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October 2014

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  • London Fringe Presents Judy: Stonewalled! & Magic Unicorn Island

    October 14, 2014

    London Fringe Presents Judy: Stonewalled! & Magic Unicorn Island

    The London Fringe is thrilled to present two outstanding productions from the past Fringe Festival. Both of these shows had sellout performances and audiences raving! If you missed them here is your opportunity to see what the buzz was all about.  JUDY: Stonewalled! has...

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  • London Lightning Season Opener

    October 20, 2014

    London Lightning Season Opener

    The London Lightning kick off their 2014/2015 season at home vs. the Windsor Express on Saturday November 1st, 2014. Game time is 7pm at Budweiser Gardens downtown. Get your tickets here!

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  • Blue Suede Shoes

    October 20, 2014

    Blue Suede Shoes

    The King of Rock n’ Roll explodes onto The Grand Theatre stage in this pulsing tribute to the performer who transformed a generation.   Told through the eyes of Elvis’ business manager, Colonel Tom Parker, the show shakes, rattles and rolls through Elvis’ humble beginnings at Sun Records to the Hollywood years and on to the near-mythical comeback and flamboyant Las Vegas residency.   The show runs until November 1st, 2014. Don't miss your chance to see The King!    Get tickets to Blue Suede Shoes here.

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  • Fright Night at Museum London

    October 20, 2014

    Fright Night at Museum London

    This is the fifth year of London's epic Halloween bash and it's shaping up to be the best yet! Ghoulish guests are in for a frightfully delightful night of live music, fully-stocked candy bar, artmaking and spooky surprises at Museum London. Friday October 31 at 9:00pm $20 adv tickets $25...

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  • Studio b. fitness club opens in downtown London

    October 24, 2014

    Studio b. fitness club opens in downtown London

    Bailey Hart is bringing her 6 years of fitness and health coaching experience to downtown London. She has transformed what used to be a storage unit at the back of 175 Dundas Street into a 1,600 square foot gym! Studio b. - Private Fitness Club offers private personal fitness coaching, precision nutrition educational coaching, women's fitness camps, and cupboard clean out programs. The studio also features Hart’s own creation, an indoor horizontal rock climbing wall. "I take a multi dimensional approach to fitness and health, including all varieties of exercise,” says Hart. “This is a great way to introduce beginners to fitness because it helps me recognize what my clients really enjoy and I expand off their interests." Hart is also excited to offer aerial yoga at the studio. Clients are taught how to perform yoga poses with the use of hammocks hung from the ceiling. The space has an incredible urban feel to it after being restored. Hart has painted other walls in the studio with chalkboard paint where clients can writes motivational quotes for themselves. The perimeter of the gym is also lined with a number of plants. The original wooden subfloor has been exposed and preserved, and the air ducts on the ceiling have been painted and cleaned.  “The studio is very Zen,” says Hart. “It is meant to be relaxing and approachable while still having a lot of character to it. It’s meant to be an experience.”  Studio b. is located at the back of 175 Dundas Street on the ground floor, but can be reached by following the alley on King Street between Massey’s Fine Indian Cuisine and 186 King Street.  See the transformation for yourself! Contact Bailey at bailey@studiobfitness.ca for more information.

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