Canaletto and the Art of Venice
Canaletto & the Art of Venice: An Interview with Queen's Gallery Curator Lucy Whitaker

Amongst its array of extraordinary treasures, the Royal Collection contains a dazzling selection of works by Canaletto. To celebrate the new exhibition, we spoke to curator Lucy Whitaker on the eternal appeal of the Italian artist, and her favourite pieces in the show.

07th August 2017

Half a Sixpence
We Talk to Half a Sixpence’s Leading Man, Charlie Stemp

Congratulations on the West End transfer of Half a Sixpence, how does it feel to play your first leading West End role? It feels like a dream. I think it is secretly most performers' dream to be able to say that they were or are a West End lead. I feel very privileged to be

13th October 2016

Womenswear Design
In Conversation with: Head of Reiss Womenswear Design, Louise Palmer

We delve a little deeper into the mind of Louise Palmer, who heads up the Womenswear Design team at Reiss, and find out what inspires her, and what she’s working on now. What inspired you to follow fashion design as a career path? I grew up being inspired by fine art, and clothing has always

16th September 2016

The Hotel Nanny
Meet the Founder of The Hotel Nanny

Having successfully worked as a nanny herself, Angela Roach was inspired to set up The Hotel Nanny, providing the same high level of childcare a nanny offers within the home environment but now within luxury hotels. Working in partnership with our London hotels, this venture focuses on bringing the highest calibre of personal childcare to

25th May 2016

Female Business Travellers
Maiden Voyage: The Network for Female Business Travellers

Inspired by her own solo business trips, Carolyn Pearson founded the Maiden Voyage network in 2008, aiming to bring women travellers on business together with travel advice and hotel recommendations. And now Red Carnation Hotels are among those recommended. We speak to Carolyn about the network she created and how it awakens a passion for

29th March 2016

Interview with Rufus Bird of The Royal Collection Trust

London’s Royal Collection Trust is responsible for the oversight of some of the area’s most stunning and important landmarks, from Buckingham Palace to Windsor Castle. We sat down with Rufus Bird, the Deputy Surveyor of The Queen’s Works of Art, for an informative look at the organisation’s work behind the scenes. Read on for exclusive

16th August 2013

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