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Grassroots Shakespeare tops the O2

Easter is usually associated with birth and awakening, and 2016 is actually the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death – so his plays have all been with us slightly longer than 400 years. Nonetheless, the O2 (formerly the Millennium Dome) is ...

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Asian films premiere in Tower Hamlets

Two exciting Asian films are having their UK premieres in Tower Hamlets next week as part of the 18th Asian Film Festival. Chauranga (Four Colours), pictured above, is the debut feature from critic turned director Bikas Ranjan Mishra, takes its inspiration ...

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Bhangra comes to Britain

Fans who can’t wait for the release of Born To Be King can console themselves with a burst of Bhangra Beat in the shape of the first release from the film’s soundtrack. Ase Ta King Ya will sweep you to ...

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Airlift takes off!

It was a busy time last month for Akshay Kumar as he prepared for the release of his new film, the edge-of-the-seat thriller Airlift, on 22nd January. Airlift tells the story of the largest human evacuation in history, during which ...

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February highlights at the Barbican

It’s a Jazz Bonanza down at the Barbican next month, as the world-renowned Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis (JLCO) returns for their fourth International Associate residency. The residency includes three special features: saxophonist Wayne Shorter in concert; a ...

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