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Gin, Cocktails & The World Cup @ 214 Bermondsey – Saturday, June 14 | Events

  So another four years has passed and the country is about to enter football mania once again with the start of the World Cup and with games on every day, it will be hard to miss the craziness. Of course every one likes to get involved and support their country but if crowded and rowdy pubs are something you[…]

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Farmfest 2014 @ Gilcombe Farm, Somerset – August 1 – 2 | Events

  The incredibly fresh and fun Farmfest is returning for a 9th edition of good music, good causes and good times. The festival is taking place at Gilcombe farm in Somerset for a full two days of music, food and activities on the 1st and 2nd of August. The organisers of this festival started Farmfest as a party for friends[…]

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Taruwa Festival Presents ‘The Engagement’ By Sefi Atta @ Terra Kulture, Lagos – Wednesday, June 4 | Events

  This Wednesday, June 4, the second edition of Taruwa Festival kicks off at Terra Kulture in Lagos, with a play written by award-winning Author and playwright Sefi Atta. Titled The Engagement, the play is all about a family that is at odds on the day of their daughter’s engagement ceremony. The beauty of this production is that it will[…]

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Luke Newman & Bridget Minamore To Headline ‘BoxedIN’ @ Boxpark – Tuesday, May 27 | Events

  That’s right everyone its nearly that time again, the guys at BoxedIN HQ are getting everything sorted to bring you lot an amazing end of exams special. The next BoxedIN is taking place on May 29th at the usual house of Boxpark in Shoreditch. The open mic sign up starts at 7pm and things kick off at 7.30pm.  […]

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Kevin Mandry’s ‘Flowers of the Field’ @ White Bear Theatre – June 24 – July 13 | Events

  Flowers of the Field is a brand new play that tells an old story. The story that unravels is the beautiful story of the search for the roots of English music through the nearly lost folk songs of England. It is being told in this new unique and extremely interesting play by Kevin Mandry, directed by David Cottis.  […]

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