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The 39 Steps

The 39 Steps

On Saturday, I went to see The 39 Steps with my Goodfather Giles. This, as you will find out if you see it, is hilariously funny… At a London music hall, Richard Hannay watches a show including a man with a great memory, coincidentally called Mr Memory....

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Book Review: Un Lun Dun

Book Review: Un Lun Dun

This book is about Zanna, the ‘Shwazzy’, and Deeba, Zanna’s friend. They have been finding strange signs around London, which oddly, are all linked to Zanna. She has been sent a letter, written to the ‘Shwazzy’. After a French lesson at school, Deeba...

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Simply Gershwin

Simply Gershwin

On Saturday 19th November I sat down in the Royal Festival Hall to hear an impressive concert. It was the music of the American George Gershwin, some songs of which I recognised, and some of which I didn’t. He composed these in the early 20th century,...

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Saints Alive by Michael Landy

Saints Alive by Michael Landy

In the summer holidays, my family and I went to an exhibition at the National Gallery, called Saints Alive. It was created by contemporary artist Michael Landy, who is one of the Young British Artists. He is best known for his art installation ‘Break...

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Horrible Histories: Spies

A few weeks ago, my brother and I went to an exhibition at the Imperial War Museum called Horrible Histories: Spies. It told us about what English spies would use to trick the enemy in the Second World War, and how they would do it. Clever Camouflage...

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Michelle Obama RAP

I read in the paper today that next month, Michelle Obama is releasing a new album of RAP songs named Song For a Healthier America. Its aim is to encourage American children to eat their vegetables. The fact that she has used RAP as the type of music...

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A Boat Trip In Bath

A Boat Trip In Bath

A few days ago, I went on a boat trip in Bath with my brother and Grandpa. We travelled down the River Avon, Avon meaning ‘river’ in Celtic. They are many other rivers in England named ‘Avon’, and there are also a few dotted around English-speaking countries...

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