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Loire Bucket List

Throughout the month of June, Loire Valley Wines calls upon all you urban adventurers to discover a different side of London with the Loire Bucket List's self-guided routes, taking you around secret spots, beautiful places, wonderful discoveries, with a multifarious selection of partner venues along the way for a lovely glass of wine.

Each self-guided route will be paired with a certain wine. Crémant lifts you up with amazing views, Rosé encourages you to don some rose tinted romantic specs and Sauvignon Blanc is all about the terroir (the green spaces, to you or I).

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Job: Marketing Team Leader - Village Underground

Position: Full Time (42.5 hours/week)
Salary: from £32,000 depending on experience
Start: 5pm Tuesday 11 July 2019
Deadline for Application: Tuesday 11 June

Are you passionate about music and arts, and are able develop and deliver strategies to increase attendance, develop audiences and grow Village Underground's profile? Then look no further.

About the Role

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Survey: Migrants in Culture - impact of Hostile Environment on the Cultural Sector? Your workplace. Your experience.

Migrants in Culture are a support network and action group that holds the cultural sector accountable to migrants, citizens of colour and all other people being impacted by the immigration regime, in workplaces and neighbourhoods.

Using their skills and resources, Migrants in Culture aim to change the way the cultural sector operate, and organising justice in a hostile environment.

Here's what Migrants in Justice have to say:

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Open Call for Artists: Puppy does Rave Culture (Club Night)

Puppy are looking for artworks exploring the theme of Rave and Club Culture in all its many forms for their brand-spanking new club night taking place at The Yard Theatre on Saturday 8th June.

Deadline for submissions: Sunday 5th May.

Here's what they have to say:
Rave and the self-governing spaces it creates has long been a way to breakdown borders in communities. With the current global shift to right-wing movements, borders, walls etc its time to take a serious look at rave ethos and inclusivity.

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LSFF 2020: Submissions Are Open

The London Short Film Festival is set to return for its 17th edition. The dates are already in the diary and now they're welcoming both UK and international submissions!

Here's what they have to say:

In 2019, we lit up the big screens of the Institute of Contemporary Arts, BFI Southbank, Curzon Soho, Regent St Cinema, Rich Mix and Dalston’s historic Rio, adding the famously underground Horse Hospital to our roster for an overhauled industry week of panels and workshops.

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Fearless, Inventive, Atmospheric and Highly Original: 'Cygnet' the Extraordinary New Novel by Season Butler

Cygnet is the story of a young woman battling against the thrashing waves of loneliness and depression, and how she learns to find hope, laughter and her own voice in a world that's crumbling around her.

It's too hot for most of the clothes I packed to come here, when I thought this would only be for a week or two. My mother kissed me with those purple-brown lips of hers and said, we'll be back, hold tight.

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Calling all Singers and Instrumentalists - it's Dash Arts and their European Flash Mob

Dash Arts are calling all singers and instrumentalists to join their European Flash Mob.

Performing a 5 minute extract from Beethoven’s 9th Symphony (Ode to Joy) at a secret location in Central London, Dash Arts intend to create a 'mad and impromptu event celebrating the enduring links between the UK and mainland Europe' through the power of music, our beautiful voices and instruments.

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