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Going back in time – Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre

Based on the South Bank a few paces from the Tate Modern I am ashamed to say I had never been to Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre. Taking advantage of the wonderful weather I was fortunate enough to obtain tickets for Othello … Continue reading

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May Bank Holiday Little Venice Cavalcade

  A great way to spend the three days of the May Bank Holiday weekend is by wandering along the waterways of Little Venice as the Inland Waterways Association organises their annual gathering of canal boats. Starting on Saturday from … Continue reading

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A Play to Make You think – The Mother extended to March 12

Gina McKee is brilliant as The Mother in Florian Zeller’s play at the Tricycle Theatre in Kilburn. Translated from the original by Christopher Hampton, the Mother follows on from the successful production of The Father, also written by Zeller. The … Continue reading

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Hit Film Walking on Sunshine

Walking on Sunshine It’s always great to watch a film that makes you happy. Walking on Sunshine that opens in cinemas on June 27th is just that. Think Mamma Mia except that the story is set in Puglia, Italy and … Continue reading

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ZSL London Zoo – A Summer Attraction

Summer Entertainment at ZSL London Zoo It’s the summer holidays and if you are in London with children of any age, one of the city’s delights is ZSL London Zoo. Located in Regent’s Park, the zoo is bigger than it … Continue reading

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London Firebird Orchestra 2012-13 Season

Attended a concert this month by the London Firebird Orchestra who support fine young musicians in London. The programme performed in the atmospheric St. George’s Church in Hanover Square included easy to listen to classics from composers Mendelssohn, Bruch and Dvorak. … Continue reading

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