Exhibitionists on Exhibition Road

DanceToday - Exhibition road Oct12

DanceToday – Exhibition road Oct12

Anyone who didn’t manage to get a ticket to see the Olympic or Paralympic Games could still enjoy the party atmosphere around London with special events popping up everywhere. One of particular interest was the Exhibition Road Show, or shall we call it nine days of partying on South Kensington’s Exhibition Road?

Free for all, the event saw over 60,000 visitors rendezvous on Exhibition Road to eat wonderful food, play table games, watch acrobatics, listen to music and dance.

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Q&A: Robyn Simpson

DanceToday - Robyn Simpson Jul12

DanceToday – Robyn Simpson Jul12

A cast of 20,000 is warming up for the London 2012 opening and closing ceremonies, which will be watched by an estimated audience of four billion. Geny Caloisi hears from dancer and choreographer Robyn Simpson, one of the aerial captains for the Olympics opening ceremony on July 27, which will involve a blend of theatre, dance, circus skills, acrobatics – and lots of surprises!

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A new life for The Dome

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AV Magazine, applications – A new life for the Dome

The white elephant has been revived. The a-v content, rather than the technology, in the original Millennium Dome let it down, but now the structure has a new lease of life, reports Geny Calois.

The beginning of the new millennium left Londoners with a huge dormant white elephant in north Greenwich. The Dome angered many people because of the ludicrous amount of taxpayers’ money – £750m – spent on something that only lasted a year and was closed for five.

But the days of the Dome’s useless existence are over. Now it has become a vibrant gathering space with plenty of things going on at any one time. This is the birth of ‘The O2.’

Follow this link to see the PDF: New life for The Dome Aug07