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One of East London’s famous art deco cinemas once frequented by the Krays which closed half-a-century ago is being redeveloped as luxury apartments for the property market.

Yesterday, 16:42
Khadijah age 4

Alea Begum didn’t know who to turn to for help when her 12-month-old baby was diagnosed with a rare dondition that led to brain damage and blindness.

Yesterday, 07:00
Passers-by enjoy water spout in Old Ford [photo: Dan McCurry]

Water, water everywhere in London’s East End—and plenty of drops to drink, Coleridge’s Ancient Mariner might be pleased to hear.

Tue, 14:54
Conference on how start ups can make the most of collaborating with corporates

Start-ups were advised to be confident and know their worth when doing business with bigger companies at a conference about how they could effectively collaborate with larger corporates.

Sunday, May 24, 2015
New-born monster searches for her mummy

Children aged four to eight are being invited to a story-telling session about a ‘Mummy for Melissa’ in London’s East End as part of a week of half-term activities at Whitechapel’s Centre of the Cell.

Saturday, May 23, 2015
Exhibition by Bow Arts earlier this month at its Rum Factory gallery in Wapping's London Dock

A prestigious arts education trust in London’s East End is holding its 20th anniversary birthday bash next month with the public being let in to peek behind the scenes—despite critics once predicting such things would flop.

Friday, May 22, 2015
Cinnamon restaurant’s chef Mudin Chowdry and his brainstorming curry

A spicy recipe thought up by a Brick Lane ‘Curry Mile’ chef that he claims will help ‘the little grey cells’ is being used to try and trace a wouldbe millionaire lurking in London’s East End who’s forgotten they bought a winning Lottery ticket.

Sport

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Upminster blogger Nick Ison interviews fourth-team captain Billy Wright

Yesterday, 16:30
John Mackie in action for Leyton Orient during his successful spell with the club (pic: LOFC).

John Mackie discusses managerial changes throughout 2014/15 campaign and what president Francesco Becchetti got wrong more than anything else

Yesterday, 13:19
Orient's Kevin Lisbie applauds the away support after full time against Yeovil Town (pic: Simon O'Connor).

Jamaican forward expected to complete transfer to League Two side Barnet

Yesterday, 10:32
Essex Schools' under-16s celebrate their success at Craven Cottage (pic: essexfa.com)

SEESFA Under16s: Inner London 0 Essex 2

Yesterday, 09:32
A Harold Wood batsman trudges off after being dismissed at Chelmsford (pic: Gavin Ellis/TGSPHOTO)

Chris Bennett blogs about life at Harold Wood CC

Tue, 15:25
Orient's Scott Cuthbert exchanges words with a Swindon rival in his last appearance for the club (pic: Simon O'Connor)

Scottish defenders bids farewell to Brisbane Road but is staying in League Two

Mon, 16:30
John Mackie in action for Leyton Orient during his successful spell with the club (pic: LOFC).

38-year-old discusses managers positions, frustration for the fans and possible new man in charge at E10

Entertainment

Yesterday, 11:45

The UK’s only dedicated hip-hop festival is back in London for a warm-up party.

Saturday, May 23, 2015
Exhibition by Bow Arts earlier this month at its Rum Factory gallery in Wapping's London Dock

A prestigious arts education trust in London’s East End is holding its 20th anniversary birthday bash next month with the public being let in to peek behind the scenes—despite critics once predicting such things would flop.

Friday, May 22, 2015
Emily Hall’s 'Folie a Deux' gets its London premiere at Spitalfields Music Festival June 6 and 7 [photo: Johan Persson]

Spitalfields Music summer festival returns to London’s East End next month for its 39th year with a new lights-and-music folie à deux staging its London premiere on June 6 and 7.

Wednesday, May 20, 2015
Latitude, one of the festivals in our big ticket giveaway. Picture Dan Wilton

We’re giving away a free Summer Festivals Guide with every copy of tomorrow’s paper.

Saturday, May 16, 2015
Antonio Olmos' Landscape of Murder at RichMix

“It started when a woman was murdered close to where I live in January 2011.”

Wednesday, May 13, 2015
We're giving tickets away to more than 20 festivals, including WOMAD pictured above

Summer is just around the corner, which means festival season will soon be upon us.

Thursday, May 7, 2015
Rum Factory exhibition at Wapping

A shortlist of 23 artists living or working in East London are competing in an exhibition being staged in an old rum factory near the Tower of London waiting to see who gets a £10,000 prize and their own show.

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The sell out 2014 event 32 Londoners, returns to the Coca-Cola London Eye!

The Coca-Cola London Eye is proud to announce that 32 Londoners will be returning this June, following last year’s sell out event. The event will feature 32 talks, in each of the London Eye’s 32 capsules on 32 extraordinary Londoners.

You could take in stunning views of London over brunch at the Sky Garden

Celebrate lighter, brighter days with the chance of winning an indulgent brunch for two with a bottle of bubbles at Darwin, the cool and casual brasserie 36 floors up at Sky Garden.

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