Monthly Archives: March 2018

Brixton Chocolate Museum Experience

The Chocolate Museum in Ferndale Road, Brixton, SW9 was established in March 2013 by French Artisan Chocolatier Isabelle Alaya. Isabelle said the “Chocolate Museum is to represent chocolate industries in the Uk” The chocolates are usually produced by independent bean to bar makers which have a combination that origins chocolate bars along with flavours of melange chocolate that comes from

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World theatre day and Britain drifting from the theatrical world

World theatre day  was  first initiated in 1961 by the International theatre institute (ITI) it is now celebrated annually on the 27th March by ITI centres and the international theatre community. Numerous national and international theater events are organised for this occasion as a way of celebrating it. For the celebrations there is a circulation of the World Theater day

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Mayor launches ‘culture seeds’ scheme to bring bright ideas to life

The Mayor of London, Sadiq khan, has launched a new culture strategy providing financial grants between £1,000 to £5,000 for small companies, organisations and creative individuals to fund their ideas and make them a reality. This strategy is called cultural seeds and aims to preserve London’s culture as well as enabling people to explore their creativity and community. The Mayor’s

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Three men convicted for brutal murder of young father in broad day light

In March three men were convicted for fatally stabbing a young 27 year old father, Nashon Esbrand, from Islington, after he dropped off his girlfriend and child.  On the 24th August 2017 while Nashon was dropping off his girlfriend and child at their home after visiting his parents in Islington, he then made his way back to his parents’ house to

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Police granted more money to continue Madeleine McCann search

Madeleine McCann went missing in May 2007, now almost 11 years later police have been granted more money to continue their ongoing investigation into her disappearance. Parents Kate and Gerry McCann, appealed for the search to continue for their daughter who was just 3 when she vanished from their holiday apartment in  Praia da Luz, Portugal. Government funding of £154,000

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£200,00 Culture Bid prize To fund Job project for young people

Lambeth may not have won the star prize in the Culture Bids for 2019 and 2020, that was won by Waltham Forest and Brent. However, Lambeth did win a massive £200,000 funding pot from the Cultural Impact Awards, which will go towards young people and people underrepresented within their cultural scope. The project listed to benefit from the prize money: Eric

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