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Competition: win tickets to see Robin Hood at the Barbican

It’s a stellar year for silent film screenings in London, big and small, but there is one particular show I have been looking forward to for months … 260 more words

Silent Film

London: Cardinal presents Celebrating Young People Awards at Barbican Thursday, July 21, 2016 11:45 am.

Outstanding social action by young people was recognised at the second Celebrating Young People Awards presented in a glittering ceremony at the Barbican Centre.

The awards are the initiative of Catholic Charity Million Minutes and delivered in partnership with St Mary’s University, Twickenham. 1,253 more words


My Feminine Ways

When you write a song in English, the right word can be a close neighbour to the ‘not-quite-right’ word.

Why did Ragnar Kjartansson choose ‘ 336 more words

Sing Better English

Ragnar Kjartansson at the Barbican

In the exhibition text for one of Ragnar Kjartansson’s more recent works, Scenes from Western Culture (2015), the Icelandic performance artist describes the first time he felt what he calls “Western Culture Claustrophobia”. 1,313 more words


Standard Chartered Great City Race - London

When: Thursday 14th July 2016, 19:15

Where: Central London, starting at Honourable Artillery Cavalry

This was my first Great City Race and it probably wasn’t the best of introductions. 751 more words

Walthamstow Garden Party 2016

I have sunstroke, well maybe not sunstroke but I’m definitely ill, possibly ill, not ill, I’m hungover. I don’t have a banging hangover, not one of those that makes you bury your head under a pillow and wait for the rapture to come and take the pain away. 1,029 more words


Don't Just Sit and Listen.

I had a phone conversation with my dad last Sunday, I was feeling very low, small and useless. Distressed by my lack of ability to change things and an overwhelming sense of powerlessness in the face of our shifting political landscape here in the UK. 715 more words