This is the 2022 performance of the ever-popular theatrical fundraising Revue for the benefit of the Sheriffs' & Record's Fund and Pan Intercultural Arts. The shows are being organised for 4 nights of Monday 14th to Thursday 17th March at the Central Criminal Court, Old Bailey.
Desire has become firmly established as the 'must visit' event for its stunning collection and unrivalled choice of contemporary jewellery and stylish silverware. Visitors can purchase from an exciting range from both emerging British talent as well as from more established makers.
Collect is one of the world’s most influential fairs focusing on contemporary craft and design and living artists, and takes place each year at Somerset House in the heart of London. Collect will take place from 25-27 February 2022 with previews on 23-24 February 2022.
Online lecture hosted by Crafts Magazine on 24th January: Making traditions are an inherent part of our collective heritage, but as society and technology advances, some inevitably become at risk of dying out. How do we decide what’s an essential part of our culture?
The eighth edition of FOG Design+Art will take place January 20–23, 2022 at Fort Mason Center for Arts and Culture in San Francisco. The exhibition features Eleanor Lakelin, QEST Scholar and a previous winner of the Cockpit Arts, Turners' Company Award.
On 4th and 5th December, the highly-skilled designer-makers from Sussex and adjoining counties will provide a colourful feast of creativity to brighten the dark days of winter and provide inspiration for unique and personal Christmas gifts.
The City Christmas Fair has taken place every winter for 20 years, giving guests the opportunity to enjoy a day of luxurious shopping and unique events – all while supporting women’s health research. The fair will be opened by the Lady Mayoress at 11am on 6th December.
Come and join us this Advent and Christmas at St Bride's Church as we revisit the wonderful and hope-filled Christmas story in words and music from the fabulous St Bride's Choir. Various events in the run up to Christmas, click to see them all.
The annual Remembrance Sunday service at St Bride's Church, Fleet Street, London, is on 14th November and begins earlier than usual at 10:50am so that we can begin with the traditional two-minute silence at 11am after the the playing of the Last Post. This is an un-ticketed free event.
Curated and organised by Handmade in Britain since 2007, Handmade Chelsea is an established high-end craft and design fair taking place at London's iconic Chelsea Old Town Hall from 12 - 14 November.
For families that want to start whittling at home, or around a campfire, our courses are a great introduction for both adults and children to learn how to work safely with knives. London Greenwood is a not-for-profit cooperative and a community of green woodworkers based in Hackney.
The Turners' Company present Wizardry in Wood 2021: combining art, beauty, mystery & skill, this exciting event returns to Carpenters' Hall, London from 13-16 October.
The Master Carvers’ Association, initiators and founder members of The Grinling Gibbons Society and Tercentenary National Festival, present Art & Ornament, a multidiscipline exhibition of current practice by members and friends, from 2nd August until 5th September.
Sarah Myerscough Gallery is delighted to present Eleanor Lakelin's first UK solo show at the gallery in June 2021. Ostensibly abstract, Eleanor's vessel-shaped sculptures abound in metaphorical resonance. They speak to the hand and to the soul, conjuring sensory imaginings and visual narratives.
New dates are available for our Family Whittling courses, this term we've got some weekend dates instead of our usual half term courses. For families that want to start whittling at home, or around a campfire, our courses are a great introduction for both adults and children.
For a number of years the Guildhall has been the location for the Lord Mayor's Big Curry Lunch, a major fundraising event on behalf of military charities. This year the auction is online and is live now for bids.
The Master & Consort of The Worshipful Company of Clockmakers have pleasure in inviting you to join them in an art lecture, compiled and presented by the art historian, Michael Howard, online on 13th April 2021. This talk will explore some of the most compelling aspects of painting.
What will the world of water look like in 2050? How will cities future proof themselves in the face of increasing climate change and population growth? Which Way Water will take place on March 22nd 2021.
Collect Art Fair will take place online from 26 February to 2 March 2021. Collect brings you a stunning group of specialist international galleries helping you discover some of the exceptional pieces on display.
At Gresham College (free lectures since 1597) we are continuing to deliver lectures online in March 2021. Lecture topics this month include The Mistakes CEO's Make, Rising Obesity, and Computers A History.