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Have fish had their chips?

There’s several ways to look at fish – in books, in films and even on your plate – but here’s a new treatment for our watery companions. Subnature is a new exhibition, opening next week, at University College London, and ...

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Celebrating the silver screen

This year is the 25th anniversary of the partnership between BP and the Royal Opera House which has beamed live ballet and opera to half a million people in towns and cities across the UK. It began with various small ...

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All ears for Years & Years

“Seeing Years & Years live last year was probably the best surprise of 2013. Young Olly Alexander has the holy fire in his hands: a soulful voice with a crazy R’n’B vibe, which enables him to be simultaneously emotional and ...

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Infidel about to hit Stratford

Tickets have just gone on sale today for a new, musical version of David Baddiel’s hit comedy movie The Infidel, which Baddiel has himself adapted for the theatre. The production has been made possible by the success of a Kickstarter ...

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Sirens is next at Hang Up

From 2nd May, Hang-Up Gallery is hosting Sirens, a romantically decorative exhibition from Hackney based artist Rosie Emerson. Sirens will showcase a stunning new body of work, which experimentally combines print, photography, collage and film to portray Emerson’s mysterious goddesses ...

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Boris holds buskers comp

Boris is doing a great deal to make life worse for young Londoners, but here is one small way in which he is trying to make amends. Gigs is a music festival which is open to London-based musician aged 11-25. ...

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Book now for Ballet for Kids

“Dance” and “theatre” are adult concepts, used to distinguish strictly between two different forms of self-expression. C-12 Dance Theatre entwines both dance and theatre disciplines to deliver an innovative and emotional blend of physical dance performance with a theatrical narrative. ...

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