Pupils from Westminster celebrate multi-faith Iftar with Mayor, Archbishop & Chief Rabbi

Pupils from Westminster celebrate multi-faith Iftar with Mayor, Archbishop & Chief Rabbi

  Today (June 30)  Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, The Archbishop of Canterbury and the Chief Rabbi attended Lambeth Palace’s interfaith Iftar which brought 100 young Londoners of all faith, in order to celebrate both Ramadan and multi-faith co-operation. Sadiq Khan said: “This is my first Ramadan as the Mayor of...

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Affordable living in SW1

Affordable living in SW1

This article was graciously supplied by Jayne Beaumont  Delve into a world of tranquillity imbued with an air of exotic spices and enriched with the deeply sensual colours of Morocco. This is an experience designed to relax, cleanse and revive at The Spa in Dolphin Square. The treatments are enticing...

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Putin’s “Disneyland”

Russian President, Vladimir Putin, has reportedly approved plans to build a “Russian-style Disneyland” which will cost upwards of $4 billion. The new theme park, which will be built on the border of the Kaluga and Moscow regions has already been allocated 220 hectares of land by the Regional Governor Anatoly...

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Winifred Knights at the Dulwich Picture Gallery

Winifred Knights at the Dulwich Picture Gallery

Dulwich Picuture Gallery Until 18 September 2016 Admission £12.50   Along with Pallant House, Dulwich has got a reputation for putting on shows by slightly recherché and partially neglected 20th century English artists like Evelyn Dunbar, Eric Ravillious and now Winifred Knights. She was declared a genius by the Daily...

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Theatre Review: The Spoils

Theatre Review: The Spoils

Jesse Eisenburg has spent the vast majority of his career serving as the edgier, thinking man’s version of Michael Cera; trafficking in the same foot in mouth social awkwardness of the Superbad star but with an antagonistic edge that often blurs the line between amusing and abrasive. In The Spoils,...

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