Canned Heat?

Canned Heat?

The tin can has enjoyed a peculiar relationship with art ever since Andy Warhol first produced his famous pop-art prints of Campbells Soup tins. Rod MacClancy has taken that tradition to the next level as the curator of Canned Art, providing original art by established artists in a new, affordable...

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Staff at Chelsea cancer service honoured for life-changing work

Staff at Chelsea cancer service honoured for life-changing work

Staff behind a Macmillan service at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital were honoured with a national award for their innovative work supporting local people affected by cancer on the 17 November 2016. The Award ceremony was held at held at The Hilton Metropole Hotel in Birmingham where the Acute Diagnostic Oncology...

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Cardinals try to exorcise ‘Vatican McDonalds’

Cardinals try to exorcise ‘Vatican McDonalds’

Opponents of what would be the first McDonald’s restaurant to open in a Vatican building within sight of St Peter’s Square has been boosted by a group of cardinals living above the proposed site. While local residents were horrified at the thought of the fast food chain right on the...

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Children ask Santa to protect young people this Christmas

Children ask Santa to protect young people this Christmas

A ResearchBods survey conducted for NSPCC’S Letter from Santa campaign has revealed that almost 40% of children asked Santa to keep other children safe this Christmas. The survey was carried out online between the 18th and 24th October 2016 by British young people between the ages of 6-11 with permission from a parent or...

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Fabric to reopen

Fabric to reopen

Fabric has negotiated a new licence with Islington Council today on the basis of a “gold standard” in safety. The agreement included an id scanning system, new security company, indoor CCTV, lifetime ban on drugs and time  restrictions for those under 19. Fabric thanks their supporters:”We are hugely thankful to...

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The Thing

The Thing

Director: John Carpenter Running Time: 108 minutes Over the course of his decade spanning career, Director John Carpenter proved repeatedly that he was one of the most aptly named directors in the business. A true craftsman, Carpenter produced deceptively unflashy films that have provided absurdly fertile soil that that countless...

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Premier League Football, 19-20 of November

Premier League Football, 19-20 of November

Saturday 19th Nov Man United 1 – 1 Arsenal Dominating Manchester United denied 3 points by Giroud’s 89th minute equaliser. Arsenal has not beat Man U since September 2006, but this result left Mourinho upset as his team struggles to make an impact on the tables and five to one...

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Picasso Portraits at the National Portrait Gallery

Picasso Portraits at the National Portrait Gallery

Until 5 February 2017 Admission £19 www.npg.org.uk/picasso Two of the greatest artists the world has ever seen, separated by 300 years, are now separated by 300 yards from each other in Trafalgar Square. At the National Gallery, Caravaggio and the ‘Caravaggesques’ have a swaggering show of talent, intrigue and drama,...

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