Melatopia
7-8 November 3.00pm – 3.00am

The UK’s biggest South Asian Festival LONDON MELA goes online to create the world’s first global Asian diaspora festival: MELATOPIA

London Mela proudly presents the 18th edition of the annual South Asian culture-fest, the London Mela. This year, much-loved festival reinvents itself as a digital and virtual reality event featuring

Emery Walker’s House – Philip Clissett and the ‘bodger’ conundrum’ online talk
2 December 3pm

Chiswick Auctions – Modern & Contemporary Middle Eastern & North African Art
29 October 11.00am

Chiswick Book Festival

Chiswick in Pictures 2020

Monday 31 August to Saturday 7 November

We'll be hanging the work of 30 artists who live locally and take inspiration from the local landscape for their work, at the Clayton Hotel Chiswick over the weekend of 29 / 30 September. There are some new artists taking part this year, in addition to many of those who have exhibited their work with us before. There's a great mix of interesting

Miriam Margolyes and Amit Shah to star in new online play

Miriam Margolyes and Amit Shah to star in new online play

Louise Coulthard's new online short play, 'Watching Rosie', will have its world premiere in August. Created by Original Theatre, the show will star award-winning actress Miriam Margolyes, Amit Shah and Coulthard herself. The play explores how those with dementia are coping during

Tiny Happy People

BroadwayHD – Into the Woods

National Geographic for Kids

National Geographic for Kids

National Geographic Kids has several free, fun and informative things to do for children on their website. Action games, personality quizzes, 'funny fill-in' puzzles and videos of amazing animals are just some of the things available. They also offer free extra information for users with magazine subscriptions, including videos & interesting quizzes

Tate Quizzes for Kids

Tate Quizzes for Kids

Tate Kids is offering a selection of interactive art lessons and quizzes for children on their website. Whether you want to find out what the top five rainbow art pieces are, which surrealist artist you are, how to draw a 'sound creature' or how to make a play dough sculpture there's broad selection to keep children occupied. Tate is trying to increase its onl

Bedford Park Festival online talk: Frank Matcham and the Chiswick Empire

Images: Empire House, photograph Jon Perry; Chiswick Empire The man who built Chiswick's music hall theatre was Victorian architect Frank Matcham, the most important and influential of all theatre designers in Britain to date. The Chiswick Empire, built in 1912, was one of 100 - 150 which he either built himself or in which he played some part in the design. They are immediately