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Volunteers needed for drama festival

Looking for a career in events management or just fancy helping out on a dynamic festival which attracts an international audience? Tower Hamlets Council is looking for a team of enthusiastic volunteers of all ages to work with the Council’s ...

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New music at the Archivist

The Proud Archivist – a gallery, bar, restaurant, café and events space situated on the Regent’s Canal near Haggerston Overground station – has vowed to liven up your bank holiday with some exciting events. On Saturday, 23rd August, the Riviera ...

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Kids week covers the month ahead

London parents may have a problem explaining to their children why Kids “Week” lasts a month – but never mind, as it will help us all get through yet another summer holiday (and probably with a little fun along the ...

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Akshay reaches milestone at O2

After captivating fans globally with his inimitable stage performances for over two decades, Akshay Kumar will set a new personal best on Saturday, 9th August when he performs on stage for the 500th time. The milestone performance will take place ...

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Hang-up: the Collections

Hang-Up Gallery is delighted to introduce the launch of a new series of exhibitions entitled Hang-Up Collections. Expect to see key works from leading international urban and contemporary artists alongside super-fresh releases and exciting rare finds from the Hang-Up artist ...

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Flying tonight

The Theatre Royal Stratford East has been granted £5,000 to help it clean and repair its trompe l’oeil safety curtain. The grant was awarded to the Theatre Royal by the Theatres Trust, a national body which works to improve theatre ...

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