New Dylan Thomas notebook discovered on Centenary

New Dylan Thomas notebook discovered on Centenary

October 27th marked the centenary of Dylan Thomas’ birth. To commemorate, an array of drinking themed events, tours and literary talks have occupied the streets of Fitzrovia where the Welsh poet had lived, on and off, from 1933. Now, a never before seen notebook of the poet’s has been found...

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Land Rover unveils new ‘Unstoppable Spirit’ sculpture

How do you promote a new car? In the past, car manufacturers have gone to great lengths to make you want their latest models from driving a Jeep up a flight of stairs and through a window, to building a full sized Lego statue of the Volvo XC90. Land Rover,...

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Nightcrawler

Even before Twilight finally drove a stake through their hearts forever, vampires were played out and non-threatening. The plague-carrying rat-like beast portrayed by Max Schreck in Nosferatu was gradually replaced by Robert Pattinson’s sparkly heartthrob as Hollywood spent years sucking out (pun definitely intended) every drop of danger from the...

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Sunny Afternoon, The Harold Pinter Theatre directed by Edward Hall

Musicals based on the back catalogues of beloved bands often have an advantage in that often theatregoers who would rather rub chillis in their eyes then be dragged to a musical can be found lining up around the block; depending on the cachet of the band in question. “Sunny Afternoon”...

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Where’s the bear? Celebrities decorate Paddington

The Paddington Bear Trail launches this month with 50 bears to find in London as part of a collaboration between StudioCanal, the NSPCC and VisitLondon.com ahead of the release of Paddington the movie on 28th November. From now until the end of December you will be able to follow in...

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