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Anglichanka is at the bilingual Moscow Comedy Bar and Club. Angela Kiss is a writer. Born in Hungary, she has lived and worked in London for 10 years. Following Mikes's example, she takes an affectionate look at the English and scrutinises their approach to subjects ranging from love and optimism, to the weather, awkwardness and politeness. Erwin James is a writer and columnist. After a difficult childhood, he committed his first crime at 10 before being jailed for life for murder in While in prison, he met a psychologist who helped him to confront the truth about his past and to understand how it had shaped him from a young age.
The sessions transformed his life and, with his psychologist's encouragement, he enrolled in education classes in prison, gained a BA in History and wrote a regular column about life inside.
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Sally Wainwright is a writer and director. Willard Wigan MBE is a micro sculptor. He creates minute pieces of art, so small they are almost invisible to the naked eye and can only be viewed through a microscope. His materials range from spiders' webs to grains of sand. His latest exhibition, Homecoming, reflects his view of the Black Country where he grew up and features his latest work - a tiny sculpture of Noddy Holder.
In her memoir, Stop the Clocks, she muses on the life she has lived through, how the world has changed and considers the values she will leave behind. She is also president of Birkbeck College, University of London. Gary Clarke is a contemporary dancer and choreographer.
He grew up in Grimethorpe in the heart of the Yorkshire coalfields and his new show, Coal, is inspired by the mining industry and the miners' strike. Coal addresses the hard-hitting realities of life down the pits and features a soundscape of traditional brass band music mixed with thunderous machinery. Patricia Kopatchinskaja is a violinist. Born in Moldova, her family emigrated to Austria after the fall of communism. At the age of 17 she entered the Vienna Academy of Music.
She is performing with the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment at the Royal Festival Hall at an event called Changing Minds which addresses the impact of mental health on classical music and composition. Lee Tannen is an author and playwright. He has written a play based on his memoir, I Loved Lucy, about his friendship with the legendary comedienne, Lucille Ball. He met her as a year-old and became her close friend and companion until her death in Set in Vienna in and in London during the Blitz, the one-woman show is the true story of Lisa Jura, a young Jewish pianist dreaming about her concert debut at Vienna's Musikverein concert hall.
But with the issuing of new ordinances under the Nazi regime, everything for Lisa changes, except for her love of music, as she is torn from her family and sent onto the Kindertransport to London. The Pianist of Willesden Lane is at the St. James Theatre, London. Griff Rhys Jones is a comedian, writer, actor and presenter.