Such is the magnificence of Anna Mackmin's new production of Hedda Gabler, the only thing really missing was the kind of climactic sense of total catastrophe which Ibsen obviously intended.
The visitor attraction at the top of the Shard at London Bridge is seeking to hire 60 'guest ambassadors' as it prepares to welcome its first paying customers on 1 February 2013.
A game invented by pupils at Walworth Academy has been included in a time capsule at the new home of the Design Museum in Kensington.
Tuesday recap: http://t.co/551Bm92A
[Forum] Tree Cull on Gainsford Street http://t.co/2BUxtPTs
Nick Clegg has transformed Lib Dems' mood, says Simon Hughes http://t.co/RixYbnOm
RT @littlebobbig: Mini-micro 3wheel scooter found at bus stop on Long Lane. I have it safe at home if owners want to collect
[Forum] Cat missing from the Manna Centre in Melior Street http://t.co/6bavaAcw
Bankside & Borough Boules at Mint Street Park starts today 5.30-7.30 http://t.co/QT3KHYMd
Massed choirs will be performing at the Scoop this evening: http://t.co/Aelv9F00
@JonYeomans1 The other M&S is closing down today - it's relocation, not duplication. All part of station redevelopment scheme.
Simon Hughes: "people should not be allowed to buy residential housing [in London] unless it is for their personal use" http://t.co/ZIzaXoAG
The new M&S Simply Food at the bottom of the Shard (on London Bridge Station concourse) is due to open tomorrow
[Forum] Piano Teachers http://t.co/67NhJjBK
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