Dmitri Hvorostovsky The Royal Opera © ROH. Photograph by Catherine Ashmore, 2014 Verdi Un ballo in maschera; Calleja, Monastyrska, Hvorostovsky, Cornetti, Gamberoni, dir: Thoma, cond: Oren; Royal Opera House, Covent Garden Reviewed by...Show More Summary
Element just opened a new flagship store in London. Located at 13 Shorts Gardens, Seven Dials, in the heart of the Covent Garden shopping district, the three-story, 2,816 sq.-ft. store stocks Element’s full range of men’s, women’s and… The post A Look Inside Element’s First London Flagship Store appeared first on Highsnobiety.
Following up on our store tour earlier in the week, taking you inside Larsson & Jennings first ever watch emporium, located in London’s Covent Garden, we get a closer look at something beautiful to celebrate the opening. Part of the LJX… The post The In-Store Exclusive Larsson & Jennings LJX Bronze Watch appeared first on Selectism.
53 Monmouth Street finds a new owner, Anglo-Swedish watch company, Larsson & Jennings, taking over the Covent Garden address with a clean, minimal shop fit from Campaign Design. The first solo retail venture for the company, the full range… The post Inside the Larsson & Jennings Watch Store – Soho, London appeared first on Selectism.
Taylor Swift steps out in one of her very fashionable looks while shopping at the Covent Garden Cath Kidston store on Monday (December 1) in London, England. The 24-year-old entertainer is in town to perform at the 2014 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show, which will take place tomorrow and be televised next week! The evening before, [...]
Whilst the emphasis at El Nivel is one of refined Mexican food, it is not reflected in the price and you can get very well fed at less than twenty pounds per person This post is from The London Word and should not be republished elsewhere without prior permission. Please check out our site for more great stories and features. El Nivel, Covent Garden
Act 1 finale from Don Giovanni at Covent Garden - picture ROH If I say the word polytonality - music in more than one key simultaneously - what does it conjure up? A cacophanous racket or music of profound beauty. A throw-away comment on BBC Radio 3 this week set me thinking. Show More Summary
Joanna Lumley's Covent Garden Covent Garden is one of the most maligned areas of London. Everyone thinks they know it ("yeah totes it's that square with street performers and a semi-open market and touristy restaurants all around").Show More Summary
"Scenes de Ballet," "Five Brahms Waltzes in the Manner of Isadora Duncan," "Symphonic Variations," "A Month in the Country" Choreographer: Frederick Ashton The Royal Ballet Royal Opera House, Covent Garden London, UK 18 October – 14 November 2014 by Judith Cruikshank copyright 2014 by Judith Cruikshank An evening of Ashton. Show More Summary
Idomeneo - picture copyright ROH Catherine Ashmore Mozart Idomeneo; Polenzani, Fagioli, Bevan, Bystrom, dir Kusej, cond Minkowski; Royal Opera House, Covent Garden Reviewed by Robert Hugill on Nov 15 2014 Star rating: 3.0 Missed opportunities...Show More Summary
High-end French food in Covent Garden with a specialism in steak - and it's not as expensive as you might think This post is from The London Word and should not be republished elsewhere without prior permission. Please check out our site for more great stories and features. Les Deux Salons, Covent Garden
Carnaby and Covent Garden help ease the pain.
For Verdi-sated New Yorkers, a different take on Macbeth, as performed at Covent Garden in 2011.
British artist Alex Chinneck recently unveiled an awesome new art installation in the piazza of London’s Covent Garden. Entitled Take my Lightning but Don’t Steal my Thunder, the piece presents the fantastic optical illusion that a 40-foot-long...Show More Summary
Two Kyushu restaurants come to Covent Garden.
Located in Renzo Piano's Central St. Giles Building in Covent Garden, the new super headquarters feature a series of indoor and outdoor workspaces, a gymnasium and dance studio, along with several restaurants, cafes and comfortable rendezvous areas. These
We've covered a number of unusual architecture projects here at Gizmag, but Alex Chinneck's latest creation is probably the first that appears to levitate. Following his sliding facade project in Margate, England, the British artistShow More Summary
Alex Chinneck creates sculptural illusion.
Watch how British artist Alex Chinneck did it. Londoners strolling through Covent Garden this month are in for a surprise: The piazza's historic Market Building, 184 years old, seems to float above its foundation, with a 10-foot gap between the top and bottom of the Doric colonnade. Read Full Story
Titled "Take My Lighting But Don't Steal My Thunder," Chinneck's bespoke work is set in the Covent Garden's Piazza, one of the busiest tourist districts in London. The fantastical installation was built to create the illusion that a 40-foot-long section of