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Giorgia on My Mind: 'China Now'

Engaging with the Chinese Cultural Power: Is the ‘Now’ motif rather than the ‘Then’ to matter? Giorgia Orlandi looks at the ‘China Now’ season taking place London wide, the largest festival on Chinese culture in the UK.

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Scottee at the Brit Awards

Photo by Fred Butler. 'Scottee backstage at the Brits'

No Time for hangovers! Scottee performs at the Brit Awards

In the words of wize Liza "you gotta ring them bells" - the quote has no relevance to my fun packed week but my itunes party shuffle has decided its what i should listen to while i tell you all about my exploits.

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Trixie Malicious on The Sonics

The Sonics & Le Beat Bespoke Festival
Report by Trixie Malicious ...

“Some people like water
Some people like wine
But I like the taste…
…Of straight Strychnine”

I adore the Sonics. As a professional go-go dancer, there are certain songs I keep folded up in the ventricles of my heart so that when I need them they are immediately on-hand to keep my energy up and keep me plugged in. The Witch is definitely one of those songs; it is an undeniable energy inducing, re-juicing song with a fervent pulse.

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Hussey's Riot: Secret Cinema's Fabien Riggall

Patrick Hussey meets Fabien Riggall from Future Shorts / Secret Cinema to talk rave culture, revolution and the ideal film

When you climb to the Future Shorts office, lodged at the very top of a ragged Soho stairwell, you are greeted by their red door and a curious sign.

‘This is the Future Shorts office. No prostitutes work here.’ It makes me wonder just what vetting process the staff go through and as a young woman opens the door I ask ‘Is that a joke?’ and point at the sign

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Eleanor Ivory Weber meets Rotozaza

Eleanor Ivory Weber meets Ant Hampton and Silvia Mercuriali from performance art company Rotozaza

Mind the gap. Because, according to Rotozaza, there is one. It’s the gap between the representational world and the real world, and this is what our lives are defined by.

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Agent Lynch, One Year On!

Wow it’s coming up to a year since I started performing and what a year it has been! I have been naughty about updating this blog. I end up writing long rambling emails to friends and not on here. Ooh hard to strike the balance between keeping it interesting and telling too much….

But here is what I can tell you. Everything has started to change since I was made redundant from my Ad Agency, which was a bit of a shock but actually a blessing in disguise. It just seems to have fast forwarded my decision to really go for Burlesque.

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