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Stormy weather? It’s only Rock’n’Roll…

A new exhibition has opened by commercial designer Storm Thorgerson.

Name doesn’t ring a bell? You may recognise his work though – he created the cover art for Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of The Moon album, as well as a ton of other bands including Muse and Led Zeppelin.

The FREE exhibition is being held at Idea Generation, in East London, and runs until May 2.

Mon-Fri: 12pm-6pm

Sat/Sun: 12pm-5pm

First Thursday of the month: 12pm-8pm

Easter Monday: 12pm-5pm

Nearest Tube: Liverpool St/Old St

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Last chance for Ice Skating!

Happy New Year to you all, hope you had a great  holiday.

If you’re missing the festive spirit already, this week is the last chance to head down to the Natural History Museum and have a go at ice skating.

The rink is open 10am-10pm Monday to Friday and closes on Sunday, January 17th.  Weekend opening times are 8:45am – 10pm.

Adult tickets are £13, concessions £10.5o (off-peak only).  For more information click here.

The entrance to the museum showcases some of the brilliant architecture

While you’re there…

Why not check out the museum itself, which is free to look around (apart from some of the exhibitions – click here for more information)

On permanent display are dinosaurs, the history of the planet and mammals, amongst (lots of) other things.  The architecture of the fabulous building is worth looking at in itself.

Definitely a cheap way to spend time indoors during the cold snap.

Nearest Tube: South Kensington (District, Circle and Picadilly Lines)

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