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LB24TV team celebrates 2018

Emdad Rahman THE LB24TV team have enjoyed a get together to celebrate the start of the new year 2018. Team members came together as part of a networking event to celebrate and also to promote the online media channel which ...

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Last week of Rapunzel in Stratford

AUDIENCES HAVE been enjoying Rapunzel this year – one of a long list of well received pantos performed at the Theatre Royal, Stratford. It’s a traditional story which has, of course, received the usual Theatre Royal makeover while retaining all ...

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Want a bit of a sing in Hackney?

Hackney Empire Community Choir is back! The Choir began in 2010 – launched by former BBC Last Choir Standing judge Sharon D Clarke, in partnership with former East London Gospel Choir music and choir director Joseph Roberts. The choir has ...

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Voice lays out plans for 2018

THE JANUARY edition of The Voice, online newsletter of the East London Garden Society (ELGS), is out now – beginning the New Year by renewing its pledge to try to organise a Londonwide gardening show. London is one of the ...

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Anita Rani on women in TV

As a successful TV presenter, do you ever feel a pressure to dress in a particular way? Female TV presenters always feel under pressure to dress or think about clothes in ways our male colleagues don’t have to. I’m always ...

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Bingo! A story well told

Abdullah Raj IN THE YEAR when Ste­phen King’s It came out, I was a bit apprehensive about going to wa­tch another film abo­ut a clown. One clown is too many for a year. However, I went into the classy Charlotte ...

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You shall go to the Ball!

THE MOST magical of pantomimes is coming to the Hackney Empire this winter – with booking already open and shows starting on 18th November. The Hackney team has turned its attention to this classic rags to riches tale and developed ...

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You couldn’t make it up

Emdad Rahman reviews Fake News: Strange historical facts reimagined in the world of Donald Trump. IN A NUTSHELL, this book is lampooning of Olympic Gold standards by witty, Newham-based Author David Hutter. The digest by the 38 year old begins ...

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