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Fab UK Magazine covers art, film, festivals, theatre and sports Events across the United Kingdom and the globe.

Sex lives at risk as supporters choose football over partners this Valentine’s Day

Football fans are risking the wrath of their partners and putting their sex lives on the line because of their undying loyalty to their clubs, according to a recent survey. Almost a third of supporters have admitted that gaining promotion…

Diana Vishneva’s Context Festival Comes to London

M.ART PRESENTS THE FESTIVAL’S FIRST UK SHOWCASE OF THE BEST CONTEMPORARY RUSSIAN CHOREOGRAPHY ONE NIGHT ONLY SADLER’S WELLS THEATRE | TUESDAY 12TH MARCH 2019 Having taken Moscow and Saint Petersburg by storm Diana Vishneva’s CONTEXT Festival starts its international tour in London in…

Audi Chauffeurs the Stars to the BAFTA Film Awards

The BAFTA Film Awards are a celebration of the global excellence in cinema. This year, Olivia Colman’s racy portrayal of Queen Anne, The Favourite, leads with 12 nominations. Closely following with seven nods are Alfonso Cuarón’s much-lauded Roma, Queen biopic…

Nashville to host highly anticipated NFL Draft

Music City will be the proud host of the National Football League (NFL) Draft, kicking off the NFL’s 100th season! Running from the 25th – 27th April 2019, the Draft is undoubtedly one of America’s most anticipated sporting events of…

Anna Lingis – The Celebrity MUA Loved by Little Mix

Anna’s work with Perrie from Little Mix went viral at the end of last year, when she transformed her into Ursula from The Little Mermaid, and it’s this style of creative all-out makeover that has earned Anna her status as…

COLLABRO

Collabro will be back on the road next month for their biggest ever tour and have announced some very special guests joining them across the UK.  West End and Broadway Star Kerry Ellis and BBC1’s Over the Rainbow Finalist and…

Subversive Stitch

TJ Boulting is proud to present ‘Subversive Stitch’, a group show of textile-based works, incorporating embroidery, weaving, carpet, tapestry, clothes and sculpture. The title is taken from the 1984 book by feminist art historian Rozsika Parker ‘The Subversive Stitch – Embroidery and…

TPI Fridays at The Birdcage Cabaret

Neo-burlesque star Polly Rae launches TPI Fridays at The Birdcage Cabaret in Camden. A new year brings another brilliant new night out at The Birdcage Cabaret, this time in the form of the Thank Polly It’s Friday cabaret show starring Miss Polly Rae…

Highest of Highs Lowest of Lows Songs of Love & Life with Marek Rymaszewski

The perfect antidote to Valentine’s Day An evening of the most beautiful and extraordinary songs by musician Marek Rymaszewski whose remarkable life has experienced the highest of highs and lowest of lows. He is joined by West End leading lady Jane Horn. With…

Are Nerves Causing Parents to Close the Book on Story Time?

Monday, February 4, 2019. Stage fright may be causing parents to close the book on story time, according to a survey conducted by Chessington World of Adventures Resort of 2,000 parents and children across the country, with over a third…