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News & features published on 28 February 2007
Locals and celebs mingle in Rankin's Front Row

A 47-metre frieze of photographs featuring celebrities and local residents has been unveiled outside the Royal Festival Hall on the South Bank.

Rescue bid for Calder Bookshop

Actor and broadcaster Peter Marinker, creative director of The Bookshop Theatre Company, has announced that he is pursuing opportunities to save the Calder Bookshop.

Waterloo's Sunday night samba school

The London School of Samba is the original samba school in the capital and offers dance and drumming classes in Waterloo every Sunday.

Generations at the Young Vic

The Maria in the Young Vic has been transformed for Debbie Tucker Green's Generations.

Concern for patient missing from St Thomas'

Police are growing increasingly concerned for the safety of a patient who has gone missing from the Intensive Care Unit Cardiac Ward of St Thomas' Hospital.

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