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Recent articles

Gender (In)equality: Women losing jobs twice as fast as men

This is an article from Celebrity Angels.com from 2010

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Life: Meaning Us - a play by Melanie Hunter

Showing as part of the DYS-PLA FESTIVAL from the 1st to the 6th November 2011 at the Theatro Technis, Camden.

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What the Butler Saw - intimate gig, big names in Reading

Sat 22 October 2011 7pm - 1am @ The Butler in Reading. Big names at this intimate gig include Turner prize winning artist Martin Creed.

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Legally Blonde the musical - is on tour!

Legally Blonde The Musical at the New Alexandra Theatre, Birmingham
4 – 15 October 2011

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The Darling Collective

New lifestyle site supporting quality, local businesses in London

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Nataylia Roni advises how to get ahead in TV presenting

BAFTA award winning children's TV presenter Nataylia Roni shares the benefit of her experiences.

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Windsor Fringe Festival 2011 - launches Friday 23rd Sept 2011

The Windsor Fringe runs from Friday Sept 23rd - Sunday Oct 9th 2011
http://www.windsorfringe.co.uk

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The Magdalene Sisters - Film review by Bianca Lorena

A true story of four young Irish women growing up in a Magdalene asylum in 1960’s Ireland.

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Gill Smith - OCD: The Singing Obsessive - Edinburgh Free Fringe

18:05 - 19:05, till 28th August 2011 Laughing Horse @ The Three Sisters, Edinburgh Festival Fringe

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