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  1. Dublin poet offers vibrant performance in SettleRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday |

    Stephen, regarded as central to the rise of the vibrant spoken word scene in Ireland today, can be seen at the town's Victoria Hall. In 2017 Stephen was commissioned by St. Patrick's festival to write a new poem as a "Celebratory Narrative" of Ireland.


  2. Building on history - London Wall Place by Make ArchitectsRead the original story

    Tuesday Aug 14 | Archinect School Blog

    London Wall Place a joint venture development between Brookfield Properties and Oxford Properties is a new destination in the City of London. The client's ambition was for a premium, architecturally outstanding commercial campus.


  3. Theatre for a New Audience Presents the EmperorRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 14 |

    Theatre for a New Audience kicks off its 2018-2019 season with the U.S. premiere of The Emperor, featuring virtuosic shape-shifting actor Kathryn Hunter and Ethiopian musician Temesgen Zeleke, founder of Krar Collective. Walter Meierjohann directs this parable about power in decline-an adaptation by Colin Teevan of Ryszard Kapuscinski's celebrated and controversial 1978 book of the same title, about the downfall of Ethiopian emperor Haile Selassie.


  4. Casting Announced for othellomacbeth at Lyric Hammersmith and HOMERead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 13 |

    Casting is today announced for the Lyric Hammersmith and HOME's production of othellomacbeth, which runs 14-29 September at HOME in Manchester and 05 October - 03 November at the Lyric Hammersmith. othellomacbeth is a striking, condensed staging of two of Shakespeare's most brutal and poetic plays.


  5. Free And Cheap Things To Do This Week In London: 13-19 August 2018Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 11 | Londonist

    JAMEEL PRIZE SHOWCASE: Now in its fifth year, the V&A's Jameel Prize exhibition showcases work inspired by Islamic traditions , including fashion, multimedia installation and painting. Go and see what made this year's finalists stand out from the crowd.


  6. In Pictures: The golden age of railways as UK marks anniversary of end of steamRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 11 | ITV

    Railway enthusiasts gather on the platforms at Barbican Station to bid farewell to the last steam train on London Transport railways. The Great Central Railway heritage line in Loughborough is marking the 50th anniversary of British Rail's last mainline, steam-hauled passenger service with an End of Steam gala.


  7. RSC announces Maydays castingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 10 | Stratford Herald

    The play was first staged by the RSC at the Barbican Theatre in 1983, with the new production being performed as part of the Autumn Mischief Festival in The Other Place in Stratford-upon-Avon from 27th September to 20th October. Geoffrey Beevers will play Trelawney/Pugachev, alongisde Gillian Bevan , Richard Cant , Sophie Khan Levy , Chris Nayak , Lily Nichol , Mark Quartley , Christopher Simpson , Liyah Summers and Jay Taylor .


  8. New Series MIT Performing Signals a Vibrant Performing Arts Destination in Boston/CambridgeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 9 | PRWeb

    MIT announces the new performing arts series MIT Performing, signaling a new destination in the performing arts scene in Boston/Cambridge. Curated by Professor Jay Scheib, the series launches with Adrienne Truscott's THIS, Andrew Schneider's new production NERVOUS/SYSTEM and Ayesha Jordan's Shasta Geaux Pop, then Lisa Dwan will present her lecture/demonstration "A Body of Beckett," followed by a new theater work to be developed by director Jay Scheib with an international cast of collaborators.


  9. MIT Launches New Series 'MIT Performing'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 8 |

    Massachusetts Institute of Technology announces the new performing arts series MIT Performing , signaling a new destination in the performing arts scene in Boston/Cambridge. Curated by Professor Jay Scheib , the series launches with performance artist Adrienne Truscott's celebrated solo work THIS, Andrew Schneider 's new production NERVOUS/SYSTEM and Ayesha Jordan 's one-woman sci-fi telenovela Shasta Geaux Pop , developed in collaboration with Charlotte Brathwaite, MIT Assistant Professor of Theater Arts.


  10. Cancellations and delays leave rail passengers sweatingRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 8 | East Anglian Daily Times

    Ipswich Railway Station. Passengers have experienced cancellations and delays due to a line-side fire since Monday around 12pm.


  11. Afrobeats Musical Oliva Tweest: the Afromusical to Launch Uk TourRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 7 |

    Following its sold-out West End debut at the Lyric Theatre as the UK's first ever Afrobeats musical in 2013, and a short-run at the legendary Hackney Empire in 2014, as well as a one-off special at the 2016 Lagos Theatre Festival, supported by British Council, and a week-long development residency at The Barbican, seminal Afrobeats musical Oliva Tweest: The AfroMusical is excited to announce its highly anticipated and long-awaited return, by way of a UK tour in October 2018, playing at Manchester's Opera House for one-night only on Tuesday 9th October.


  12. Things To Do Today In London: Monday 6 August 2018Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 5 | Londonist

    TRAILS OF THE WEST: You may think of cowboys as consigned to history books or John Wayne Westerns, but they do, in fact, still exist. Reuters staff photographer Greg Bos has been capturing the North American West on camera over the last 33 years, amassing a unique archive of fine art photography depicting working and rodeo cowboys.


  13. Ilford's first British Muslim astronaut awarded university fellowship for mental health workRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 30 | Ilford Recorder

    An Ilford poet, who is set to become the first British Muslim to travel in space, received an honorary fellowship for raising awareness about mental health. Hussain Manawer, 27, of Ilford was bestowed with a King's College London award from the social science and public policy faculty during a Barbican ceremony.


  14. Curran Celebrates Christmas In July With Single Ticket On-sale For Taylor Mac's Holiday SauceRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 26 |

    Today, Carole Shorenstein Hays announced that Curran is celebrating Christmas in July with the public on-sale of single tickets for TAYLOR MAC'S HOLIDAY SAUCE, a Pomegranate Arts / Nature's Darling production, beginning this Friday, July 27 at 10 a.m. HOLIDAY SAUCE presents Christmas as calamity. The on-sale will be celebrated through the end of the month with Christmas in July-themed promotions, ending with a SILENT DISCO, featuring special guest DJ Juanita More, on-stage at the Curran on Tuesday, July 31 at 7 p.m. Celebrating the holiday season in all of its dysfunction, HOLIDAY SAUCE will make its Bay Area premiere at San Francisco's Curran November 21-December 1, 2018.


  15. Tuesday 25 July 1665Read the original story

    Wednesday Jul 25 | Pepy's Diary

    Our good humour in every body continuing, and there I slept till seven o'clock. Then up and to the office , well refreshed, my eye only troubling me, which by keeping a little covered with my handkercher and washing now and then with cold water grew better by night.


  16. Casting announced for Distance at Park TheatreRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 23 | IndieLondon

    Written by Alex McSweeney and directed by Simon Pittman , it runs from September 5 to September 29, 2018. The line up includes Doreene Blackstock , Adam Burton , Richard Corgan , Lindsay Fraser and Abdul Salis .


  17. 'More private money needed to back arts'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 19 | Newsday

    Leonora Thomson, the managing director of Welsh National Opera, said ministers need to intervene to help generate greater income from businesses. Ms Thomson, who was previously a senior manager at London's Barbican and is responsible for the day-to-day running of Welsh National Opera, said: "I don't think it [corporate support] is on the radar in the same way that it is in London, actually.


  18. Chair of Barbican apologises for tweet comparing Welsh to being dyslexicRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 19 | IcNetwork

    Dr Giles Shilson, who is chair of the performing arts centre in the City of London, posted a picture of a train departure board with the caption: "This must be what it feels like to be dyslexic...". He wrote: "I'd like to apologise.


  19. NIA warns against corruption in corporate area drain cleaningRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 15, 2018 | The Gleaner

    As local government authorities prepare to undertake drain cleaning activities across the Corporate Area, Professor Trevor Munroe, executive director of the National Integrity Action, has warned against corruption in the issuance of contracts. The Kingston and St Andrew Municipal Corporation announced on Tuesday that drain cleaning activities were to get underway some time last week in 21 divisions, once the necessary funds had been pooled.


  20. Where To Watch The World Cup Final 2018 In LondonRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 11, 2018 | Londonist

    It may not be coming home to England, but there's still an epic game of football to be watched this weekend. Whether you're supporting France or Croatia, here are the venues screening the World Cup Final: We've had confirmation that the final will be screened at London Designer Outlet's family-friendly viewing area.