luton carnival 2017

Luton International Carnival 2017 Luton International Carnival is back for a day of friendly, family, fun for all! The UK Centre for Carnival Arts will be ‘celebrating the world to build our future’ at this years carnival on Sunday 28th May 2017. Activities will start from 12 noon in Wardown Park, were you can sample…
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Dancehall Concert Cancelled After Hundreds Storm Venue

Police surrounded one of London’s biggest music venues after fans allegedly tried to storm a sold-out concert by Jamaican dancehall singer Alkaline. Roads around the O2 Academy Brixton were closed from 8pm with witnesses likening the scenes to a “warzone”. The MOBO-nominated star’s headline slot was cancelled at the last minute with promoters citing fears…
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RIO FERDINAND has criticised the Government for cutting benefits for widowed parents. Ahead of his BBC1 documentary, the 38-year-old spoke on the the new Bereavement Support Payment, saying it was unfair to put a time scale on the grieving process. Speaking to Emma Barnett on BBC Radio 5 live, the father of three said: “I…
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Luton Cultural Quarter

Luton Culture is an arts and cultural charity which provides exceptional and meaningful public engagement with museums, arts centres and libraries across the town. In the LCQ we provide performance and exhibition spaces, studios and a year-round theatre and events programme at The Hat Factory. Over the next five years Luton Culture plans to build…
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Sanchez busy year

Several shows and a new album for Sanchez this year. Long careers are a rarity in reggae, especially among dancehall artistes. With over 30 years in the music business under his belt, Sanchez has more than earned his stripes. The 50-year-old singer has had a banner year, after a relatively quiet 2015. He has appeared…
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