Can graphic design save your life?

Can graphic design save your life?

Well, can it? A graphic designer might say, ‘I make a living.’ In terms of persuasive, informative, instructive and empowering graphics, this exhibition shows the relationship between healthcare and how the role of graphic design communicates the various messages it wishes to convey. Right from the outset of this spacious...

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Wipers Times at the Richmond Theatre

Wipers Times at the Richmond Theatre

Wipers Times. Richmond Theatre. 26th October – 30th October. 2017. 2017 is a significant year in which we commemorate the 3rd Battle of Ypres, also known as Passenchendael. The Nations meet in Flanders Fields, the London Mint has issued a commemorative coin and Richmond Theatre is showing ‘ Wipers Times’....

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Soul of a Nation at The Tate Modern

Soul of a Nation at The Tate Modern

The recently-released film Detroit (reviewed by Max Feldman on p.48) is a dramatisation of an unsavoury slice of American pie, which centred around the riots in July 1967, and a subsequent unlawful killing of innocent blacks youths in the Algiers Motel. That was 50 years ago. It still goes on....

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Scottish country dancing in London: classes begin today!

Scottish country dancing in London: classes begin today!

The Royal Scottish Country Dance Society, whose patron is H.M, The Queen, is a worldwide organisation that exists to promote and develop Scottish country dancing and music. The London Branch was the first to be formed outside Scotland and runs dance classes to suit all levels of experience, including young people....

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Event tonight: ‘Romantic Revolution’ at the London Palladium

Event tonight: ‘Romantic Revolution’ at the London Palladium

Ekaterina Krysanova, Semyon Chudin, Maria Alexandrova and Vladislav Lantratov of the Bolshoi Ballet with students of London Russian Ballet School present Romantic Revolution London Palladium, Argyll Street, London W1F 7TF Monday 18th September 2017, 7.30pm For one night only, London Russian Ballet School (LRBS) will continue its collaboration with the...

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The Royal Parks of London

The Royal Parks of London

Take a walk in the Park! London has eight Royal Parks all strongly associated with a rich, historical Heritage, National Events, Prime Ministers and Royalty. The Parks are famous for their nature reserves, sporting facilities, world class entertainments and excellent catering. Ceremonial occasions have not changed with the passing years;...

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Booking It: Have Kindle’s peaked?

Booking It: Have Kindle’s peaked?

When the Amazon Kindle first arrived on the literary scene a decade ago, it was heralded as the future of reading and, as a result, was despised by purists. The grim fate of the CD had made its mark  and fans of the physicality of books were afraid that they...

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Guru Kirtan at the Tabernacle W11

Guru Kirtan at the Tabernacle W11

The Tabernacle in Notting Hill is hosting a live Kirtan event this coming Saturday 16th September, featuring some of the UK’s finest singers and musicians. Instruments ranging from the traditional Indian Sitar and Tabla, to the dynamic Spanish Guitar and Drum, are sure to get the energy flowing at one...

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Cyclinteriors: A new home for your bicycle

Cyclinteriors: A new home for your bicycle

Cyclists are taking over. MAMILS (Middle Aged Men In Lycra) now dominate the morning commute cityscape, as ever more of us vie to escape packed, overpriced trains. To some, bicycles are particularly aesthetically pleasing, but you don’t have to adore life on two wheels to consider incorporating bikes into your...

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Feldman Reviews: Logan Lucky

Feldman Reviews: Logan Lucky

Director: Steven Soderbergh Running Time: 119 Minutes In Ocean’s 11 and its sequels, Steven Soderbergh made the business of robbery seem like a multifaceted lark: part boys’ club, part performance space, part showcase for the pleasures of improbably smooth professionalism. The heists that Danny Ocean and his crew pulled off...

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