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Beyond Caring at The Yard Theatre

Beyond Caring is written by Alexander Zeldin through devising with the company. Performed by

Hayley Carmichael

Sean OíCallaghan

Victoria Moseley

Janet Etuk

Luke Clarke

Creative Team

Alexander Zeldin ñ Director

Natasha Jenkins ñ Designer

Tamara Moore ñ Producer

Josh Grigg ñ Sound Designer

Marc Williams ñ LX Designer

Grace Gummer ñ Assistant Director

Fringe jobs take centre stage at East End production

A thought provoking and challenging production, Beyond Caring is this week in the last few days of its run at The Yard Theatre, with a final performance on Saturday.

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Mila Falls

Great British Carnival singer Mila Falls on her early shyness and supporting Ringo Starr

Despite her flair for flamboyant outfits, singer Mila Falls’ start in the music industry was far from explosive.

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Peter Waterfield at the Orbit with school kids

Bow school children enjoy free healthy breakfast at Orbit

Local school kids enjoyed a free healthy breakfast at top heights of 115 metres at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park last week.

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Still from The Present Tense

Harnessing the power of storytelling in east London exhibition

Artist Edward Thomasson unveils his first solo exhibition at the Chisenhale Gallery this month and premieres his video The Present Tense.

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Mozzerella, a famous Italian export

Celebrate Italy’s best cuisine with three-day show in Brick Lane

The largest Italian gourmet food show, Bellavita, is to premier in the UK on July 19.

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Pupils from St Angela’s Ursuline School backstage at Step LIVE! at Sadler's Wells (Pic: Mark Lees)

Forest Gate dancers perform at Sadler’s Wells

Dancers from a Forest Gate school performed at the prestigious Sadler’s Wells.

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People enjoying visions

Music, art and food festival is coming back for a second year to thrill East End

Returning for its second year, the celebrated Visions festival will hit venues across east London on August 2.

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Formiddable Vegetable Sound System

Turnip the volume at east London gig

A band with a message to spread are coming to east London’s Lovebox Festival to entertain audiences with their unique sound.

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Texting in a hurry

East london businessman’s perspective of fleeting world around us

A Canary Wharf businessman has marked his re-emergence into a creative career with a photographic exhibition.

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Mary Kelly Dust Jacket

East London killer Jack the Ripper ‘really a woman’: theory mooted in novel

A book has brought a radical theory about the real Jack the Ripper into the spotlight again as it re-launches in electronic format.

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Giulio Paolini ESSERE O NO ESSERE Macro - Roma a cura di Bartolomeo Pietromarchi

Paolini showcase in east London is first for 30 years

One of the most influential figures in conceptual art is showcasing his work for the first time in more than 30 years this July.

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Still from Dermaphoria

Lovebox founder brings New Orleans love letter to East End

DJ, filmmaker and founder of east London’s biggest music festival Lovebox, Ross Clarke, has just launched his new film Dermaphoria which premiered at the East London Film Festival.

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Nelson Primary School in rehearsal for Nick Allen and Brooke Laing’s production of The Rainforest musical.  The premiere performance including over a thousand children from Newham schools will open the Copper Box Arena Schools’ Festival of Music and Performing Arts.”

East London pupils ready to rise to the occasion

Thousands of children are taking part in Newham’s largest inter-school music event on July 11.

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The Last Days of Limehouse

Discover the first Chinatown in east London play

A journey into the original Chinatown’s forgotten past makes its stage debut this summer at Limehouse Town Hall.

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Aware Nane Putane

Bethnal Green festival shows there’s much more to Brazil than just football

Brazilian-themed festival at Rich Mix, Jogo Bola, is set to continue throughout July with additional events celebrating the culture of the region.

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Anais Alvarado and John Askew

Golden age of Weimar Berlin comes to east London

An adaptation of Christopher Isherwood’s autobiography is premiering at The Space in Westferry Road this week.

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Rooftop Film Club

Stratford car park becomes rooftop cinema

A former car park in Stratford has been transformed into the setting for Rooftop Film Club’s latest venture.

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Of Saints and Go-Go Boys

Hedonists lost in the pleasuredome at east London theatre

A provocative performance exploring the world of outsiders and sinners is coming to Toynbee Studios in Commercial Street.

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Rastamouse

Get rockin’ with Rastamouse and Crew at Stratford Circus

Crime-fighting, reggae-loving CBeebies star Rastamouse is coming to Stratford Circus, with his band Da Easy Crew, in a lively show that promises to delight children and parents.

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Rooftop Crowd

Recreate idyllic childhood summers on an East End rooftop

Trendy Shoreditch venue, the Queen of Hoxton, is recreating childhood summers with a series of unique workshops and events.

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A Midsummer Night's Dream

Free shows to thrill audiences at Canary Wharf

This summer Canary Wharf will host a free programme of outdoor productions for the whole family.

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Shape Gallery

Pop-up gallery in Stratford promotes work by disabled

A new pop-up art gallery has added culture to the shops and restaurants of Westfield Stratford City.

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Tim Hunter

Prog to meet pop when duo bring musical mix to east London theatre

An eclectic mix of progressive rock and pop music is coming to The Space next week to enchant fans of the prog genre and embrace new listeners.

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Rich Mix World Cup

Bethnal Green’s Rich Mix shows every World Cup match live

Football fans can get their fix of the beautiful game at Rich Mix, where every match of the 2014 FIFA World Cup is being screened live.

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Angelic Tales

Stimulating stories from the margins performed in Stratford

Emerging playwrights have created hard-hitting contemporary material which promises to challenge and stimulate audiences in Stratford.

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Quincy, stand-up comedian

Comedy trip back in time for stand-up Quincy in Stratford

Back for another evening of side-splitting laughs, Quincy’s Comedy Lounge promises to keep audiences giggling at Stratford Circus this Sunday.

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Grove Park Hall, Harold Steggles

East London Painters Group’s historic works in Bow exhibition

A group of east London painters which flourished in the early 20th century is being celebrated in a new exhibition.

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Fitzrovia Radio Show

Cult show at docklands music hall relives golden age of wireless entertainment

The nostalgia of Wilton’s Music Hall is lending itself to a critically acclaimed performance for one night only this Saturday.

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Number90

East London festival returns for weekend

A three-day festival of music, art and locally sourced food returns to Number 90, Hackney Wick’s constantly evolving multi-disciplinary venue today.

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Children enjoying Uluzuzulalia

Do amazing things with your voice at Spitalfields event

An exciting and interactive children’s show featuring cutting edge voice technology is coming to Spitalfields Festival in June.

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Linda Lewis

Singer has fond memories of her childhood days in the East End

One of Britain’s most acclaimed singer/songwriters is returning to the London stage.

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London-based band Teleman will play at Secret Garden Party this July

Introducing Teleman, the London four-piece set to storm Secret Garden Party

You might not have heard of London-based four-piece Teleman yet. But in the coming months, when the band will release their debut album Breakfast and perform at popular festival the Secret Garden Party, all that is bound to change.

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Music See all

Gramercy Arms - The Seasons Of Love

Album review: Gramercy Arms - The Seasons Of Love

Considered, refined and varied adult pop from this mongrel NY band.

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Arts See all

Beyond Caring at The Yard Theatre

Beyond Caring is written by Alexander Zeldin through devising with the company. Performed by

Hayley Carmichael

Sean OíCallaghan

Victoria Moseley

Janet Etuk

Luke Clarke

Creative Team

Alexander Zeldin ñ Director

Natasha Jenkins ñ Designer

Tamara Moore ñ Producer

Josh Grigg ñ Sound Designer

Marc Williams ñ LX Designer

Grace Gummer ñ Assistant Director

Fringe jobs take centre stage at East End production

A thought provoking and challenging production, Beyond Caring is this week in the last few days of its run at The Yard Theatre, with a final performance on Saturday.

Read full story »

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Drake has cancelled his Wireless London performance (Photo by Theo Wargo/Getty Images for ESPN)

Fans devastated after Drake cancels Wireless London festival

Rapper Drake has pulled out of his headline appearances at this weekend’s Wireless Festival in London, leaving fans devastated.

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