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Le Petit Chef: In the Footsteps of Marco Polo

While it’s true to say that many ‘novelty’ dining themes come and go in Shoreditch, Le Petit Chef promises something rather more substantial. SEEN first learned of it in July when it was seeking a new location in London. Joy of joys, hot off its success in Dubai, the diminutive French cook has found a …

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Paco Peña’s Patrias: A Country Divided

SEEN loves the passion of flamenco and cannot wait to see the new show by the peerless Paco Peña Dance Company, which will be at Sadler’s Wells from Tuesday 12th – Saturday 16th July with the deeply personal work ‘Patrias’, which commemorates the 80th anniversary of the tragic death of Spain’s literary hero Federico García Lorca, at the outbreak of the Spanish Civil War.

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Sheffield Doc Fest Announce the Winners and a New Training Initiative

This innovative festival celebrates and elevates the Documentary film form. With the Presidential race hotting up in America, and Britain on the cusp of voting whether or not to remain in Europe, the Documentary has never been more relevant as a way of examining all aspects of political and cultural life in our supremely visual and interactive age.

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FLIPPING OUT IN LONDON

London’s biggest trampoline park FLIP OUT, 45,000 square feet of state of the art equipment, has just opened in Wandsworth, welcoming people of all ages looking to have fun, get fit or hone their trampolining and free running skills.

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TALE OF TALES

This visually stunning film from Gomorrah director Matteo Garrone, boasts many fine performances and unusual images that stay in the mind long after the viewer has left the cinema.