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    25th Anniversary Of Aladdin

    This year is the 25th Anniversary of Disney’s classic, Aladdin. To celebrate ONIN.London visited the Prince Edward Theatre to see this live action musical be brought to life. Before the show, we spent the evening at the Union Club reading about the history of the London. It really got us in the mood to see Aladdin, especially with the free flowing mojitos! Arriving at the theatre, the atmosphere was electric. People were excited to see Aladdin and we were among them. Checking out the gift shop and finding the items were reasonably priced we pretty much brought one of everything.…

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    Contractions Review

    Mike Bartlett’s play Contractions was first seen at London’s Royal Court in 2008 (starting off as a radio play before that). The latest adaptation, directed by Paula Garfield, is now showing in a disused trading floor near Warren Street station. A collaboration between Deafinitely Theatre (the UK’s leading deaf theatre company) and the New Diorama, it is a site-specific ninety minute piece that incorporates sign language. This powerful two-hander revolves around new recruit, Emma, trying to progress within ‘the company’ whilst secretly sleeping with one of her colleagues. Relationships with co-workers are forbidden and Emma’s attempts to deflect and deny…

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    Star Review

    Star’- a dramatic monologue on the life of an iconic 18th Century actor. When: Sundays 19 and 26 November, 3 and 10 December, 4pm and 6pm How much: £25 Palimpcest Productions return to Dr Johnson’s House with ‘Star’, a monologue delivered amid the exhibition ‘Johnson and Garrick: A Friendship in Constant Repair’. Both are part of the celebrations of the 300th anniversary of David Garrick’s birth. David Garrick came to London to seek renown as an actor- at which he excelled to the point of redefining the occupation. To quote his friend, mentor, and our absent host for the evening,…

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    Ask Italian Are Bringing Festive Cheer To Your Drinks

    ASK Italian, one of the UK’s leading restaurant brands, announces the launch of its new Disco Cocktail Sippers – cocktails served in mini disco balls, available in all restaurants this festive season. Set to be the most ‘Instagramable’ drinks this Christmas, Disco Sippers provide the perfect excuse to get together with friends and toast the festive season and adds a little extra sparkle for those looking to make their social media feeds gleam! Customers looking to get into the party spirit can upgrade any* standard cocktail for just £2.00 to have their drink served in a shiny disco ball, and…

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    CENTRAL SAINT MARTINS EXHIBITION Some Like It Hot – Textiles and Jewellery

    ‘Some Like it Hot’ showcases the research and practice of staff from the jewellery and textiles design programme at Central St Martins. The diverse range of work is curated through the perspective of temperatures required to fabricate materials hence the name of the exhibition ‘Some Like It Hot’. Designing and crafting textiles and jewellery encompasses transformative processes, which often need to be executed at specific temperatures. This exhibition explores the new ways of making jewellery, textiles and material and reveals the cutting edge techniques of today’s contemporary practice. Go check out their new decorative textile productions, abstract 3D layered fabrics…