At midnight on New Year’s Eve London’s night skies will be a blaze of light and colour with a display of stunning pyrotechnics from the river on London’s famous South Bank.
It’s a truly breath-taking sight set against the capital’s unique skyline, and one that draws crowds of over 500,000 people each year. That makes London’s NYE Fireworks one of the biggest celebrations of its kind in the world.
Tickets are £10 each and are now available. You can book up to four tickets. Don’t miss out on this spectacular event.
Royal Academy of Arts, London – Anselm Kiefer, described as “a colossus of contemporary art”, is currently show his most significant exhibition ever in the UK, spanning his entire 40 year career, unveiling new work created in direct response to the RCA spaces. The body of work includes painting, sculpture and some monumental installations.
Tate Britain– The first exhibition devoted to the extraordinary work J.M.W. Turner created between 1835 and his death in 1851. Bringing together spectacular works from the UK and abroad, this exhibition celebrates Turner’s astonishing creative flowering in these later years when he produced many of his finest pictures, but was also controversial and unjustly misunderstood.
National Portrait Gallery – Turner Prize-winning artist Grayson Perry turns his attention to portraiture and British identity for this display of new works, including a self-portrait and a tapestry, made during his Channel 4 series Who Are You?
Fourteen portraits of individuals, families and groups, including politician Chris Huhne, a young female-to-male transsexual, Northern Ireland Loyalist marchers and X-Factor contestant Rylan Clark, have been inserted into the Gallery’s nineteenth and twentieth century rooms.
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