AI PROFILE Small steps, lengthening strides

Ros Robins, executive director, Dance Consortium

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Basement Blues, Life in the Elephant for Picture Post, 8th January 1949, by Bert Hardy

Alan Sparrow on a legend of photojournalism

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MY STORY Commercial value

Oi!, the young UK-based illustration agency founded by Oli Roberts and his wife Abbie, has linked up with NABS, the charity that supports the advertising and media industry, in LivingPrint, a campaign to improve wellness among marketing and advertising workers post-Covid.

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My Story Acting up in class

Norwich Theatre – Norwich Theatre Royal, Norwich Playhouse and Stage Two - has been awarded £150,000 by the Paul Hamlyn Foundation for what is expected to be a ground-breaking project to support young people and their mental health, Wise About Words. It is major undertaking for the theatre and its chief executive Stephen Crocker, and for its partner in the scheme the Wensum Trust.

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GOOD PRACTICE GUIDE The ordering of Bath

Two of Bath’s favourites with visitors are coming out of the Covid crisis with optimism. Simon Tait paid a visit to find out why

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Life and colourful times of a medieval manor house

A 15th century Lincolnshire manor house with a multi-hued career is having its many different lives told as it reopens on Saturday (July 3).

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Diana, Princess of Wales, South Kensington, London, 13th November 1980, by Ian Tyas of Keystone Press

Former Fleet Street picture editor Alan Sparrow talks to Ian Tyas

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Dickens Museum takes to the mean streets of Victorian London

The museum that now occupies the house where Charles Dickens wrote one of his most popular novels has turned to the streets the writer roamed at night for its new exhibition.

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The helmet-less heroes that built Tower Bridge

London’s Tower Bridge is a monument to Victorian invention and extravagant vision, but also to the endeavour of the men – and women – that built and worked in it.

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AI PROFILE Tara - small becomes powerful

Abdul Shayek, artistic director and chief executive, Tara Theatre

On the night of Friday, June 4th, 1976, an 18-year-old Sikh engineering student, Gurdip Singh Chaggar, was stabbed to death in Southall.

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Can we design our way out of climate disaster?

The delayed third London Design Biennale opens today at Somerset House with a resounding message, writes Simon Tait

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Festival Gardens Funfair, Battersea Park, 1st June 1957, by Terry Fincher

Former Fleet Street picture editor Alan Sparrow on the work of Terry Fincher 

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