The Twilight Zone at the Ambassador’s Theatre

The Twilight Zone at the Ambassador’s Theatre

  ‘The Twilight Zone’ originally ran (in flickering black and white naturally) from 1959-1964. For many of the original audience, Rod Serling’s twist-happy morality tales were their first introduction to science fiction. Whilst ‘Twilight Zone’ took some cues from earlier 50s genre works like ‘Tales of Tomorrow’! and ‘Dimension X’,...

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Ashbourne College exhibit students art in evening of creativity

Ashbourne College exhibit students art in evening of creativity

The Creative Arts event, hosted by Ashbourne College exhibited pupils work on the 26th March, displaying everything from fashion and textiles to  graphics and fine art. The students, who have been working on these projects for the whole year, proudly showed off their hard work to over 150 guests. Those...

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Trinity’s Easter Chicks celebrate their 20th anniversary

Trinity’s Easter Chicks celebrate their 20th anniversary

 Royal Trinity Hospice’s Easter Chicks are celebrating their 20th anniversary in 2019, making it Trinity’s longest running fundraising campaign. Every year, Trinity supporters knit thousands of handmade chicks, each stuffed with a chocolate egg, which are sold in the hospice and local schools to raise funds to support Trinity’s care....

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Abingdon House School Receives Highly Commended Award for SEN School of the Year!

Abingdon House School Receives Highly Commended Award for SEN School of the Year!

On Thursday 21st March, Abingdon House School in Marylebone, a school for children with unique learning profiles, received the Highly Commended Award for SEN School of the Year! The recognition presented by Shine a Light was proudly accepted by Abingdon House School Headteacher, Ms Moran, and Head of Mental Health...

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Durham University concert at St.Gabriel’s Church

Durham University concert at St.Gabriel’s Church

‘Durham Opera Ensemble (DOE) are delighted to present their inaugural Alumni Concert in St Gabriel’s Church, Pimlico. With music from the world’s best loved operas this concert promises to celebrate DOE’s finest productions. From Mozart’s The Marriage of Figaro to Strauss’s Die Fledermaus join us for a feast of musical...

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Over half of parents in London worry that their exercise levels are setting a bad example to their children

Over half of parents in London worry that their exercise levels are setting a bad example to their children

More than half of parents living in London (with children under 18) think that their levels of physical activity are setting a bad example to their children Four in five parents think it would be valuable for their children to spend more time outdoors A fifth of parents say they’re...

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