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News & features published on 7 November 2015
The Hairy Ape at The Old Vic

The Old Vic is back on form. After an and uncertain start with his opening production Future Conditional new Artistic Director Matthew Warchus must know that his second production has upped the game.

Sadiq Khan and Lib Peck defend controversial Garden Bridge deal

Labour's London mayoral candidate Sadiq Khan MP and Labour Council leader Lib Peck have spoken exclusively to the SE1 website about their part in the Garden Bridge project.

Tweets on 7 November 2015

StGeorgesCath Due to scaffolding still being in place outside, Sunday morning's act of will now take place inside the Cathedral, at 10.50am.

via Twitter for iPhone (retweeted on 9:42 PM, Nov 7th, 2015 via Tweetbot for Mac)

cathedralsdavid @se1 I cleared up over 20 cans & bottles in the new play area in St Mary's Churchyard. Pic of burnt play surface

via Twitter for iPhone (retweeted on 7:53 PM, Nov 7th, 2015 via Twitter for iPhone)

Join @SouthwarkMayor, MPs and councillors at Borough High St War Memorial Sunday 10.45am:…

via Twitter for Mac

"a very creative, ambitious scheme for London that brings many benefits" says Lambeth leader Lib Peck:

via Twitter for Mac

larkingrumple 32 buses nose to tail from St George's Circus to Elephant & Castle. Take a bow, Boris...

via Twitter for iPhone (retweeted on 6:24 PM, Nov 7th, 2015 via Tweetbot for Mac)

Just published - The Hairy Ape at The Old Vic

via Google

Just published - AUDIO EXCLUSIVE - Sadiq Khan and Lambeth leader Lib Peck defend controversial deal

via Google

Remembrance Sunday in Christ Church Garden, Blackfriars Road

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@follyforlondon haven't published yet. Ran out of time yesterday.

via Twitter for iPhone in reply to follyforlondon

Intriguing pop-up restaurant in St John's Hall, Fair Street @TheGroundnut:…

via Twitter for Mac

AniseGallery After a new clock? How about The Clock by @jeanettebarnes1 Materials sourced from riverbeds.

via Twitter Web Client (retweeted on 12:51 PM, Nov 7th, 2015 via Tweetbot for Mac)

peterproperty First in an occasional series, opening with a rant about those ranting against the .

via TweetDeck (retweeted on 12:39 PM, Nov 7th, 2015 via Twitter for Mac)

KenningtonPOB Whether pro or anti , this a top tweet…

via Twitter for iPhone (retweeted on 12:39 PM, Nov 7th, 2015 via Twitter for Mac)

[Job vacancy] Cleaner, Southwark Playhouse:…

via Twitter for Mac

Look out for high speed Javelin train passing through Waterloo East just after 6pm…

via Twitter for Mac

StGeorgesCath St George's was dedicated on this day, 7 November, in 1894, in a ceremony that lasted 4 and 1/4 hrs. Almost 50 years after opening in 1848.

via Twitter for iPhone (retweeted on 12:02 PM, Nov 7th, 2015 via Twitter for iPhone)

"No ifs, no buts, no Lambeth library cuts":… via @Jason_Cobb

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Controversy over 168 bus to Old Kent Road Tesco continues to rage on letters page of @WestEndExtra newspaper:…

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'CASTLE' lettering being applied to windows of new E&C leisure centre

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harbinger When she spoke to Labour Party ward meeting @cllrpeck attempted to dismiss opposition to as "noise"…

via Twitter for iPhone (retweeted on 9:59 AM, Nov 7th, 2015 via Twitter for iPhone)

@jonaths Green @DarrenJohnsonAM has tabled a formal question to Mayor about that junction - no reply from Boris

via Twitter for iPhone in reply to jonaths

Lambeth leader @cllrpeck has been a "fantastic collaborator" with says Thomas Heatherwick…

via Twitter for iPhone

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