Video showing the Royal Exchange, in London. From http://www.londondrum.com/cityguide/royal-exchange.php The video is provided by http://www.londondrum.com, a tourist guide to London with information about all the best places to visit, a calendar of upcoming events, and a London chat forum.
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Royal Exchange Building's secret. 证券交易所变身奢侈品购物中心，Royal Exchange Building in London.玩转英伦：wanzhuanUK.co.uk
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This video shows our Gobo lights projected at The Royal Exchange in London. Gobos are used to create an effective light show and add a special touch. They can be any shape, size or colour and we can even personalise them. For instance, many wedding clients choose to have their initials projected on their dance floor. Please get in touch for further information. Beyond Certainty is one of the UK's most imaginative event management companies. With well over a decade of experience in the UK and overseas, creating bespoke events that are flawless, outstanding and unique. Please contact us for all your Event Management and AV Production requirements. http://www.beyondcertainty.com/ http://www.audiovisualsupplier.com/ http://designmyweddingforme.com/
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Item title reads - New Royal Exchange opened by the King - who called united national effort to restore trade employment. Manchester. The Royal carriage drives past with King George V and Queen Mary, the King salutes and they all get out. Another shot of the carriage driving down the street again, they enter the building. M/S as they emerge afterwards and get back in the carriage. M/S as they drive down the street, crowds line the sides and cheer. FILM ID:244.44 A VIDEO FROM BRITISH PATHÉ. EXPLORE OUR ONLINE CHANNEL, BRITISH PATHÉ TV. IT'S FULL OF GREAT DOCUMENTARIES, FASCINATING INTERVIEWS, AND CLASSIC MOVIES. http://www.britishpathe.tv/ FOR LICENSING ENQUIRIES VISIT http://www.britishpathe.com/ British Pathé also represents the Reuters historical collection, which includes more than 120,000 items from the news agencies Gaumont Graphic (1910-1932), Empire News Bulletin (1926-1930), British Paramount (1931-1957), and Gaumont British (1934-1959), as well as Visnews content from 1957 to the end of 1979. All footage can be viewed on the British Pathé website. https://www.britishpathe.com/
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The long and well established, incredibly popular Italian brand Panino Giusto opened their first London restaurant in the heart of the City in late April. Its the perfect place to enjoy classic Italian Milanese food at lunchtime or share a tasting platter and bottle from the extensive wine list in the evening after work. The restaurant will be open from Monday to Friday from 11.30am to 10pm for eat in or freshly yet quickly prepared take away . Located inside a building of great historical and artistic value. There is 30 places at tables on the ground floor and 60 places in the lower floor. Customers can enjoy the typically Italian food and wine excellences prepared by Panino Giusto, including the 5 Leoni d'Oro (Golden Lions), the brand's flagship panini (sandwiches): Tartufo, Garibaldino, Diplomatico, Giusto and Montagu. With their experience gained in Italy trading since 1979 (22 restaurants) and gained abroad (5 restaurants in Japan), the London restaurant blends fully with the company's new philosophy to achieve international success , while always respecting its history and identity. The restaurant design represents the essence of Panino Giusto, by paying homage to the brand's Milanese origins in the design and in the furnishing and features. 1/3 Royal Exchange Buildings -EC3V 3LF http://www.paninogiusto.it/en/england-restaurants
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Wedding video trailer from The Royal Exchange by HD Moments. Further information can be found at http://hdmoments.co.uk/royal-exchange-london/ London is a dream location for photographers and videographers. A massive city filled with people from all walks of life. A fast paced, bustling metropolis full of character and history. This glorious city was chosen as the setting place for Hannah and Joseph’s union in holy matrimony. To be more specific, the venue of choice was the Royal Exchange. A building founded almost 450 years ago, which has been destroyed by fire and rebuilt twice. An iconic part of London and a true testament of resilience. In some ways this building manages to describe London and its two-sided personality perfectly. It emphasizes the strong foundations that this city was based upon, but it also shows how much progress has been made after all these years. How is this at all relevant to Hannah and Joseph you might ask? Well, it seems that this beautiful landmark can also serve as an analogy to marriage. All couples that wish to embark on such a journey need strong foundations, which can withstand anything time and life throw at them. Being wedding cinematographers we have seen our fare share of weddings and couples. We can safely say that Hannah and Joseph are truly perfect for each other. The wedding in the Royal Exchange was beautiful and elegant but at the same time there was a lot of humour, courtesy of Hannah’s dad. Despite the imposing atmosphere the atmosphere was very friendly and little touches, such as the unique wedding cake, made the couple’s special day truly unforgettable. As they say a picture is worth a thousand words and since that is our speciality this video has a big story to tell. From all of us here at HDMoments, we wish the happy couple a wonderful life together. Congratulations Hannah and Joseph! Please visit our website for more information: http://www.hdmoments.co.uk Join our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/hdmoments Alternatively, send us an email: E: [email protected]
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The Lord Mayor's March takes place every year in the city of London and is a colourful parade of city livery companies and other members of society. Click here for more videos like this: http://joolzguides.com SUPPORT MY CHANNEL ON PATREON ➜ https://www.patreon.com/joolzguides Please subscribe to my channel for more videos! https://www.youtube.com/user/Joolzybaby What I like about he parade is that it is where we get the the expression Sixes and Sevens. Watch the video to find out how this came about! Many people always wonder about the golden grasshopper on top of the Royal Exchange. The royal exchange was founded by Sir Thomas Gresham in order that merchants would have a place to do their business. In this video Joolz explains about this grasshopper and also the emblems outside the buildings on Lombard Street. -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Tower of London to Wapping - London's Best Riverside Walk" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oZs1kkqWwU8 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
London's Royal Exchange filmed over 2 years - Nov 2010 - Jan 2013. On my way home from work each day/night I started taking pics of The Royal Exchange from outside Bank station. Eventually making this stop-motion movie from them - it's a bit jerky at the start, but hope you like the video anyways. Watch out for the Olympics logos/barriers - taken during the men's marathon and wheelchair marathons. Soundtrack: La Noche by Dezarate.
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A behind-the-scenes look at the Royal Exchange, Family Friendly activities, workshops for all ages, the chance to dress up in the Theatre's costumes, free entertainment in the Great Hall, and much, much more. This is what happened at our Fun Palaces open day! Video by Cosmic Joke
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Take a 360 look around the forecourt of The Royal Exchange in the City of London. The building with its Corinthian columns was opened by Queen Victoria in 1844 and is the third incarnation of the building since Thomas Gresham founded the first one in 1566. Directly behind the camera, look up and you'll see the 1844 statue of 'Iron Duke' The Duke of Wellington. The statue was cast from the cannon captured from the French during the Battle of Waterloo. Swing round a little further and the large windowless you see if the Bank of England, established on the site since 1788.
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Views of the Bank of England and The Royal Exchange, The City of London.
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SHOTLIST 1. Wide of Bank of England, protesters outside 2. Various of police 3. Protesters chanting with placards outside the Royal Exchange building 4. Close-up of placards reading in English: " Why should we pay for their crisis?" 5. Various of protesters scuffling with police 6. Close-up of police officer 7. Various of protesters in stand-off with police 8. Various of city workers watching protest 9. Wide of Bank of England 10. Police watching protest 11. Protesters with banner arriving at bank 12. Tilt down from bank to protest 13. Man holding flag and chanting in English; "We have got to get rid of the rich." 14. Close-up of man chanting 15. Protesters chanting, one with megaphone 16. Close-up of placards 17. Wide of protest, Bank Underground station in foreground STORYLINE: Demonstrators jostled with police as they tried to force their way into the Royal Exchange building next to the Bank of England on Friday. After being turned back, the protesters ran through nearby city streets and pushed passed a small group of officers who tried to stop them. There were no arrests, and no one was injured, according to police. About several hundred people turned out for the late-afternoon protest to demonstrate against the British government's bank bailout. The government unveiled a 50 (b) billion pound (86 billion (b) US Dollar) plan Wednesday to partly nationalise major banks and guarantee a further 250 billion pounds (431 (b) billion (b) US Dollar) of bank loans to shore up the lending sector. The building the protesters tried to get into was a centre of commerce beginning in the 1500s. It is now a modern-day shopping centre. Protesters carried signs reading, "Why should we pay for their crisis?" Their chants included, "We have got to get rid of the rich." The group was mostly made up of students and Socialist Worker Party activists. Many directed their anger at the city's bankers. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/17ed4f258d15eb6a8899b72973ff2571 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Tour Scotland video of the old Royal Exchange building on Panmure Street on ancestry visit to Dundee, Tayside. This building in Flemish Neo Gothic style was designed by David Bryce and built in 1855.
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Paulina and Costa are one of the loveliest couples we have had the pleasure of working with. We feel like we have known them for years and their families welcomed us with open arms on the day. The couple had many different adventures on their day, missing bags of money, handbags misplaced and the day before Costa even fought with a dog who managed to bite him and send him to hospital. Nevertheless the wedding went forward as planned and in full Greek tradition we had great food and lots of dancing, including the money dance which is one of our favorite parts of any Greek wedding. We had a crew of three for this day as we filmed both Paulina's and Costa's morning preparations at their parents' houses and we brought our crane to the London Royal Exchange in the evening for some aerial shots of the Greek dancing and reception. We love this building, especially in the evening when it's dark and illuminated. The lighting production was done by Beyond Certainty. "Wow, David. What can we say? Words are rendered useless. You have perfectly captured so many special moments. Thank you so much for everything. As I said before, you quickly became part of the family and helped to relax us all. It is evident to see that this is not just a job for you- it's your passion. It's not just your perfectionism, your technical wizardry that results in such special work, but your ability to intuitively craft a piece of art. I am so glad I found you guys! Costa and I wish you every success. I hope to be in touch in the future for other important events in our lives"
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Places to see in ( Manchester - UK ) Royal Exchange Theatre The Royal Exchange is a grade II listed building in Manchester, England. It is located in the city centre on the land bounded by St Ann's Square, Exchange Street, Market Street, Cross Street and Old Bank Street. The cotton industry in Lancashire was served by the Manchester Royal Exchange which traded in spun yarn and finished goods throughout the world including Africa while the Liverpool Cotton Exchange traded in imported raw cotton. In the 18th century the trade was part of part the slave trade in which African slaves were transported to America where the cotton was grown and then exported to Liverpool where the raw cotton was sold. In 1999, the Royal Exchange was awarded 'Theatre of the Year' in the Barclays Theatre Awards, in recognition of its refurbishment and ambitious re-opening season. In January 2016 the Royal Exchange was awarded Regional Theatre of the Year by The Stage. In announcing the award The Stage said – “This was the year that artistic director Sarah Frankcom really hit her stride at the Royal Exchange. The Manchester theatre in the round’s output during 2015 delivered its best year in quite some time.” The exchange has four storeys and two attic storeys built on a rectangular plan in Portland stone. It was designed in the Classical style. Its slate roof has three glazed domes and on the ground floor an arcade orientated east to west. It has a central atrium at first-floor level. The ground floor facade has channelled rusticated piers and the first, second and third floors have Corinthian columns with entablature and a modillioned cornice. The first attic storey has a balustraded parapet while the second attic storey has a mansard roof. At the north-west corner is a Baroque turret and there are domes over other corners. The west side has a massive round-headed entrance arch with wide steps up and the first and second floor windows have round-headed arches. The third floor and first attic storey have mullioned windows. The Royal Exchange gives an average of 350 performances a year of nine professional theatre productions. Performances by the theatre company are occasionally given in London or from a 400-seat mobile theatre. The company performs a varied programme including classic theatre and revivals, contemporary drama and new writing. Shakespeare, Ibsen and Chekhov have been the mainstay of its repertoire but the theatre has staged classics from other areas of the canon including the British premieres of La Ronde and The Prince Of Homburg and revivals of The Lower Depths, Don Carlos and The Dybbuk. American work has also been important - Tennessee Williams, O'Neill, Miller, August Wilson - as has new writing, with the world premieres of The Dresser, Amongst Barbarians, A Wholly Healthy Glasgow and Port to its name. The Royal Exchange also presents visiting theatre companies in the Studio; folk, jazz and rock concerts; and discussions, readings and literary events. It engages children of all ages in drama activities and groups and has performances including these children and teens. Performances include The Freedom Bird and The Boy Who Ran from the Sea. ( Manchester - UK ) is well know as a tourist destination because of the variety of places you can enjoy while you are visiting the city of Manchester . Through a series of videos we will try to show you recommended places to visit in Manchester - UK Join us for more : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLP2J3yzHO9rZDyzie5Y5Og http://placestoseein87.blogspot.com.eg/ https://plus.google.com/108460845579164318812 https://www.facebook.com/placestoseein87/ https://twitter.com/Placestoseein1 https://www.tumblr.com/blog/placestoseein https://www.pinterest.com/placestoseein87/places-to-see-in/
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This short video shows our Gobo light projected at The Royal Exchange. Gobos are used to create an effective light show and add a special touch. They can be any shape, size or colour and we can even personalise them. For instance, many wedding clients choose to have their initials projected on their dance floor. Please get in touch for further information. Beyond Certainty is one of the UK's most imaginative event management companies. With well over a decade of experience in the UK and overseas, creating bespoke events that are flawless, outstanding and unique. Please contact us for all your Event Management and AV Production requirements. http://www.beyondcertainty.com/ http://www.audiovisualsupplier.com/ http://designmyweddingforme.com/
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The first LIBRIUM Games Team Challenge held at The Royal Exchange in Stone, Staffs.
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Essential background for viewers: This video, although certainly historic, is more a 'photo album in motion' than any attempt at a real film documentary with intentional entertainment value. It captures a particular set of people (and only those who happened to be drinking on the night) in a particularly popular watering hole in Toowong, a suburb of Brisbane in sub-tropical Queensland, Australia. The R.E. Film was informally shot as simply a largely unedited record of the sizeable 'family' of people who frequented Toowong's Royal Exchange Hotel in the early Seventies. (And almost inevitably partied happily together after closing, until the early hours ... hence that familiar sound of "Where are the parties"? An absolute 'do it yourself' necessity, because back then Brisbane really was a limited and boring place, if you were looking for today's diversity of venues & social options.) Now better known as an equally, highly popular university pub, 'The RE' mystique such as it became, basically originated in the decision of a small bunch of discontents, non-conformists, lefties, alternative thinkers ... and of course unrepentant boozers ... to stop drinking nearby at the then 'rugger bugger' dominated, but still visually appealing Regatta Hotel. (With its great site overlooking the Brisbane River.) As an alternative and welcome escape they gradually transitioned themselves to the then quiet backwater (with beer garden!) that the Royal Exchange - then owned by Percy and nicknamed the 'Grey Ghost' - was found to be. Effectively an interesting blend of existing worker drinkers, University of Queensland students, anti Bjelke-Petersen youth and enlightened UQ staff had come together and changed Toowong and the drinking options for the nearby St Lucia campus forever. Also, building the pub's 'alternative', laid back and rebel reputation in the process. The comparatively intolerant attitudes of competing venues and the need for fake ID's (Queensland's legal drinking age was lowered from 21 to 18 years on 18th Feb 18, 1974) had now been left behind and all comers were welcome to join this freshly established, oasis of free thinkers and cheap drinkers. Not to mention incessant partiers ... Because of the 'binge' drinking habits of the time and the six nights a week refuge the pub represented, it is estimated that at the very least trillions of brain cells came to be mercilessly destroyed as billions of pots and incalculable rounds of shouts were ordered by the regular if not resident 'stayers' . (And ... despite the '10 pm closing' restriction!) Maybe this alone accounts for the relative lack of political correctness ever in evidence. Queensland's own brand of nihilists and anarcho-syndicalists seemed to understand the truly Pythonesque nature of life, once any unnecessary posturing and the campus were all left behind and the amber liquid did its job. So, back to the beginning of this rapidly expanding yarn ... the glaringly obvious lack of editing of this footage was intentional -- as the aim was truly to record and allow as many pub patrons as possible to get to see themselves in action. Which they literally did back then, when the film about the RE and its beer garden was given an exclusive premiere one night ... to a full house in the beer garden itself! (That little touch of surrealism to boost the atmosphere of the screening.) If nothing else, the film as an historic record confirms the shocking truths about 70's hairstyles. It also covers the change of ownership of the pub and the earliest renovation attempts that took place at the time, to what was once a very authentic (hose it down) traditional workers' public bar ... and separate 'saloon bar'. As will be apparent to some, much has certainly happened since 1973-74 when the filming occurred, many sad events amongst them. But hopefully those 'who were there' (and who are still here) will take this opportunity to engage in some justifiable and hopefully enjoyable nostalgia over a pretty magic era. Despite the consumption rates, wonderfully friendly and non-aggressive, as well! (At least that's how it seemed at the time, to those clear headed enough to remember!). At the very least, RSL members (Returned Students League) can celebrate the golden years of a great hotel and its famous original beer garden, let alone its formative and wild, but largely peace loving past... truly a Brisbane institution! For a more contemporary view of the RE, explore the pub's official link here: http://www.rehotel.com.au/ (Thumbnail cover shot: 'Brian the Barman'.)
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FA Executive events focus on taking SME companies public via a Diversified Investment Holding Company! This way, companies can compete with the large MNC (eventually) by merging and acquiring their competitors to form a stronger and more competitive balance sheet. These events are INVITE only and are open to HNW investors and companies that are earning close to £1million EBITDA. Ask me about this at my Wealth Building Workshops which are open to ALL the public looking to sky-rocket their financial future!! MEET ME PERSONALLY at my LONDON EVENTS: (this is where I pick students for IN PERSON training with me) Here’s the link: https://www.fortuneacademy.co.uk/events JOIN MY FORTUNE FAMILY GROUP ON FACEBOOK: https://m.facebook.com/groups/147997892585295/ Contact me on INSTAGRAM http://www.instagram.com/hithermann Add me on SNAPCHAT! Username: hithermann https://www.snapchat.com/add/hithermann Follow me on LINKEDIN http://linkedin.com/in/hither-mann-6919b519 Follow me on FACEBOOK personal: https://m.facebook.com/HItherMannOfficial Follow me on my FACEBOOK PAGE: https://m.facebook.com/hithermann/ Follow me on TWITTER: https://twitter.com/HitherMann
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Nonesuch Events collaborated with Endurance to host a client hospitality evening at the wonderful Royal Exchange in London. For more information, visit www.nonesuchevents.com or email [email protected] to see how we can make turn your event visions into a reality. Nonesuch Events, unparalleled event management.
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City of London near Bank Station - Royal Exchange, Bank of England, London Stock Exchange etc, 29 February 2016
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A fantastic one-day event for oboists and bassoonists - a chance to play Leonard Bernstein's fabulous music from 'West Side Story' in the beautiful Royal Exchange Theatre building in Manchester, on SUNDAY 17th JUNE, 11.30am-5pm. Details and on-line booking at www.bdrs.org.uk Players from LONDON and BIRMINGHAM can travel by train to this event - the event schedule fits with the train timetables! Players from elsewhere can easily drive and park near to the theatre. As well as Bernstein, two other anniversary composers are featured on that day - George Gershwin, and the French composer Charles Gounod with a well-known piece that became legendary as the theme tune to the 'Alfred Hitchcock Presents' television series. The ensemble in Manchester will be rehearsed and directed by Laurence Perkins, and will end with an informal performance in the magnificent public area of the Royal Exchange Theatre building.
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Actually it's not on the actual bank of England building but on the ex National Westminster building which is sort of next door. I doubt you'd spot it from the ground with the naked eye. The City of London is full of esoteric and masonic symbols. I take a walk from the Embankment where Cleopatra's Needle (satan's dick). Through Temple, strange place for a bunch of over paid lawyers to hang out, past the Templar's Church. Then out on to Fleet Street the one time "street of shame" before it relocated up it's own arse into Wapping high security WMD. Through a posh little alley and onto the street and their is the Heraldic symbol of the City of London a bloody great dragon, there are lot's more Dragons along the route past St Pauls Cathedral and onto to the Bank of England. The area around the bank is a mecca for Esoteric symbols, Hermes and his sign, Caduceous are every where. All over the royal Exchange and the bank of England. *Caduceous is usually a polished knobbed rod entwined by two snakes. It is often winged, as was Mercury. The caduceous is at times mistakenly used (even by medical associations) as the symbol of medicine and healing. In reality it has always been the symbol of merchants, thieves and alchemy. Pharmaceutical companies and some medical military services have adopted the caduceous /Caduceus whose relationship with medicine has always had more to do with medicating than healing. One who deals with Caduceous is a client. All sounds very soothing but what are the banker bastards doing wit it So merchants and thieves, bankers would seem to fit the bill well. On a building in front of the royal Exchange I found Durers Magic Square, the planetary sigil for Jupiter. That's all folks
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Tina contacted us earlier this year to film her wedding, we promptly said yes, as we fell in love with Tina and the wedding venue, The London Royal Exchange. This building is a grade I-listed building in the city of London, founded in 1565 it has served many purposes, today, a shopping mall with a handful of high-end designer shops and boutiques. Although the venue is fantastic it goes without saying that a lot of work was put into making it look the way it looked for the day. The team of Beyond Certainty decorated and lit the whole building wonderfully, their attention to detail was impressive and we thoroughly recommend their services. Our favourite feature of the evening was the bar in the centre, which was decorated with hundreds of lemons, truly magnificent. Tina and Malli put a lot of effort in this wedding, from the venue choice to the amazing cake, everything was planned minutely. Tina's dress stood out during the day and she is worthy of a medal for wearing an 11kg evening dress in which she performed her 1st dance I need to mention the work put by Jeannine de Sousa from Illyria Events, who contributed greatly in making this happen. It takes a very efficient person to organize an event of this calibre and Jeannine is definitely one of them. For the evening and ceremony we had 4 cameras. During the time at The London Royal Exchange we used a 14ft crane from the balcony, which got us some fantastic shots of the audience and we feel it helped raise the production value of the film. (We have access to different cranes upon request as well as other gliding equipment to get the look you want in your film) We went for a more cinematic approach for this highlights clip and we sincerely hope you will enjoy it as much as we enjoyed making it.
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The set for THE COMEDY OF ERRORS, designed by Anthony MacIlwaine, has a highly technical and complicated build process. Technical Manager Lee Pearson, Welder Carl Heston and Deputy Head of Props and Settings Andy Bubble talk about the challenges that this unique build has posed for the Royal Exchange production departments... Thanks to Lee Pearson, Neil Gidley, Phil Costello, Andy Bubble, Carl Heston, Stephen Lafferty, Stuart Mitchell, Meriel Pym, Sarah Worrall and Steve Bunn. Film by Liam McCormick (Royal Exchange Education Dept.)
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At the 58th second of this video Ian Tomlinson can be seen in the top left section. Just seconds after the police assault. He joined Cornhill, City of London, England, United Kingdom from the Royal Exchange Building's direction and headed towards A10.
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This is work in progress. Using only image analysis and my very simple implementation of OCR for reading mana. Features: - buildings management - casting spells - using royal exchange - automatic alliance and faction (based on setup) - excavation - buying upgrades
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GO AWAY AND THINK ABOUT IT was a Royal Exchange Theatre project run in partnership with the Booth Centre in Spring 2009 as part of the Theatres Community Partnerships scheme. This programme of work focuses on building links with groups who are under-represented in theatre, who may not otherwise access the Royal Exchange and/or who may be at risk of social exclusion. The Booth Centre is an activities-based day centre at Manchester Cathedral which supports homeless people to rebuild their lives through the provision of advice, support, education, training and the provision of arts-based programmes aimed at increasing people's skills, confidence and self esteem. For more information on The Booth Centre, please contact Amanda Croome on 0161 835 2499. This short film was produced by Channel M who were closely involved in the project filming rehearsals and interviewing those involved.
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CUTS FOR STORY NUMBER 78/191 - Extra Scenes of the Queens arrival. GV Stock Exchange from across Thames (x2). LAS Exterior Stock Exchange Building. MCU Sign 'Threadneedle Street'. GV Exterior Stock Exchange Entrance. TS Floor of the Exchange Trading in progress x 3 You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/58ea94dfde7c4fadbc813c9cc5c13f34 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Kate Reynolds - Partnership and Learning Manager at the Royal Exchange Theatre - describes the three-year partnership between the Royal Exchange Theatre and New Charter Housing. The project led to an outdoor performance, 'Everyday Heroes', documented on the research database.
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