Wednesday 8 May 7.15pm
Book now for the British Design and Art Direction lecture Living Yesterday Tomorrow by
Malcolm McLaren. McLaren will talk of his 18-year-old partnership with Vivienne Westwood, his fashion shows in the Eighties, the management of the Sex Pistols and Adam Ant and his collaboration with Tony Kaye to produce music for commercials.
Venue: Royal Geographical Society, Kensington Gore, London SW7.
Details: 0171-582 6487.
Thursday 9 May
Architecture Tomorrow starts today. It includes the Design for Living exhibition showing architects’ homes from past and present, drawings of tomorrow’s buildings, millennium projects and seminars. Until 11 May.
Venue: Business Design Centre, Upper Street, London N1.
Details: 0171-505 6759.
Wednesday 15 May 6.30pm
It’s time for another Evening Standard debate. Tonight’s speakers include Steven Norris, Minister for Transport, and representatives of Transport 2000, who will discuss the issues of air quality and safety as a result of the overuse of the car in the city.
Venue: Westminster Central Hall, Storey’s Gate, London SW1.
Details: 0171-332 3770.