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Friday 30 September 2011

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News & features published on 30 September 2011
The Playboy of the Western World at The Old Vic

Considering this dark, funny, thoroughly miserable Irish tale of deceit, villainy and disappointment was first performed at the Abbey Theatre Dublin in January 1907 it anticipates the genre of sitcom with remarkable wit.

Tweets on 30 September 2011

Very high tide on the Thames this afternoon

via London SE1

Former Chinese restaurant at Milroy Walk becomes art gallery

via bitly

10 per cent discount for Southwark library card holders on book purchases at @woolfsonandtay in Bermondsey Square

via bitly

'True Grit' is tonight's free open-air movie at The Scoop Last in this year's season.

via HootSuite

Ministry of Sound owner James Palumbo tells @newstatesman why he's backing Simon Hughes & funding the Lib Dems ttp://

via bitly

RT @nikkifordham1: Tiny tortoise/terrapin found by my colleagues this morning in SE1.

via HootSuite

Elephant and Castle cufflinks via @PJeweller

via bitly

#wbcm From 12 noon - coffee and Welsh cakes at Borough Welsh Chapel in aid of @macmillancancer @macmillancoffee

via HootSuite

Just published - review: The Playboy of the Western World at The Old Vic

via Google

Find out what's happening in SE1 this October with our monthly printed what's on guide

via bitly

Charles Dickens Primary School is now on Twitter @CDPS_Southwark

via HootSuite

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