Pentecost (19 May 2013)
Hymns at Solemn Mass: 137, Gloria 2, 139, 140, 142 Response to the Psalm: Send forth your Spirit, O ...
May 20 2013 Latest news:
Flora Drury goes to see Baz Luhrmann’s The Great Gatsby, and finds there is a lot more to like than she was expecting.
Rosa’s started life as a humble street stall in Brick Lane seven years ago where its reputation for authentic, fresh and punchy Thai food grew to such an extent it allowed the husband and wife team to go on to open three restaurants in the capital.
Standing in the shadows of the world’s most famous cricket ground, most people will have stumbled upon the Lord’s Tavern before or after a match.
The urban poet stretches his musical wings on this impressive sophomore record, while keeping the kitchen sink in sight.
Their hotly-anticipated debut long player is a triumph of unlikely vintage samples and an up-to-the-minute mashing of live instruments and electro meddling.
As Some Like It Hip Hop opens its third run at the Peacock Theatre, Sadler’s Wells associate artist Kate Prince tells Caroline Bishop about choreographing a decade of success.
Pop-up restaurants are ten a penny these days and immersive theatre is so on trend it’s becoming common – but what if you combine the two?
Plan B, Goldfrapp and Azealia Banks have been announced as the headlining acts for the three-day Lovebox dance festival this July.
Superbly executed slab of lean, muscular but sparingly-applied rock, led by your new favourite frontwoman.
After stints in musicals, narrating plays and more, Moyet lays down more stunning vocals in a return to her electro-pop roots.
One of the most-loved contemporary stories, Michael Rosen’s We’re Going On A Bear Hunt, has been adapted for the puppet theatre in what its director has promised could be one of Little Angel’s best works to date.
»A decade is a long time in the restaurant game, particularly on the unforgiving streets of Noho, so it is no mean feat for Italian eaterie Latium to celebrate its tenth birthday.
Wayne Coyne and friends voyage into difficult sonic territory... but it turns out there’s good in the bad and ugly.
The second-biggest-selling artist last year returns with a deflating clutch of covers, buffed-up but bereft of soul.
“It’s these times that you’ll look back on one day” say Dark Bells’ Luke Richardson. “One minute there are these people you don’t know from the other side of the world, the next you’re suddenly sharing these amazing moments with them.”
Dishes at the Orchard Kitchen have a very short lifespan indeed.
An unassuming but remarkable debut, the Villains thread minimal vocal harmonies through sparse, evocative soundscapes.
The Highgate and Hornsey Explorer Scout leader talks busking, cheese boards and musical talent.
The urgently-needed reform called for by the independent report is being deliberately blocked, says the leader of Haringey’s Liberal Democrat opposition
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Amazons record-breaking e-reader has gone from strength to strength with the release of the Kindle Paperwhite.