Until Sat Oct 13 2012
© Tony Heywood and Alison Condie
Not yet rated
Time Out says
Wed Oct 3 2012
Do show gardens from the RHS Chelsea Flower Show live on once the festival ends? This one does. Originally conceived as 'Glamourlands', a landscape of excess created from gold carbon and jewel encrusted forms by Tony Heywood and Alison Condie, the garden here becomes 'The Majesty', a reconfiguration that sees it become 'a subterranean fungal landscape of the sublime', with additional sculptural elements by the horticultural installation artists and digital animation sequences by Unanico Group to suit its new, underground setting. There are just two dates for this show. Entry is free and no ticket is required.