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News & features published on 14 December 2008
New wave of grants announced as local kids show off their talents

More than 50 children took part in a concert at the Unicorn Theatre last week to showcase the work of community groups funded by Team London Bridge’s Small Grants Fund.

New under-5s drop-in in the Borough to replace lost Chipper Club

Three months after Charterhouse-in-Southwark's Chipper Club playgroup closed its doors, a new series of drop-in sessions for under-5s and their parents is about to start.

Dixie Ticklers' New Orleans-style nursery rhymes

The Dixie Ticklers have given 15 classic nursery rhymes and children's songs a New Orleans-style makeover.

It's Behind You! at the Union Theatre

It's Behind You is a pantomime for adults. Set in the town of Pantoville where all our favourite panto characters live like Buttons and Prince Charming, we find that most of our heroes and heroines are constantly drunk and high just to get through the day

Laura Ivill is named as 'London Leader'

Laura Ivill, vice-chair of Bankside Open Spaces Trust, has been chosen as one of 16 'London Leaders' tasked with tackling climate change and making the city a better place to live.

Sleeping Beauty at the Unicorn Theatre

Following tradition the Unicorn Theatre is staging a big Christmas production, and this time it is pantomime. However Sleeping Beauty is no ordinary panto.

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