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Royal Opera House To Broadcast ‘Romeo And Juliet’ Live In 16 Locations Across UK | Arts

  Royal Opera House is coming back for this summer with another incredible programme of BP Big Screens in 16 location across UK. In less than a month, everyone can enjoy free culture on their doorstep when the Royal Opera House projects Romeo and Juliet by The Royal Ballet.   If you are in the capital, bring a picnic and your[…]

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The Festival Of Latin American Women In The Arts Comes To London | Culture

  The Festival of Latin American Women in the Arts (FLAWA) will be held around a range of venues in London next week, between May 15 and 19. The aim of the festival is to highlight and spread the awareness of women from Latin America in film, music, literature and arts through multiple events.   London is well known to be[…]

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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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