The Simon & Garfunkel Story, a fully immersive musical experience set in the 1960s, will run at the Lyric Theatre in London’s West End later this year.The production will run on 4 September, 2 October, 6 November and 4 December 2017.Having toured internationally this musical evening takes audiences through the story of Simon & Garfunkel’s career, using contemporary newsreels, adverts and film footage from the 1960s and beyond in order to tell this exciting musical tale.Led by Sam O’Hanlon as Paul Simon and Charles Blyth as Art Garfunkel, a full live band and brass ensemble will rekindle all the duo’s classic hits including, including ‘Mrs Robinson’, ‘Cecilia’, ‘Bridge Over Troubled Water’, ‘Homeward Bound’, ‘The Sound of Silence’ and many more.Returning to London for the first time since 2015 at the Leicester Square Theatre, The Simon & Garfunkel Story continues to enjoy international success from Sydney to Seattle.For groups bookings call 0330 333 4817 or email [email protected]
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Share 81 Views no discussions Sharing is caring! CoronavirusLocalNews The First Batch of Medical Supplies from China Reaches Dominica by: – April 4, 2020 Share On April 4, the Handover Ceremony of Medical Supplies donated by China to Dominica was held at the China-Dominica Friendship Hospital and attended by Hon. Kenneth Darroux, Minister of Foreign Affairs, International Business and Diaspora Relations, Hon. Irving McIntyre, Minister of Health, Wellness and New Health Investment as well as H.E. Lu Kun, Chinese Ambassador to Dominica.During speeches, Ambassador Lu said that China always stands with and supports of Dominica, especially in the difficult times. The two Ministers thanked China for its medical aid and spoke highly of the bilateral relations.On the afternoon of April 3, the first batch of medical supplies from China arrived in China-Dominica Friendship Hospital. Provided by Jack Ma Foundation and Alibaba Foundation, these supplies, including 1,536 nucleic acid test kits and 30,000 surgical masks, will be used for COVID-19 epidemic containment efforts in Dominica.China and Dominica are good friends. When the epidemic was taking heavy toll in China, the Dominican government and people stood in solidarity with China in its disease control efforts. Dominican Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit spoke in Parliament supporting China and headed all Cabinet members to the Chinese Embassy to express solidarity for China. Despite difficulties, the Dominican government managed to donate masks to China. Leader of Dominica United Workers’ Party Hon. Lennox Linton and other people from all sectors of Dominican society also expressed their support.Reciprocating an act of kindness is a fine tradition of the Chinese nation. Though still in huge demand for medical materials, China has managed to make the donation to Dominica in a short period of time, fully demonstrating the deep friendship between the two countries. China wishes to enhance cooperation with Dominica in the fight against the epidemic and further strengthen China-Dominica relations and the friendship between the two peoples.More medical supplies donated by the Chinese Government and Embassy including 15 ventilators, N95 surgical masks, medical protective clothing, goggles, disposable medical gloves, disposable medical boot covers and forehead thermometers will also come soon.– / 6 Tweet Share
Liverpool lead Stoke 1-0 from the first leg of their semi-final and Manchester City will still be hopeful of turning this tie round as they look to repeat their 2014 success in the competition.When Jesus Navas cancelled out Ramiro Funes Mori’s first-half goal, City looked to hold a slender advantage ahead of the home leg in three weeks’ time but Lukaku’s headed goal 12 minutes from the end means the underdogs hold sway.Having won only three of their 11 Premier League games at Goodison Park this season — conceding 20 goals in the process — home advantage could have been seen as negligible for Everton as they looked to reach the semi-finals of the competition for the first time since 2008.City’s win at Watford last Saturday was their first away from home in the league since September but they did score four times in winning at Sunderland to launch their League Cup run and had rattled in 13 goals in three ties to reach the last four.They started as they meant to go on as they continue a pursuit of four possible trophies with all the possession in Everton’s half in the opening stages.But Roberto Martinez — who masterminded Wigan’s shock FA Cup final win over City in 2013 before joining Everton as manager later that month — is happy for his team to soak up early pressure as he tries to solve Everton’s defensive problems.And having kept City at arm’s length, bar a header from Nicolas Otamendi which went just wide following a corner, Everton grew into the game as an attacking threat.Twice the home side had the ball in the net but John Stones and Lukaku were rightly penalised for off-side.But then after Sergio Aguero had gone close for City with efforts saved by Joel Robles and blocked by Funes Mori they did make an effort count by taking the lead a minute into first-half stoppage time.– Second goal -Again Lukaku strayed into an off-side position but the ball dropped instead for Funes Mori after Willy Caballero had saved Ross Barkley’s fierce shot following a corner and the defender hooked in his second goal for the club.Everton didn’t let the tempo drop as they looked to push home their advantage after the break with Gerard Deulofeu testing Caballero with an attempted chip.The City keeper, deputising for rested England number one Joe Hart, then made a better save to deny Barkley after the midfielder had brushed aside Otamendi and raced into the box to create a shooting chance.But the visitors began to threaten themselves as they looked to level a pulsating tie.Aguero sliced an effort wide after being set up by David Silva and Robles was then grateful to grab a header from Fernandinho following a Navas cross.The Everton keeper was tested again as Kevin de Bruyne played a one-two with Aguero before curling an effort towards the bottom corner.And City’s pressure paid off with 14 minutes to go when they made it 1-1 with a superb goal on the break.Fernandinho’s long ball released Aguero and after running at the Everton defence, he slipped the ball into the path of Navas who side-footed home his first goal since September, 2014.City would have been delighted to have been going back to the Etihad Stadium on level terms but parity lasted just two minutes as Gareth Barry’s cross was powerfully headed home by Lukaku to give Everton the edge.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Lukaku gives Everton semi-final edge over CityLIVERPOOL, January 7 – Romelu Lukaku’s 19th goal of the season gave Everton a 2-1 win over Manchester City in their League Cup semi-final first leg clash on Wednesday.Everton haven’t lifted a trophy since the 1995 FA Cup but they took a step closer to Wembley and a possible repeat of their 1984 League Cup final with local rivals Liverpool thanks to Lukaku’s late winner.