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Migrants tell their stories

We are reminded daily of the huge risks migrants take as they make journeys to find freedom, safety or work – and of how often those risks lead to tragedy. Now a new exhibition is reminding us that the migrant ...

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Four finalists in the frame

Perfect Pitch and Theatre Royal Stratford East announced in June that they were working together to present the 2015/16 Perfect Pitch Award for Musical Theatre Writing and have since been overwhelmed with applications. The two organisations, which are offering a ...

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Help ELF the Musical start with a bang!

Tickets are still available for the opening night performance of ELF The Musical at the Dominion Theatre on Thursday 5th November. The show, starring Kimberley Walsh and Ben Forster, will run for ten weeks, with proceeds from the opening night ...

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What a nightmare!

As Halloween approaches, there’s a rush of authors and playwrights and film-makers trying to provide a scary product to suit the season. Hodder and Stoughton, publishers of Stephen King’s new collection of short stories, The Bazaar Of Bad Dreams, commissioned ...

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New at the Proud Archivist

The Proud Archivist (PA) is a multi-purpose venue on the western fringe of East London but very reachable from our area. As well as serving as a café and bar, it also provides a gallery and a venue for music ...

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Anita and Me coming to Stratford

If you haven’t read Meera Syal’s novel or seen the film, where were you? Anita and Me is a delightful story on several fronts. It’s just right for mums (and maybe dads) to read with pre- and early teen children: ...

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