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I still haven't seen it. But how does it measure up to musicals of the past? And just how much of a challenge was it for its lead actors? Sky's Arts Entertainment correspondent Katie Spencer has been finding out.
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Former president Barack Obama can not run again for president in the U.S., but that isnt stopping a group of French fans who are trying to get him to run in their upcoming election. Paris has been canvassed with “Obama17signs, which urge people to visit a website to sign a petition for the former U.S. president to run. According to the website, Obama is their choice "because he has the best resume in the world for the job.” The site also alludes to the rising popularity of right-wing parties in France. "At a time when France is about to vote massively for the extreme right, we can still give a lesson of democracy to the planet by electing a French president, a foreigner," according to the website, which is in French. According to ABC News, a spokesman for the group behind the website said, “We started dreaming about this idea two months before the end of Obama's presidency.
USA Today - Top Stories
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Groups worry he will push to eliminate the federal arts agency in his upcoming budget.
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Lincolnshire Echo
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An old church isn't the usual place for a rock concert but a group of Lincoln College students are bringing Lincoln's oldest church to life in a spectacular way. To will mark the successful completion of urgent repairs to St Mary le Wigford church, Lincoln College students will be bringing the 1000-year-old building into the 21st century with a theatrical extravaganza. Production arts and music students are teaming up as they present Pink Floyd classics in a theatrical show at this...
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Ant & Dec's former show might be returning to TV screens next year for a one-off special.
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The Week
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Inspired by such waterside cityscapes as Chicago and Manhattan, the development comprises seven towers. Each is decked out in a different colour that takes its cues from the local area's maritime history as well as the nearby Trinity Buoy Wharf lighthouse, which was used by scientist Michael Faraday to conduct his pioneering electrical experiments. The 1,700 new homes vary from one-bed apartments to expansive penthouses, offering enviable views across the east of the city. Particular attention has been paid to the on-site amenities, which encompass the City Island Arts Club, a bolthole for residents where they can enjoy the library and games room in luxury clubhouse surrounds, and a dedicated gym, equipped with hydro-pool saunas and steam rooms. One of the most exciting draws is the future arrival of the English National Ballet headquarters and school, which will certainly boost Leamouth Peninsula's creative credentials.
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Each will be centred around three core themes: community, witnessing history and Magnum Photos Now, exploring the institution's connection to past and present visual culture. Among the varied displays will be a takeover of the Paris Metro from 28 February, in which 174 Magnum photographs will be shown across 11 stations of the transport network. From 3 March to 21 May, the lens will turn to Italy, as the country's history is explored through photographs from the 1940s to the present day at the Fondazione Camera in Torino. Across the Atlantic, there will be a similarly reflective look at the Big Apple, with the exhibition Early Magnum: On In New York. Showing at the National Arts Club from 29 March to 28 April, the exhibition will showcase some of the agency's earliest images of the city. In London, Magnum's president Martin Parr will curate a selection of prints belonging to David Hurn, a collection the photography connoisseur has built up over the years mostly through swapping with fellow photographers, which will be on display at Somerset House from 18 to 21 May.
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The UK rapper said he had been making a film with candidates.
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Find out where you can enjoy live jazz around Lincoln in the coming weeks... Friday (February 24) will see the Jenny Smith Quartet, with Jenny Smith (vocals), Jon Chamberlain (piano), Emlyn Vaughan (double bass) and Stevie Smith (drums) making a welcome return again to the Zing Bar, Lincoln Performing Arts Centre from 5pm-7pm. The following week on Friday, March 3, at the same venue, make a point of checking out Jam Experiment, a jazz quintet formed in 2013 and based in London. This is a new...
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The actress speaks for the first time about why she won't appear in Red Nose Day Actually.
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Singer Beyonce has pulled out of this years Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival because of her pregnancy with twins. The Lemonade star was due to headline at