The Military Wives Choirs
Cadogan Hall- 6th October - 18.30 https://cadoganhall.com/whats-on/military-wives-choirs/book/449434/
Judith Blacklock has been running her famous international flower school in Knightsbridge, London for the last 20 years. It is the only accredited flower school in the UK tohave been awarded accreditation by both the British Accreditation Council (BAC) and the American Institute of Floral Designers (AIFD).
The Flower School offers a wide range of courses in a happy and relaxed environment, from one-day courses introducing students to the art of flower arranging, to two-week business courses that will prepare them for a career in floristry. The courses offer teaching at all levels of floral design covering classic and cutting-edge design. Please see Member’s Offer section to book a place onto a course and receive a complimentary book. www.judithblacklock.com.
Goldsmiths’ Fair is recognised internationally as the premier UK showcase for contemporary jewellery and silver. 24th September to 6th October 2019
Organised by the Goldsmiths’ Company, it is a celebration of the best established and emerging British goldsmithing and silversmithing talent – a hub of creativity, design innovation and outstanding craftsmanship.Each year, this unique event draws collectors, design lovers and luxury shoppers to the magnificent Goldsmiths’ Hall where they can browse the latest collections from this handpicked selection of craftsmen and women.
Goldsmiths’ Fair takes place over two weeks – the Fair closes for one day during the two weeks, as the makers exhibiting are changed over. In week one, we show our first 63 makers, and in week two, another 63 makers. See the full list of exhibitors here, and opening times here.
The Autumn Decorative Antiques & Textiles Fair, 1-6 October 2019
The Autumn Decorative Antiques & Textiles Fair returns to Battersea Park London for its third outing of the year, from 1-6 October 2019. With over 160 exhibitors on two floors, the Autumn event is a sell-out. The Decorative Fair is the interior trade’s favourite period design show, with a cornucopia of specialist dealers in decorative antiques and design, twentieth century classics, and accessories, of every era from early Georgian to post-modernism. Works of art are offered dating from antiquity to the contemporary.
The centenary year of the School of Bauhaus provides the theme for the 2019 Autumn Foyer Display, where avant-garde 20th century designs will take centre stage. The School generated a rich variety of artistic movements during its years of productivity, and its’ students experimentations inspired diverse developments in the worlds of architecture, design and new modes of living. All items in the foyer display are drawn from exhibitors and are for sale.
Tuesday, 12pm – 8pm
Wednesday & Thursday, 11am – 8pm
Friday & Saturday, 11am – 7pm
Sunday , 11am – 6pm
£10.00 at the door (catalogue gives re-admission throughout the week), or register at www.decorativefair.com to join the mailing list for free tickets.
Battersea Evolution, Battersea Park, London [the venue has no postcode, for Satnav use SW8 4NW entrance at Chelsea Bridge Gate]. A free shuttle service from outside the Sloane Square Hotel runs four times an hour to and from the Fair during opening hours.
Christmas Carols with Bloodwise
Tuesday, 3 December, 2019 - 20:00
Royal Albert Hall, London
Prices range from £15 to £40
Join Bloodwise for another Christmas extravaganza at the Royal Albert Hall on Tuesday 3 December.
An evening packed full of all your favourite carols, traditional sing-alongs and glamourous star performers to start the festive season off with a bang. Accompanied by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. A night of fun, surprises and Christmas cheer, featuring special performers… Save the date now. https://bloodwise.org.uk/fundraising/events-challenges/christmas-carols-with-bloodwise
Bloodwise is the UK's leading blood cancer research charity. Blood cancer is the fifth most common cancer in the UK. And while huge progress has been made in improving treatment since we started in 1960, it is still the third biggest cause of UK cancer deaths – taking more lives each year than breast or prostate cancer. Even for those who survive, the long-term effects of treatment can be devastating.