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Saturday 18 June 2011

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News & features published on 18 June 2011
Mr Happiness and The Water Engine at The Old Vic Tunnels

The Old Vic Tunnels' two-for-the-price-of-one offer presents two beautifully evocative dramas, but risks delivering style over substance.

Tweets on 18 June 2011

Meet at midnight outside @Tate Modern for the Largactyl Shuffle through Southwark with @cooltan4

via HootSuite

More on Borough Market and the @Bermondsey7 in tomorrow's Observer by @marktran

via bitly

Celebrating Sanctuary festival on the South Bank tomorrow marks start of @Refugee Week

via HootSuite

Tales From the Riverbank - guided walk from Bermondsey to Waterloo

via HootSuite

Meet outside Tate Modern at midnight for @cooltan4 guided walk through Southwark to @SE5

via HootSuite

RT @dandouglas: For Father's Day? REALLY? Ladies & gents, I suspect a troll has infiltrated London Bridge WH Smith.

via HootSuite

Will the rain stay away for tonight's free open-air opera performance down by the river?

via bitly

Summer Fair at St Anne's Thorburn Square 2pm-4pm today

via Twitter for Mac

Just published - Review: Mr Happiness and The Water Engine at @oldvictunnels

via Google

RT @urbanorienteer: Architecture and history: London Bridge station - rag-picking history -

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11am: join @oldmapman for a walk around Borough & Bankside and discover local history through old maps

via bitly

The Sins of Southwark - Hidden Wonders Mystery Hunt

via bitly

Job vacancies posted on 18 June 2011
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