Bring on 2019, it is looking to be a good year!

By Alice Palmer Brown

Pancake Day

Always a pleasure. A few favourite haunts are - Where The Pancakes Are, My Old Dutch

and Le Merlin Creperie. Oh and it’s on Tuesday 5th March in 2019 - get it in your diary.

Museums at Night - May

From the 15 - 18 May museums, estates and heritage sites across London will be opening

their doors to the public after dark. This is a biannual event (October also), where you can

take torch lit tours, listen to live music or discover exhibitions for the first time after hours.


The line up has yet to be released but whoever’s on the list you know you’ll have an

absolute whale of a time (assuming you’re one of the lucky ones who got a ticket).

Image credit: Glastonbury Festival

Photo London at Somerset House

For three days from 16 May, Photo London takes over Somerset House. Be wowed by the

best contemporary photography from across the world.

Image credit: Photo London

Tate Britain - The EY Exhibition: Van Gogh and Britain

Van Gogh comes to Tate Britain in this major exhibition beginning in March 2019. Over 45 of

his works will be on display alongside British artists such as Francis Bacon and David

Bomberg, who were most influenced by him.

Vincent van Gogh Self Portrait, Autumn 1889 National Gallery of Art (Washington, USA)

Olafur Eliasson at Tate ModernStarting in July and running until the following January Olafur Eliasson returns to the Tate

Modern after much success in 2003. He’ll also be creating a veggie canteen on the Terrace

Bar. Curious?

© Olafur Eliasson. Photo: Jens Ziehe. Boros Collection, Berlin, Germany.


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