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CULTURAL INSTITUTIONS ON THE LATEST SALE BUSINESS DIRECTORY CAN HIGHLIGHT THEIR PROMINENT SHOWS IN THE BRONZE CATEGORY VIA INFORMATIVE 300 WORD GUEST BLOG POSTS. LATEST SALE ACCEPTS MUSEUMS, PERFORMANCE VENUES, OPERA HOUSES AND THEATRES. BUSINESS LISTINGS FROM THE CULTURAL INSTITUTIONS BUSINESS DIRECTORY SHOULD HIGHLIGHT EXHIBITIONS FROM MULTIPLE CREATORS.

Latest Sale Week 01062015, Shoes: Pleasure and Pain

Latest Sale continues to report on fabulous finds from the Business Directory. This week we focus on Cultural Institutions, Museums. Starting from the 13th June 2015 until 31st January 2016, the Victoria and Albert Museum (#victoriaandalbert) will exhibit Shoes: Pleasure and Pain (#vamshoes). The exhibition will look at the many elaborate ways shoes have been developed over the years. The exhibit will also feature extreme results that have provided anything but comfort and practicality. The Pleasure and Pain exhibition will present an incredible 200 pairs of shoes ranging from a sandal decorated in pure gold leaf originating from ancient Egypt to some of the most elaborate designs created by contemporary manufacturers. In addition, the exhibition will feature examples of rare, historic and very famous pairs…

Latest Sale Week 20042015, London Transport Museum Uncovered for £10

Latest Sale continues to report on fabulous finds from the Business Directory. This week we focus on Cultural Institutions, Museums. On Saturday 25th and Sunday 26th April 2015, the London Transport Museum will open the doors of its Depot in Acton, giving Londoners and visitors to the capital a sneak peek inside to marvel at the treasures of London’s transportation network from the past to the present. Visitors will be able to take a trip on a miniature railway, take part in a guided bus tour and watch a live demonstration of the Emergency Response Team. Visitors will also be able to enjoy listening to a talk by the Editor of the Londonist about the secret tunnels and abandoned stations of London Underground. Film buffs…

Royal Opera House Ballet Season, la Bayadere, March 25th-28th 2015

Latest Sale continues to report on news from our luxury Business Directory‘s Cultural Institutions’ category. We are just as excited as you are that one of our favourite ballets is returning to London. The Royal Opera House (Linbury Studio Theatre) will stage the ultimate in inspirational performances; Marius Petipa’s 1877 ballet La Bayadère- The Ninth Life, choreographed by Shobana Jeyasingh with music by Gabriel Prokofiev. Shobana Jeyasingh’s dance training began in the South Asian classical dance Bharata Natyam. A creatively driven entrepreneur, Shobana launched her groundbreaking dance company in 1988, with her choreography drifting between the classical art form and many other dance styles. This is a new, vibrant Royal Opera House commission with Shobana Jeyasingh who has been assigned the task of adding her creative flair to…