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Cockney Heritage Festival gets underway

The first Tower Hamlets Cockney Heritage Festival starts this week with a launch event on 18th July. Events continue for a full week, with walks, exhibitions, films, talks, discussions and special events. The full programme can be downloaded from: http://www.ideastore.co.uk/.

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Last call for Korv med brod!

There’s just a week left to enjoy a Nordic night out at the Rekorderlig Midsummer House in Victoria Park. Visitors can enjoy spcial Rekorderlig cocktails in a cool Scandanavian setting, including an outdoor area overlooking the lake. Also on offer ...

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Film of the week

  World War Z With all the trouble there has been in the lead up to the release of this film, you might be worried that you wouldn’t enjoy WWZ. Fortunately it is actually an enjoyable viewing experience – although ...

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A life “up in lights”

Up in Lights, co-written by Spitalfields resident Clive Murphy, has just been published as a Pan paperback, at the reasonable price of £7.99. The book tells the story of Marjorie Graham, who was born in Edinburgh in 1904. What makes ...

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Along the Silk Road

It’s not often ELN publicises an arts event happening as far away as N12: we hardly ever publicise anything without an E number. But the pictures accompanying the press release advertising this dance/music production of Along the Silk Road – ...

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Films of the week

The Fast & The Furious 6 Agent Luke Hobbs enlists Dominic Toretto and his team to bring down former Special Ops soldier Owen Shaw, leader of a unit specializing in vehicular warfare.       The Great Gatsby in 3D ...

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New kiosk at Mile End Park

Mickey and Minnie Mouse enjoyed a fun day out at Mile End Park during the Easter holidays. They came on family day at the Children’s Play Park in Locksley Street and made sure all the children joined in the activities ...

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Hop along: London’s brewing!

The London Brewers’ Alliance is celebrating London’s brewing talent with a branch new festival – to be held in our own London Fields at the start of May. Brewing has been taking off in the capital in recent years, prompting ...

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Films of the week

Identity Thief Mild-mannered businessman Sandy Patterson travels from Denver to Miami to confront the deceptively harmless-looking woman who has been living it up after stealing Sandy’s identity.   GI Joe: Retaliation The G.I. Joes are not only fighting their mortal ...

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