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The fit out of the first floor studios is now complete, both on time and with very little fuss. There has been an overwhelming interest so far with some very exciting new clients already signed up, and a number of studios under offer. We have had interest from all sides of the Creative Industries, from Fashion and Music, to Design and the Visual Arts.

We still have a few remaining studios, starting at a spacious 280sqft up to an inspiring 1400sqft. If you wish to be a part of the most exciting new building for Creative Industries in London and would like more information, please contact us on 020 7221 0100 or studio@greatwesternstudios.com

The first public event to be held at the new Great Western Studios was a resounding success. The launch of Creative Futures, a collaboration between forward thinking organisations in association with Paddington Development Trust was held in the project space and internal court yard on March 4th. London-based creative individuals and businesses were offered 12 hours free business support, there were 1-2-1 sales and marketing clinics run by Alasdair Inglis, MD of Grow and there were lots of fun, involving games, networking and 'A Talkaoke'.




The new Oyster and Champagne bar in Selfridges Food Hall is being designed by Dan Hopwood. Selfridges are very keen to work with Dan and if early images are anything to go by Dan's unique style and attention to detail will not disappoint.


Darren Almond is opening a solo show at PKM Trinity Gallery, Seoul, Korea on March 18th. The show will go on until April 16th and will premier the new film the Marathon Monks of Mt. Hiei.


Fiona Campbell has recently been appointed official photographer to the Company of Pikemen & Musketeers of the Honourable Artillery Company and is producing a book for The Queen on their behalf to be presented in May. Also, Fiona's images from the 2009 Brecon Jazz Festival have gone on permanent display at the National Waterfront Museum in Swansea.


Pip Hackett is taking part in the exhibition Head over Heals at the New Brewery Arts in Cirencester, Gloucestershire, showing until April 18th. Pip's hats are an exceptional addition to the exhibition which celebrates contemporary headwear and footwear that add drama to ceremonies and make statements about who we are as individuals.


Kathrine Campbell Pedersen was selected in the Black Swan Arts Open Arts Competition and will show her work at the exhibition. A wide range of art, including painting, ceramics, sculpture and textile will be shown between March 20th and May 1st at the Black Swan Arts in Frome, Somerset.


The launch of Everybody Was a Baby Once, written by Allan Ahlberg and illustrated by Bruce Ingman was on March 9th at the Illustration Cupboard Gallery, SW1. The original artwork is exhibited until tomorrow 16th March so you had better hurry if you haven't seen it yet.


Another of Julie Goldsmith's magical creatures are on display this month. A little rabbit sculpture is part of an Alice in Wonderland inspired window in the children's clothes shop Their Nibs in Kensington Park Road, W11.


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