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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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Cell-u-lar spectacular!

Those with a little bit of time to spare over the summer can indulge themselves in a science extravaganza (or, at least, three special shows) right on our doorstep in Whitechapel. From microbes to molars, cutting-edge trauma surgery to 100-year-old ...

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The original soundtrack works out best

PPL is a Good Thing. It is a non-profit making company which works on behalf of over 90,000 record companies and performers to license recorded music played in public (at pubs, nightclubs, restaurants, shops, offices and many other business types) ...

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Stratford reveals new season

The Theatre Royal Stratford East has announced details of their coming season of shows that will be performed between August and March 2015. The new season highlights the theatre’s longstanding commitment to championing new writing and delivering world-class musical theatre. ...

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See Monty Python at the Rich Mix

On Sunday, 20th July at 7pm the Rich Mix Cinema will screen live from the 02 Arena the final night of the highly reviewed, totally sold out Monty Python reunion tour performed by Michael Palin, Terry Jones, John Cleese, Terry ...

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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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Many stories in the multi-storey

There’s a certain alarm generated by the news that British Airways is sponsoring a rooftop film club situated on the top of Stratford’s multi-storey car park. Is the airline trying to edge out the humble petrol combustion engine vehicle? Is ...

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