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Sanctuary @ Cabourne Parva, Lincolnshire – Friday, October 31 | Events

  For its second successive year, acting group The Earth Bound Misfits founded in 1997 will once again meet the eerie delights of Cabourne Parva, an 18th century farm house area located in Lincolnshire. This year’s Halloween event is going by the name Sanctuary, and its interactive spooky shenanigans will include: one self solely trying to survive the zombie mass[…]

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Hendo Hover Raises Over £250,000 To Create First Real Hoverboard | Inspiration

  Okay, it isn’t here in the way that you can go down the local toy shop and pick one up, but over at Hendo Hover, they have made the technology for a hoverboard and tested it. Hendo Hover raised the money via kickstarter and claim they have made a working hoverboard (as well as other smaller pieces such as[…]

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Banksy Mural ‘Art Buff’ Vandalised (Oh The Irony) | Arts

  Yes you read the headline right… The elusive street artist Banksy had his latest mural situated in Folkestone, Kent, vandalized with a crude drawing of a penis. As part of the Triennial Festival last month, the artist had made a stencil mural of an old woman staring down on an empty plinth. The artwork known as ‘Art Buff’ was[…]

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‘Zarascasket’ By Damilola K Fashola @ Paddington Arts Centre – Friday, November 21 | Events

  Having won New Heritage Theatre’s ‘Scratch Nights 2014’, Damilola K Fashola’s theatre play Zarascasket is coming to the Paddington Arts Centre for two dates in November. Described as a “haunting tale”, Zarascasket will be showing on Friday, November 21 and Saturday, November 22, at Paddington Arts Centre, and will be looking to challenge the whimsical, fairytale-affiliated perception of the[…]

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New Secrets Uncovered Within Da Vinci’s ‘Lady With An Ermine’ Painting | Arts

  Leonardo Da Vinci the inventor, sculptor, architect, musician, mathematician, engineer, anatomist, geologist, artist (the list goes on and on) is renowned for works such as the Mona Lisa, The Last Supper, and of course The Vitruvian Man. But recently this week it has been revealed that his painting Lady With An Ermine is not what it seems.   Da[…]

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