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If you’re ever near Elephant and Castle, you should have a nose around The Artwork Elephant! If you don’t already know, it’s a creative hub made from shipping containers, where you’ll find many a hidden gem – from cafes and bars to a flower shop, barbers and yoga studio. This week, we got the lowdown on one of those hidden gems; a film workshop known as The Film Collective. We got talking to Chloe, co-founder of Smashed Screen Films (the company running the workshop) to find out more.  

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Skiing is a sport close to our hearts and with the ski season almost upon us, it seemed the perfect opportunity to get in touch with someone ready to hit the slopes! 

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We were lucky enough to head down to the Telegraph Ski & Snowboard Show in Battersea Park last week and catch up with 22-year-old Jack Gower, who is a member of the Delancey British Alpine Senior Squad at British Ski & Snowboard (BSS). He shares his ski highs and lows, what’s next for him – and of course, what he likes most …

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We love east London for so many reasons, but its incredible food scene is definitely right up there. So we’re always on the look-out for awesome new places to feed our hungry tums. Canalside, which is Here East’s newest destination on the bank of the Lee Canal, fills us with excitement as a new spot for gorgeous grub… so we decided it was only fair to investigate! We chatted to Shane Harrison, the man behind restaurant Shane’s On Canalside to see why we should visit!

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Another week, another new retailer to open its doors in Stratford’s East Village. Already with four venues across London, the JaguarShoes Collective is expanding once more and unveiling a fifth space in the former Athletes’ Village. We caught up with Pasha Jacobs, who is the Creative Producer at REDYELLOWBLUE, to find out what this new space is all about. (Spoiler: it has nothing to do with shoes).

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First of all – can you give us an introduction to what REDYELLOWBLUE is?

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For lucky young people in London and across the UK, a visit to a local art gallery can often mean a visit to one of the greatest galleries in the world – such as the National Portrait Gallery. The Schools’ Programme at the Gallery, which is supported by Delancey, gets students out of the classroom and face-to-face with portraits representing people past and present. We spoke to Justine McLisky, who is the Head of Young People in the Gallery’s Learning Department, to find out what it’s all about.

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