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Rich mix studio
About rich mix London's up-and-coming cross-arts centre located in the vibrant area of Shoreditch/East London. Whether you are tempted by a film in plush cinema, or more into performing arts, our rich and diverse programme - ranging from Theatre to Music, Dance and more - is the result of a finely tuned approach to arts and the world's cultures .
Education The Education programme at Rich Mix aims to provide opportunities for young people to engage in and explore the creative industries through cross-arts events and activities. We have a wide range of events for Schools and Colleges , Young People and Families . From film-making workshops to theatre shows, storytelling sessions to dance classes, we believe we have something for you!
There open hours are from 9.00am to 11.00pm Monday to Friday and 10.00am to 11.00pm Saturday and Sunday .
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Venue Venue 1 A diverse, well equipped space located on the fourth floor of the building with spectacular views across East London. This space lends itself to conferences, parties, fashion shows, music events and weddings.
The theatre The Theatre Royal opened in 1884, and since then it has undergone many changes. In 1992 the beautiful Victorian-era auditorium was restored; it seats up to 460 people on three levels (Stalls, Dress Circle, and Upper Circle) with all seats having a good view of the stage. The refurbishment project has enabled the theatre to re-open in the Autumn of 2001 with both technical facilities and public areas fit for the 21st Century.
The History of the Theatre Royal, Stratford East can be split into three broad periods:
Its beginnings: Actor-Manager Charles Dillon engaged Architect James George Buckle to design Stratford's first permanent playhouse, the Theatre Royal, in 1884 (1884-1953)
The arrival of Joan Little wood and her Theatre Workshop Company. At her death in 2002, tributes poured in from actors, directors, critics, and theatre historians, all hailing the ground-breaking work of Joan Little wood. To read about her work at Theatre Royal click (1953 - 1979).
The Theatre today is the period from when Philip Hedley took over as Artistic Director in 1979 (1979 - 2004) to be succeeded by the current Director Kerry Michael. For an insight of his vision and previous experience, click (from 2004)
Development of new artists is not just about giving a stage to undiscovered talent. It can also start by providing young people with the means and the environment in which they can discover their own talents for themselves.
Doing this requires more thought, energy and dedication than merely putting on a talent show. It’s about developing people; building their confidence, involving and engaging them, giving them the time, space and structure so they can express themselves creatively, initially amongst peers but ultimately in front of an audience.
This is where Theatre Royals Youth Arts team focuses its efforts. The rewards for the young people who take part can be immense.
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Voice of Africa radio
Voice of Africa Radio was set up on 1st of January, 2000, to correct the exclusion and marginalization of the African community from the electronic media. The station operated unlicensed at that time, covering London-wide. Its success and popularity went beyond description, achieving London-wide and international celebrity.
In June 2002, Voice of Africa Radio was awarded a trophy for excellence and communal spirit, presented by the Ghanaian High Commissioner, Mr... Isaac Osei, at an award ceremony held by the Ghana Union London and many other awards.
VOAR attracted a wide range of African businesses that advertised and sponsored most of its programmers. Listeners were mainly the Youth, but also a
attracted various African High Commissioners’ and Heads of State due to its comprehensive news bulletin, community information, quality interviews and programmers.
Apart from entertaining listeners with an exciting range of African music spanning the continent of Africa, VOAR also provides vast range of phone–in programmers discussing issues which are pertinent especially, to Africans at local, national and international level.
The popularity of the station is already evident and reaching over 600,000 listeners per month.
The station can be received globally via: www.voiceofafricaradio.com and on 94.3 FM in Greater London.
We also request your support by advertisement and capital investment as these will contribute immensely to the growth of the radio station and enable it to serve the community with pride and dignity.
For more information about VOAR contact Space Clottey on 020 8471 9111 M: 07950 819 519
If you would like to contact the Voice Of Africa Radio to make enquiries, give feedback or simply share your views on any issues
or matters you read on this web site, please use the contact details given below. We would be glad to hear from you!
24 Swete ,Street, Plaistow.London. E13 0BS
London, United Kingdom
Studio: +44 (0) 20 8471 9111
Mobile: +44 (0) 7961 573 883
Send your requests, dedications or comments to: email@example.com
ABOUT BANGLA TV
Bangla TV starts it operation with a big public event on July 1999 at Wembley Hall, but its transmission begins on 19th October 1999.Last 8 years it’s serving for the Bengali Community living in UK and EU cities.
Bangla TV (Sky--786 Free view) broadcasting from London for one of the biggest minority community in UK. About half million Bengali speaking people are now living in UK and another Half Million living in EU countries. Before 1999 there was no Television channel for Bengali speaking people in this region. So Bangla TV was not an introduction for this community but also it creates opportunity to the Bengali community to think and share with Media world by their own language.
A number of renowned Politicians, Celebrities, and Cultural personalities attend the Bangla TV programmers. Last couple of years Bangla TV also organized a number of Public events and a number of International Artists joined the programmers.
It is also remarkable, Bangla TV is the first Bengali TV outside of Bangladesh, Now a days it creates history continuing with uninterrupted transmission till to date and going forward with a long vision.
Bangla TV is one of the well-known Bengali TV channels over Europe even Africa/America. Bangla TV is in operation since 1999. The feedback form for Bangla TV website is very important. It is the communicator between Bangla TV and the viewers. Through this feedback form, you can leave your comments on live programmers, drama serials, daily news even any general topic. You can even share your ideas with us. With your opinion and feedback we can improve our quality and provide the best service. So, please leave your comments here
Bangla TV (Worldwide) Ltd. is a television channel for the Bengali population in the U.K, You can watch Live program, drama serial, daily Bangladeshi news here. Even you can watch live Bangla TV online through our website. See our recent Live program, daily program and Drama serial schedule below.
“ Find out our live program schedule and distribution time. You will find all the details about the program such as presenter name, producer name and short discussion about different live program.”
Bangla TV (Worldwide) Ltd.
Bangla TV (USA) Ltd.
Horizon TV Network Ltd.
Bangla TV (INL) Ltd.
London E9 5HA
Tel: 020 8985 8435
MUSEUM OF CHILDHOOD
ABOUT MUSEUM OF CHILDHOOD
The V&A Museum of Childhood aims to encourage everyone to explore the themes of childhood past and present and develop an appreciation of creative design through our inspirational collections and programmers.
The Museum (located in Bethnal Green) is part of the V&A, housing the national childhood collection. The galleries are designed to show the collections in a way which is accessible to adults and children of all ages.
We have a dynamic programmed of temporary exhibitions, daily activities and seasonal events, and an excellent education programmed with popular teaching sessions and resources linked directly to the National Curriculum. With its strong commitment to cultural diversity and social inclusion, the Museum has established very close links with its local communities through a diverse programmed of collaborative visual arts and oral history projects.
HISTORY OR THE MUSEUM
When the building was completed, it was officially opened as the Bethnal Green Museum by the Prince of Wales on 24 June 1872. At that time, the Director of the South Kensington Museum, Henry Cole, had hoped that the Museum would be run by local people. His hopes never materialized however, and the Museum has, ever since, been part of the V&A.
In its early days, the Museum's purpose was unclear. Generally regarded as a means of introducing disadvantaged East Enders to the cultural riches of the nation's heritage, the Museum's opening displays comprised two collections from the Great Exhibition, Food and Animal products, and a collection of 18th century French art on loan from Sir Richard Wallace.
The Food display on the ground floor explored the composition of various types of food, and its nutritional value. The display of mainly decorative animal products, also on the ground floor, included jewellery embellished with hummingbird feathers and ornate ivory hair combs.
The Museum continued to display private collections, many of which went on to be used, like the Wallace Collection, as the starting point for other national galleries.
The V&A Museum of Childhood has implemented a Master plan to transform it into a first-class destination for all visitors. The key priorities of the Master plan are to: carry out essential repairs the 130-year-old building * restore its interior to its former Victorian glory * update its galleries and displays * make the Museum fully accessible * expand its learning centre and gallery space * upgrade its visitor facilities and * create a stunning new entrance The first phase of the Master plan was completed in March 2003.
V&A Museum of Childhood
Cambridge Heath Road
London E2 9PA
Tel: +44 (0)20 8983 5200
Fax: +44 (0)20 8983 5225
'A Girl Writing' by Henrietta Browne (a.k.a. Sophie Bouteillier Desaux), French 1860-90 (click image for larger version)
The NEC, Birmingham the Odyssey Arena, Belfast. Some performances take place in multi-purpose venues from small spaces such as community centres to huge sports arenas. Some performance events may even be staged out of doors. Other venue The Royal Albert Hall, London. St George’s, Bristol Concert halls generally host music events such as rock/pop gigs and classical concerts. Some concert halls are subsidised but some operate in the commercial sector. Concert hall Warwick arts centre. Pocklington arts centre, east Yorkshire. An arts centre will host a large variety of performance events than a theatre it may buy in theatre, dance productions, gigs and concert. Manly hold events that involve public participation, e.g. drama workshop or dance classes. An art centre may also screen films and have a gallery for exhibiting the visual arts. most art centre are subsidised Art centre The theatre Royal Drury lane London. the Sunderland empire, Sunderland. A receiving theatre ‘buys in’ productions from production companies and/or touring theatre companies rather than producing its own shows. Most of the theatre in London's west end are receiving theatre. Most receiving theatres operate in the commercial sector. Receiving theatre Northern stage, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. The Stephen Joseph theatre, Scarborough. This is a theatre that has a company of performers and production team who produce a number of shows each year. Many producing theatres are subsidised. Producing theatre examples description Type of venue
Bangla TV- my expectation for bangla TV was I thought its gone be more developed and more bigger. I imagined has more cleaner and the name of the studio be more bigger.
Voice Africa radio- my expectation for voice of Africa was I thought its gone be more smaller because Mr.. Williams said its not all that.
I thought they will have more equipments to be radio station. Although it wasn’t all that but I had fun.