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4 HARD ROCK CAFE LONDON CELEBRATES 47th BIRTHDAY It all started with two music-loving Americans who just wanted to find a good burger while living in London. Hard Rock’s founders had a vision to combine music, memorabilia and delicious all-American fare for a one-ofa-kind guest experience. On June 14, 1971, they opened their own American style diner in an old Rolls Royce dealership and called it Hard Rock Cafe. The London cafe remains on this site to this day and will be celebrating their 47th birthday on Thursday June 14, when the cafe will pay homage to 1971 with an Original Legendary® Burger offer for just 71 pence per guest on a first-come, first-served basis from 11.00 to 12.00. Hard Rock Cafe’s Original Legendary® Burger features a beef patty topped with smoked bacon, cheddar cheese, a golden fried onion ring, crisp lettuce and vine ripened tomato, served on a toasted brioche bun with Hard Rock’s seasoned fries. Just like the artists whose memorabilia lines the walls at Hard Rock Cafes around the world, the burgers that Hard Rock serves are nothing short of ‘Legendary’. All burgers are made with the highest quality meats, fresh toppings, savory sauces and rich, melted cheeses. In addition to 71 pence burgers, Hard Rock Cafe London’s staff will be dressing up 70’s style. Guests are also encouraged to wear disco era clothes and join in the festivities! THE ROYAL ACADEMY’S 250th ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATIONS The Royal Academy of Arts and London’s West End are celebrating 250 Years of Art with Academician designed street flags by four internationally renowned artists, which sees art spill out onto the streets of London’s West End for the very first time. Available for the public to enjoy through June and July, an installation of over 200 flags will be displayed throughout Bond Street, Piccadilly, Regent Street, and Regent Street St James’s. The project will enable Londoners and visitors alike to experience new ways of encountering art and architecture in the heart of one of the world’s great creative cities. The West End partnership will see the streets of London transformed with individual and bespoke flag designs. Regent Street will be home to 100 of these flags, designed by renowned Pop-artist Joe Tilson RA, whose flags take inspiration from the historical architecture and churches of Venice, a theme he has been exploring for the past ten years and echoed in the architecture of Regent Street. Taking over Piccadilly are Grayson Perry RA’s 30 flags. The artist explained that he wanted his designs to ‘be like a series of doodles and sketches that just came about spontaneously’. The main influence of his style is from Asafo flags traditionally made by the Fante people of West Africa. Tim Marlow, Artistic Director, Royal Academy of Arts, said: ‘What a wonderful opportunity for four great Royal Academicians to be allowed to stage an epic intervention above the hallowed streets of London’s West End. This will therefore be the most expansive Summer Exhibition in our 250-year history.’ Grayson Perry flags in Piccadilly. t h i s i s l o n d o n m a g a z i n e • t h i s i s l o n d o n o n l i n e

Gareth Edwards, 'Birth of a New Day Sunrise', oil on canvas 100 x 110cm, 2018 Gareth Edwards, 'Shifting Brilliances', oil on canvas 100 x 110cm, 2018

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