A quarter of UK electricity now from renewable sources

A quarter of UK electricity now from renewable sources

In 2015 renewable energy provided 25% of the UK’s electricity, up from 20% the previous year, with gas displacing coal as the top contributor. Once considered the lifeblood of this country, for the first time coal is now marginally behind gas as the dominant source of electric energy in the UK,...

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Diving back into Bioshock

Diving back into Bioshock

In the run-up to the release of the remastered Bioshock Collection for Playstation 4, Feldman Reviews takes a look through one of the definitive game series of the last decade By 2016, the argument over whether videogames can ever truly be art is practically an art in itself. Positions are...

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London EDITION “Songs From Above” festival starts 3rd August

London EDITION “Songs From Above” festival starts 3rd August

London EDITION hotel will be launching its groundbreaking, inaugural “Songs From Above festival” this August, with a series of musical performances delivered from the spectacular balcony, overlooking the hotel’s lobby bar.  Beginning on 3rd August with a dreamy stripped-down evening set of psych-pop from London based four piece Gengahar, the hotel will be...

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EU releases €1.4 billion for Turkey to care for Syrian refugees

EU releases €1.4 billion for Turkey to care for Syrian refugees

The European Commission has released €1.4 billion to help Turkey to care for its population of Syrian Refugees, specifically financing health and education. Delivering on its commitment to “speed up the implementation of the Facility for Refugees in Turkey”, the newly released funds now bring the Commission’s total up to...

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Designing for flooding: Amphibious houses

Designing for flooding: Amphibious houses

The wettest ever December in the UK at the end of last year saw 16,000 properties hit by flooding, while more than 75,000 lost electricity. As Storms Desmond, Eva and Frank brought devastating floods to large parts of the UK, meteorologists recorded almost double the rain falling than average. According to the...

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1984 at the Playhouse Theatre

1984 at the Playhouse Theatre

1984 By Rowland Stirling July 1 – October 29 Playhouse Theatre Tickets from: £19.84   1984 was a fierce polemic against Stalinism, envisioning a world perpetually at war with unseen, ever changing enemies, the population constantly watched and disappearances frequent. Winston Smith, a low level bureaucrat, embittered with the totalitarian...

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