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Is the theatre industry really becoming diverse ?

Is the theatre industry really becoming diverse ?

Arts, Entertainment, Featured
Over the last few years, there have been several debates and discussions on making the theatre industry more diverse, in terms of its actors/actresses and behind the scenes. Lyn Gardner is one of the critics discussing the industries diversity with her most recent article, ' Theatre is embracing diversity but it's still not enough.' With the Theatre industry known for being owned by white impresarios, it has been highlighted that theatre audiences have acquired a specific demographic which consists of white middle-aged women and men. The theatre industry is trying to appeal more to a wider audience through plays such as Aladdin and the lion king which are known for having an ethnic cast, however, this still has not bridged the gap in bringing diversity to the stage. However, UK theatres...
The power of sounds: Gong baths

The power of sounds: Gong baths

Arts, Entertainment, Music
Sound healing has been used for centuries to attempt to cure mental illnesses, lower stress levels, improve overall health and help people to connect to the Universe and inner self. The magic of music and the power of sounds are so strong they can change our lives. The range of an average human hearing is 20Hz to 20,000Hz. It is believed that at the same time we are capable to focus on the eight most dominant sounds in the environment. That could be: traffic noises, voices, music and much more. Sounds and music have different purpose in our lives. Some make us happy, some irritate, others help to maintain focus and motivation. But have you ever heard about the magical sounds that can heal us? Sound healing can help with : Sleep disorders Depression Stress PT...
Modern Panic exhibition to open this week

Modern Panic exhibition to open this week

Arts, Entertainment, Exhibition
A collective of artists and London’s biggest underground event organiser Guerrilla Zoo is organising an annual surreal and shocking art exhibition called Modern Panic IX. Modern Panic will open its doors to the public Saturday, 17th of November, and will continue to exhibit works from 11-7pm daily until the following week, 25th of November. Modern Panic is happening for the ninth time already and this year it features over 70 artists from all over the world. This year it is happening at the Archive Gallery, The Rose Lipman Building. Private viewings featuring performing artists Syban, Aepril Schaile, Austin Sherlaw-Johnson, Jylle Navarro & Neon Naked Life Drawing and Liam Brandon Murray are happening on Friday, 16th of November, 7pm - 11pm. However, it is recommended to buy ticke
Blizzard Gaming faces backlash over Diablo announcement on Blizzcon

Blizzard Gaming faces backlash over Diablo announcement on Blizzcon

Arts, Entertainment, Technology
The annual PC gaming convention held by Blizzard Entertainment in Anaheim, CA wrapped up earlier this week and it’s safe to say that the fans went home with mixed emotions. Judging from the huge response on Twitter and Reddit, the changes to ongoing Blizzard projects as well as the ones yet to be launched had torn the fanbase apart. The main talking point of the convention was, of course, the announcement of a long-anticipated, brand-new Diablo game. Since the original Diablo hack ’n’ slash stormed the hearts and wallets of PC gamers in 2000, Blizzard has continued to skillfully widen the fanbase of what had become one of the flagships in the company’s fleet of games. However, it’s been six years since we’ve seen the last expansion and the only place to look for news of Diablo 4
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