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TheBookClub

PLEASE NOTE THAT DUE TO CIRCUMSTANCES BEYOND THEIR CONTROL, THE ORGANISERS HAVE HAD TO CANCEL THE BUNNY RAVE. THE BOOK CLUB WILL BE OPEN AS USUAL OVER EASTER. Perhaps your Easter Sunday, on 20th April, will start with a breakfast ...

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Britten 100 closes with Pagodas

The year now coming to a close marks the centenary of Benjamin Britten’s birth – but the centenary celebrations of this British composer’s life will not close until next spring. One of the highlights of the commemorative musical events will ...

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One Field; Two Days

The Field Day Festival takes place in Victoria Park, and in 2014 there will be two days of musical delights – on 7th and 8th June. The line-up for Saturday has already been announced. Happy festival goers will be able ...

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Parallelograms marked the way forward

In 1970, Linda Perhacs was a Californian dentist – and a psychedelic folk artist. Linda’s album “Parallelograms” came out that year, and initially no one really noticed. But eventually it was discovered, and it was re-issued in 2005 and 2008 ...

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Blogroll for the mature reader…

You’re never short of a blog these days, are you? And it’s not just the younger web-user who is catered for. Gransnet has been going for just over two years, and it’s really developed and come into its own in ...

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Oxfam gigs fight poverty

Oxfam’s seventh annual “Oxjam” music festival takes place throughout next month – with warm-up gigs taking place in the last days of September. The main events in October will be run by volunteers: over 6,000 of them, working in over ...

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Halal excels at Excel

The Halal Food Festival is coming to East London. It styles itself the UK’s first festival to celebrate halal food, and claims to be the largest event of its kind in the world. It will be at the Excel Centre ...

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Keep cool with Exodus!

ELN doesn’t usually promote products or services unless they are clearly marked as advertising (though we get lots of emails from companies expecting free advertising). However, when travel firm Exodus told us they had launched their winter catalogue, we thought ...

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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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