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Issue 80

The song that keeps on going round and round in your head is right here for you to enjoy again and again, plus we talk about some of London's latest cultural offerings this summer.

Female Domination at Frieze Art Fair

Frieze Art Fair is one of the most highly-anticipated events of the year for art lovers nationwide. This year, the fair is predicted to see an astonishing 60,000 visitors who are collectively estimated to spend millions of pounds on artwork from over 1,000 different artists who will be showcasing their masterpieces.

However, for this year’s Frieze Art Fair there will be a twist – as a response to the ‘hard fact’ that male artists dominate the industry, the Artistic Director of Frieze has chosen 11 significant female individuals from the art scene to put forward 10 female artists who they feel are unappreciated and under-recognised to exhibit some of their work during this year’s exhibition.

Running this autumn from 4-7th October in Regent’s Park, the theme surrounding this year’s Frieze has been motivated by aptness of this year marking 100 years since women were granted the vote in the United Kingdom.

Leake Street Arches

Are you ready to give a warm welcome to the latest cultural offering South of the river in London? Say hello to Leake Street Arches in Waterloo, A.K.A the only place to spend your time this summer if you want food, unrivalled entertainments and urban art at its finest.

Back in 2008, the adjacent graffiti tunnels were transformed into a renowned cultural space, thanks to street artist Banksy; so it was only right that their neighbouring tunnels were given some attention. These eight former railway arches have had a complete makeover and have now been turned into London’s number one hotspot of the summer. Expect to see an abundance of seriously creative art, lip-smacking food choices and endless hours of entertainment, plus a selection of original independent businesses being houses there.

This exciting addition is proof that South Bank is still at the top of its game and remains as one of London’s top cultural gems.

It's Coming Home

We still believe, we still believe
It's coming home,
It's coming home, it's coming
Football's coming home
It's coming home,
It's coming home, it's coming
Football's coming home
Tears for heroes dressed in grey
No plans for final day
Stay in bed,drift away
It could have been all
Songs in the street
It was nearly complete
It was nearly so sweet
And now I'm singing
three lions on a shirt
Jules Rimet still gleaming

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