Author Archive | Lettie McKie

Rise Gallery – Invasion and Metamorphosis

Rise Gallery in Croydon has gained well-deserved attention for its work with emerging artists and an impressive programme of international exhibitions. Hailed by Londonist as ‘The Man who invented Croydon’s Art Quarter’  owner Kevin Zuchowski-Morrison opened Rise in 2014. The Gallery boasts Damien Hirst and Banksy amongst its previous exhibitors and has done much to […]

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Street Art, Fine Art

Street Art is a phrase synonymous with 70s New York and more recently East London. Shoreditch in particular has seen an explosion of colour in every corner over the last few years, the vibrant street art scene playing a huge part in the transition of the area into one of the most creative, exciting and […]

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Theatre Review: Buckets @ The Orange Tree

Buckets by Adam Barnard: The Orange Tree Theatre (Richmond) Directed by: Rania Jamaily Running until: 27th June For those who know and love it The Orange Tree in Richmond is SW’s best kept theatrical secret. Established in 1971 above a pub it has been operating since the 90s in its current home, purpose built in […]

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#BAC Phoenix

Battersea Arts Centre Recovers On the afternoon of Friday 13th March a devastating fire ripped through Battersea Arts Centre.  The blaze started in the Grand Hall which was completely destroyed but thankfully all staff and visitors were evacuated safely. The Lower Hall at the back of the building was also affected as were surrounding spaces […]

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