The Natural History Museum debuts it’s own theatre with The Wider Earth

The Natural History Museum debuts it’s own theatre with The Wider Earth

When thinking about London’s great theatrical traditions, the Natural History Museum might not be the first place to come to mind. However the Museum is entering the play  playing host to the Award-winning drama The Wider Earth, a coming-of-age tale about the 22-year old Charles Darwin’s famous journey on the...

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Not all capital is created equal: SME leaders must find the right capital to help their business grow, says mentor and SME champion Guy Tolhurst

Not all capital is created equal: SME leaders must find the right capital to help their business grow, says mentor and SME champion Guy Tolhurst

So the legend goes that Lionel Messi could dribble a ball before his second birthday; Kobe Bryant could dunk at three, and Serena Williams picked up a racket at four. Child prodigies abound, and Guy Tolhurst started his first business at five years old. Selling woodlice from his bedside table,...

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The Royal Ballet’s dark and dangerous Mayerling screened live to cinemas

The Royal Ballet’s dark and dangerous Mayerling screened live to cinemas

The thrilling ballet Mayerling will be broadcast live from the Royal Opera House in London’s world-famous Covent Garden to UK cinemas on Monday 15 October 2018. This haunting and emotional production reveals the glamour of the Austro-Hungarian court. The live screening will be followed by an encore screening on Sunday...

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Social media and depression

Depression is the world’s leading cause of disability worldwide. This can have serious effects on a person’s life including under achievement in school, under-employment, and poorer quality relationships and physical health. All of this is not to mention its risk factor for self-harm and suicide. With 88 percent of 18...

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Noted

Noted

Holidays are over. Back to the grind, school, work, uni, the girl locked in the basement. With summer, lazy days, late rising and endless sunshine, all still fresh in the memory, the misery of the graft is all the more obvious, the contrast more jarring; the post-vacation life is a...

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