Jack and the Beanstalk
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December 13 2013 Latest news:
Parents with young children are in for a treat as two of the country’s most renowned theatre companies bring their work to Stratford Circus this month.
Rising star Ashley Gerlach certainly made his mark in this year’s panto but I have to say, in my view, the old and new Dames stole the show.
Art collections are always prized possessions but there is an added rareness when the stories depicted give a feel of life during the war.
With Sherlock Holmes appearing on film and television in recent years, it makes sense that his story would be brought to the theatre.
Wonder through Toynbee Hall and you can take a step back in time and see the social history of London’s East End come alive all around you.
Mobo award winning and Mercury Nominated Soweto Kinch returns to Bethnal Green for his final London show of 2013.
Just as pantomimes have become an essential part of Christmas, so Dames have become an intergral part of a successful production.
Thousands of Doctor Who fans heard how the 50th anniversary episode of the show had set a new Guinness World Record today.
You would be forgiven for thinking that London’s ExCel Centre is somehow bigger on the inside than the outside when you realise quite how many Doctor Who fans have descended upon the venue for this weekend’s 50th anniversary celebration.
Shoppers at Beckton’s Gallion’s Reach Shopping Park got into the Christmas spirit early at the weekend as they were joined by the cast of Jack and the Beanstalk.
Not even a sonic screwdriver could get you into the Doctor Who 50th anniversary celebration at the ExCeL centre as tickets have completely sold out.
There are those who feel produding art is torture. Now, those who have suffered torture will be auctioning their work alongside art produced by the likes of Hockney.
Arts students at the University of East London showcased their talents with a winter festival of performances.
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