Crunch time for videogames

Crunch time for videogames

How one of the most profitable growing industries is built on the backs of its workers Considering that humanity as a whole has spent unprecedented amounts of time locked down in their homes this year, it’s unsurprising that the videogame industry has seen the kind of profits that would have...

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The National Theatre Adapts School Programmes

The National Theatre Adapts School Programmes

The National Theatre adapts programmes to support theatre in schools across the UK throughout 2020/21. Three unique courses (Connections, New Views, Let’s Play) offer high quality online workshops that are flexible with timings for both teachers and students. The theatre is ready to “embrace digital” so that Covid-19 is not...

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Local groups get £12,000 to mark black history month

Local groups get £12,000 to mark black history month

Organisations, businesses and local groups have received funding to host Black History Month events in Kensington and Chelsea this October. The Council has allocated £12,251 in grants to several exciting new projects, run by 25 different organisations. Events will occur both online and offline. Residents and visitors can join in...

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