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Tweets from Tahrir

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By Katie Keeble in New Products on Friday 17 June 2011

This incredible fast-paced account from on the ground demonstrators in Tahrir Square during Egypt’s revolution reveals the emotions, thoughts and feelings of ordinary people standing up for what they believe in. A truly exciting time for the people of Egypt and everyone supporting them around the world. One message is that we hold the power […]

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Untold Songs Volume 1 for Amnesty International UK

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By Katie Keeble in New Events on Friday 10 June 2011

In anticipation of the Untold Songs launch party on June 11 in London, this compilation of soul and spoken word artists is raising money in conjunction with Amnesty International for its Stop Violence Against Women campaign. Featuring a breadth of female musicians, and curated by Belle, the music has a diverse range — from the […]

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Bruce Davidson’s stunning portraits of real life

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By Katie Keeble in New Photography on Saturday 4 June 2011

Photographic images by Bruce Davidson capture the essence of life spanning the late fifties and sixties to today. This is a beautiful retrospective of a creative and imaginative mind.

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Exhibition about New York art scene during the 1970s

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By Katie Keeble in New Events on Friday 27 May 2011

This exhibition at Barbican, London, about the New York art scene, during the 1970s was literally a nugget of history. Thoroughly mesmerising, inspiring and evocative, the ideas being explored are still as powerful as they were at the time they were made. I loved the dimensions and multiplicity of forms, a truly interdisciplinary exhibition spanning […]

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Pina: a new 3D dance theatre film by Wim Wenders

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By Katie Keeble in New Film on Friday 20 May 2011

Pina by Wim Wenders is a 3D dance theatre film about the life and work of pioneering German artist Pina Bausch and her company, Tanztheatre Wuppertal Pina Bausch. This is a perfect introduction to Pina’s work, as well as a delight for returning admirers, with stunning images and movement vocabulary. We are immersed into the […]

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