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Imaginarium: the next ‘go-to’ place for Christmas

Imaginarium: the next ‘go-to’ place for Christmas

Art, Culture, Entertainment, Food, Galleries, London, Music, musicians, Theatre
An underground hothouse in the centre of Borough Market, the Imaginarium welcomes Christmas with a different outlook. Opening up a creative hub for artists from all fields such as storytelling, painting and live performances. Photo Credits: Sreelakshmi Vachasapthy I was able to make it on the very first Sunday, where I witnessed the opening of these feasts, ideas and theatrics.  It also gave me a chance to interact with the owner of the place- Naomi, who gave an insight about the events happening over next couple of weeks.  She said: "It is a six-week long program which consists of theatrical events, music, arts, dinning and workshops for people to join." The place stands out for its interior work and atmosphere. It also has stores set up which marks London’s independent artists, d
Evening Standard Theatre Awards winners announced. The Ferryman wins big

Evening Standard Theatre Awards winners announced. The Ferryman wins big

#breakingnews, Celebrity, Culture, Theatre
In the 63rd Evening Standard Theatre Awards the dramatic play The Ferryman wins three awards (out of its four nominations). Jez Butterworth wins the prize for Best Play and Sam Mendes (known for Skyfall) gets the Best Director award for the epic play The Ferryman. The winner for Emerging Talent is Tom Glynn-Carney also for the same production. The Ferryman was also nominated for Best Actress but the award went to Natasha Richardson instead. She won for her performance as Glenda Jackson for King Lear (Old Vic). The Ferryman is the first new play by Jez Butterworth in five years and it became a hit before it was even officially out in May this year. The play premiered at the Royal Court and it quickly became the fastest-selling show in the theatre’s history. Huffington Post states that
“The Nutcracker” is back this Christmas

“The Nutcracker” is back this Christmas

Art, Theatre
The students from the London’s Central School of Ballet are now working on their rehearsals to perform “The Nutcracker” on  December 12 and 13 December at the ADC theatre in Cambridge. New passionate and hard-working dancers will be introduced in this performance. These dancers have been working hard on their techniques to get the chance to be part of this year’s performance. In the school we witness the Artistic Director Christopher Marney working with the dancers to produce an impressive “Nutcracker” this year. “More than twenty dancers of all ages will be performing this year.” said Marney. Imogen Ash, a dancer at the Central School of Ballet, has been selected to perform this year the role of Clara. “I went through a competitive audition as Clara’s character requires specific