Prince Rogers Nelson: 1958-2016

Suddenly he was gone, vanished into a cloud of glitter and glorious guitar riffery. Always an enigmatic icon who both repelled and magnetised with equal force; Prince, above all was a magnificent musician and showman. If his father Nelson had been a classical instead of jazz musician, Prince would have...

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NHS trust fined for HIV data breach

NHS trust fined for HIV data breach

Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has been fined £180,000 after it accidentally revealed the emails of HIV patients and was judged to have breached the Data Protection Act. One of Soho’s most frequented and well known sexual health clinics, 56 Dean Street, unwittingly revealed the private emails of...

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Dr Faustus at Duke of York Theatre

A production like Jamie Lloyd’s modern reimagining of Doctor Faustus is a rare thing to find on the normally controversy-averse playground of the West End. This kaleidoscopic ride of pop-cultural hedonism dressed as Marlowe’s sixteenth century morality tale occasionally feels in danger of regressing to a particularly psychedelic episode of...

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Parliament Squared: Chaos Reigns

Parliament Squared: Chaos Reigns

The hot topics have continued to be the London Mayoral election, the EU referendum, David Cameron’s pending reshuffle of his Cabinet and the US Presidential elections. Of the four, only London has been resolved with Sadiq Khan easing out Zac Goldsmith in what was an increasingly bitter and below the...

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150th Anniversary of the English Heritage’s Blue Plaque Scheme

  It requires imagination to bring the past to life and Blue Plaques are a tangible and authentic medium that achieves this. They are an appropriate, artistic memorial to great people and more easily seen than headstones. They have long graced the buildings in London which are the homes of the...

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NHS trust fined for HIV data breach

Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has been fined £180,000 after it accidentally revealed the emails of HIV patients and was judged to have breached the Data Protection Act.   One of Soho’s most frequented and well known sexual health clinics, 56 Dean Street, unwittingly revealed the private emails...

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Chelsea College of Arts Short Courses announces Summer School Programme 2016

Chelsea College of Arts Short Courses announces Summer School Programme 2016

Chelsea College of Arts Short Courses announced their Summer School 2016 programme, which will span three months and offer 101 courses for young people and adults. From 27 June – 26 September 2016, Chelsea College of Arts will be offering courses for all ages and abilities, for those dipping their toe...

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