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Shake Out Hits Shoreditch

Shake the stress away this lunchtime! Shake Out – a new lunchtime event that promises more than a soggy sandwich (Shake Out – 4th September 2014 @ Village Underground, EC2. Drop in from 12.30pm – 3pm) A new lunchtime event opens in Shoreditch next month that promises to help busy city workers Shake Out the [...]
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Graffiti King “Seen” Exhibition Opera Gallery

Inspired by classic Marvel comic book super heroes/villains, graffiti legend, Seen, will have the opening of his latest exhibition tomorrow (20.06.14) at the Opera Gallery. Go down and check it out you square pants. Date : 20 June 2014 – 4th July 2014 Location: Opera Gallery, 134 New Bond Street, London, W1S 2TF. More Info 
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2014 FDC Young Designer Awards is now open!!!

London based Young Designers are invites to attend the FDC Young Designers Awards registration meeting. FDC Young Designer Awards invites creative and talented young people aged between 9-25 years to enter the FDC Young Designer Award and the FDC Young Designer Project. Winners will be given the opportunity to show a collection in New York [...]
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Londoners expect to get naked

LONDONERS EXPECT TO GET NAKED AT THE LONDON NAKED PAINTING PARTY MAY 25th 2014 London has birthed punk rock, hosted the Olympics, and boasts royalty, Bond, the Beatles, and Harry Potter. But what of NUDE BODY PAINTING? Now, we can safely add that to the list as Social Exposure, a New York City-based avant-garde events [...]
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The Monotonous Drum

Xwire Entertainment presents - The Monotonous Drum Written by: Sophie Porter – Directed by: Paul Shears 4 women, 1 mysogynist, 4 age groups and 1 urgent question… Originally a poem; The Monotonous Drum is a spoken-word, live, theatrical performance intercut with increasingly self-aware film projections, exploring political discrimination under the overarching question: “at what age are [...]
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50 Years of Motown

Stratford Circus and Peter Conway Management, a new partnership formed to promote international artists in the capital, are proud to announce that soul collective The Motown Sound will be performing live exclusively at the East London venue on 7th February. Under the musical directorship of award-winning guitarist and composer, Jamaican-born Ciyo Bro wn, this 9-piece [...]
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Street Feast – Hawker House

Oh it’s good to be back. Friday night dinner just didn’t feel the same without all that choice. Hawker House reopened last weekend, and it was great walking around with lots of new smells to get excited about. Last weekend’s guest trader Cheeky Italian made some new friends with his awesome beetroot and smoked mozzarella arancini balls. [...]
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World Cancer Day

Join us for a second year, as World Cancer Day comes to London’s Union Chapel on Monday 3rd February 2014. We present to you an intimate evening of live music and spoken word performance paying tribute to those who have lost their battle with cancer. An inspiring line up of musical acts covering songs by [...]
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Melting Pot at Shutterbug

After taking a mini hiatus during the festive season, Melting Pot returns to Shutterbug, one of Shoreditch’s best kept secrets. Once more, Resident DJ Mr Boogie a.k.a The Vinyl Junkie (Soulsa/Shoreditch Radio) will set up camp at this small cocktail bar & creperie and concoct a potpourri of Jazz, Funk, Latin, Disco & Tropical grooves [...]
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RELEASED 8TH APRIL ON MEMPHIS INDUSTRIES  Barbarossa AKA London based James Mathé has previously released music via the Fence Collective and toured as part of Jose Gonzales’ live band. His new material sees Mathé combine dusky electronics with folk and soul to startling effect. Making a virtue of minimalism, ‘The Load’ is a sparse and delicate ballad, undercut [...]
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