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The Dandy Warhols at the O2: Brooklyn Bowl | Live review

The Dandy Warhols at the O2: Brooklyn Bowl
LIVE REVIEW

It’s hard to remember a time before ironic beards and fixed-gear bikes, but the hipster subculture perhaps only truly took hold in 2001, when an advert for a mobile phone network propelled The Dandy Warhols and their ode to the [read more]

Cody Simpson at IndigO2 | Live review

Cody Simpson at IndigO2
LIVE REVIEW

As the stage crew prep the equipment, blue neon lights dance over the expectant crowd. Camera phone flashes are going off and the screams of the fans are never more than a few seconds apart. Unsurprisingly, the audience is made up almost [read more]

Cirque du Soleil: Dralion opens at the 02 Arena | Review

Cirque du Soleil: Dralion opens at the 02 Arena
REVIEW

Dancers, acrobats, clowns and trapeze artists: Cirque du Soleil are performing at the O2 arena with new tour Dralion. The outstanding show, with its oriental influences, combines Chinese acrobatic arts with contemporary Western circus. [read more]

Johnny Mathis at the O2 Arena | Live review

Johnny Mathis at the O2 Arena
LIVE REVIEW

Old school soul with a twist of big band jazz and pop crooning: why wouldn’t that sound cool and elegant? Johnny Mathis brought his talent to The O2 last night with a stellar performance that sounded much younger and vibrant than him and [read more]

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Exposure at Imitate Modern | Exhibition review
Exposure at Imitate Modern

Located on Marylebone high street, Imitate Modern poses as a space where emerging artists are able to create a [read more]

New drug therapy provides hope for TB and HIV patients
New drug therapy provides hope for TB and HIV patients

A brand new combined-drug regimen revealed at the 20th International Aids Conference in Melbourne will allow for the [read more]

PM hosts UK’s first Girl Summit to end FGM and forced marriage
PM hosts UK’s first Girl Summit to end FGM and forced marriage

Prime minister David Cameron is holding Britain’s first Girl Summit to address the issues of female genital [read more]

In Lambeth at Southwark Playhouse | Theatre review
In Lambeth at Southwark Playhouse

With the American and French revolutions serving as a backdrop to this philosophical, political and religious play, [read more]

Dodos, book swapping and what we’ve lost: an interview with author Steve Stack
Dodos, book swapping and what we’ve lost: an interview with author Steve Stack

Steve Stack is the author of the joyful, ticklishly funny bolt down memory lane 21st Century Dodos. The book is a [read more]

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