New Viking discoveries never before seen in public go on show this week as the British Museum opens a major show on the famous pillagers.
Governments from around the world have vowed to take action on the illegal trade in wildlife. At the conference at Lancaster House in London, delegates from 46 different countries and […]
Visitors to a new installation behind the Barbican’s concert hall will enter a misty darkness lit only by what appear to be small drones on pendulums: “a world where you […]
The artworks at a new gallery in London’s Shoreditch are not for sale, and their creator plans to destroy them when the show is over. Phlegm, known only by his […]
London’s buses are to become cashless from this summer, Transport for London (TfL) has said.
In 1759, around 75 people a day would trickle to the newly opened British Museum to see the array of remarkable exhibits, everything from the skull of a rhinoceros hornbill […]
Shakespeare’s Globe in London is adding a couple of innovations in its quest to give audiences a sense of theater as it was 400 years ago: a roof and candles. […]
Fifty-six years after Richard Hamilton first coined the term “pop art” – he described it as popular, transient, expendable, low-cost, mass-produced, young, witty, sexy, gimmicky and glamorous – the first […]
Call it Cub Cam: Hidden cameras have captured the birth of a Sumatran tiger cub, London Zoo’s first in 17 years.
The astonishing innovation and creativity of Rembrandt in his final years is to be the focus of a major exhibition at the National Gallery it has been announced. About 40 […]