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  • 100 Years in London exploring one hundred years of émigré history through its eminent art collection looking to forge future conversations about the relationship between immigration and art Bridget Riley Learning from Seurat 17th September 2015 17th January 2016 The Courtauld Gallery A special display which will bring Seurat s Bridge at Courbevoie with a selection of seven early works by Riley Soaring Flight Peter Lanyon s Gliding Paintings 15th October 2015 17th January 2016 The Courtauld Gallery This major exhibition explores a remarkable and unprecedented series of paintings by Peter Lanyon one of Britain s most important and original Post War artists Lanyon 1918 64 sought to create a new vision of landscape painting for the modern era that could express both sensory experience and a profound understanding of our fragile existence within the world Stables and Lucraft Ulmus Londinium 28th October 2015 5th December 2015 New Wing Ulmus Londinium is an installation exploring the history of the Elm tree in London formerly a common sight few elms now remain in the capital Designed by Stables and Lucraft for The Conservation Foundation s Ulmus Londinium Campaign the installation is built from replica objects which explore the tree s relationship to the city from medieval water pipes to the foundations of London Bridge One and All 4th November 2015 13th December 2015 New Wing One and All is a digital voyage through sight sound and sea by three leading artists Martyn Ware Owen Sheers and Tania Kovats Working across sound poetry and art they mark the powerful connection we all have to our coast Available to experience online Somerset House will host a dramatic staging of these digital artworks that invites visitors to explore our relationship with the sea TINTIN Hergé s Masterpiece 12th November 2015 31st January 2016 Terrace Rooms This winter Somerset House is proud to present TINTIN Hergé s Masterpiece Stepping inside the wonderfully eccentric world of artist author Hergé and Tintin his intrepid young reporter the exhibition will explore the evolution of the artwork of Hergé from the simplicity of early newspaper strips to the genre defining graphic work of the later books Drawing on the archives of the Hergé Museum in Belgium TINTIN Hergé s Masterpiece will feature pencil sketches character drawings and watercolours alongside original artwork from the finished stories Skate at Somerset House with Fortnum Mason 18th November 2015 10th January 2016 The Edmond J Safra Fountain Court Enjoy memorable winter experiences on and off the ice By day skate in the splendour of the stunning Somerset House courtyard or join us after dark when the rink hosts some of the best international clubs and festivals at exclusive Club Nights Après skate treat yourself to a cocktail indulgent Welsh Rarebit or hot chocolate from Fortnum s Lodge or the Skate Lounge Big Bang Data 3rd December 2015 28th February 2016 Embankment Galleries This winter Somerset House will present Big Bang Data the UK s first major exhibition exploring the big data explosion that

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  • Suzanne James
    Neptune Court Ofer Wing Queen s House The Royal Observatory Cutty Sark Foundling Museum Westwoodhill House London Cru Clapham One Library Madame Tussauds Kingsway Hall Alexandra Nurseries The London Dungeon Royal Hospital Chelsea Garden Museum Lady Daphne Cartoon Museum Household Cavalry Museum October Gallery Dulwich Picture Gallery Bankside Gallery Somerset House The Courtauld Gallery Trinity House Greenwich Yacht Club 6 Fitzroy Square Toynbee Hall Fan Museum Trinity Laban Benjamin Franklin House Dr Johnson s House London Transport Museum St Dunstan s College Kingsway Hall Capacities 150 Bar Garden Stage Dinner 150 Reception 150 Licensed for civil ceremonies Yes Kingsway Hall is the perfect location for your wedding reception In the heart of Central London and close to Covent Garden Whether you prefer a small and intimate gathering with close family and friends or a larger event for up to 150 guests our experienced team help you plan your perfect day Kingsway Hall Hotel has ten air conditioned beautifully appointed suites all of which can be arranged to suit your exact requirements The Harlequin Suite is the largest hosting up to 150 in a dinner and dance format whereas Milton and Keats suite seats up to 80 guests for a wedding

    Original URL path: http://www.suzannejames.co.uk/venues/Kingsway-Hall.asp (2016-02-15)
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    experience the tantalising prospect of celebrating your event in a location steeped in history and complete with 21st century ambience Hire can include a private tour of the Abbey for your guests as part of the package Spaces Available The East Cloister is available in the summer months for receptions for 200 people and dinners for up to 80 guests The Cloisters sit adjacent to the Nave of Westminster Abbey and offer spectacular views across the Garth The present Cloisters were begun in the thirteenth century when Henry III s church was being built and they were finished in the late fourteenth century Treat your guests to an atmospheric event in this open space during the warmer months East Cloister only 200 for a drinks reception 80 for dinner East and North Cloister 400 for a drinks reception 160 for dinner East Cloister and Chapter House 320 for a drinks reception The 13th century Chapter House with its medieval tiled floor is one of the largest and most impressive in Britain and is now available to hire for inspiring receptions The vestibule houses the oldest door in Britain dating back to the 1050s The Chapter House was also the place where Parliament met in the 14th century before transferring to the Palace of Westminster The Chapter House can accommodate 120 for a drinks reception Dating back to the 14th century the Cellarium was used by the monks to store their food and drink Today your guests can enjoy a taste of Benedictine hospitality in this medieval undercroft With its stunning vaulted ceiling and warm ambiance the Cellarium is the perfect evening venue 120 for a drinks reception 80 for a dinner cabaret 52 for a dinner banquet The Cellarium Terrace showcases a stunning blend of past and present architecture The

    Original URL path: http://www.suzannejames.co.uk/venues/westminster-eastcloister.asp (2016-02-15)
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  • Greenwich Yacht Club
    Gallery Bankside Gallery Somerset House The Courtauld Gallery Trinity House Greenwich Yacht Club 6 Fitzroy Square Toynbee Hall Fan Museum Trinity Laban Benjamin Franklin House Dr Johnson s House London Transport Museum St Dunstan s College Greenwich Yacht Club SE10 Capacities 100 Bar Yes included Garden Deck area Stage Can be hired Dinner 100 seated Reception 250 standing Licensed for civil ceremonies Yes The Greenwich Yacht Club is London s

    Original URL path: http://www.suzannejames.co.uk/venues/GreenwichYachtClub.asp (2016-02-15)
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  • Toynbee Hall
    Museum October Gallery Dulwich Picture Gallery Bankside Gallery Somerset House The Courtauld Gallery Trinity House Greenwich Yacht Club 6 Fitzroy Square Toynbee Hall Fan Museum Trinity Laban Benjamin Franklin House Dr Johnson s House London Transport Museum St Dunstan s College Toynbee Hall E1 Capacities 230 Bar Yes Garden Yes Stage No Dinner 175 seated Reception 230 Licensed for civil ceremonies Yes Toynbee Hall an elegant Grade II listed building right in the heart of London provides a unique stunning venue for wedding or civil partnership ceremonies and receptions Situated just a few minutes walk from Aldgate East and Aldgate tube stations and the bustle of Liverpool Street Station Toynbee Hall with its quiet rose lined courtyard is a hidden historic gem Built in 1884 as a centre for social reform the work done here has inspired everyone from politicians to religious leaders and artists Gandhi visited Toynbee Hall as did Lenin and Charles Ashbee a contemporary of the renowned artist William Morris who once worked here as a volunteer One of the halls The Ashbee Hall is named after him It s decorated in the Arts and Crafts style that Ashbee helped to make famous This large room and

    Original URL path: http://www.suzannejames.co.uk/venues/ToynbeeHall.asp (2016-02-15)
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  • Asylum - Caroline Gardens Chapel
    Courtauld Gallery Trinity House Greenwich Yacht Club 6 Fitzroy Square Toynbee Hall Fan Museum Trinity Laban Benjamin Franklin House Dr Johnson s House London Transport Museum St Dunstan s College Caroline Gardens Chapel SE15 Capacities 250 Ceremony 150 Dinner Bar Can be hired in Garden Yes Stage Can be hired in Dinner 150 Seated Reception 250 Standing Licensed for civil ceremonies Yes The Asylum Chapel is a grade 2 listed building built in 1826 by the Licensed Victualers Benevolent Institution for use by the residents of Caroline Gardens These residents were made up of retired workers of the alcohol trade Bombed in WWII the present use of the chapel is as a flexible space which can be hired for photographic and film shoots and for exhibitions theatre weddings and funerals The grand entrance has beautiful steps leading up to a portico with columns and tomb like tapered giant doorsideal for wedding day photos The chapel is situated in the middle of a large garden with Georgian alms houses all around it The gardens make a beautiful and peaceful backdrop for a wedding Inside the beautifully distressed walls are extremely photogenic and the large hall area offers many possibilities for set

    Original URL path: http://www.suzannejames.co.uk/venues/Asylum-CarolineGardensChapel.asp (2016-02-15)
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  • Suzanne James
    Hospital Chelsea Garden Museum Lady Daphne Cartoon Museum Household Cavalry Museum October Gallery Dulwich Picture Gallery Bankside Gallery Somerset House The Courtauld Gallery Trinity House Greenwich Yacht Club 6 Fitzroy Square Toynbee Hall Fan Museum Trinity Laban Benjamin Franklin House Dr Johnson s House London Transport Museum St Dunstan s College Bankside Gallery SE1 Capacities 70 for Dinner 200 for Reception Bar Yes Garden No Stage Can be hired Dinner

    Original URL path: http://www.suzannejames.co.uk/venues/bankside.asp (2016-02-15)
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  • Suzanne James
    Ofer Wing Queen s House The Royal Observatory Cutty Sark Foundling Museum Westwoodhill House London Cru Clapham One Library Madame Tussauds Kingsway Hall Alexandra Nurseries The London Dungeon Royal Hospital Chelsea Garden Museum Lady Daphne Cartoon Museum Household Cavalry Museum October Gallery Dulwich Picture Gallery Bankside Gallery Somerset House The Courtauld Gallery Trinity House Greenwich Yacht Club 6 Fitzroy Square Toynbee Hall Fan Museum Trinity Laban Benjamin Franklin House Dr Johnson s House London Transport Museum St Dunstan s College Trinity House Capacities 130 Dinner 180 Reception Bar Can be hired Garden No Stage Possibly Dinner Yes Reception Yes Licensed for civil ceremonies Yes This Grade 1 listed building was designed and constructed at the end of the eighteenth century It stands within the boundaries of the City of London overlooking the Tower of London and the Thames yet it is set apart with the look and feel of an elegant private residence Trinity House offers a unique backdrop for social and corporate occasions elegant interesting tranquil and aesthetically satisfying with the additional advantages of a central location and a very versatile set of rooms Five function rooms The Library The Court Room The Pepys Room Luncheon Room and Reading

    Original URL path: http://www.suzannejames.co.uk/venues/trinity.asp (2016-02-15)
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