Browsing: The Culturist

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The legendary Delhi journalist, culture critic and volatile genius, Rahnam Pachry, ventures into trendy Dalston to visit a multi-platform arts event that has taken London’s cultural scene by the scruff of its neck; The Cats Meet Show…

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David Spiller is the ‘Peter Pan’ of today’s post-pop art scene. Beginning his career in…

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The Victorians gave us many wonderful gifts, none more so than philanthropy, although I’m not…

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A cold night in the Western Desert, officers of the Royal Air Force huddle around a crackling radio, broadcasting chatter from the BBC Foreign Service. The men sip fortifying tea from tin mugs and await the distant, rumbling assault.

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One doesn’t associate classical music with the traditional grass-and-mud rock festival. Surely the two sit at the opposite ends of the musical and cultural spectrum? Due to the efforts of some very clever people, that’s all about to change.

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Natalie Cole and her seven-piece band arrived in London for her only UK performance this year, on a worldwide tour celebrating a lifetime in the music business that began at the age of six where she debuted on her father’s Christmas album.

What sort of venue could possibly be appropriate for the nine-time Grammy award-winning singer and daughter of the legendary Nat King Cole? We sent Lawrence to a roundabout at the southern end of Westminster Bridge to find out.

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