The May 2016 edition of What’s On Magazine features an exclusive with Brian May.
Brian is passionate about stereo photography, a Victorian fad in which two flat images
are fused in a special viewer to produce a scene in 3D.
His new book ‘Crinoline: Fashion’s Most Magnificent Disaster’, which is out now,
is accompanied by his patent 3D viewer called the OWL.
It allows readers to see the Victorian-era illustrations included in the book in another dimension.
What’s On Magazine April 2016 edition features an exclusive interview with Lisa Maxwell.
Lisa is an actress, best known for her role as DCI Sam Nixon in ITV’s Bafta-winning The Bill, and as a panelist on ITV’s Loose Women.
She is now playing the role of Judy Garland in Peter Quilter’s ‘End Of The Rainbow’
Tuesday 29 March – Saturday 2 April 2016 – BRIGHTON Theatre Royal
Tuesday 24 – Saturday 28 May 2016 – RICHMOND THEATRE
What’s On Magazine March 2016 edition features an exclusive interview with Saba Douglas-Hamilton
Saba is a Kenyan conservationist, BBC TV presenter and wildlife-filmmaker.
She lives in Kenya with her husband, Frank Pope, and their three young children, and currently runs the family’s luxury tented eco-lodge, Elephant Watch Camp.
A 10 part BBC series – This Wild Life – was recently shown about their lives in Samburu.
In April she will be travelling to the UK to present her ‘A Life with Elephants UK Tour’
You can see Saba on…..
12th April Camberley Theatre, Camberley 01276 707600 www.camberleytheatre.biz
20th April at The Assembly Hall Theatre, Tunbridge Wells. Box Office 01892 530613
3rd May at London RGS Ondaatje Theatre & Map Room 020 7609 1800
Lulu will be touring in the What’s On Magazine area soon…
For a full list of venues, see www.luluofficial.com
Thursday March 3rd Cliffs Pavilion, Southend
Friday March 4th G Live, Guildford
Monday March 28th Orchard Theatre, Dartford
Monday April 18th Assembly Hall Theatre, Tunbridge Wells
Philip Treacy has become the world’s most in demand hat designer.
His hats are as popular with European aristocrats as with Hollywood royalty. Widely credited for changing the perception of the hat, he designs hats to flatter and enhance the wearer.
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