Tickets go on sale on Friday 21st July at 10 am

(LONDON) 19th July, 2017 – Due to overwhelming demand, and after playing sold-out shows to over 75,000 fans around the world throughout the UK, North America, Australia and New Zealand, pop icon Adam Ant has saved the best for last by capping the year with one final homecoming performance of his phenomenally-successful ANTHEMS – The Singles tour at The Roundhouse in London on Thursday 21st December.  Tickets will be available from The Roundhouse, www.BookingsDirect.com, 24hr Ticket Hotline at 0844 249 2222 and select authorised ticket agents.

Adam will play his classic chart-topping singles as well as rare singles, B sides and personal favourites.

From his early days in London as an underground, post-punk artist with a cult-like following to his explosion on the world stage that would lead him to become one of the most iconic artists of the 80s, Adam’s musical career spans the course of nine albums and 25 chart-topping singles around the world.

Adam has sold more than 40,000,000 albums and had eight singles in the Top 40 in one week, globally.  His debut album, ‘Dirk Wears White Sox’, was the first number-one album in the UK on the newly-created UK Independent Albums Chart that debuted in 1980.  His follow-up album ‘Kings of the Wild Frontier’ catapulted him to the world stage, spent 12 weeks at number one in the UK (being crowned Best Album at the 1982 BRIT Awards), produced three chart-topping singles ‘Dog Eat Dog’, ‘Antmusic’ and ‘Kings of the Wild Frontier’ and featured his trademark Burundi Beat style of Central African drumming, a musical signature that remains to this day.

As Antmania continued to sweep the nation, his third album, ‘Prince Charming’, introduced his landmark single ‘Stand and Deliver’ that topped the UK Singles Chart for five weeks.

His fourth album, ‘Friend or Foe’ with its massive hit ‘Goody Two Shoes’ and follow-up hit ‘Desperate But Not Serious’, turned him into a household name and earned him a GRAMMY nomination for Best New Artist in 1982.

With his crack five-piece band behind him featuring two drummers, Adam Ant live is no excursion in nostalgia.  It’s a thrill ride through some of the most dynamic and thunderous pop music ever recorded.


PURE MAN offers a host of new brands

Press release: July 2017

And Lethal Bizzle Meet & Greet to launch ‘Stay Dench’


Now into its fourth edition, Pure Man is growing rapidly and attracting more and more buyers expanding into menswear fashion. Menswear indies and those looking to introduce a fresh menswear offering to their stores for 2018 will be able to source the latest in men’s apparel, footwear, and accessories from heritage new and emerging brands, with cross-over buyers benefiting from the show’s prime location alongside Pure womenswear.

Grime hall of fame-r Lethal Bizzle will be unveiling his new product, a men’s aftershave entitled “Stay Dench”, right off of the back of his latest EP release, “You Will Never Make A Million From Grime“. Bizzle has big plans for this fragrance as part of his lifestyle range and will make an appearance and hold a Meet & Greet for buyers on Sunday 23rd July between 12-3pm on the Platinum Brands stand N51. Finding inspiration from street wear, his Stay Dench label has garnered a celebrity following that includes footballers Ian Wright, Djibril Cisse and Jack Wilshere as well as rapper Chip (formerly Chipmunk), radio presenter Greg James and the label’s namesake, Dame Judi Dench herself.

Also making appearances and taking to the Spirit Stage on Tuesday 25th July are leading influencers Rowan Row, Ben Heath, Jamie Cullen and Paul McGregor – they will be discussing working with Influencers.

Pure Man will see the new premium ‘Concept’ area housing niche brands in a pop-up environment, most of which will be exhibiting for the first time. Among the line-up is Laaza Academy and Ivywake, a British organic clothing company offering casual and city sustainable style.

Joining the Pure Man line-up for the first time is a host of new brands to whet your appetite for some serious discovery this July. Immerse yourself in new designs, innovative prints, sharp tailoring and scintillating concept collections. Laboratori Italiani is an international menswear brand taking influence from Neapolitan tailoring and traditional British elegance. Poetica Jeans offers clever design and premium materials married with innovative tailoring and current trends. British based TriXta Designs will show it’s tribal art-led t-shirt designs, while urban lifestyle label Robot Brands launches it’s first men’s apparel collection exploring the relationship between humans and artificial intelligence.

For fashion-forward tailoring, statement pieces and distinctive detailing take a look at EXE, while Robert & Son Beachwear is an exciting new board short brand championing clever prints and sun-soaked colours. Barror London is a menswear brand based in London, dedicated to great style, amazing fits and superb quality. Other new brands in the mix include LIAR London and Weekend a La Mer.

Returning will be Pure Man Emerging Brands, showcasing new and up-and-coming menswear designers including Studio Mulder and new British brand Bowtees who aim to create a new bow tie generation. Stemming from a life-long adoration of distinctively dapper bow ties, but with a frustration of always having to be in a sartorial shirt…the idea of combining urban-inspired t-shirts with bow tie detail was born. Also showing is House of Cenmar, a London-based Saudi designer, offering a multi-faceted art and fashion concept blurring the lines between street style and haute couture and inspired by ancient Arabic architecture and sweeping global cityscapes.

The wider Pure Man offer will range from clean-cut tailoring to edgy contemporary pieces and cool casual and lifestyle wear. Since 1963, Henri Lloyd has pushed the boundaries of style and technical innovation establishing itself over the last five decades with a global reputation for designing and producing quality premium sailing and lifestyle clothing. Other brands include Gianni Lupo, Street Noir, Dedicated Brand, Michael Linnell, Garzini, and SLYDES, with fashion-forward footwear and seasonal accessories offering retailers the perfect add-ons for SS18.

Adam Gough, Head of Menswear commented:  “I’m really excited to see the diversity of brands showcasing in Pure Man for SS18. We have designers from over all over the world showcasing their latest offering, bringing together a great mix of different styles and trends. We have plenty of Pure Man exclusives that I’m sure will excite the buyers looking for something fresh.”

 To find out more information on the SS18 event, visit www.purelondon.com. The next edition will take place from 23rd – 25th July at London Olympia, welcoming over 800 brands across womenswear, menswear, young fashion, athleisure, footwear and accessories.

For further information, images, or if you would like to meet Lethal Bizzle, play Fifa with him and receive a personalised bottle of his new aftershave Stay Dench contact:

Philippa Suitters at Good Results PR:

[email protected] or call 0203 397 5180 / 07866 362980


The London School of Russian Language and Literature Jubilee Charity Ball

Press release

The Jubilee Charity Ball of the Eurolog UK Association and The London School of Russian Language and Literature was held on Saturday, 1 July 2017 in the historic and prestigious Draper’s Hall in the City of London. The ball was dedicated to the twentieth anniversary of the first school of its kind in the United Kingdom, and one of the first in the world.

The Palace’s antique rooms, erstwhile meeting places for the most affluent industrialists in the country, provided the setting for a gathering of the Anglo-Russian society, consisting of famous persons, musicians, artists, actors, businessmen and, of course, the School’s teachers and parents. The foyer housed an exhibition of the works of the talented young artist Philip Firsov.

The ball’s invited distinguished guests included: Archbishop Elisey Surozhsky, Deputy Mayor of Kensington and Chelsea Gerard Hargreaves, royal portrait artist Sergey Pavlenko, popular Russian actress Regina Myannik, People’s Artist of Russia Elena Shcherbakova – Artistic Director of the world-famous Igor Moiseyev Ballet group, and others.

Participating in the ball were star performers, worthy of the finest stages in the world: members of the Igor Moiseyev Ballet, solo artist of the “Novaya Opera” in Moscow Evgeniy Kungurov, mime actor Igor Lamba, and tenor from Saint Petersburg Evgeniy Yuzhin, accompanied by his wife, the singer Yulia Snezhina.

The concert was opened by Christopher Arkhill’s Ballet Russe overture, performed by the magnificent British Imperial Orchestra and directed by Doctor Graham Jones. This was followed by a performance by Maria Veretenina, winner of the International Russian Song Festival Grand Prix, who sang Olympia’s Doll’s Aria from the opera by Jacques Offenbach. The first part of the concert was introduced by star host of the Russian Culture TV channel, Evgeniy Kungurov, and the charming singer Yulia Snezhina. Performances included Giuditta’s Aria by Franz Lehár, performed by Irina Tutt, and Musetta’s Aria by Giacomo Puccini, sung by Olga Adamovich, both of whom were accompanied by pianist and tutor Victoria Savelyeva. All three are also winners of the 8th Russian Song Festival in London. Evgeniy Kungurov gave a truly passionate performance of the famous Couplets of the Toreador from the opera Carmen. The first part was concluded by a solemn dedication to the members of the Alexandrov Choir and their Director Valery Khalilov. The Russian tune Farewell to Slavianka, a favourite of the Director and his orchestra, was played in their honour. The audience rose to pay their respects.

This was followed by a meal fit for a king, with a sumptuous menu – foie gras and trout with a crab garnishing. The company Lots4Charity held a “silent auction” during the meal, while guests and performers had their portrait drawn by caricature artist Georgiy Labunin.

In the second part, which was introduced in English by actor and model Tommy Viles, arias by Lehár and Tchaikovsky were performed by tenor Alexander Naumenko. Soprano Maria Veretenina sang Alexander Alyabyev’s The Nightingale in her enchanting voice. She was followed by the passionate deep baritone of Evgeniy Kungurov, who treated the audience to the beautiful Russian song by Boris Fomin Only Once In A Lifetime. Evgeniy Yuzhin and Yulia Snezhina then sang an affectionate duet by Charles Aznavour Eternal Love (the Russian version of the French classic Une Vie d’Amour). Then came solo performances of particularly beautiful Italian songs, Lucio Dalla’s In Memory of Caruso and Tell Me Girls by Rodolfo Falvo, while the “cherry on the cake” was the joyful song Funiculì, funiculà by Luigi Denza. Evgeniy Yuzhin held the entire audience spell-bound! It was as if the English kings, looking down from their portraits, were also enjoying his singing! There’s a reason why Evgeniy is often referred to as “the voice that captures hearts”!

After the meal members of the Igor Moiseyev Ballet group, Evgeniy Chernyshkov, Andrey Artamonov and Alexander Tikhonov performed the explosive Argentinian dance Gaucho, while Anastasia Sorokina and Kiril Kochubey danced a passionate Argentinian tango. “No one dances like the Moiseyev dancers!” – almost all of them are, after all, Distinguished Artists of Russia! Their elegance of movement, harmonious rhythm and artistry were of an extremely high standard. Igor Lamba then performed an amazing pantomime piece The Hunt.

Finally, the time came for the waltz, the crowning moment of the evening! The magnificent Imperial Orchestra once again took their places and, at the wave of Director Graham Jones’s stick, the favourite tunes by Strauss played out. At last, the guests were able to put into practice all that they had learned in their ballroom dance lessons. They were helped along by the marvellous dance master of the Imperial Ball, Stuart Marsden. As the couples whirled and danced, their reflections were caught in the huge mirrors of the old Palace.

A luxurious, richly decorated cake by Mary-Sony Ltd. provided the finishing touches to a magnificent festivity!

The guests departed, taking with them fond memories of this unforgettable evening in their hearts!

The London School of Russian Language and Literature and the Eurolog UK Association would like to thank their distinguished guests, colleagues, volunteers and partners: Helen Bubnova, Anglia Newspaper, Kartina TV, Matryoshka Radio, Rossotrudnichestvo, The Embassy of the Russian Federation, Pushkin House, Profile Russia, Ikon Magazine, Mery-Sony Ltd., Love in Chocolate, and everyone who came to the Jubilee Charity Ball.

Winners announced for the Saatchi Gallery Art Prize For Schools 2017

Overall Winners: Samuel Marsden Collegiate School students, New Zealand, with artist in residence Michel Tuffery and their winning artwork Matariki – Maori New Year.


Winners announced for the Saatchi Gallery Art Prize For Schools 2017, which attracted 24,000 entries from 66 countries.

London, 10 July 2017: The Saatchi Gallery is delighted to announce the winners of the 2017 Saatchi Gallery Art Prize for Schools.
Adam Hall, 17 years old, from Bolton School Boys’ Division, UK, won the Secondary School category for his mixed media installation Bolton School: A Modern Tradition. A group of 9-11 year old students from Samuel Marsden Collegiate School in New Zealand were awarded first place in the Primary School category for their installation Matariki–Maori New Year. Both category winners received £1,000 and their respective schools’ art departments were awarded £5,000 each to spend on art and computer equipment.
The overall winner is the group of students from New Zealand, who were awarded an additional £2,000 and collected a further £10,000 for their school.
The winners were announced by Nigel Hurst, CEO of the Saatchi Gallery at an exclusive reception at the Saatchi Gallery in London on 4 July, 2017. 
The panel of judges this year includes Alice Anderson, Artist; Alistair Hicks, Writer and Curator; Dea Vanagan, Director, Hauser & Wirth Somerset; Megan Piper, Gallerist and Founder of The Line and Nigel Hurst, CEO of the Saatchi Gallery.
“Participating as a judge for the Saatchi Gallery Art Prize for Schools was a privilege- to witness the creativity and openness of young students from around the world, some as young as four years old. Its overriding worth is the opportunity for children to share in a creative experience with their peers and create connections from such an early stage in their artistic development. It’s encouraging that so many worked in collaboration, and I’m pleased to be part of a Prize that helps direct much needed awareness and funds towards supporting creative education around the world, especially as education budgets are ever more stretched”.
Dea Vanagan, Director, Hauser & Wirth Somerset.
The Saatchi Gallery has a 30-year-long history of supporting emerging artists and bringing contemporary art to the widest possible audience. Saatchi Gallery Art Prize for Schools aims to support and encourage budding young artists by providing them with a platform to showcase their work, and give them the confidence to continue studying art and to consider a creative career.
Alongside the Prize, the Saatchi Gallery offers tailored artist-led workshops to pupils from schools where the need is greatest. The workshops increase pupils’ understanding of fine art processes and provide the opportunity to work with specialist art materials, helping pupils to explore and realise their creative potential. Artist-led Continued Professional Development (CPD) workshops are also offered to art teachers from these schools. The workshops aim to support art teachers who are working with limited resources by providing space, time, solutions and ideas to approaching art making, and ultimately serve to open up the Schools Prize to students from all educational backgrounds.
More details and the full shortlist can be viewed at:






  25 JULY – 28 AUGUST 2017

London, UK – On 25 July the Saatchi Gallery will open Ecstatic Rays in the Prints & Originals Gallery. The exhibition showcases works by nine exciting and emerging contemporary artists.

Mildred Palmer creates unique relief prints that have a textural intensity and sublime resonance. The result of a multi-layered printing technique that involves stencils and serendipity the artist produces works of intoxicating colour & depth.

Andrew Millar produces works on polaroid prints that mix fantasy and reality. In a multi-step process the collages are created, photographed, printed utilising bespoke techniques and finally hand-finished with gold-leaf, paint or mark-making. The paintings of Tom Shedden convey an intensity that suggests the artist has worked and re-worked the pieces repeatedly. The results are works of simplicity that have a powerful impact.

Pakal produces glorious technicolour confections that combine East Asian & South American influences with elements of Western kitsch. The results are beguiling. Zabou is an emerging street artist with a growing reputation for strong studio work too. For this exhibition, Zabou has produced a work of homage to Frida Kahlo. Harry Jones often combines photography and sculpture to create installation works. For Ecstatic Rays, the artist presents superb photographs of distressed walls that are beautifully abstract and yet also suggestive of forms, figures or satellite imagery. The works of Olly Fathers are inspired by geometric cityscapes and how we transverse & interact with them. Olly’s paintings are finely balanced compositions that draw the viewer into the landscape depicted.
The artistic duo Elektro Team collaborate remotely from each other, exploring ideas across a continent. Delicate charcoal drawings created by one artist have been collaged or overpainted by the other. SKU produces works reflecting upon contemporary society and the history of the 21st Century to date – a challenging task.
Brief Biographies of the Artists
Mildred Palmer graduated from Camberwell College of Arts in 1994. The artist lives and works in London.
Andrew Millar lives in Whitechapel, East London. Andrew has had solo exhibitions in Paris, Berlin, Barcelona and New York.

Tom Shedden lives and works in Hythe, Kent. The artist studied at Central Saint Martin’s College of Art, London. He has exhibited in London and elsewhere in the UK.

Pakal is the alter ego of an established street artist.

Zabou was born in France but currently lives and works in London. The artist exhibits and paints world-wide spreading her message of love, fun and rebellion.

Harry Jones graduated from the University of the Arts, London in 2011. The artist lives and works in London.

Olly Fathers graduated from Wimbledon College of Art in 2010. The artist has exhibited in London, Europe and the USA. Olly lives and works in London.

Elektro Team
currently consists of two artists. One is presently based in the UK and the other is located on mainland Europe.
SKU is an artist who lives and works in Walthamstow, North London.
About the Saatchi Gallery
The Saatchi Gallery was founded in 1985 with the aim of bringing contemporary art to as wide an audience as possible and make it accessible by providing an innovative platform for emerging artists to show their work. Over the last five years the Saatchi Gallery has hosted ten out of the top 15 most visited exhibitions in London, according to The Art Newspaper’s survey of international museum attendance, and is also ranked amongst the world’s top five most liked museums on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Google+. Entry to all the Saatchi Gallery’s exhibitions is free.
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The Archikids Festival Programme has Launched!

London’s free architecture festival for kids and families is on the horizon, bringing 30+ fun filled activities for our urban adventurers in a matter of weeks. Last year saw over 7000 families take part in architecturally-inspired activities- come and make 2017 bigger and better!

Located in the City of London Square Mile, the spaces to some of the most exciting buildings are opening, from icons the Gherkin and St Paul’s Cathedral to the cityscapes of Broadgate and the Museum of London.

There’s so much happening during this brilliant festival, from Lego competitions, architecture trails to a bus tour on an original Heritage fleet Routemaster- check out our easy to use programme now to plan your weekend and take a look at some of our highlights below.

30 St Mary Axe, ‘The Gherkin’ Hub

Sculpture in the City, Sat. 22 July, 11am-4pm
Join our artists and construct a sculptural installation in the Gherkin plaza – using archi-lenses and the temporary artworks of the Sculpture in the City project as inspiration.

The Arriva London Heritage fleet Routemaster Bus Tour, Sat. 22 July, pre-book here
Join Arriva London for an architectural bus tour around the city to hear about some of London’s most iconic buildings on an original Routemaster bus.

On your marks, get set, LEGO, Sun. 23 July, 10am-5pm
Join this quick-paced race to build the biggest and best Lego structure!

Make sure to check out the rest of the activities taking place at The Gherkin hub run by our Activate Challenge participants, with professionals from AKT II, HTA, Studio Sanshea, Lipton Plant Architects, Atelier One and the Archivate Collective.

Broadgate Hub

Postcards from London, Sat. 22 July, 10am-4pm
Explore the city through your lens! Capture your favourite place of London and turn your photo into a postcard.

Funtastic City, Sat. 22 July, 10am-4pm
Run wild through the streets of your imagination and create a Funtastic Open City! PRP will provide you with tools to bring your city to life.

Scope the City, Sun. 23 July, pre-book here
Lights, Camera, Action! Sign up for this fantastic Film Workshop with the British Film Institute and make your own film of the city.

Build with Fabrics, Sun. 23 July, 10am-1pm
Join Waterman Structures Ltd to discover the basis of strength behind the structures of the city and nature around you by generating tension and compression forces in your own mini fabric structures.

Museum of London Hub

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City in the Sky, Sat. 22 July, 11am-4pm
Are you a little inventor? Help us build a futuristic city in the sky full of fantastic creations. Draw your inventions and make a model to be added to our amazing, flying cityscape in the West Smithfield Rotunda Garden. The Museum of London in partnership with Little Inventors and the City of London Corporation.

Awesome Architecture (autism-friendly activity), Sat. 22 & Sun. 23 July, 11am-4pm
Enjoy a quieter space with a flexible activity suitable for children on the autistic spectrum and their families to enjoy. Don’t miss our Sensory Space in the Pleasure Gardens to use during your visit to the galleries.

Minecraft Competition, Sat. 22 & Sun. 23, Pre-book with sessions at 12pm, 1.30pm & 3pm – pick up a free ticket from the Museum of London Foyer
Go back to 1666 and help rebuild the city after the Great Fire of London. Get some advice from famous architects of the time, and add your creation to our map.

St Paul’s Cathedral
(activities will only be taking place on Sun. 23 July)

Eco-Explorer, Sun. 23 July, 10am-5pm
Spot the wildlife that lives in the churchyard, and make your very own habitat for city birds, bees and bugs in the Churchyard of St Paul’s Cathedral.

Fantasy Drawing, Sun. 23 July, 10am-5pm
A never-ending, communal drawing activity for the whole family! Come and draw your fantasy play space and reimagine the iconic gardens of St Paul’s Cathedral.

Tour with Sir Christopher Wren, Sun. 23 July, Pre-book on the day with sessions at 13.30-14.00, 14.30 – 15.00 and 15.30 – 16.00
A chance for families to meet the man who designed St Paul’s after the Great Fire of London destroyed the previous Cathedral in 1666. Learn about the architecture and its gardens of this magnificent Cathedral!

Supported by the Churchyards Enhancement Programme, a partnership between the City of London and the Diocese of London.

Festival FAQs:

How much is the festival?
Free for Everyone.

When is it on?
10am-5pm on Saturday 22 and Sunday 23 July. Note that St Paul’s Cathedral is only running activities on Sun. 23 July.

Do I need to book the activities?
We aim for majority of activities to be open to all, if it states ‘pre-book’ in the programme then please visit the website to secure your ticket. Every other activity is ‘first-come, first served’ on the day.
‘Drop-in’ activities: You can ‘drop-in’ on the activity at anytime within the times stated.
‘Session’ activities: You must arrive at the beginning time stated.

Why is Open City hosting the festival?
The best way to understand good design is to engage first hand with the buildings and places of the city. Open City is London’s leading architecture education charity and we want to help inspire people about their city (its architecture, engineering and design). Archikids Festival aims to do just that in a fun and direct way.

Terms of Entry:
Archikids is a free event inviting everyone to take part. Open City has taken all reasonable care to verify the information provided and ensure the safety and appropriateness of the festival venues, activities and volunteers. Open City, building owners, and activity facilitators, do not accept responsibility for the welfare of the children participating in the festival.

‘3 Steps’ to a Fantastic Weekend:

1. Visit the website and decide on which day, hub and activity.
2. Tell your friends and family! A fun free day out, let’s get everyone involved.
3. Turn up on the day!

Open City would like to thank the many venues, organisations, people and practices that have contributed to our Archikids Festival programme.

With special thanks to: LittleBird, Arriva London, Luke O’Donovan, Joanna Bearman, Lizzy Ehrman.

See you on 22 & 23 July!

Archikids Family Partner

Take the stress out of the summer holidays with our partners LittleBird.co.uk – a one-stop shop full of fun ideas and great savings for you to enjoy with the family! With a mission to make family life easier, more affordable and more fun, LittleBird are always on the lookout for the best things to do, see and buy.

Check out LittleBird’s Family Days Out category for some inspiration – enjoy great days out including Kidzania and Art of the Brick DC Super Heroes!

About Open-City:
Open-City is the capital’s leading architecture organisation. Over the last 25 years it has grown from showcasing the capital’s architecture annually to research, training, advice and campaigns that impact on the whole city.

Support Open-City:
You can give a one-off donation to Open-City through our shop page here.
To support us in other ways check out our sponsorship options on our website.

Individual Benefactors
Tim Brooks | Paul Carter | Keith Clarke | Voon-Fui Lai | Thomas Gygax | Tim Harris | Robin Hodges Richard Hughes | Alan Leibowitz | Andrew McManus | David Neilson | Mike Nightingale | Julian Peddle | Ian Ritchie | Aidan Rose | Pat Rose | Tom Smith | Andrew Strange | Julie Taylor

Open-City Corporate Members and Education Fund Supporters:
AHMM | British Land | David Chipperfield Architects | Derwent London | Elliott Wood | Michael Freeman | ING Media | Make | Near Pixel | Peabody | Rocket Investments | Skanska | Stanton Williams |Pemberton Greenish


BY: Jordi Casals

Pamela Anderson, or under “Sun”, this true woman!!! Who has always been destined to be “LA SAUVEGARDE” (Fr: One who safeguards)!!! From the beaches of Malibu on TV, to her ground work today! In a very real world! She is working for the protection of humanity & the planet! She is a “Guardian Angel” in every sense of the term, and on every level.
She possesses this divine essence, this positive aura, full of “Grace”, that illuminates and enhances everything that surrounds her. “Her cause is noble and just”. We must work alongside her; her fight is ours! Let us work for a better world, to save the seas and the planet!


Pamela Anderson appeared at Casino Barrière Sainte-Maxime just like a fairy; from the moment she stepped out of her car, a modern day carriage, until the moment she made her departure, she brightened up the evening byher Divine Grace, within the sumptuous decor of the Casino Barrière’s private rooms.

The ambiance created by themauve-amethyst-colouredlighting contributed to creatinga first-class atmospherefor the evening, brilliantly orchestrated bythe premises’ dynamic Manager, Mr. Olivier Bader.

The Pamela Anderson Foundation, a champion for the causes of animal and environmental rights, and the Casino Barrière- in its commitment to sustainable development, and its supportofl’observatoire des fondsmarins du Golf de Saint Tropez (Fr: the seabed observatory for the Gulf of Saint Tropez)-were brought together for this gala evening with the common objective of “Protecting the seabed”.

The hearty and sophisticated dinner, specially prepared by “Le Chef du Majestic à Cannes” (Fr: the Chef of Hotel Barrière Le Majestic, Cannes), was entirely vegetarian in tribute to Pamela Anderson. The 70 sponsors who participated in this veryintimate evening, enjoyed an event which was bothintense and magical, aided by the coming-together of a team of professionals, including those from the restaurant, the host “Bruno Robles”, and the director “Olivier Bader “. The “Pamela Anderson Foundation” dinner gala held on March 11th, a full moon day, will be forever etched in the history of SAINTE MAXIME!!!


Photos :
Studio Charrier
Sainte Maxime
Jordi Casals
Bruno Bebert
Visual Official Casino Barriere Sainte Maxime

JF LONDON x Kyle DeVolle Season II ‘Denim Dallas’

LONDON, ENGLAND – MARCH 23: Rita Ora attends the launch of the JF London x Kyle De’Volle fall/winter 2017 capsule collection sponsored by Ciroc Vodka at W London Leicester Square on March 23, 2017 in London, England.
Pic Credit: Dave Benett

AW17 sees the launch of Denim Dallas, the second collaboration between Joshua Fenu and celebrity stylist and fashionista Kyle DeVolle.
The capsule collection consists of five styles; thigh-high boots, ankle boots and a unisex sneaker. Drawing inspiration from old westerns and Kyle’s love of Joshua Tree, California, the collection is a modern twist on old classics whilst sticking with JF London’s trademark shapes. Featuring distressed denim embroidered with more denim the pieces are also embellished with metal effect toecaps and heels which further heightens the drama of this already theatrical collection. The designs are in line with JF London aesthetics yet have a DeVolletouch; undoubtedly the IT shoes to wear this coming season.

LONDON, ENGLAND – MARCH 23: Mathieu Assez, Joshua Fenu and Lena Assez attend the launch of the JF London x Kyle De’Volle fall/winter 2017 capsule collection sponsored by Ciroc Vodka at W London Leicester Square on March 23, 2017 in London, England.
Pic Credit: Dave Benett
LONDON, ENGLAND – MARCH 23: (L to R) Mary Charteris, Betty Bachz, Kyle De’Volle, Emma McQuiston, Viscountess of Weymouth, and designer Joshua Fenu attends the launch of the JF London x Kyle De’Volle fall/winter 2017 capsule collection sponsored by Ciroc Vodka at W London Leicester Square on March 23, 2017 in London, England.
Pic Credit: Dave Benett
LONDON, ENGLAND – MARCH 23: (L to R) Joshua Fenu, Rita Ora and Kyle De’Volle attend the launch of the JF London x Kyle De’Volle fall/winter 2017 capsule collection sponsored by Ciroc Vodka at W London Leicester Square on March 23, 2017 in London, England.
Pic Credit: Dave Benett
LONDON, ENGLAND – MARCH 23: Kyle De’Volle (L) and Tallia Storm attend the launch of the JF London x Kyle De’Volle fall/winter 2017 capsule collection sponsored by Ciroc Vodka at W London Leicester Square on March 23, 2017 in London, England.
Pic Credit: Dave Benett
LONDON, ENGLAND – MARCH 23: Mary Charteris (L) and designer Joshua Fenu attend the launch of the JF London x Kyle De’Volle fall/winter 2017 capsule collection sponsored by Ciroc Vodka at W London Leicester Square on March 23, 2017 in London, England.
Pic Credit: Dave Benett
LONDON, ENGLAND – MARCH 23: (L to R) Guest, Rita Ora and Elena Ora attend the launch of the JF London x Kyle De’Volle fall/winter 2017 capsule collection sponsored by Ciroc Vodka at W London Leicester Square on March 23, 2017 in London, England.
Pic Credit: Dave Benett
LONDON, ENGLAND – MARCH 23: Designer Joshua Fenu attends the launch of the JF London x Kyle De’Volle fall/winter 2017 capsule collection sponsored by Ciroc Vodka at W London Leicester Square on March 23, 2017 in London, England.
Pic Credit: Dave Benett
LONDON, ENGLAND – MARCH 23: Kyle De’Volle attends the launch of the JF London x Kyle De’Volle fall/winter 2017 capsule collection sponsored by Ciroc Vodka at W London Leicester Square on March 23, 2017 in London, England.
Pic Credit: Dave Benett
LONDON, ENGLAND – MARCH 23: Rita Ora attends the launch of the JF London x Kyle De’Volle fall/winter 2017 capsule collection sponsored by Ciroc Vodka at W London Leicester Square on March 23, 2017 in London, England.
Pic Credit: Dave Benett
LONDON, ENGLAND – MARCH 23: Rita Ora attends the launch of the JF London x Kyle De’Volle fall/winter 2017 capsule collection sponsored by Ciroc Vodka at W London Leicester Square on March 23, 2017 in London, England.
Pic Credit: Dave Benett
LONDON, ENGLAND – MARCH 23: Kyle De’Volle (L) and Joshua Fenu attend the launch of the JF London x Kyle De’Volle fall/winter 2017 capsule collection sponsored by Ciroc Vodka at W London Leicester Square on March 23, 2017 in London, England.
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LONDON, ENGLAND – MARCH 23: A general view of the atmosphere at the launch of the JF London x Kyle De’Volle fall/winter 2017 capsule collection sponsored by Ciroc Vodka at W London Leicester Square on March 23, 2017 in London, England.
Pic Credit: Dave Benett
LONDON, ENGLAND – MARCH 23: Emma McQuiston, Viscountess of Weymouth, attends the launch of the JF London x Kyle De’Volle fall/winter 2017 capsule collection sponsored by Ciroc Vodka at W London Leicester Square on March 23, 2017 in London, England.
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Faulty Towers The Dining Experience

What: Faulty Towers The Dining Experience
Where: Kingsway Hotel in Covent Garden
Who: A live experience of the classic British television show Fawlty Towers
When: See Performance Schedule way below
Why: Because you’ll laugh until your belly aches, plus you’ll have a very enjoyable meal! 
Fawlty Towers was a hit British television show that ran for only two season, in 1975 and 1979, yet to this day it’s still talked about because of it’s extreme physical comedy that the characters did as part of their roles. The show centered on characters in a fictional hotel in the seaside town of Torquay. First off there is owner Basil Fawlty – a true Englishman – and his wife Sybil, who orders him around but she’s the one who wears the pants in the relationship. And then there is Manuel – a short in stature Spanish waiter who practically speaks no English and gets the instructions from Basil all wrong. If you want to experience the television show live then the Faulty Towers The Dining Experience is for you.
Me and a friend went recently on a Sunday and it was hilarious! Taking place in the dining room at Kingsway Hotel in Covent Garden, the Faulty Towers The Dining Experience is interactive and immersive theatre at it’s best. Of course there is a meal that’s included in the experience, but it’s all about the show that is unravelling (and falling apart) right before your very eyes as you’re tucking into your leek and potato soup – that is if Manuel hasn’t taken it from you.
The show starts immediately when Basil (played by Benedict Holme) tells Manuel (Anthony Clegg as an exact replica to the Manuel played by Andrew Sachs) to take the glasses away, of course Manuel takes people’s glasses off their faces and not the drink glasses! Then Basil tells Manuel to pass out the peanuts, so Manuel literally passes out the peanuts. It’s one thing after another, and once you sit down in the Faulty restaurant it’s only a matter of time until Manual interferes with you – he turns your napkin into a bib, tosses rolls around the room, does somersaults, and spends the entire time misunderstanding and misinterpreting everything Basils says. Lucky for us it’s Sybil (Suzanna Hughes) who manages, a bit, to keep the entire dinner from melting into complete chaos! It’s very physical comedy, but it’s also physical for the attendee because you’re laughing very hard and out loud too! It was the unlucky few who found set of teeth in their soup – gags like this that make the whole thing hilariously fun and funny! No person is spared, and god forbid if you are celebrating a birthday or anniversary – you will get a special gift from Sybil – and boy is it special!  It’s an experience that you will not forget – just don’t mention the war!!! 
It was a treat to be transported back to the 1970’s with being part of Faulty Towers The Dining Experience. The trepidation that you might be picked on was real and you almost expect the soup to end up on your lap? Sybil was so like the television character down to the scary laugh, while Manuel was brilliant and made the whole show so very reminiscent of the television snow. What a great way to spend a two and a half hours – to be part of this experience makes me want to watch the television series now. 
Tickets for the Faulty Towers The Dining Experience can be bought here:
If you have any questions on the show, there is a Frequently Asked Questions on the first page.
The London shows, held in the Torquay Suite Theatre at the Kingsway Hall Hotel in Covent Garden, are held throughout  the year, while there is also a version that tours the UK as well as Australia and the rest of the world. Yes, this is how popular this show is – continuously playing much to the delight of the television show’s fans – it’s the world’s most successful comedy dining show of it’s kind and now it’s time for you to experience yourself too! It’s a live experience by the Fawlty’s that’s very faulty!
Performance Schedule:

Dinner Thursday-Saturday: 7:30pm for 8:00pm
Dinner Sunday: 6:30pm for 7:00pm
Lunch Saturday-Sunday: 1pm for 1:30pm

Dinner Thursday-Saturday: 7:00pm for 7:30pm
Dinner Sunday: 6:00pm for 6:30pm
Lunch Saturday-Sunday: 1pm for 1:30pm

Photos provided by Imagination Workshop
Article by Tim Baros

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