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Summit at Shoreditch Town Hall

Before seeing Summit, based on what I knew about the show, I really struggled to describe to my friends what I was going to see. 535 more words

The freedom of going abroad - Carrie Case

They say that going off to college is finding a type of freedom. The freedom away from parents and some rules. It gives a lot of students a new start and the opportunity to reframe their way of thinking. 689 more words

Learn to Play 'Endure' by Ivan Castro

Some pieces for the piano (and other instruments) sound more complex than what they are – once the technique behind them has been polished and the piece has been memorized well, they sound beautiful and more demanding than what they actually are. 76 more words

Educational Work

East London Property Owner successfully challenges fake loan agreement

A couple who owns a property in East London have successfully challenged a caution registered on their property. Mr Al-Sami, self-proclaimed accountant and immigration advisor, previously operating under Al Hisna & Co, claimed that he was owed a sum of £8,800 plus interest accruing since 1998. 664 more words

Civil Litigation

ROA 'Dormant' at StolenSpace

ROA brings his take on urban wildlife to D*Face’s Stolenspace Gallery for his latest show, Dormant.

This show presents his hand painted and distinctive black and white creatures in new light – having previously adorned the city shutters, and building sides around the world and also the four walls of some of the worlds best urban and street art galleries, like 2011’s… 205 more words

Art

Ellie Ramsden interview: "Grime isn't dead"

Originally featured here on tmrw. 

Exploring and explaining the grime scene is Ellie Ramsden. the 23-year-old photographer’s project ‘Too Many Man’ investigates why the grime scene is so mostly male-dominated, told through the eyes of the disproportionate amount of women involved in the scene. 1,013 more words

Culture