Rambaldo.
Until July 17, 2011.
The Beggar’s Opera by John Gay at Regent’s park open air theatre.
Rediscover heroine Polly Peachum and Macheath in London’s underworld.
Until July 23, 2011.
Emperor and Galilean by Ibsen at the NT.
A new version directed by Jonathan Kent with 50 performers on stage.
Until end of July.
Mariinsky ballet . Hommage to Fokine ROH
Homage to Fokine opens with Chopiniana, followed by The Firebird, created for Diaghilev’s Ballet Russes and Scheherazade another extraordinary work created for the Ballet Russes.
29 July to 1 August 2011.
Great atmosphere, wine selection and seafood platter. The highlight is also the view on the kitchen.
BOUTIQUE HOTELS + SHOPPING
A great tea bar with yummy cakes and chocolates.
6 Lamb street, Spitalfield, London E1 6EA
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