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Poetic narrations: more from the Community Literature Festival

As part of the Shanghati Literary Society’s Community Literature Festival 2015, groups of learners of different ages came together to try their hand at writing poems. These poems were produced by a group in a 30 minute workshop.     ...

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More from Shanghati

These poems were written at a workshop which was part of the Shanghati Literary Society Project’s Community Literature Festival 2015. A group of learners of varying ages and abilities met to see what poems they could write in half an hour ...

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Hip Hop festival welcomes Saran Kohli

Sadler’s Wells’ critically acclaimed international festival of hip hop dance theatre, Breakin’ Convention, this year welcomes British Asian choreographer and fashion designer Saran Kohli. Presenting his lauded piece Molecules of a Dream on Sunday, 3rd May at 6pm, Saran will ...

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Shaun, not shorn!

Watch out if you are wondering round the City over the next few weeks as the place has been invaded by static sheep. Mr Shaun, a Shaun in the City sculpture designed by Mr. Men and Little Miss, has arrived ...

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Banksy at Hang Up

The Hang-Up Gallery concentrates on contemporary art and street art, showing work from both established and new artists. There is always a range of art to view (and buy) and special exhibitions. This week’s hot tips from the gallery include ...

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New at Hang Up

The Hang-up Gallery concentrates on contemporary art and street art, showing work from both established and new artists. There is always a range of art to view (and buy) and special exhibitions. This week’s hot tips from the gallery include ...

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Molly Parkin’s Playground

Molly launched her new exhibition at Forman’s Fish Smokehouse Gallery on Saturday, 14th February. This unique exhibition defies verbal description: go to see for yourselves. The exhibition is on display until 21st March and is open on  Thursday and Fridays ...

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How to Write Everything

by David Quantick How To Write Everything is the ultimate writer’s handbook. It tells you about every aspect of writing, from having an idea to getting the idea out into the world and getting paid for it, too. It covers ...

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February at the Barbican (highlights)

February at the Barbican sees the opening of Magnificent Obsessions: The Artist as Collector, a major exhibition that presents the personal collections of artists including Damien Hirst, Edmund de Waal, Peter Blake, Pae White and Andy Warhol. The month also ...

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ENO’s operas are back on screen

The English National Opera (ENO) will once more be beaming performances from its home in the London Coliseum to 350 cinemas across the UK. Tickets are now on sale for the three performances, which are: La Traviata – Wednesday, 15th ...

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