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Hang-Up at Xmas

To celebrate the festive season, the Hang-Up Gallery is showcasing a collection of new, rare and/or previously unseen artworks from the Hang-Up artist roster. As a nod to the spirit of the festive season all works featured in the show will ...

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Hang-up: the Collections

Hang-Up Gallery is delighted to introduce the launch of a new series of exhibitions entitled Hang-Up Collections. Expect to see key works from leading international urban and contemporary artists alongside super-fresh releases and exciting rare finds from the Hang-Up artist ...

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Flying tonight

The Theatre Royal Stratford East has been granted £5,000 to help it clean and repair its trompe l’oeil safety curtain. The grant was awarded to the Theatre Royal by the Theatres Trust, a national body which works to improve theatre ...

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Looking back with local artist Dan Jones

A retrospective exhibition of artist Dan Jones’s work spanning more than 40 years has opened at Tower Hamlets Local History Library and Archives. The exhibition features over 50 of Dan’s paintings and posters reflecting East End life and history, with ...

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#100aires Art Exhibition

Microsoft Mobile reinvent the rules of retail shopping by launching a pop up store with a difference. A selection of young creative’s will be displaying their works for art lovers to purchase but only with the use of social currency ...

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Going for Globe this summer

There’s a host of events at the Globe Theatre this summer to keep the whole family entertained. For too many of us, the term “Shakespeare” conjures up memories of dusty text books with lines of verse which, though it seemed ...

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Hanging out in the maternity unit

Cornelia Baltes is hanging out in the maternity unit of the Royal London Hospital: not because she is lingering over performing the usual event the unit’s visitors expect to perform, but because she is the artist who has created new ...

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Dahlgreen design delights dentists

Local artists are excited to see new artwork filling the white space on the walls of the new dental hospital. Swedish artist Jacob Dahlgren has produced Constructing a New World to display at the site. The work was commissioned by ...

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Best foot forward!

Emdad Rahman reviews Where shall we walk today? Walking the Pennine Way, by Dave Marriott. As an avid walker I particularly enjoyed reading Dave Marriott’s excellent book recently. Fifty-two year old Dave grew up in the 1960s in a Derbyshire ...

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