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HAMPSTEAD THEATRE: WILD HONEY

Adapted from Chekhov’s play without a name, Wild Honey, by Michael Frayn, is a comedy of errors. Playing at Hampstead Theatre, it’s a tale of 19th century Russian life replete with classic misunderstandings, irrepressible desires and nostalgia for a vanishing world. Over 55 years, Hampstead Theatre has become one of ...

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SMART METER

A smart meter is a new kind of gas and electricity meter that can digitally send meter readings to your energy supplier, increasing the accuracy of meter readings so you only pay for what you use. Every home in Great Britain will be offered a smart meter by their energy ...

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PETER AUGER: JAZZ ENSEMBLE

Hitting the right note together. How a shared interest in jazz has made life more interesting for both Freddy and his volunteer befriender Peter.   Since November 2015 academic Peter Auger, 30, spends one lunch time a week chatting with Somers Town resident, Freddy. The pair were matched because they ...

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KING’S CROSS

Redeveloped, reimagined and reinvigorated. It’s time you rediscovered this area of London. If you used to know King’s Cross – maybe even avoided it – you are in for a jaw-dropping shock. The 67-acre site demands to be explored now it has poshed-up warehouses converted into shops, restaurants and an ...

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CONFIDENCE TRICK

Never Be Afraid of Anything Again (Including Shark Attacks). Really? I used to be relatively confident. I distinctly remember giving a speech at my daughter’s wedding which – sweaty palms and cotton mouth aside – I managed to plough through without having to resort to Winston Churchill’s technique of imagining the ...

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