From “My Girl” to “What’s Going On”, Motown hits come alive on the London stage in a West End musical looking at the life of the record label’s founder Berry Gordy. 239 more words
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Dame Jacqueline Wilson talks to us ahead of Bourne Hall meet and greet and Hetty Feather returning to Kingston’s Rose Theatre.
By Dominic Virgo/ Monday 25th January 2016… 604 more words
Landscape Interface Studio, Kingston University and ARUP’s Landscape Architecture team recently collaborated on an innovative shared project, ‘Cities Alive Workshop’, devised to trial interdisciplinary graduate and practitioner outdoor learning in the context of… 627 more words
Both urban sites – Limehouse Cut and Oxford Street – approximately 1.5 kms straight lines of London’s infrastructure – canal and road way. One, a straight, broad strip of neglected industrial canal in the East End of London located in one of the most deprived areas of the UK, the other Europe’s busiest shopping street, with around half a million daily visitors and with heavy competition between foot and bus traffic it is the main east-west bus corridor through Central London… 547 more words