Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland: A creative spectacle!

Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland: A creative spectacle!

From the moment the curtain rises you know you are in for a treat. Both children and adults alike can enjoy an entertaining afternoon or evening of dance with this spectacular production. It’s not so much a ballet rather a creative spectacle with plenty of stage craft to keep all...

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Who’s afraid of Julia Kristeva? New film by Iskra Angelova in the London International Documentary Film Festival

Who’s afraid of Julia Kristeva? New film by Iskra Angelova in the London International Documentary Film Festival

Iskra Angelova’s new film tells the story of a successful and controversial figure. A psychoanalyst, linguist, semiotician, philosopher and feminist, Julia Kristeva is a woman of many disciplines. The film is set in Bulgaria, 1966 where the Balkan nation remains behind the Iron Curtain. Kristeva, a young and smart student,...

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The Pig’s Ear

The Pig’s Ear

It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a hungry man or woman in possession of a not particularly expansive fortune, must be in want of a decently priced unpretentious place to eat and drink around the King’s Road. It is even more universally acknowledged that they are not likely to...

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Year 9 St James Senior Girls’ School pupil to be a finalist in The Write Stuff 2017 Competition

Year 9 St James Senior Girls’ School pupil to be a finalist in The Write Stuff 2017 Competition

Congratulations to Katie Stott, a Year 9 pupil at St James Senior Girls’ School (www.stjamesgirls.co.uk), who has recently discovered she is a finalist in The Write Stuff 2017 competition (in association with The Sunday Times). The competition, aimed at girls aged 11-16, was launched in March and entrants were asked to write...

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The noble art of fencing is a sport struggling for recognition

The noble art of fencing is a sport struggling for recognition

Fencing has a proud Olympic tradition in the UK dating back over one hundred years to when our men’s épée team won consecutive silver medals in the 1908 London and 1912 Stockholm games. Medals have however been relatively few and far between in the sport since. The painful statistic is...

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