Corruption costs European economy 120 billion euros a year

The Crime Museum Uncovered (9th Oct 15 to 10th Apr 16)

For the first time ever, never-before-seen-objects from the Metropolitan Police’s Crime Museum will go on public display in a major new exhibition opening at the Museum of London. Since its establi… Exhibitions in London this month – All In London

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Corruption costs European economy 120 billion euros a year

Winterville returns to Victoria Park with circus and ‘enchanted forest’ cinema

19:11 24 November 2015 Aimee Brannen View from the Ferris wheel at last year’s Winterville Archant A sprawling festive town filled with seasonal feasts, markets and entertainment has sprung up in Victoria Park for the second year running. Following the success of Winterville in 2014, the alternative festival – which describes itself as “the antithesis…

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Corruption costs European economy 120 billion euros a year

Mask Prize 2015 exhibition opens at the Saatchi Gallery in London

On Monday December 14, 2015 in London, the third exhibition of the Mask Prize was opened at the Saatchi Gallery. The private viewing was opened by the Kenyan Education Attaché Dr Margaret Lesuuda on behalf of the Kenyan High Commission. She said, “UNESCO’s Goals for the Development of Arts Education call to assure access to…

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Strangers On A Train, Gielgud Theatre, London, until February 22.

Strangers On A Train, Gielgud Theatre, London, until February 22.

Don’t do it. Just don’t ever do it. Don’t ever speak to anyone on public transport. Keep that British reserve intact. It’s there for a reason. And if you want to know that reason, dash up to London to catch Strangers On A Train before it completes its run, the perfect illustration of the horror…

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Graduate campaign group criticises Globe Theatre for offering unpaid internship

Graduate campaign group criticises Globe Theatre for offering unpaid internship

Intern Aware, a UK-based organisation which lobbies for what it terms ‘fair internships’, has called on the theatre in London’s South Bank to offer a salary for their recently advertised communications intern role. The job, which is being offered to university graduates on a four-day per week basis for three months, is unpaid. Benefits include…

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