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  1. I've never been to Glastonbury. I don't know if I ever will. I've got no-one to go with.
  2. Are these people officially affiliated to EmployAbility?
  3. How did you manage to get married if you find making friends difficult?
  4. Speakers include: Carol Povey Director, Centre for Autism, National Autistic Society Deepa Korea Chief Executive, Research Autism The coalition Government is committed to support young people with Autism Spectrum Conditions into work and away from benefit dependence. To make this a reality, it is vital that service providers, local authorities, the education system and the private sector all work together to learn what works and how to ensure successful out comes. This national event will highlight the policy and strategy as set out in the "Fulfilling and Rewarding Lives: Evaluating Progress" and look at the latest research findings on how to best support people with ASC trough the education system and into work. Attend this conference and hear from senior representatives across these sectors sharing good practice models in delivering services to ensure successful transitions for young people through education and into employment. http://www.neilstewartassociates.com/sh282/
  5. Paolo Fresu (trumpet, flugelhorn), Richard Galliano (accordion, bandoneon) and Jan Lundgren (piano), Mare Nostrum
  6. Beethoven's Emperor Concerto feat. Emil Gilels (piano)
  7. But wasn't that set in Edinburgh?
  8. Joseph Bodin de Boismortier (1689 - 1756) suites & sonatas performed by Passacaglia
  9. Perhaps working at Goldman Sachs isn't all it's cracked up to be... Inside the world of London's 24/7 interns
  10. Nik Kershaw, I Won't Let the Sun Go Down On Me
  11. Speaking of juvenile literature, The Magic Pudding by Norman Lindsay never fails to raise a smile.
  12. Verdi, Ballet Music from Act 3 of Macbeth
  13. And http://www.splitticketing.co.uk will supposedly get you a cheaper deal by splitting the journey. They do charge a booking fee however.
  14. Terezín / Theresienstadt: "Anne Sofie von Otter (and friends) commemorates the musicians murdered in the Holocaust. Includes lieder, cabaret songs, lullabies and Erwin Schullhoff's moving violin sonata performed by Daniel Hope"
  15. Bach's Orchestral Suite no.2 in b minor, performed by I Musici feat. Severino Gazzelloni (flute)
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