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London Culture

THE TWO WORLDS OF CHARLIE F COMES TO RICHMOND

The Two Worlds of Charlie F is a remarkable new production telling the stories of ex-servicemen and women – opening in Richmond this month

Jude Kelly Artistic Director of the Southbank Centre

JUDE KELLY: LEADING THE SOUTHBANK CENTRE

Southbank Centre’s Artistic Director Jude Kelly is a cultural tour de force. We discover what’s next for the leading SE1 institution

Chiswick Antenatal Classes

CHISWICK ANTENATAL CLASSES

Antenatal Teacher, Amber In der Rieden and Breastfeeding Counsellor, Rachel Bryant launched chiswickantenatalclasses.co.uk last year. Both are highly trained, and support hundreds of families each year through antenatal classes, breastfeeding support, baby massage and introduction to solids workshops Chiswick Antenatal Classes provide small group or private courses from their family homes and, as Amber comments, […]

Bastille's lead singer Dan Smith

BASTILLE’S DAN SMITH: ‘IT ALL BEGAN IN SW LONDON’

Sometimes a band comes along that captures the spirit of the moment, tapping into popular culture whilst managing to bring with it something fresh and exciting. Bastille is most definitely one of those bands. Where some acts spend years trying to get themselves noticed, Bastille – named after the historic French Bastille Day that songwriter […]

Sam Scott Thomas and Bertie Portal of Painthouse Clapham

SAM SCOTT THOMAS AND BERTIE PORTAL

Sam Scott Thomas and Bertie Portal of Painthouse in Clapham talk charity work, gruelling fundraising challenges, and busy family life

Benedict Cumberbatch interview The Resident

BENEDICT CUMBERBATCH ON HIS SCREAMING FANS

Benedict Cumberbatch waxes lyrical about worldwide attention, parental concerns and a fondness for his Northwest London bubble

Mojo actor Daniel Mays

HOW DANIEL MAYS NEVER LOST HIS MOJO

Theatre and television star Daniel Mays tells us about his West End play Mojo, life in East Finchley, and his rather fetching moustache

Gwilym Lee

WHY GWILYM LEE IS ONE TO WATCH

Gwilym Lee will be returning to the stage that made his name – and he tells us why a starring role in Midsomer Murders fits right in

Mathew Horne rehearsing The Pride

MATHEW HORNE COMES TO RICHMOND THEATRE

Fans of Gavin and Stacey should expect to find a very different side to Mathew Horne around town this month, discovers Will Gore

BARNES’ OLYMPIC STUDIO REOPENS AS CINEMA

South West London’s legendary Olympic Sound Studios has reopened in Barnes as a two-screen cinema, complete with restaurant and members’ bar

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