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It is not often that the public gets to peek into the sovereign’s wardrobe, but to celebrate Her Majesty’s 90th birthday, the Palace is showing off the Queen’s dresses in exhibitions that span three palaces and clothes from her whole lifetime.
Her Majesty has virtually lived her entire life in the public eye, and hardly put a sartorial foot wrong in all that time. As she turns 90, 150 of her outfits are being displayed at Buckingham Palace, Windsor Castle and Holyroodhouse in Edinburgh, many chosen because of their close associations with the locations.
The inaugural London Design Biennale is taking over Somerset House in September featuring the best utopian design from around the world. The festival is bringing designers from 30 countries to the capital with exhibitions and installations on the theme ‘Utopia by Design’.
Based on the model of the Venice Biennale the festival’s aim is to create a survey of the state of international design, showcasing leading design work from around the world all in one place.
Fortnum & Mason is offering more than just luxury food and gifts this autumn as more than 60 artworks by artists from Howard Hodgkin to Paula Rego, Tracey Emin and Frank Auerbach go on show dotted around the famous Mayfair department store.
Fortnum’s X Frank is a collaboration between the flamboyant private collector Frank Cohen and Fortnum & Mason, one of London’s oldest and most established department stores (founded in 1707).
Dominic Cooper takes on the notoriously cocksure and dissolute but dashing Earl of Rochester on stage this autumn, playing the starring role in The Libertine by Stephen Jeffreys.
It is the true story of John Wilmot, the second Earl of Rochester — a charismatic poet, playwright and libertine famous for his bawdy, obscene verse who satirised Charles II’s Restoration court.
Letters Live is back this autumn, returning to the magnificent art deco Freemasons’ Hall for five nights only.
Since it first took place in 2013, the event has captured the public imagination with its winning combination of A-list stars reading remarkable letters written by the famous or people caught up in the great events of history.
The letters can be funny or heart-breaking, serious or frivolous, sad or happy, and each night has a new line-up of readers — they remain a secret until the night so you won’t know who you will see until the evening.
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