The name Lalique evokes the brilliance of jewellery, the wonder of transparency, and the brilliance of crystal and glass . Before it became a brand name, it was the name of a man, an artist of genius, René-Jules Lalique and of his heirs who shared his creative flame. This holiday season 2023, Lalique will delve into the moors of Scotland. Fauna and flora come to life in exquisite Lalique crystal. Genuine gifts of nature, to cherish forever. Lalique’s art of living unveils its magical spell in a precious collection of decorative objects and jewellery. Read more
Lead Producer Colin Ingram is delighted to announce Australian stars Jason Donovan and Peter Andre will return to Jim Jacobs & Warren Casey’s iconic musical GREASE at the Dominion Theatre following their highly acclaimed performances last year. Jason will play the role of Teen Angel at certain performances from 14 August to 28 October. Peter will play the roles of Vince Fontaine and Teen Angel at certain performances from 29 August to 19 October. Patrons are advised to check the website for specific dates. Read more
The showpiece event in men’s rugby union 15s, Rugby World Cup 2023 will feature 20 teams – 12 of which qualified directly by finishing in the top three in their pool at Japan 2019 and eight from a. In total, 48 matches will be played across 51 days. During the first England game v Argentina George Ford was the hero, kicking all 27 points, including a hat-trick of dropped goals in nine first-half minutes. Read more
Cabaret of Sin immerses guests into a night without limits and redefines Cabaret as we know it. Barrio is set to launch the hottest new ticket in town, promising guests an immersive and reimagined cabaret show of scandal, seduction, and sin where nothing is off limits. Barrio presents, Cabaret of Sin. Set to push the boundaries of cabaret and give a much-needed injection of shock and awe to Friday nights. Read more
Hampton Court Palace Will Host Once Again One of the Biggest Flower Festivals The RHS Hampton Court Palace Garden Festival will run from Tuesday 4th — Sunday 9th July 2023, showcasing glorious gardens, fabulous floral displays, horticultural lessons, and much more. Gardens at this years’ Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) Hampton Court Palace Garden Festival will showcase the latest in sustainable biodiverse solutions in response to the climate crisis. Read more
The 70th edition of the international festival will celebrate creativity that drives progress, connecting numerous creative professionals and enthusiasts. Save the date and contact our ExpoBeds team to organise your business trip early in time.
The Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity has championed creative excellence since 1954, providing the definitive benchmark for creativity that drives progress, globally. Read more
From 20th to 22nd April 2023, you have the chance to be part of the world of luxury cars at Royal Hospital Chelsea, London. With both historic and modern cars on show – you’ll also enjoy the exciting lifestyle that goes with this exclusive set.
Salon Privé London presents the world’s first ‘Concours de Vente’. This is an exciting new concept – a Concours d’Elégance, where every classic car on show is for sale. Read more
The 2022 FIFA World Cup is a men’s international association football championship contested by the senior national teams of the member associations of FIFA, the 22nd edition of the FIFA World Cup competition. It is scheduled to take place in Qatar from 20 November to 18 December 2022.The 2022World Cuphas been able to exist in our minds as little more than a surreal abstraction. A computer-generated simulation. Read more
The art world has looked into itself during the pandemic. And it’s found that art has to be more than just fun and noise and fame and money … it has to be sustaining. But how does a cultural sphere that has spent decades celebrating shallowness suddenly find its inner light? At first sight, Frieze has simply gone numb with shock. At times, the first post-pandemic Frieze art fair is so relaxing you could fall asleep in one of its classy lounges.
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Her reign kick-started the television era, when households across Britain bought their first TV set so that they could watch the Coronation in Westminster Abbey in 1953. It was where she married Prince Philip, and now the funeral of Elizabeth II takes place in the same magnificent building. While unprecedented crowds of mourners will have made their way to London, a monumental broadcast operation employing the latest technology will ensure those at home are afforded a close-up view, so that the whole nation can be witness to these sombre and extraordinary events. Coverage of the day begins early on BBC1 with Breakfast (6am), followed by The State Funeral Of HM Queen Elizabeth II (8am). The lying in state in Westminster Hall will end at 6.30am, and at 8am the doors will open at Westminster Abbey. At 10.44 the oak coffin will be moved onto the State Gun Carriage of the Royal Navy to be brought to the Abbey. Read more