Calken Gallery - Michael Talbot

Spotlight on: Calken Gallery

Located on Kensington Church Street – well known for its fine art galleries and antiques stores – Calken Gallery is an independent, contemporary art gallery that showcases the work of Royal Academy, Landseer Prize-winning sculptor Michael Talbot. Housing the largest collection anywhere in the world of his beautiful and elegant bronze figurative sculptures, Calken Gallery also [...]

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IMPREINT Portraits

Exhibition of images from the year-long art project Portraits by IMPREINT

Some of you will remember that at the end of last year the art project Portrait kicked off on the streets of Notting Hill. Following the exhibition Balloons – which featured an ever-changing selection from the artist’s series of balloon paintings (see below for two examples) – IMPREINT began photographing locals and visitors alike holding a single red balloon and sharing the images [...]

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Peruvian Nights Supper Club

Peruvian Nights Supper Club comes to Notting Hill in November

It can’t have escaped your notice that one of the global cuisines that’s becoming ever more popular in London these days is Peruvian. With a rash of Peruvian and Peruvian fusion restaurants popping up all over London in the last few years, it seems it’s now easier than ever to sample South American delicacies and versions of [...]

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Notting Hill Orchestra

Notting Hill Orchestra & Choir seeks musicians and vocalists

The Notting Hill Orchestra and Choir for film music is seeking applications for all musicians and vocalists. They welcome professional and non-professional musicians, with all ages accepted. Weekly rehearsals will be in the form of a workshop guided by professional musicians. The Orchestra’s repertoire will include film music as well as a classical repertoire and [...]

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Pop Up Screens

Pop Up Screens returns to Notting Hill this Halloween

Following a joyful run of Christmas-themed screenings last year, Pop Up Screens returns to Notting Hill later this month with a ‘spooky’ series of films…right in time for Halloween! Their 2014 Halloween Fright Fest takes up residency at The 20th Century Theatre on Westbourne Grove from 30th October to 2nd November. The Theatre will be transformed into [...]

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