Barclaycard presents British Summer Time Hyde Park 2019

Barclaycard presents British Summer Time Hyde Park 2019

Their most sustainable and community-led festival yet! AEG Presents have announced a series of new sustainability initiatives alongside growing its community activity at Barclaycard presents British Summer Time Hyde Park. In addition to their commitment to community and sustainability, AEG Presents’ strives to make their events accessible to everyone. This...

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Innervisions Festival

Innervisions Festival

Innervisions festival, held across London venues from Wednesday 3rd July, until Sunday 7th July, is back with a better line-up than ever. Venues will include the Roundhouse in Camden, Shepherds Bush Empire, Islington Assembly Hall, Earth in Hackney and London, Under the Bridge. With a stellar line-up of soul, funk...

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Orchid festival returns to Kew gardens

Orchid festival returns to Kew gardens

Kew Gardens are celebrating their 22nd annual orchid festival in the Princess of Wales Conservatory, surrounding visitors with the flamboyant colours and sounds of India all contained in a steamy glasshouse. Running until March 5, The festival features vibrant decorations with life-sized animal figures including an elephant, a peacock and a monkey. Festival-goers...

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Birkbeck University announces Arts Week 2016 programme

Award-winning stage and screen writers will headline a series of events at Birkbeck University as part of their London’s Arts Week 2016.   More than 50 free public performances, discussions, workshops, screenings, and book launches will adorn Birkbeck’s Gordon Square campus from 16th to 20th May 2016. The annual celebration...

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17 year Old Chelsea Resident raises £2,000 for Anna Freud Centre

On Sunday 13 September 2015 at  Chelsea Theatre, King’s Road, London, 17 year old Christina Carrafiell debuted her play, Fragile Life.   The play written by Carrafiell was a 50 minute piece exploring the duality between ‘what could have been’ and ‘what has transpired’.   The play explored  the journey...

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Kinetika Bloco Festival Performance

Kinetika Bloco, a community focussed brass, wind, drum and steel pan collective incorporating dancers, put on stellar performances for its audience over the weekend.  The first was on Friday night at Waterloo’s South Bank Centre on 14 August 2015 then the second on Saturday 15 August 2015 at Southwark’s Burgess...

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London joins towns and cities across the UK for first National Busking Day

Street performers from around the world take to streets and railway stations across the UK on 18 July, including Belfast, Birmingham, Brighton, Canterbury, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Exeter, Glasgow, Leeds, Liverpool, London, Manchester, Margate, Newcastle-Gateshead, Norwich and York London will host a massive party featuring live music and street performance, when it...

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Pintar Rapido – UK’s biggest outdoor painting competition

Pintar Rapido is the UK’s biggest outdoor painting festival, competition and exhibition and is open to professional and amateur artists from all over the UK. This year, the event takes place in London on Saturday 11th July and Sunday 12th July and celebrates art and the London cityscape by challenging...

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What Kind Of Feminist Is It Anyway? The Fabulous ‘Femifesto’ of the 2015 Hay Festival

  When Bill Clinton dubbed it ‘the Woodstock of the mind’, it was clear the Hay Literary Festival was no ordinary camping-in-the-mud affair. For those sceptical about relying on the former president for festival recommendations, don’t be dissuaded. It might not be the kind of festival most of us are...

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St Stephen’s Festival

The hugely popular Saint Stephen’s Festival of Arts & Faith returns to the Gloucester Road church bigger than ever, from Monday 1st to Sunday 7th June. This year’s festival features exclusive events from leading names in the fields of art, theatre and classical music, including Edward Fox, Philip Franks and...

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