Little Eyolf by the National Theatre of Norway

It is over 120 years since Henrik Ibsen’s Little Eyolf first performed in the Deutshces Theater of Berlin, but its message remains strikingly pertinent. In the play, Ibsen captures, as so few other playwrights do, the concomitant sense of guilt and remorse that underpins a fraying marriage. The performance opens...

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Find out the best funding solutions for your startups!

Entrepreneurs face three main challenges: know-hows, resources and money. They often struggle with launching their products, attracting market attention, finding the right funders whilst facing multiple costs. Knowing this, we wanted to provide an easy way for entrepreneurs to learn directly from highly sought-out funders and hear the vital advice that...

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JLL sees the return of competitive bidding on properties to let

In a press release to KCW Today, JLL lettings has reported a 57% increase in applicant registrations in March 2018 from the previous month, together with a 40% increase in offers made. Activity has picked up significantly with competitive bidding now taking place on a number of schemes, and rental...

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