Arts and Crafts

'The Gruffalo' by Tall Stories – Theatre Review

But who is this creature with terrible claws…? Children's Theatre review at The Lyric Theatre, London now to 6th Sept, 2015

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4

SARTRE at the Questors Theatre

“Les mots sont des pistoles chargés” “Words are loaded pistols”.
SARTRE directed by Michael Langridge will be presented as a Staged Reading at the Questors Theatre in Ealing on 1 August.

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0

Rich Mix Youth Takeover Festival, 1st-22nd August

RICH MIX YOUTH TAKEOVER FESTIVAL
Free arts events for people aged 16-25
1st- 22nd August 2015

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0

Cherie Blair launches 10th annual Women of the Future Awards

Women of the Future (“WOF”), the movement recognising and nurturing young female talent in the UK, and Awards Patron Cherie Blair CBE, have launched the Women of the Future Awards 2015. The Awards, whose headline sponsor is Aviva, are open to women aged 35 or under and celebrate rising talent across business, culture, media and more.

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Ugly Duck Creative Projects: APPLICATIONS OPEN

Ugly Duck has an opportunity for individuals or groups to host a weekend-long public project in one of the stunning and unusual buildings they manage in Southwark. They will be choosing between 6 and 10 fantastic projects to take place between September 2015 and February 2016.

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Facing History: Contemporary Portraiture at the V&A, 27 July 2015 – 24 April 2016

This summer the V&A will present Facing History: Contemporary Portraiture, a display of 80 prints and photographs drawn from the V&A’s collection that explores the variety of artists’ responses to the idea of portraiture over the last 20 years. 

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Exhibition: DRESSED BY ANGELS @ Old Truman Brewery from October 2nd 2015

Featuring iconic costumes from the worlds of film, TV and theatre

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Twelfth Night, Space Arts Centre - Review

Twelfth Night is one of Shakespeare's comedies that possesses the traits of others, what with the shipwreck at the beginning of the play, mistaken identities and love triangles aplenty. Pell Mell Theatre have circumvented the traditional ways of setting the play and instead given the production a Victorian vaudevillian feel.

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3

The Wonderful World of Dissocia, Bread & Roses Theatre - Review

One pill makes you larger
And one pill makes you small

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4

Olympia Revival - Music Review

A variety of musicians took to the stage at Shehnai for an evening of the best music from Reading and beyond. Reading Fringe Festival 2015

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