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Oxfordshire Art Weeks

Around 1000 artists and designer-makers across the county of Oxfordshire welcome you this spring for Oxfordshire Artweeks, the longest-running and biggest ‘open studios’ event in the UK with painters and photographers, potters and sculptors, silversmiths and textile artists throwing open their doors to delight, amaze and inspire you from 3rd-26th May. People travel from far and […]

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Rosie Wilby.

Twenty years on – in a brand new show, award winning comedian and storyteller Rosie Wilby traces her former colleagues from a feminist newspaper Forthcoming performances: 21 March - Burton Taylor Studio, Oxford Playhouse 28 March – Apple Tree Theatre, Ludlow 29 March – The Courtyard, Hereford 4 April – Tristan Bates Theatre, London 2 May – Summerhall, Edinburgh 4 May – […]

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The RSC on tour with Henry IV part I and II in Autumn 2014

Tour opens in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, before visiting Norwich, Salford, Bradford, Bath, Canterbury after performances in Stratford-upon-Avon Production then runs at The Barbican, London between 29 November 2014 – 24 January 2015 Production directed by RSC Artistic Director, Gregory Doran Featuring RSC associate artist, Antony Sher as Falstaff, Jasper Britton as Henry IV, Alex Hassell as Prince Hal and […]

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BrewDog creates first ever protest beer

Hello My Name is Vladimir mocks Putin’s discriminatory legislation ahead of the Winter Olympics in Sochi Scottish craft brewery, BrewDog has today launched Hello My Name is Vladimir, a craft beer apparently ‘not for gays’ that carries an image of the Russian premier wearing make up on the label. The ale is the world’s first […]

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Nicola Adam’s Commonwealth dream still alive after pivotal vote

Open lesbian boxer Nicola Adams has seen her chance of taking part in next year’s Commonwealth Games in Glasgow has been saved after the Amateur Boxing Association of England (ABAE) agreed to accept reforms imposed on it by the world governing body AIBA. If the ABAE had refused to accept the proposals, then Nicola would […]

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Amy Lamé – Not your average 9-5

If you ever wonder where the gay scene is heading, it is worth while taking a look at what Amy Lamé is up to first! Since she started her cabaret nightclub in London in the mid-90s, she has been at the very front tip of London’s queer scene. We took some time to chat to […]

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Rosie Wilby: Is Monogamy Dead?

Following a premiere at Camden Fringe 2013 and a run at Assembly venues in Edinburgh…. Friday 28th February 7.30pm An enhanced performance of Rosie’s show with a post-show discussion to be recorded for her radio magazine Out In South London on Resonance 104.4FM CanadaWater CultureSpace,CanadaWater Library, 21SurreyQuays Road,LondonSE16 7AR £10 / £8 tickets from […]

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Julian Clary in Jack and the Beanstalk at the New Theatre

There is not long to go until Cardiff plays host to a GIANT pantomime spectacular. Jack and the Beanstalk starring Julian Clary, Wales’ own Mike Doyle and West End star Dan Burton will be at the New Theatre from Saturday 14 December 2013 – Sunday 19 January 2014. Audiences at every performance will see Jack […]

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Russell Watson Returns to St David’s Hall on His UK Tour

St David’s Hall Cardiff, Saturday 22 March 2014 TheUK’s best-selling classical artist Russell Watson has today announced a massiveUKtour March 2014. The tour succeeds Russell’s eagerly awaited new album ‘Only One Man’ which will be released this November. The album and tour features brand new songs, written specially for Russell Watson, by Claude-Michel Schönberg and […]

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Julian Clary leads the cast of this year’s Cardiff pantomime!

Cardiff’s New Theatre has announced that Qdos Entertainment, the world’s biggest pantomime producer and the company behind last year’s record-breaking production of Sleeping Beauty, is set to present another GIANT family pantomime this Christmas, Jack and the Beanstalk starring one of the nation’s most popular entertainers, Julian Clary.  Joining Julian will be Wales’ own Mike […]

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Oxfordshire Art Weeks

Around 1000 artists and designer-makers across the county of Oxfordshire welcome you this spring for Oxfordshire Artweeks, the longest-running and […]

Force Control Room Controllers (Scale 4 bar 5 bar 6 or Police Constable)

Scale 4 bar 5 bar 6 or Police Constable Working in a pressurised and reactive environment, the job has a […]

Force Enquiry Centre Controllers (PC/Scale 4 bar 5)


PC/Scale 4 bar 5 To be the first point of contact for all types of calls from the public and […]

Surrogacy: 10 things you should know

By Claire Wood, Lawyer, Kingsley Napley LLP Same-sex marriage may now be legal, but surrogacy remains a legal minefield in […]

Same-sex marriage now legal as first couples wed

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The first same-sex weddings have taken place after gay marriage became legal in England and Wales at midnight. Politicians from […]

Same-sex couple marriage act inspires launch of The Gay Wedding Guide


With the Marriage (Same Sex Couples) Act coming into place on the 29th March 2014, same sex couples in England […]