Friday 28 August 1998
An exhibition in the neighboroughing Watts Gallery charts her other artistic endeavours, from Celtic-style carpets to garden pots.
`Mary Seton Watts (1849-1938): unsung heroine of the Art Nouveau' runs until 6 September at the Watts Gallery, Compton, Surrey (01483 810235).
FANTASTICAL designs for the mythical kingdom of King Arthur feature in "Quest for Camelot: movies, myths and the magic sword" (until 18 November) at the Museum of the Moving Image. To celebrate its 10th anniversary, entry is free to the first 2000 visitors on 1 September, provided they utter the magic words "Where Film Comes to Life" at the cash desk.
Museum of the Moving Image, South Bank, London SE1 (0171-928 3232) is open 10-6
Robin Thicke admits he didn't write 'Blurred Lines'music
Review: Cilla, ITV TV
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