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Saturday 25th October 2014

Selina Ditta

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Banaz: A Love Story captivates London audience

Banaz: A Love Story captivates London audience

There was an air of importance at Free Word in Farringdon last night; women’s rights groups, the Metropolitan Police, councillors and members of the public came together to remember Banaz Mahmod. In association with Article 19 and [read more]

Smart landline becomes a priority for the perfect home

Smart landline becomes a priority for the perfect home

Living in the digital age, our enhanced communication is more important than ever. It affects all aspects of our life whether it’s relaxing at home or influencing our careers, as more people are choosing to work from home. This week it [read more]

National Doodle Day: celebrity art for sale

National Doodle Day: celebrity art for sale

Imagine owning a piece of celebrity art; art that is donated to an auction, where the money goes towards a good cause. With over 1,000 personalities in total contributing, the National Doodle Day initiative began ten years ago to raise [read more]

Monthly competitions for poker fans

Monthly competitions for poker fans

If you are a poker player, there are new interesting websites popping up constantly offering different opportunities of play. Some sites offer the social experience of joining tournaments for virtual money. These games have proved popular [read more]

The movement from free social gaming to playing for real money online

The movement from free social gaming to playing for real money online

A growing number of online sites are letting users compete for real money in multiplayer games and tournaments. Facebook, which has a significant gaming audience, has reached agreements with gambling companies to begin offering real-money [read more]

Hospital admissions for stress rise in the UK

Hospital admissions for stress rise in the UK

Stress is the biggest cause of sickness in the UK and is a trigger for other conditions, including heart attacks, immune system disorders, mental illness, depression, anxiety and suicide. Yet many people suffer stress at work and are [read more]

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The Wet House at the Soho | Theatre review
The Wet House at the Soho

Paddy Campbell’s 2013 collaboration with Live Theatre and Max Roberts, The Wet House this year turns southwards from [read more]

Caribou – Our Love | Album review
Caribou – Our Love

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The Rivals at the Arcola | Theatre review
The Rivals at the Arcola

Comparing 18th century comic drama to its purely chronological predecessors in Shakespeare, Marlowe and Jonson is much [read more]

Johnny Marr at Brixton Academy | Live review
Johnny Marr at Brixton Academy

On 6th October Playland, the second solo album from Manchurian guitarist-turned-singer Johnny Marr was released to [read more]

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