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Arts & Culture
Attic Books expands The Beat magazine, Summer 2013  If you’re an Attic Books regular, you are used to seeing curiosities in the front display windows or tucked among the bookshelves.... >> Jeans ‘n Classics rock on. The Beat magazine, Fall 2012 When you hear “Jeans ‘n Classics” do you automatically think “Orchestra London?” The two organizations successfully melded rock and orchestral music for so many years that many Londoners don’t realize they are separate entities ... >> A Batty Farce  The Beat magazine, February 2012 Opera lovers are in for a comedic treat when UWOpera stages Strauss’ Die Fledermaus ... >> Cultural Development  The Beat magazine, February 2012 The London Arts Council has teamed up with two local organizations to help artists better promote themselves and their work ... >> Culture Days  The Beat magazine, September 2011 When you think of culture what springs to mind? It may be theatre, orchestra, opera or galleries ... >> My Passion: Mike Tompkins , Musician and producer.  London Citylife, Fall 2011 I’ve always been surrounded by music.  When I was growing up both my parents sang in the church choir, and I started beatboxing when I was eight ... >> An Evening with the Stars The Beat magazine, July 2011 The art of female impersonation comes to Aeolian Hall ... >> Gathering Threads The Beat magazine, cover story, May 2011 A celebration of fibre and community:  What do you get when you bring weavers and spinners, lacers and tatters, quilters and knitters, beaders and rug hookers together for three days?  ... >> My Favourite Thing: Penn Kemp, London’s Poet Laureate  London Citylife, Spring 2011 I’m sitting in my childhood bedroom, now my office, looking out of the window into my greenhouse. Wally Duffield The Beat magazine, April 2011 A life of volunteering in the arts  ... >> Street wear meets art at Apocalypse  The Beat magazine, January 2011 Part fashion apparel store, part art gallery, Apocalypse is “all about self-expression”  ... >> Showing art some love  The Beat magazine, November 2010 Celebrate. Engage. Invest. London Arts Council hopes the heART logo will raise Londoners’ awareness of arts & culture ... >> A Grand season of adventure  The Beat magazine, October 2010 Light, bright and adventurous. The sums up the coming season at the Grand Theatre  ... >> My Favourite Thing: Jake Levesque, Musician and Actor  London Citylife, Sepember 2010 My Gibson guitar is one of my favourite things. I bought it from a friend when I was eighteen  ... >> Native Harvest Festival & Pow Wow  The Beat magazine, September 2010 The Museum of Archeology fuses an annual harvest festival and a traditional pow wow into one large community event  ... >> Sunday on the square   The Beat magazine, July 2010 On Sunday afternoons, all summer, artists showcase their original work outside Covent Garden Market  ... >> Diana Panton  The Beat magazine, May 2010 Emerging jazz vocalist Diana Panton comes to London’s Aeolian Hall  ... >> Old East renaisssance  The Beat magazine, cover story, December 2009 Revitalizing an inner city neighbourhood is no easy feat, but thanks to a strong cultural community, London’s Old East Village is gradually becoming a destination for people with an interest in the arts  ... >> The Laramie Project: Ten Years Later The Beat magazine, October 2009 (premiere issue) In October 1998 the world turned its eyes to the town of Laramie, Wyoming after 21 year-old Matthew Shepard was beaten, tortured, tied to a fence and left to die on the outskirts of town  ... >> Poetic Justice  (Poetry Slam) London Citylife, August/September 2009 Taking rhyme from page to stage, poetry slam incites a war of the words  ... >> Leap of faith  London Citylife, June/July 2009 Jumping from club to church, Article One may be the best known band you’ve never heard of   ... >> My Passion: David Long, Board President, London Community Players  London Citylife, December 2008 I’ve always been involved in theatre, both on stage and behind the scenes  ... >> My Passion: Adam Guthrie, Bellissima Bell Ringers London Citylife, August/September 2008
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