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cinema of the week – barbican centre

by Ellis M The Barbican Centre was designed as part of a utopian vision to transform an area of London destroyed by the Blitz. A Grade II listed building; the Barbican took over a decade to build and was opened […]

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cinema of the week – rich mix, bethnal green

by Ellis M Rich Mix is a cultural charity that brings cinema, performing arts and music to the East of London and is supported by Arts Council England. I stumbled across a beautiful exhibition as part of the AWAN Festival […]

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cinema of the week [ special edition] – the waterloo vaults

by Ellis M The Vaults on Leake St, Waterloo is accessed through the graffiti tunnel, so whatever the case it will always be a pretty cool venue, surrounded by people hanging out, spray painting the tunnel with their misunderstood works […]

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cinema of the week – prince charles cinema

by Ellis M I’ve got a nice central, no fuss cinema for you today – Prince Charles Cinema, Leicester Sq. Built in 1961-1962, it’s rather unappealing to look at and has that real sixties office space look going on, on […]

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cinema of the week – genesis, stepney green

by Ellis M Stepney Green and its neighbour Whitechapel seem to be overlooked, and this is good, it means it’s not too pricey and not too trendy and those that know about it can see it isn’t spoilt, it is […]

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cinema of the week – rio cinema, dalston

by Ellis Martin A plush, Art Deco cinema theatre sitting on the end-corner of Dalston, Hackney high street and doesn’t it know it! The Rio has just one theatre and oooh isn’t it nice! Established as a picture house in 1909 […]

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