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What to Think About Before Attending Film School

Over the last 15 years, the growth of film studies in American universities has been exponential. It’s is proving to the subject that everyone wants to study even though it’s highly likely that making a living in the world of film will prove problematic for many graduates. Colleges such as USC and UCLA in Los Angeles, NYU and Columbia...

Are Fuel Cards A Good Investment For Rural Businesses?

The concept of fuel cards is simple and universally effective. They are credit cards restricted to paying for fuel, a running cost applicable to any business. Thereby anyone can stand to reap the benefits, from city slickers to country dwellers. Regardless of location, a good deal is a good deal. As a rural business owner who relies on a vehicle for...

How Mobile Technology is Helping the Betting Industry

Many people around the UK enjoy a wager on sport. This covers everything you can think of, from those who bet once a year on the Grand National to those who spend each weekend dissecting the football fixtures to pick out what they are hoping will be a life-changing accumulator bet. The people who do bet will bet in very different...

Swindon Shuffle to not go ahead this year in any form

Swindon's unsigned original music festival will not be going ahead this year. The event which was due to take place over five days from July 15 to July 19 had previously announced they would be doing a virtual festival this year but have now decided to hold off until they can come back properly next year. Here is their...

Only 36% of British public feel confident in safety of returning to live gigs

Audience confidence declines if social distancing is reduced to 1 metre Music Venue Trust (MVT), which represents hundreds of grassroots music venues, has revealed the results of a wide-ranging survey to assess audience confidence in returning to performances at grassroots live music venues following the COVID-19 outbreak. The survey, which had 28,640 respondents, was carried out during the period 12th-18th June...

Make it a dramatic lockdown with Prime Youth Theatre

Are you, or a young person you know, missing opportunities to socialise, be creative and develop professionally? Through Prime Theatre's digital programme, they are offering six different workshop strands that provide a space for young people to: Express themselves creatively Socialise with peers from across the UK Develop drama skills that they may have been cultivating through GCSE/A Level or extracurricular drama ...

Oxford Playhouse announces a further period of closure

Due to the ongoing situation concerning the Coronavirus pandemic, Oxford Playhouse is announcing a further period of closure. All performances at the Playhouse, the Burton Taylor Studio and the Shakespeare's Globe on Tour performances at Blenheim Palace are now suspended until Monday 3 August. In addition, the performances of Russell Howard (28 – 30 August) have been rescheduled. Louise Chantal, Director/CEO at Oxford...

Cowley Road Carnival to go virtual this year

Virtual Cowley Road Carnival Day 5 July You can’t keep Carnival spirit down! After 'Cowley Road Works', the charity which organises the annual Cowley Road Carnival, took the sad but necessary decision to cancel this year’s street carnival, the team got to work to reimagine a Carnival off the streets! They have been busy planning a Virtual Carnival which will be...

Get a taste of Classic Ibiza with USO’s new release today

Classic Ibiza may not be taking place at Bowood House this summer but USO, who perform at the concert, is releasing an album on 30 May featuring many of the tracks performed on the evening. USO has worked alongside many of the greats in dance music, including Groove Armada, Nightmares On Wax and Robert Miles. Classic Ibiza will be returning to Bowood...

Oxford Playhouse announces 2020/2021 Evolve Artists-in-Residence and an Extended Artist Support Programme

Oxford Playhouse is committed to discovering, nurturing and promoting the best emerging creative talent from Oxfordshire and beyond. The Playhouse Evolve Artists-in-Residence programme sits at the heart of the theatre’s Artist Development programme. Now in its sixth year, Evolve supports emerging and mid-career theatre artists and companies by providing rehearsal space, seed funding for projects and assistance with research and...
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