A fresh approach to Yoga
The City of London can be a stressful place; deadlines to be met, reports to be read and presentations to be…uhmm…presented.
Blood pressure levels among city workers must be through the roof. If only there was a way to alleviate a young city professional's stress levels that didn’t involve huge quantities of alcohol or illegal substances; that’s where Blue Cow yoga comes in.
4 th April - 9 th Sept 2012
Damien Hirst at Tate Modern
This will be the first major UK retrospective for "Britain's most famous living artist" bringing together key pieces from his iconic and often highly controversial career.
Highlights include Pharmacy 1992, The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone Living 1991 (pictured above) and In and Out of Love, a two part instillation that has not been shown in its entirety since its creation in 1991.
“The game of Kings”
On the 21st March, London’s O2 arena was the best ticket around for all polo enthusiasts.
Originating in Peru in the 15th century BC, the game of polo was quickly adopted by many countries around the world, with Argentina and Britain being amongst the most popular lovers of the game; our very own Prince Harry is always at the ready, waiting to don his tighty whities and hop on a horse.