Mbilla Arts Drumming Workshop

Mbilla Arts is based in Walthamstow in East London and provides performances and workshops in West African drumming and dance, storytelling, drama and visual arts. Links: website | facebook | youtube | instagram | twitter See more artists from Lake of Stars

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Biram Seck

The son of a gawlo (minstrel caste) player of an indigenous guitar called the xalam, Senegalese singer and songwriter Biram Seck has a voice truly unique for it’s raw husky quality and deep emotion. Biram’s people, the Wolof, dwell along the coast of West Africa and have had much experience over the centuries in encountering […]

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Lake of Stars

The Lake of Stars Project runs an award-winning festival that takes place in the Warm Heart of Africa, on the palm-fringed shores of Lake Malawi. In March 2018 they brought their sound of Africa to London’s east end with events across 8 sites in Walthamstow, E17. Lake of Stars London showcased contemporary live music, DJs, poetry, […]

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Sherrie Hewson

Benidorm actor Sherrie Hewson (Joyce Temple-Savage, the long-suffering manager of the Solana Hotel) became the latest celeb to take to the leather sofa and judge G-A-Y porn Idol, the weekly amateur strip night at Heaven nightclub. She seemed to have a whale of a time as she whittled down the 10 contestants to 2 for […]

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The Big Half

The inaugural Vitality Big Half was won by Sir Mo Farah today in 61:40 in a thrilling sprint for the line. The four-time Olympic champion worked hard in the closing mile of the race to hold off Kenya’s Daniel Wanjiru, who finished several metres behind Farah in 61:43, with Great Britain’s Callum Hawkins third in […]

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Alexandra Burke

Alexandra Burke added to her tight schedule after BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing and ahead of her starring role in Chess as she gave an electric performance at London’s G-A-Y club on Saturday to promote her latest track ‘Shadow’. Flaunting her svelte pins in a bold leotard, the newly-engaged star was welcomed with love and supported […]

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National Student Pride 2018

National Student Pride daytime festival with Pride.Careers Fair, live music stage, LGBT Homelessness discussion panel, #BeyondTheBinary panel, Evan Davis & Courtney Act interview and so much more.

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Louise

Louise Redknapp, professionally known as Louise, is an English singer and media personality. She was a member of Eternal, an R&B girl group which debuted in 1993 with their quadruple-platinum studio album Always & Forever. In 1995, Redknapp departed the group for a solo career, in which she released the platinum-selling albums Naked (1996), Woman In Me (1997) and Elbow Beach (2000). Redknapp has sold over […]

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Visual Storytelling with VII in Barcelona

Caption: An all girls group of Young Communist League members walks past a statue of Chairman Mao Zedong in front of the Yan’an Revolutionary Memorial Hall in Yan’an, China on Nov. 7, 2009. Yan’an is promoted as the “Revolutionary Holy Land” and offers a number of museums, monuments and other “Red Tourism” sites supported by […]

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X Factor Winners: Rak-Su

Rak-Su is a British boy band from Watford who won the fourteenth series of The X Factor. The group is made up of friends Ashley Fongo, Jamaal Shurland, Mustafa Rahimtulla and Myles Stephenson. After winning the show they released their winners single, the original song “Dimelo”, which featured Naughty Boy and Wyclef Jean. The song […]

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5 Instagram Lessons from Magnum Photographers

USA. New York City, NY. 2014. Cherries spilled on crosswalk. © Christopher Anderson | Magnum Photos Three Magnum Photographers weigh in on Instagram and how to embrace it. As part of an ongoing pursuit of delving into the practices of Magnum photographers, Magnum has asked David Alan Harvey, Christopher Anderson and Matt Stuart to share their views on using Instagram, […]

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The Drag Calendar 2018

The Admiral Duncan are proud to present The Drag Calendar 2018 in aid of The Food Chain. Photographed exclusively by Chris Jepson, and starring many of the regular artistes that grace The Admiral Duncan stage, (if you look closely you might even spot manager Karl in his first professional drag shoot) as well as lots […]

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