After a hugely successful summer Arcadia is returning to London for 2019. The festival will head back to Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park on May 4-5. It marks the only UK stop for the iconic spider and the only UK performance of the evolving Metamorphosis show, a brand new incarnation of The Reactor - Arcadia’s 360 degree immersive indoor experience. Arcadia founders Pip Rush & Bert Cole said: "We can't wait to return to Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in 2019 after such an incredible debut show. "We're hugely excited about all the evolutions and developments on the boil and can't wait to share them with everyone next May. It's going to be an unforgettable weekend in the heart of the capital." This summer they collaborated an Aboriginal nation, the Whadjuk Noongar, and will once again team up with cultures to create new live experiences from ancient rites of celebration to the newest ideas shaping our future. Find out how to get tickets to the event below. Where can I get tickets? … [Read more...] about Arcadia is returning to Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park for 2019
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0 Have your say I have finally come to the conclusion that my pub crawling days are well and truly over, especially when you consider that four pints was enough to leave me with a head-spinning, two-day hangover! I would certainly never consider myself a lightweight because I do enjoy a drink. But mixed with early starts and two children, those days now look like they’ve hit the buffers.And what a Saturday it was.It was very much like going back to the days before children… and a wife for that matter.I went over on the 1.30pm Gosport ferry, hopped on to the train for Fratton station and then walked up to Fratton Park.It’s a route I’ve taken thousands of times in the past but work and family commitments meant this was only my sixth visit since children came along.The match was brilliant. Pompey won 4-1 and I saw enough to feel we could compete for automatic promotion this season. Yes OK, it’s early … [Read more...] about Fratton Park, Queen Elizabeth and four pints – not quite the perfect Saturday: Rick Jackson
PUBLISHED: 09:48 26 July 2018 | UPDATED: 09:48 26 July 2018 Sophie Morton CGI of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park pavilion Picture: International Quarter London ACME Plans for a multi-storey pavilion in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park have been approved. CGI of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park pavilion Picture: International Quarter LondonThe London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC) planning committee gave the green light to the 10,000 sq ft venue, which will be part of the International Quarter London (IQL) scheme.Designed by ACME for developers Lendlease and LCR, it will be created from timber and host the park’s visitor centre, a cafe and two restaurants. There will also be an acessible roof terrace.David Joy, the chief executive of LCR, said: “We are pleased to have secured another important planning consent for IQL. “The pavilion will provide a new public space for the community within an impressive, high quality setting. CGI of the … [Read more...] about Timber pavilion to house new Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park visitor centre
28 December, 2017 - 16:00 Marshland group members with gifts, Wes Attwell, Matt Green, Wendy Ferguson and Philip Kew with staff from Rudham Ward (far left). Archant Members of a business networking group in Wisbech have come together to donate Christmas presents to children at the Queen Elizabeth II Hospital in Kings Lynn. The group is part of the Business Networking International (BNI) and members of the Marshland and Vancouver group have donated four large bags of presents to the Rudham Childrens Ward. Claire James, president of the Marshland group, said: “We are a group of local business people who meet each week to grow our businesses and our members have enjoyed a fantastic year. “We are all aware Christmas isn’t always an easy time for some families and the whole group wanted to donate gifts, not just to the children who are in hospital, but also to their siblings. “We would also like to acknowledge and thank Youngsters World in Kings Lynn for a … [Read more...] about Marshland networking group deliver Christmas presents to Queen Elizabeth II Hospital children’s ward
A TODDLER is the latest victim of a big cat attack after he was snatched by leopard in a safari park in Uganda. The three-year-old is thought to have been being looked after by a nanny when the attack happened. Here's all you need to know. Who was the toddler? The three-year-old boy is thought to be the son of a ranger at Queen Elizabeth National Park. This means the toddler would have lived on the ground with his mum in the unfenced staff quarters. The toddler is thought to have followed a maid out of the main house and towards a kitchen when the leopard pounced. The member of staff is believed to have been unaware the child had followed them out of the house. When she heard the screams the maid tried to intervene but the leopard dragged the little boy into a bush and mauled him at about 9pm on Friday. Park rangers scoured the park for the three-year-old but only found his skull the following day. Wildlife authority spokesman Bashir Hangi said the rangers are hunting the leopard as it … [Read more...] about Who was the toddler eaten by a leopard in Uganda and where is Queen Elizabeth National Park?