Indian Tempest by William Shakespeare at The Globe London

The Globe

If you follow the blog then you’d know how much I love The Globe, a summer in London just isn’t complete with at least a couple of visits.This time I was off to see Indian Tempest which was performed in Continue reading Indian Tempest by William Shakespeare at The Globe London

Sensational Butterflies at the London Natural History Museum

Red butterfly

A promised myself that I would get out and about this summer and the wonderful weather in London has made it easy. A friend invited me along to the sensational butterflies exhibition at the Natural History Museum. The museum is Continue reading Sensational Butterflies at the London Natural History Museum

Venus & Adonis by William Shakespeare at The Globe London

The Globe

  Since visiting for the first time last summer, Shakespeares Globe theatre in London. I simply adore everything about the Globe, from the location on the river to the intimacy of the building, and when you exit the building the Continue reading Venus & Adonis by William Shakespeare at The Globe London

Lichtenstein: A Retrospective at the Tate Modern

Lichtenstein

  I grew up with a Lichtenstein print in the hallway, but had never taken the time to see more of his work. A fellow culture vulture has membership at the Tate Modern on London’s bankside and she was kind Continue reading Lichtenstein: A Retrospective at the Tate Modern

Book Review: OBEY Supply & Demand, The art of Shepard Fairey

OBEY Supply & Demand The art of Shepard Fairey

Many of you may know Shepard Fairey as the artist who produced the iconic Obama hope posters, he also featured heavily in the Banksy, Exit through the gift shop movie. However, Fairey has been producing iconic work for over 20 Continue reading Book Review: OBEY Supply & Demand, The art of Shepard Fairey

Book Review: Women are heroes. A global project by JR

Women heros

  I was not familiar with JR but was recently gifted his wonderful book Women are Heroes. The book catalogues an extraordinary project by JR in which he travelled as widely as Sierra Leone and Cambodia (with a few more Continue reading Book Review: Women are heroes. A global project by JR

Book Review: Rome + Klein by William Klein

Rome + Klein by William Klein

I love Rome, who doesn’t? Rome + Klein is a two volume slipcased set, volume one is a commentary of Rome covering everything from citizens of rome to fashion. The second is a weighty volume of black and white photography Continue reading Book Review: Rome + Klein by William Klein

Top 5 review of 2012

As we welcome in 2013, I take a look back at five of my favourite posts from 2012. It was a busy year in true Lilo style, with lots of eating, reading and a spot of shopping thrown in. Enjoy! Continue reading Top 5 review of 2012

Private Viewing: Victoria and Albert Museum

BALLGOWNS British Glamour Since 1950 at the Victoria and Albert museum

I was recently lucky enough to attend a private viewing of the Hollywood Costume exhibition at my favourite museum, the Victoria and Albert. The evening kicked off at 6.30pm with lucky attendees treated to movie star treatment with champagne and Continue reading Private Viewing: Victoria and Albert Museum

Getting my culture on

Sadler's Wells

Every now and again I do love a trip to the theatre, so this weekend was a real treat when I made my way to the Lilian Baylis Studio at Sadler’s Wells to see Lyrikal Fearta – The Letter and Continue reading Getting my culture on