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Yesterday we were lucky enough to enjoy a fantastic tour from the Estorick Collection around their new exhibition on Italian photographer Giorgio Casali. With an expert on hand to show us round we learnt a lot about the iconic photographer – from his playfulness with light and dark, to weight and design.

With a beautiful collection of Casali’s photographs, as well as magazine covers from the famous style magazine Domus, to furniture from the time including a book shaped chair and iconic lamp this exhibition gave a real flavour of 1960s/70s Italy – and the legacy of the style and innovation it left in its wake.

Our group had a brilliant time, enjoying the accessible and friendly tour and viewing the works on display. We even got to soak up some sunshine in the café garden afterwards. A perfect morning.

One attendee said:

I’d often walked past the Estorick Collection museum but had never visited it so I was keen to join the group yesterday.  It was very helpful to have an introduction to the exhibition which helped me to understand the works on display and made the visit interesting and enjoyable.  The café and garden area were pleasant to sit in and  have a coffee.

Casali chairs estorick 1 group at Estorick lamp tea outside


Local people over 55:

Get Together at The Estorick Collection for a FREE exhibition tour

WHEN:       Monday 3rd June – 11am – 12pm

WHERE:    Meet in gallery bookshop at 10.50am
Estorick Collection of Modern
Italian Art
39a Canonbury Square
London N1 2AN

Buses 271 to door; 4, 19, 30, 43 to Upper Street/Canonbury Lane; 38, 56, 73, 341 to Essex and Canonbury Roads

ABOUT:    Join us to hear about the work of Italian photographer Giorgio Casali at The Estorick Collection, with a free tour around the art gallery and talk about his fascinating body of work around architecture, design and Italy.

BOOK:      Call Activities Manager Ellie Shipman on
0207 281 6018 to book your FREE place.

For more information see the link here:


We had a fantastic time at the Arsenal Stadium this week on our tour with Samir Singh. From tea and cake with a view of the stadium, to a tour around the Arsenal Museum to getting to try out the VIP seats, we really we treated to the best!

Thank you Arsenal! 



Thank you to our client Erlinda who took this photo of Pat and Dolly testing out the VIP seats! Comfy!



We were met by Helen, Camley Street’s Education Officer, who gave us an introduction (after an essential cup of tea!) and insight into the history of the park and then lead us on a lovely tour around the reserve.

Nestled between the churning regeneration works in King’s Cross and the Regents Canal Camley Street Nature Park is an oasis of wild greenery – proudly home to some rare bird and plant species.

We wandered at a leisurley pace around several ponds surrounded by fluffy bullrushes and whistling reeds, whilst ducks paddled on the surface and the tweets of the birds miraculoulsy drowned out the industrial cranes in the background.

It was a lovely afternoon and felt like a little holiday out of the city. Join us next time for your escape!

Call Ellie on 0207 281 6018.

sign cs reeds pond cs group pic cs erlinda laughing pic decking cs cat boat Bill at Camley St beans growing





Local gallery the Estorick Collection have offered us a tour of their latest exhibition by Italian artist Giorgio Morandi on Monday 4th February at 11am. Meet there at 10.45am for your culture fix!

Call us for more information or just drop in!

Estorick says:

Giorgio Morandi Lines of Poetry 16 January – 7 April 2013

‘The Estorick Collection inaugurates its fifteenth-anniversary year with an exhibition of some 80 etchings and watercolours by the master of poetic understatement, Giorgio Morandi.

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