The abrupt loss of Soviet financial support in 1989 resulted in the near-collapse of the Cuban economy, ushering in the almost two decades of austerity measures and severe shortages of food and basic consumer goods referred to as the Special…
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Thursday, April 11th from 6 to 10 pm at Close-Up Cinema in Shoreditch at 97 Sclater St, London E1 6HR.
Discover exciting short films including the Oscar nominated Dekalb Elementary starring Tarra Riggs - best known for her role as Gretchen…
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Attending a film shoot at a top London agency is all in a day’s work for a number of Richmond students, who will be playing a key role in a series of new short films which will help promote the University to potential students and their families.
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The Museum of Richmond has an exciting special exhibitions programme with two exhibitions each year and an active events programme to accompany them.
The major exhibition for 2020 will be of particular interest to alumni of the University…
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