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I, Daniel Blake: a must see film

Films are part of the entertainment industry – but they can also change lives. So it was in 1966 when Cathy Come Home, a BBC TV play directed by Ken Loach, exposed the ruthlessness of private landlords and how easy ...

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Fans For Diversity photos come to Oxford House

Emdad Rahman Oxford House in Bethnal Green played host to the launch of a new Fans For Diversity campaign photography exhibition. Fans For Diversity: L’Internationale showcases the work of freelance photographer Liam Aylott, who spent the duration of Euro 2016 following ...

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Glasgow Girls rewrites the asylum story

Emdad Rahman interviews Glasgow Girls director Cora Bissett. Glasgow Girls is a life-affirming, song-filled Scottish drama based on the true story of seven teenagers whose lives change forever when their school friend and her asylum-seeking family are forcibly taken from ...

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Apply now to Emerge in November

The fifth Emerge Festival will take place from 8th to 19th November – and applications are now open for choreographers and practitioners who want to take part. Applicants are being urged to get their applications in as soon as possible ...

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Run! Field Day’s coming!

Field Day – Tower Hamlets’ answer to Glastonbury – takes place in Victoria Park on Saturday 11th and Sunday 12th June, and the last few tickets are now on sale. Saturday’s headliner is James Blake, who was recently featured on ...

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Cemetery Park Summer Fair is here!

Saturday, 4th June offers young and the young-at-heart a great afternoon out at the Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park. The Friends of Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park are holding their annual Summer Fair from 12 noon until 5pm. There will be the ...

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