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Some Voices Sing Baz Luhrmann's Romeo and Juliet is an event you may only attend once in your life time. Just perfectly dated in the Christmas days, on Wednesday and Thursday, 200 individuals are forming a choir and "making the doves cry" by singing most beautiful Romeo and Juliet lyrics. Your ticket also includes the entrance to the Masquerade Ball! Find out more about it here.
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At the Creativity Festival you will find Raff who played alongside Lily Allen and Ed Sheeran, Dana McKoen (THE beatboxer), NK, a soulsensation and the list continues... Add the cosy site of Cafe 1001, Brick Lane, one of the best 2014 Christmas parties is reassembling the great of the greatest. 
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Rythmetic beats underlined with piano notes played by Quash. Sounds good, right? Modern classic by nlCo, have you heard of it? Many haven't, so be one of the first and listen to each music style life at We Dream Electric
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Have you seen people queuing in front of a house and you would love to be one of them, excited to see the insight? This is what happened to me more than once close to Old Street Station. I found out how to enter the mystery. It is called The  Nightjar and promises a one in a life time cocktail experience
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