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Barbican, England Newswire

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  1. Free And Cheap London Events This Week: 17-23 December 2018Read the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | Londonist

    LONDON LIFE: Last chance to see this exhibition of oils, watercolours and drawings by artist Ben Johnson, all depicting aspects of London life . All are for sale, with prices of A 50-A 600.

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  2. Katie Melua joined by Gori Women's Choir for York showRead the original story

    Monday Dec 10 | York Press

    KATIE Melua plays York Barbican on Wednesday night with the Gori Women's Choir on the penultimate night of their travels through 11 European countries. Promoting her new Ultimate Collection double CD and revisiting her 2016 Christmas album, In Winter, Katie is performing 37 shows this season with the choir from her native Georgia, the former Soviet republic.

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  3. Ronnie O'Sullivan beats Allen to win his seventh UK ChampionshipRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 9 | Daily Mail

    Sterling attends Manchester United rival Lingard's clothing range launch party as Pogba calls out Shaw for fashion faux pas Sterling tells police he WAS racially abused by Chelsea fan as club hunts man who appeared to call him 'f****** black c***' - and Man City star says: 'I just had to laugh... I expect no better' MARTIN SAMUEL: Faces contorted in hate, a front row of middle-aged men screaming brutal, boorish abuse.

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  4. Free And Cheap London Events This Week: 10-16 December 2018Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 8 | Londonist

    LONDON LIFE: The streets of London are portrayed in this exhibition of oil and watercolour paintings, and drawings. See something you like? They're all for sale, starting at A 50. Barbican Foyer, free, just turn up, until 22 December BUDGY SMUGGLER: Stuck for a stocking filler for that special someone? Might we suggest Budgy Smuggler? The Australian swimwear brand opens a pop-up shop for one week only selling men's and women's swimwear.

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  5. Chinese star Ding warns fellow players to have - self-discipline' after scandalRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 7 | South China Morning Post

    Chinese snooker icon Ding Junhui warned his fellow players of the "self-discipline" needed to succeed after the latest scandal involving players from the mainland broke last week. China's Yu Delu was handed one of the heaviest punishments for match-fixing in snooker by the sport's governing body when he was banned for 10 years and nine months while another mainlander, Cao Yupeng received a six-year suspension after pleading guilty to his misbehaviour.

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  6. BWW Interview: Stevie Basaula On His First RSC SeasonRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 5 | BroadwayWorld.com

    The Royal Shakespeare Company brings their latest season to the Barbican this Winter, made up of Romeo and Juliet , Macbeth and The Merry Wives of Winter . A number of the cast appear in one or two of these shows; Stevie Basaula features in all three, taking on more than ten roles.

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  7. Things To Do Today In London: Wednesday 5 December 2018Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 4 | Londonist

    CHRISTMAS EXHIBITION: Painting, photography, sculpture, digital art and other mediums are all on display at The London Group's Christmas exhibition . The visual arts collective showcases work by around 60 of its members.

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  8. Casting Announced For Time is Love/Tiempo Es Amor at the Finborough TheatreRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 4 | BroadwayWorld.com

    Writer and Director Che Walker returns to the Finborough Theatre to direct the European premiere of his own play Time Is Love/Tiempo es Amor, opening at the Finborough Theatre for a four-week limited season on Tuesday, 1 January 2019 . 2019.

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  9. Things To Do This Weekend In London: 8-9 December 2018Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 3 | Londonist

    ICE SKATING: Still not plucked up the courage to take to the ice? London's ice rinks are starting to get busy now that Christmas is on everyone's minds, so booking is recommended. Once you've had a go, retreat to the nearest cafe-bar for a mulled wine or hot chocolate and a mince pie.

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  10. Things To Do Today In London: Friday 30 November 2018Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 29 | Londonist

    LUSH FILM FEST: There's no soap-sudding at this film festival , which promises to "tell the stories that need to be told". Topics as diverse as knife crime and animal extinction are screened, alongside workshops for budding filmmakers.

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  11. Smack that (a Conversation) Announces New 2019 London SeasonRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 29 | BroadwayWorld.com

    Rhiannon Faith's original, accessible and empowering Barbican hit 'Smack That ' returns to the capital for Ovalhouse season 27 Feb - 16 March. Meet Beverly.

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  12. Roy Budd's the Phantom of the Opera Live At The BarbicanRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 29 | BroadwayWorld.com

    In the summer of 1993 renowned composer and jazz pianist Roy Budd's score for Rupert Julian 's classic 1920s silent film The Phantom of the Opera was to set be performed in London. Then he had a brain haemorrhage.

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  13. Daria Martin wins Film London Jarman Award 2018Read the original story

    Thursday Nov 29 | Art Daily

    Daria Martin has won the 2018 Film London Jarman Award, it was announced this evening at a special event at London's Barbican Centre. Daria Martin works across moving image and performance.

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  14. Barry Hearn hits out at 'diabolical' slow-play after six frames in four hours at the UK ChampionshipRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 28 | Daily Mail

    Meet the men behind the giants: From a former TV crime reporter to an old hand fighting Parkinson's disease, the key players who will be in the corners for Wilder v Fury showdown in LA 'They should be embarrassed... I don't know how they go back and speak to their families and wives': Carragher hammers Neymar and PSG stars for diving in victory against Liverpool MARTIN SAMUEL: Playstation fans might love the idea of a European breakaway but football fans would hate it... plus the Premier League v Division One Pogba's lack of heart led to axe from Mourinho: United boss not happy stylist was sent to the Lowry to cut star's hair before dire display against Palace Australia cancel telephone call with World Cup-winning coach White as huge doubts grow over Cheika's future in countdown to World Cup Manchester United's A 350,000-a-week flop Sanchez determined to quit after being left out of ... (more)

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  15. Actors Touring Company Announces Matthew Xia as New Artistic DirectorRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 27 | BroadwayWorld.com

    Internationally acclaimed Actors Touring Company has today announced the appointment of Matthew Xia as its new Artistic Director. Matthew will take up the position part-time in December 2018 and will be in place full-time from March 2019.

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  16. Brutalist architecture Christmas cards by In From The StormRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 26 | Retro To Go

    If you know anyone with a love of brutalism, then the Brutalist architecture Christmas cards by In From The Storm might be a shrewd purchase. The cards are a co-production between Dollydagger and Nick Miners Photography, the result being these rather attractive seasonal cards that have a little more depth than your average card.

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  17. An inspector calls... at the 'super trendy' Bankside LondonRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 24 | Daily Mail

    Inside the 'rewilded' English farm that offers an African-style safari on land left to its own devices for nearly 20 years 'Can you email my boss and tell him I'm doing a good job?' The luxury hotel graced by Michelle Obama and Sofia Vergara where the staff are VERY eager for feedback An inspector calls... at the 'super trendy' Bankside London, a hotel he arrives at 'laden with scepticism' but leaves feeling impressed Rustic barns, hearty mountain chalets and streets that are tucked up by 8pm: Is this the most charmingly tranquil ski resort in the Alps? Sara Sampaio soaks up the sun in a skimpy red bikini while on vacation in Mexico with boyfriend Oliver Ripley Lions may disappear without urgent funding for conservation with as few as 20,000 remaining in the wild, expert warns Plastic pollution of the seas is laid bare as ENTIRE 500ml bottle is pulled from stomach of a monkfish in South ... (more)

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  18. Matthew Herbert Sets The EU To Music With His Brexit Big BandRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 24 | National Public Radio

    The Matthew Herbert Brexit Big Band, with the London Brexit Choir, performing at the Barbican Centre in 2017. Mark Allan/Courtesy of the artist hide caption British musician Matthew Herbert is best known as an electronic artist, who goes by various aliases, including Dr. Rockit and Radio Boy.

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  19. Madalena Alberto and Eleanor Jackson Join Aspects of Love at Southwark PlayhouseRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 21 | BroadwayWorld.com

    Katy Lipson for Aria Entertainment and Hope Mill Theatre have announced the full cast for the London transfer of their production of Aspects of Love at Southwark Playhouse. Madalena Alberto will play Giulietta Trapani, and Eleanor Jackson will join the ensemble.

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  20. King's Head Theatre Announces Zero-hours CARMENRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 21 | BroadwayWorld.com

    The King's Head Theatre announces its first opera of 2019, a radical new take on the world's greatest tragedy, 'Carmen', in a new English version by Ashley Pearson and Mary Franklin. The Olivier Award nominated producers of La Traviata, La boheme and Tosca present a vivid, compelling and devastatingly powerful take on Georges Bizet 's masterpiece.

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