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Akshay Kumar gets dizzy as he goes for Global Goals

International film megastar Akshay Kumar is the first Indian personality to get behind the #dizzygoals challenge in support of a major campaign launching next month to make the new Global Goals for Sustainable Development famous. Launched at the United Nations General Assembly ...

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Five reasons to sign up to London’s first The Color Run Night

Emdad Rahman The “Happiest 5k on the Planet” is gearing up for its first ever UK night time event, during which thousands of runners from across the capital will light up the city’s skies in luminous multicolour! The Color Run ...

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Tell me about it!

Here’s a nice little tune for what looks like being anything but a summery end to the summer holidays. “Tell Me” (“Tu Bata”) is a real smoothie: billed as a hip-hop ballad, it’s much hipper than hopping. The disc comes ...

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Fright night with a snigger!

Emdad Rahman takes the London Ghost Bus Tour. The London Ghost Bus Tour is a theatrical sightseeing tour, taking passengers of a grotesque persuasion through a chilling history of London while providing a piece of comedy horror theatre on board ...

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Are you ready for the Phantom?

Audiences are looking forward to the release of Phantom – a political thriller set in the volatile world of South Asia. The story begins when an infiltrator with plans to attack India is caught, and the Head of India’s security ...

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Paws for thought at Hang-Up’s Dog Days

The current exhibition at the Hang Up gallery is now in full swing. “Dog Days: Summer’s Hottest Artists” is running throughout August. It’s a group exhibition showcasing a unique blend of freshly created artworks from 16 of Hang-Up’s leading body ...

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Oh, brother!

Akshay Kumar’s new film Brothers is out on Friday, 14th August – but if you can’t get to see it straight away, you can catch “The Brothers Anthem” online. Sung by Vishal Dadlani, it’s a fast paced song which shows ...

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UAE bans “Bangistan”

Bangistan is a comic tale with a strong underlying message highlighting the futility of violence, religious divisions, cultural prejudice, and promoting the message of peace, religious unity and harmony in society. The satirical film was released on 7th August. Unfortunately, the ...

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Barbican sets out autumn highlights

Even though we live here, Londoners are sometimes less likely to go to some of the capital’s major arts attractions than those who have to make a major journey to get here. Maybe that’s partly because the events are often ...

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Home theatre returns to Stratford

Too tired to drag yourself down to the theatre? Never fear: now you can book up for the theatre to come to you! Home theatre is returning to the Theatre Royal Stratford East after a successful run in 2013. Since ...

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