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A Special Brunch With Artist Nick Gentry At The Opera Gallery This Sunday | Arts

  Mayfair’s Opera Gallery will be hosting a brunch and exclusive pop-up exhibition of Nick Gentry’s stunning art on Sunday, April 14. It will be a special event where you can go and have your selfie painted onto a vinyl sleeve by the London artist, who is famous for creating art from obsolete technology including old floppy disks, CDs and VHS[…]

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Camden’s New Festival ‘Wonderfest Rooftop’ Is Coming With The Spring | Culture

  With the good and warm weather comes the season of the festivals. This year FEST Camden will be populated with an open air cinema, DJs, a botanical canopy and Prosecco popsicles, with an exclusive rooftop experience – ​Wonderfest Rooftop​.   The rooftop celebrates a rich history of iconic festivals all over the world with a fully transformed roof garden[…]

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The Duchess Of Sussex Speaks At International Women Day’s Panel | Culture

  This afternoon, Meghan Markle was part of a panel at King’s College London for International Women’s Day, alongside a skilled group of women such as Annie Lennox (The Circle NGO’s founder), Adwoa Aboah (Gurls Talk founder), Julia Gillard (Global Institute for Women’s Leadership chair), Chrisann Jarrett (Let Us Learn founder), and Angeline Murimirwa (executive director of Camfed).   The Duchess[…]

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Spotify Gets Serious About Podcasts | Culture

    In a bold move in acquiring Gimlet Media and Anchor, Spotify is putting its best foot forward to become the home of podcasts.   Gimlet Media is a giant podcasting start-up, producing series like Homecoming (Oscar Isaac, David Schwimmer, Katherine Keener) which has now been adapted for Amazon Prime led by Julia Roberts. Spotify has also obtained exclusive[…]

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A New Banksy Painting Has Been Confirmed In Wales | Culture

  The two-sided painting by Banksy was confirmed today as he uploaded a picture of the work to his website.   The painting itself has a double meaning, with one side of the wall appearing to be an innocent drawing of a child enjoying the winter snow, however turning the corner, we see that the image has a far more[…]

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