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Roadshow for deaf children to visit Haringey schools

The National Deaf Children’s Society Roadshow will visit the Blanche Nevile Schools for Deaf Children in Highgate and Muswell Hill this week, which is also national Deaf Awareness Week (6-12 May). The Roadshow will be at the Blanche Nevile Primary School in Highgate on Thursday

GREAT BRITISH BAKE OFF’S KIM-JOY MEETS POKEMON’S DETECTIVE PIKACHU

GREAT BRITISH BAKE OFF’S KIM-JOY MEETS POKEMON’S DETECTIVE PIKACHU! GREAT BRITISH BAKE OFF’S KIM-JOY MEETS POKEMON’S DETECTIVE PIKACHU Warner Bros. Pictures and Legendary Pictures are inviting audiences to enjoy the sights, sounds fun and flavours of the POKÉMON DETECTIVE PIKACHU Pop-up as it opens its

FILM FESTIVAL SENDS AN SOS TO THE WORLD

FILM FESTIVAL SENDS AN SOS TO THE WORLD – leading environmentalists and vegans to attend screenings of award-winning vegan and environmental documentary films at London Film Festival. A new Film Festival, curated by Rich Hobday – an actor, film producer, vegan and environmentalist is coming

Lambeth schoolboy reaches final of Voice Box comedy awards

Since last autumn, over 5,000 children have taken part in Voice Box – the joke-telling competition for schools in England and Scotland. Eighteen made it through to the final at Portcullis House, Westminster in London on 30 April 2019, with Nick Smith MP acting as

Introducing UK’s first ever Cava-battered chicken!

As the UK starts to move on from its Prosecco obsession and look for alternative sparkling wines, Cava is being tipped for a comeback by those in the know1. To celebrate, Freixenet has partnered with fried chicken connoisseurs Mother Clucker, to combine two of 2019’s hottest foodie trends

LONDON CRAFT WEEK: A perfume fit for a Rebel and a Rogue

To celebrate London Craft Week 2019 Mayfair’s Beaumont Hotel has asked London’s finest perfumers to create a bespoke scent for the exhibition Rebels and Rogues, which will be on display from May 8 in the Art Deco lobby. Ormonde Jayne’s perfumer Linda Pilkington has chosen Jay Gatsby from

A Guide to Tipping in 20 Countries

British tourists should tip high in the USA, less in Europe, not at all in parts of East Asia and give items in Iran, according to international gratuities advice. Travel experts from MyBaggage.com have revealed the typical tipping expectations around the world and issued a country