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    RumFest Returns!!

    Following 2020’s successful virtual event, RumFest is back and in person for 2021 as part of London Rum Week. RumFest will take place on 16th October 2021 and is bigger than ever. RumFest is being held at the ILEC Conference Centre in Earl’s Court. Sessions will last from 12-4pm and 5-9pm and will feature tastings, exhibitions, seminars and demonstrations from both new and established distillers and blenders from the world of rum. Guests will also enjoy Carnival Time, with live music and dancing, and exciting food traders will complete the line-up, offering delicious snacks and meals as well as food…

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    HOW BREAKING EMERGED FROM HIP HOP CULTURE TO GLOBAL COMPETITIVE STAGE

    BC One All-Star, Roxrite poses for a portrait at Red Bull BC One Cypher at Warehouse Live in Houston, TX on August 14, 2021. As the world’s best breakers head to Poland this November for the Red Bull BC One World Championship Final 2021, fans celebrate the return of the world’s biggest one-on-one breaking competition. Entrants stem from over 60 qualifier events across 30 countries, with the best of the best breakers competing to make it on to the World Stage. The breakdancing competition will see 16 b-boys and 16 b-girls come together in the picturesque city of Gdańsk on…

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    The Revlon Girl Comes To Bob Hope Theatre

    On 21st October 1966, in the Welsh mining village of Aberfan, the ‘tips’, essentially man-made hills of discarded coal waste, collapsed, sliding down onto the village below, killing 144 people in just a handful of minutes. The avalanche struck Pantglas Junior School, demolishing and engulfing the classrooms. 109 children and 5 teachers were killed. Set 8 months after the Aberfan Disaster, The Revlon Girl tells the deeply human story of a group of bereaved mothers who met every week, in a function room above the local hotel to talk, cry and even laugh. At one of their meetings, they secretly…

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    What’s happening in King’s Cross for London Design Festival

    King’s Cross is hosting an exciting, fun filled scheduled of installations and events for London Design Festival. Visitors will be able to explore and discover new contemporary designs, interactive exhibitions and thought-provoking activations. There will be an array of workshops on offer, events and opportunities to meet your favourite designer. Below is a taster of what you can find in King’s Cross Wolf & Badger – workshops You will find a number of sustainable British designers and concessions focusing on homeware and interiors, alongside sessions with forward-thinking ethical creators. Look out for live drawing with Johanna Fleming and Jimbob, customized…

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    Poke House Launch With Free Tattoos!

    ON Saturday September 18, Brits can get a free tattoo from some of the nation’s most famous tattoo artists when they get a poke bowl from Poke House, which will also be free on the day. Not only that, if they commit to getting a tattoo of the Poke House logo, they’ll receive free poke for life. This comes as internationally renowned chain, Poke House, opens its first UK restaurant, in London’s Notting Hill – bringing Californian soul and Hawaiian taste to the capital – and is inviting its first wave of customers to rep the Cali-lifestyle with them, with more than 100 free tattoo…