The not-for-profit DIY fest Fringe! Queer Film and Arts Festival, is stepping up its activity. For its fourth edition in 2014, Fringe! will spill out of the confines of a weekend to inhabit a full week of film, art, workshops and parties in various East London venues. The event rooted in London’s queer creative scene is getting bigger, and everyone is welcome!
c’ black and white photography of Along Devon’s Coasts is not intended either as a history or a guidebook, but the images are intended as the brush strokes of a painting, which say something of the whole.
Catchy tunes can make an impact that sometimes more considered words can’t. Especially if the catchy tunes are charming, fun and maybe just a little bit… well… annoying (in a good way, of course). Wow, No Cow, has all those qualities and is a real contender to be one of those tunes that just stick in your head.
The 12 Hour Store is a new, exciting and creative idea that shimmies in a whole new concept of the high street.
The exhibition charting the history of BBC Children’s broadcasting at The Lowry has become the most popular visiting exhibition in the venue’s 14-year history.