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Angie Quinn
Birkbeck College, University of London

Journalism and Media BA graduate, now studying a gold standard NCTJ award. As featured in The Sun, The Culture Trip, The News Shopper, The Brighton and Hove Independent, Groupon, General Election stringer for Sky News and all-round writer for The National Student. Lover of cityscapes and the arts.

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Straight out of London’s West End, the Mischief Theatre are gracing stages across the UK with their award winning comedy, directed by Adam Meggido.

Theatre Review: Peter Pan Goes Wrong @ The Orchard Theatre, Dartford

Straight out of London’s West End, the Mischief Theatre are gracing stages across the UK with their award winning comedy, directed by Adam Meggido.

Award winning show The Car Man returns to the stage.

Matthew Bourne is back with The Car Man

Award winning show The Car Man returns to the stage.

When considering the great black music artists today, Sam Cooke is often overlooked, but arguably he is the greatest and most influential of them all.

Why Sam Cooke Matters

When considering the great black music artists today, Sam Cooke is often overlooked, but arguably he is the greatest and most influential of them all.

Steeped in the collective history of blues, Britpop, beat and 60s RnB, The Theme draw a line between The Jam, Oasis and Ocean Colour Scene.

Hear This: The Theme - Hits The Sky

Steeped in the collective history of blues, Britpop, beat and 60s RnB, The Theme draw a line between The Jam, Oasis and Ocean Colour Scene.

If you’re naive to the history of Russia you might feel intimidated by the latest offer from South London’s Brockley Jack Studio Theatre - a production of Pushkin’s Boris Godunov, presented by Ballast Theatre and directed by Scott Le Crass and Sean Turner.

Theatre Review: Boris Godunov @ The Jack Studio Theatre, Brockley

If you’re naive to the history of Russia you might feel intimidated by the latest offer from South London’s Brockley Jack Studio Theatre - a production of Pushkin’s Boris Godunov, presented by Ballast Theatre and directed by Scott Le Crass and Sean Turner.

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