Avenue Q - Brookside Theatre
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April 21 2014 Latest news:
Not everyone who took part in the First World War was involved in fighting. In this week’s feature to mark its centenary, Sophie Morton meets the son of a one of the war’s lesser-known heroes – a pierrot who entertained the troops
The family of a woman who was left unable to move or eat after a driver knocked her down on a zebra crossing have appealed for help finding the culprit.
With a school places crisis gripping the borough, the Post went down to a children’s centre to find out what issues were highest on parents’ agendas in the run-up to the local elections.
Young business minds are given opportunities to bloom at Barking & Dagenham College.
Sarah Allman, 37, is a Dagenham mother-of-three who runs a not-for-profit organisation, Whole Body Therapy, helping older people to avoid falls.
As this year’s local elections get closer the sight of candidates canvassing on doorsteps will become more common.
Head to a free family fun day on Saturday and you can support a children’s charity and enter the Post’s Cute Kids competition to boot.
West Ham forward Dylan Tombides has died at the age of 20 after his fight with testicular cancer.
Having a political debate over a pint down the pub is a British tradition.
Discover the secret history of the First World War with an interactive performance next week.
Friends and family of a mum-of-three who lost her battle with a rare form of cancer are hoping to raise money for fellow sufferers in her memory.
The trial of an illegal immigrant accused of repeatedly raping a woman has collapsed.
Russell Brand visited a drug rehabilitation centre today to listen to a band formed from recovering addicts, volunteers and staff.
The therapeutic benefits of scrapbooking are being discovered by residents involved in a Treasured Mememories Project.
Dedicated young swimmers are making waves in teaching after gaining their first qualification.
A former finance worker who left the City to set up her own balloon artistry business has taken America by storm, picking up a handful of awards in a recent international competition.
An innocent family was caught in the midst of a suspected gun fight after two cars collided outside a primary school.
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David Attenborough introduces you to his favourite extinct creatures as they come alive on one magical night in London’s Natural History Museum.