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Review: East at King's Head Theatre

East begins with a cacophonous rendition of East End classic, My Old Man Said Follow The Van, with each of the five actors singing at different speeds and in different keys. 564 more words

London Theatre

East end authenticity: faith healers

For many years now in the East End, people such as Professor Essa and Mr Latif have been advertising their services as faith healers by handing out business cards such as the ones above. 108 more words

Eastenders

Biggs & Bengali Heritage

Bengali East End Heritage Society has sent a scathing letter to Mayor Biggs controlled Tower Hamlets and Labour politicians accusing the council of destroying and undermining Bengali heritage and culture in the Borough. 571 more words

East End

Newham Vs Tower Hamlets? Choose...

A spirited campaign to save democracy and true representation by ordinary grassroots Labour Party members with support from Newham Momentum has sprung a new life in lacklustre politics of Newham. 1,604 more words

East End

Hamptons Farms

This article first appeared in the January 3, 2018 issue of The Independent Newspaper

The culinary trend toward farm-to-table experiences continues to make its mark on the East End. 2,104 more words

Long Island

Introducing the Hendrys

The final main branch of my family tree is that of my paternal grandmother’s, the Hendrys.

My grandmother is Freda Margaret Hendry of Stepney, and is one of five children of Albert William Cameron Hendry (1891-1976) and Harriett Emma Crowhurst (1896-1941). 34 more words

London

Introducing the Harrises

The third branch of my family tree is my paternal grandfather’s family, the Harrises.

My grandfather was Harry William Harris of Kensington, and he was one of the 5 children of Walter John Harris (1881-) and Rose Maud Hammond (1890-). 74 more words

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