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Results found for: July 2014

31 Jul 2014
Upcoming treats at the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse
Recently opened and coming in for plenty of interest, the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse at Shakespeare's Globe in London is famed partly ...
A view in the Cayman Islands.
Record numbers of travellers are taking holidays in the Cayman Islands, according to new figures released by Cayman Islands Tourism Ass...
28 Jul 2014
Exeter City and Flybe sponsorship deal extended
Flybe has renewed what is among the longest running corporate sponsorship deals with a club in the Football League.The airline announce...
Survey shows nearly half favour expansion of closest airport
Some 47 per cent of people who live close to the airports Heathrow, Luton, Gatwick, Stansted or London City favour expansion for the ai...
21 Jul 2014
Picasso himself.
Visitors to New York City are set to get the chance to see 79 artworks as part of a new Cubism exhibition at The Metropolitan Museum of...
18 Jul 2014
Sydney Opera House to hold music event for governor
There's a musical event coming up at the iconic Sydney Opera House next month, in honour of the governor of New South Wales, Marie ...
15 Jul 2014
'The Composer is Dead' show hits sydney
Next month, the Sydney Opera House is set is set to present Lemony Snicket’s The Composer Is Dead, a family friendly musical expe...
4 Jul 2014
Revamp funding for Australian Museum announced
The Australian Museum in Sydney is set to undergo a revamp. Troy Grant, New South Wales minister for the arts, recently gave word of $7...
'SUN' dance piece at Sydney Opera House next month
SUN, a dance piece choreographed by Hofesh Shechter, is set to hit the stage at the Sydney Opera House next month."Hofesh Shechter...
BA uses fiber optic blanket to investigate sleep in the air
A new 'happiness blanket' incorporating fiber optics is being tested by British Airways. The blanket changes colour based on pe...