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Join The LondonFuse Board Of Directors

Application deadline: August 20, 2019 WHO WE ARE LondonFuse New Media Collective (LondonFuse) is a registered not-for-profit organization that promotes art, lifestyle and culture in London,...

The Universe Featuring Ray Is Constantly Creating Art

Whether she's on the stage or off the stage, Ray Stern, better known as The Universe Featuring Ray, is always embracing her creative side. Her...

A Sign of the Times: Ben O’Neil’s Apologetica

The description for Ben O’Neil’s debut graphic novel, Apologetica, details the book as ‘a sign of the times, a letter of regret, a feeble...

Brunch It Up This Father’s Day At BRUNCHFEST 2019!

We had so much fun last year, we're doing it again! It's BRUNCHFEST 2019! Last year, BRUNCHFEST began as a fundraiser for LondonFuse and Radio...

See Me! Hear Me! Pacheco Theatre Rocks The Palace With The...

The Who’s Tommy is arguably the greatest rock opera album of all time - stress on album. It is important to remember that is...

Kalopsia: Behind the Scenes of a London Film

Hot off our recent Fuse feature on local women in filmmaking, we had the opportunity to chat with filmmaker Mattea Pyette about her new...

The Dirt on Dirt, A Tinkerspace Play That Opens This Week

Dirt transformed from playlist to playbill. Three years ago, Stefannie Flannigan was given the third random song from a Tinkerspace Theatre friend’s iTunes playlist and...

Local Folk Artist camie On Her Debut Album

With the JUNO awards descending on London this past weekend, you might be feeling the need to reconnect with local musicians and talented voices...

Photo Gallery: Hear Here 27 At Forest City Gallery

Hear here, London! For the 27th time... Featuring Toronto’s Coarse Language performing alongside London locals Syzslak, Miss Taken and Victoria Parker, Forest City Gallery's Hear Here Committee...

Stratford Native Cat Clyde Writes Songs Just For You

You know when a song feels like it was written for you? When the words paint a picture all too close to home, pulling...