Oh no mum, not another museum! The concept of the Crafty Concierge developed out of hearing that phrase once too often, teenagers who don’t want to be dragged around the latest gallery, parents who want to enjoy the exhibition, not to be made an exhibition of.
In light of which the Crafty Concierge facebook page offers a selection of off-the-beaten-track predominantly London activities aimed at the savvy teenager. In-the-know places to go, secret sights and activities, what and where the real Londoners go populate the page.
Designed to be user-friendly for teenagers, encouraging engagement, and equally attractive to adults for adventures around town for them and their children. A dedicated Crafty Concierge will give personal attention to all engagement online and in person. Guests are encouraged to comment on posts of activities they have enjoyed, and to post their own photos and recommendations.
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Andrea Chénier at the Royal Opera House
Don’t miss director’s David McVicar’s new production of Umberto Giordano’s passionate drama of liberty and love in the French revolution. Starring world-renowned tenor, Jonas Kaufmann, and conducted by the inimitable Sir Antonio Pappano in this rarely produced opera.
Lego to the Art of Brick
Book now for The Art of the Brick - one million pieces of lego, seventy-five works of art, all on display in Truman Brewery - mind-blowing!
John Singer Sargent
John Singer Sargent (1856-1925) was the greatest portrait painter of his generation. Acclaimed on both sides of the Atlantic, he was closely connected to many of the other leading artists, writers, actors and musicians of the time.
Can you get out of Clink? - dare you investigate the prison that gave its name to all other jails?