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Alden Ehrenreich Officially Cast as Han Solo in Star Wars Spinoff — TIME

Alden Ehrenreich will play a young Han Solo in an upcoming Star Wars spinoff, directors of the franchise said. The Hail, Caesar! actor was cast for the role of the standalone movie after auditioning for six months, he said at Star Wars Celebration Europe at the ExCel Centre in London, according to Deadline. Read more on  TIME

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MCM MAY 2016

Last weekend I attended MCM at the Excel centre down in London with 9 of my closet friends and had one of the most amazing weekends I have ever had. 895 more words

Travel

MCM Comic Con London May 2016

Comic Con, once more. It seems like I’ve out-grown its craziness, because this year I felt more relaxed as I walked through the halls of the Excel Centre –although I still had a few moments in which I wanted to gruesomely murder some people who pushed me, hit me with their tails or poked me with their horns. 1,325 more words

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Hit (the) Baby (Show) One More Time

Today was the first day of The Baby Show at the Excel Centre in London. If you are a gorgeous mama to be or have just had your baby, then this is the place to be to check out some brilliant baby buys, as well as pick up some bargains! 1,101 more words

Breastfeeding

Fitzgibbon Wants Tipperary to Lead Ireland’s Energy Transition

“One simple solution can immediately put money circulating into rural economies: Stop the waste of energy.” This was the key message of our campaign launch on Thursday evening of Tipperary Green Party. 458 more words

Tipperary

Theatrefullstop team up with acclaimed choreographer and dancer Ash Mukherjee to present a Bharatanatyam workshop at this year’s MOVE IT!

MOVE IT 2016 makes a welcome return, as it will yet again showcase the wealth of dance talent prevalent in the UK. The UK’s biggest dance festival, the multi-faceted event allows for revellers to watch a range of dance acts on the main stage, as well as take part in dance classes and performing arts workshops. 8 more words

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Theatrefullstop team up with acclaimed choreographer and dancer Ash Mukherjee to present a Bharatanatyam workshop at this year's MOVE IT!

MOVE IT 2016 makes a welcome return, as it will yet again showcase the wealth of dance talent prevalent in the UK. The UK’s biggest dance festival, the multi-faceted event allows for revellers to watch a range of dance acts on the main stage, as well as take part in dance classes and performing arts workshops. 197 more words

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