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News & features published on 17 October 2002
Learn about Shakespeare's secrets

While working on the recreation of Shakespeare's Globe, Sam Wanamaker and Theo Crosby worked off the motto "The key to the future lies in the past."

City Hall's 'Living Room' open to charities but still closed to the public

Ken Livingstone hads announced details of the first charity fundraising event to be held in London's Living Room at City Hall (for which he's waived the 5000 fee), but there's still no indication of when the public can visit this important space.

'Tate Tower' rejected

Plans to build a 20-storey block of flats in Hopton Street next to Tate Modern have been rejected by Southwark Council.

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