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    Competition: Stomp

    Win a pair of tickets to see STOMP

    Celebrating its 13th sensational year in London, STOMP is still the West End’s unstoppable smash hit!

    Rhythm, theatre, comedy and dance come together in the multi-award winning stage sensation, that continues to astonish audiences across the globe. Eight...

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    Open Art Competition

    Now in its 18th year, The National Open Art Exhibition is an annual open competition which aims to nurture creative talent from around the UK, providing a truly open and fair platform for both emerging and professional artists to exhibit, sell and promote their work. The exhibition is kindly sponsored by Towry, the Wealth Advisor.

    This year is a record breaking year with the highest...

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    Covent Garden Pick - September

    Molton Brown, London’s bath and body connoisseurs since 1973, invites you to discover its opulent new collection, Oudh Accord & Gold.

    Explore the steamy depths of a spiced forest in Assam, Northern India with the new body wash, body lotion and single wick candle. Molton Brown is one...

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    Camden Fringe Festival 2014

    Camden Fringe is back for the 9th year, with more venues than ever before all hosting weird and wonderful shows. Fringe festivals are all about experimentation and risk, not just for the performers, but for audiences as well. Here are some tips for taking your first brave step into the unknown.
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    The Elephantom Competition

    Ross Collins’ much-loved The Elephantom, will be charging into the New London Theatre for a strictly limited summer season until 6 September. Magical entertainment for young and old, The Elephantom is an inventive mix of puppetry, movement, dance, music...

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    The Importance of Being Earnest

    Of all of Oscar Wilde's witticisms, the declaration of his own genius is the most famous. It is difficult to disagree with him - who, after all, could make the simple line 'a handbag?' one of the most amusing in English drama? The Importance of Being Earnest is a delightful comedy of errors set amongst the social minefield of late Victorian society. When it first opened the...

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    A Creative Life

    Virginia Woolf’s importance as a writer of the twentieth century is paramount; the ideas about structure, plot and characterisation which she put into practice threw away Victorian conventions and helped to pioneer modern writing. Born Virginia Stephen, her family mixed with literary and intellectual society but after her parents died, Virginia, her sister Vanessa and brothers Thoby and Adrian...

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    Competition: Daytona

    Win a pair of tickets to see Daytona starring Maureen Lipman at the Theatre Royal Haymarket.

    Following its critically acclaimed world premiere at London’s Park Theatre last year, Daytona transfers to the West End this Summer for eight weeks only.

    Gripping...

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    Jaki Graham Sings Soul & Motown

    80’s singing legend Jaki Graham celebrates 30 years of music at the London Hippodrome on Friday 1 August. Back in the 80’s Jaki was the biggest selling black British female solo artist and her many hits included Could it Be I’m Falling in Love, Round and Around, Breaking Away and Set Me Free. This promises to be a wonderful evening of hits and other classics from the R &...

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    Jersey Boys

    I have to admit that I never knew how many songs were written and performed by the Four Seasons, despite dancing to all of them through my life. Nor how close we were to never having any of those hits at all. If ever there was a story about persevering despite the odds, this is it.

    The performance is super slick, as if on wheels (which most of the set is), with a non-stop action pace...

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