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Reel Islington: Q&A with director Sophie Ansell

February 26, 20140

Sophie Ansell is one of the directors that entered into this year’s Reel Islington Film Festival Short Film Awards under the theme ‘Home is where I want to be…’, screening this Friday
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Reel Islington: Q&A with director Dave Lojek

February 26, 20140

Dave Lojek is one of the directors that entered into this year’s Reel Islington Film Festival Short Film Awards under the theme ‘Home is where I want to be…’, screening this Friday
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Reel Islington: Q&A with director Matthew Barton

February 26, 20140

Matthew Barton is one of the directors that entered into this year’s Reel Islington Film Festival Short Film Awards under the theme ‘Home is where I want to be…’, screening this Friday
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Podcast: Independent cinema in Islington

February 22, 20140

Independent cinema isn’t just for hardcore movie buffs. We look at what’s on in Islington and find out why audiences are attracted to independent films

Podcast: Tattoo taboo? The role of religion in getting inked

February 17, 20140

Tattoos continue to be popular in the UK, especially among the young. How much does religion play a part in the decision to get ‘inked’?

From The Bronx to Brick Lane: The rise of street art tourism in Shoreditch

February 5, 20141

Bright neon colours, socio-political messages and complex paste-ups regularly draw visitors down the alleyways of the East End.
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Islington’s religious heritage featured at new exhibition in Holloway

December 20, 20130

Contemporary ideas of faith in the borough explored by young people’s arts project, reports Anjali Mandalia

Video: Discovering street art in Shoreditch

December 11, 20130

Shoreditch has firmly established itself as the street art borough of London, with numerous guided tours dedicated to the area’s many masterpieces.

Podcast: What’s the future for new theatre spaces like the Barbican’s Milton Court?

December 11, 20130

Following the opening of the Barbican’s newest state-of-the-art performance centre, Milton Court, we asked what theatre is doing to stay relevant and attract new audiences.