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Joan Littlewood sculpture to be unveiled on Sunday

The eagerly awaited sculpture of the legendary theatre director Joan Littlewood will be revealed this Sunday, 4th October, after a huge fundraising campaign. International artist Philip Jackson, CVO DL MA FRBS, has been commissioned to create the bronze sculpture, which ...

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The Etienne Sisters

This new play tells the story of a family dealing with the grief of losing their mother. Tree and Ree Etienne are laying their mother to rest when an unwelcome arrival at the graveside intrudes on their grief. It’s Bo, their ...

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Fans: get ready to “freak”!

Twelve years after the smash hit “Dance With You” (Nachna Tere Naal) reached number 12 in the UK Singles Chart, the reunion track that millions of fans across the world have been waiting for is finally here! RnB sensation Jay ...

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Pied Piper wins lots of followers for Serena

Serena Kern has brought out a brand new track, “Pied Piper”, taken from her forthcoming EP Espionage. The half-Swiss half-Indian songstress has enjoyed great success over the past couple of years with her EPs I Lied and My Promise. Serena ...

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That’s Convenience!

The BAFTA Cymru winning film Convenience is released in UK cinemas tomorrow, 2nd October. The British comedy will be out on DVD and on on-demand services on Monday, 5th October. It’s a buddy move, starring Vicky McClure, Adeel Akhtar, Ray ...

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Great walls of fire!

Museum of London to celebrate 350th anniversary of Great Fire of London Three hundred and forty-nine years ago, fire spread through the centre of London causing great destruction – but also clearing acres of land for 17th century redevelopment. Next ...

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October at the Barbican

•Visual Arts The World of Charles and Ray Eames from 21st October, Art Gallery This major new exhibition surveys the careers of Charles (1907-1978) and Ray (1912-1988) Eames, who are among the most important designers of the 20th century. The ...

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An invite to stand and stare

Stand & Stare editions is a new online gallery which launched last month. It concentrates on photography – and its promoters are clearly very enthusiastic about the medium. For those similarly interested in viewing photographs as art, you can browse ...

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Since 9/11…

Amir Hossain. Remember that name. He’s only 15 years of age, but he’s already won a trip to New York for making a short and original film inspired by 9/11. It’s a big topic, and it raises some very big ...

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Hackney meets its history in an Electric Bloom

Fancy a night-time walk around Hackney on 12th September? That’s your chance to join an immersive trail around Hackney, taking in artwork created by residents and professionals at heritage landmarks, with audio stories shared by local residents reflecting Hackney’s past, ...

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