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The final headliners have now been revealed for WildLife Festival 2017.Created by Disclosure and Rudimental in 2015, the event has become one of the biggest in Sussex and will be held at Brighton City Airport on June 9 and 10 this year.Dizzee Rascal will perform this year's event, along with Jess Glyne, Fatboy Slim, George Ezra, Eric Prydz, Stormzy, Disclosure B2B Armand Van Helden, Rudimental, Clean Bandit, J Hus and more. Speaking of additions to the 2017 line up, Disclosure said: We're...
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The annual Lin Zhaohua Theater Arts Festival is an important cultural event in China that brings well-known foreign plays to audiences here.
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RENOWNED speakers have been added to the line-up for this year’s Oxford Literary Festival.
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STORMZY has been revealed as the latest addition to this year’s Parklife Festival line-up.
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A HAMPSHIRE music festival has been cancelled because organisers say it can't compete with a newly-announced Craig David show.
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"We have referred the matter to the Communications and Multimedia Ministry and Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) for further action, including blocking the dissemination of the video online," he said when contacted. The documentary film is directed by local Lau Kek-Huat, and recounts his journey tracing his family history, including his father's role in the communist insurgency. The movie took him five years to make, costing over RM80,000. It has also won the Singapore International Film Festival's Audience Award.
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Man Booker Prize-shortlisted author Madeleine Thien and acclaimed Korean-American writer Krys Lee are among more than 60 influential literary figures attending The Script Road this year, Macaus literary festival, making it the biggest since the event was launched in 2012. Getting bigger was not intentional, says the festivals programme director and co-founder, Hélder Beja. Last years festival turned out to be almost bigger than the festival team could manage and the...
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And how about this for some edible political coverage? This is a 3D printer being used to create pancakes at a festival in Moscow. Customers can bring their own images to have them turned into food - and the most popular design, yes, it's none other than Donald Trump. And as we have been discussing, top American officials have been arriving in Mexico.
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The company said an employee is suspected of forging documents and colluding with others to steal from the company. South Korean authorities and Interpol are currently investigating. How about this for some edible political coverage? A 3D printer being used to create pancakes at a Moscow festival.
STV
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When we got to the train it looked like everybody was OK. A new exhibition of police wanted posters from the last century is on display in Aberdeen as part of the city's Granite Noir crime-fiction festival. From dark and deadly deeds, to a missing bulldog called Billy, they tell the tales of the most wanted and most feared criminals on the run.
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There will be pictures for people to watch the and while performances are not on. For a full list of the minor, go to the festival website. -- line-up.
BBC One East
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As well as performers, they have announced literature events, theatre, music and dance. The Khan Company take audiences from Britain to Bangladesh with this cross-cultural performance of Chotto Desh. As well as these ticketed shows, the festival organisers were keen to make the festival accessible to as many people as possible. We see the arts as being for everyone regardless of whether you like theatre or classical music, or whether you can afford to buy a ticket or not.
BBC One East
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Robbie West is at one of the outside venues for us now. If we look into the sky tonight, we can't see the moon. But that will all change can't see the moon. But that will all change during the festival. Why? There is a large replica moon that is going to hang here at the Forum.
BBC One East
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The Norfolk and Norwich Arts Festival attracts audiences of more than 60,000. It's survived funding cuts and organisers promise there is something for everyone despite criticisms in the past of it being elite.