20s - 4/14 - The Vintage Guide To London
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Join Robert Webb as the effervescent, aristocratic fool Bertie Wooster and Mark Heap as his dutiful valet, Jeeves in the world premiere of the new stage play Jeeves & Wooster in ‘Perfect Nonsense’ featuring P.G. Wodehouse’s iconic double act.
Ever wanted to know why George ‘Beau’ Brummell became so famous? Or where Mr Fish popularised the kipper tie? Or the sartorial connection between Jan 30th 1969 and Feb 14 1969? Or why St James’s became associated with gentlemen’s outfitters in the first place? Or how the election of a Labour Government in 1945 lead to Teddy Boys? Or how the Marshall Street baths played a significant role in how today’s high street looks?
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Win a pair of tickets to watch silent movie The Kid, which follows Charlie Chaplin’s most loved character – the bumbling but good hearted tramp with his iconic baggy trousers, ovesized shoes and bushy moustache – as he finds an abandoned baby and tells of their misadventures, living in the slums of the Twenties.
Spitalfields Market opened its gates on a Saturday for the first time in 200 years last year, launching a regular monthly vintage fair there.
Restored by the BFI National Archive and featuring Neil Brand’s new orchestral score, Anthony Asquith’s silent masterpiece Underground (1928) is coming to DVD and Blu-Ray for the first time.