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Monday, June 20, 2016

Brits On Stage

(and a few Australian & Irish ones too!) 




BIRDY
The Fonda

June 24th
Tickets Here

NICK WARREN & JODY WISTERNOFF
Sound
June 27th
Tickets Here

RINGO STARR & HIS ALL-STAR BAND
Greek Theatre

July 2nd
Tickets Here

STING & PETER GABRIEL
Hollywood Bowl

July 17th
Tickets Here

FLIGHT OF THE CONCHORDS
The Greek

July 27th
Tickets Here

UB40 w/English Beat
The Pacific Ampitheatre (Costa Mesa)
July 31st
Tickets Here

RADIOHEAD
The Shrine
August 4th - Tickets Here
August 8th - Tickets Here

ADELE
Staples Center
Dates from August 5th - August 13th
Tickets Here

FLUME w/Special Guests
Shrine Expo Hall (FOUR Nights!)
August 10th,11th,12th,13th
Tickets Here 

PETER FRAMPTON & LYNYRD SKYNYRD
The Greek
August 18th
Tickets Here

CULTURE CLUB
Hollywood Bowl

August 26/27th
Tickets Here 

THE KILLS
Fox Theater Pomona

September 2nd
Tickets Here

THE KILLS
The Wiltern
September 3rd
Tickets Here

JAKE BUGG
The Wiltern

September 13th
Tickets Here

THE MONKEES - 50th Anniversary!
Pantages Theatre

September 16th
Tickets Here

BLACK SABBATH
Hollywood Bowl

September 19th
Tickets Here

DEF LEPPARD
IRVINE MEADOWS AMPITHEATRE

September 22nd
Tickets Here

CATFISH & THE BOTTLEMEN
The Wiltern

September 22nd
Tickets Here

FOY VANCE
The Troubadour
September 23rd
Tickets Here

LUSH
The Fonda
September 24th & 25th
Tickets Here

BLOC PARTY
Hollywood Bowl
September 25th
Tickets Here

OH WONDER 
The Wiltern 
September 28th
Tickets Here

DESERT TRIP
Coachella Valley

October 7, 8, 9th
Tickets Here

VAN MORRISON & TOM JONES
Hollywood Bowl
October 13th
Tickets Here (Goldstar Special Deal)

JAMES BLAKE
Hollywood Palladium

October 20th
Tickets Here

BILLY BRAGG
Palace Theatre (DTLA)
October 25th
Tickets Here

KONGOS W/JOY FORMIDABLE
The Wiltern
October 28th
Tickets Here

CLEESE & IDLE
Fred Kavli Theatre - Thousand Oaks Arts Plaza
November 9th
Tickets Here 
Some discounted tickets on Goldstar here

IL DIVO
Dolby Theatre 

November 17th
Goldstar Deal 

Brits in LA Weekly Newsletter - June 20th 2016

Sunday, June 19, 2016

MEET A MEMBER - MARK RASMUSSEN

Meet Mark Rasmussen from Australia, who moved to LA 4 years ago to pursue his writing career.


Was there a particular reason you chose LA ? Yes. I felt I was getting stale and complacent in Sydney after two and a half years (originally from Melbourne) and was looking to shake things up a bit. I also could see the writing on the wall in Australia with a potential change of government looming, and had no desire to stay while a man I despised (Tony Abbott) rode to power. Arguably the most sexist, racist, homophobic I've known. So I found a visa that worked for me (i-visa) and sorted it all out myself. Was not only the cheapest but also the longest (5 years), outside a Greencard of course. Was happy to make the leap and dive into the mecca of scriptwriting.

What do you miss most from home? Funnily enough the thunder and lightning storms. It just never bloody rains here. And lightning, forget it! I also miss the cafe culture of Australia, as well as heading to a local footy match. GO CATS!! 

What was your first impression of LA and has it changed since? My first impression was of a city very isolated and unwelcoming. Hardly anyone walks anywhere, so you hardly see anyone out on the street to say gidday to. But that's changed/changing and is also dependent on where you live. I'm fortunate to be in Studio City,  just off Ventura Blvd, so there's plenty of action within walking distance. My other impression was just how beautiful this city is with the mountains in the background and that perpetual soft light. I'm always amazed at how incredible that looks. Constantly reminds me of one big movie backdrop. I'd say the first impression has changed a little. Still not the friendliest city compared to others I've been in and lived in, but it's improving.

What do you find the biggest difference is living here versus Sydney/Melbourne? The biggest difference is how dirty and rundown the city is. And so many potholes. For a bike rider, I'm amazed that a city as big as L.A and with supposed state revenue, how bad the roads are. But on the flipside, I'm also surprised by how polite Americans (or Cali residents) are. There's very little agro or aggression. It's very chilled. Love that.

Do you have a hidden gem in LA that you want to share with us? I've a couple but one I'm willing to share os the incredible Lake Shrine (just off the PCH between Santa Barbara and Malibu).
It's a beautiful piece of tranquility in a hustling, bustling city. Same with Franklin Canyon. I never ever expected to find such pieces of oasis. Bliss.

What would you suggest to others who are thinking about making the move here? Just do it! To come and do whatever you want, you lose nothing. To stay, you will never ever know or be able to answer that, 'What if?' There are times when this city will grind you down, and times you'll wonder what the fuck you're doing here, but at least you're doing something and not wondering about it back home. Plus this city has a lot to offer, including the biggest city park (Griffith) in all of the US, along with niche neighbourhoods and areas that you're bound to find a place you love. And then there's the weather. Having lived in London and the UK for a few years, knowing that you can plan and do things outside virtually all year round, is a massive plus. It's no wonder L.A residents are all fit and in good shape. We're always outdoors riding, skating, running, anything. 

Lastly, how can we find out more about you ? Are you working on anything at the moment? 
The best place to go is here: http://www.mark-rasmussen.com/ 
It's my very own website. I've finally built it after doing so many for other people. I'm hoping to drum up some extra copywriting and web-build business. I'll actually offer other group members a discount if they mention 'Brits in LA'. It's all about sharing the love and paying it forward. I also have a few blog posts (http://www.mark-rasmussen.com/blog/) about my experiences here so far in LA. Of course, you can always find me on Twitter, too: @MarkRasmussen72 

Lots of our members join our group Brits in LA seeking out words of wisdom - what is the best piece of advice you've been given ? Hmmm... just to believe. This city is tough. People come with stars in their eyes. Not many make it or last a year let alone longer. But if you truly believe in you, then stick it out. It gets easier the longer you are here. Amazing, collaborative groups like this make a world of difference. Great support network and people give great advice. But stick it out, find yourself and keep going. It's all about the hustle and never say die attitude. Besides, the yanks all love the British and Aussie accents. 


Follow Mark on Twitter here 
Check out his web design skills here 

Friday, June 17, 2016

WEEKLY HOROSCOPES June 16th 2016


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Stargazing with Annie Shaw

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6/18/16


ARIES
It’s the time to plan ahead for a trip in early August. This may be a move also 
and as its best planned at least in part before mid July make sure you are setting things in order. Have fun with long time friends is long overdue.

TAURUS
Your priority should be taking care of you in any area that requires attention as your life style is somewhat hectic lately. You are in the early part of your new year so any area of your life that requires attention should be your priority.

GEMINI
If you feel you need to make a move in settling some kind of career situation but are not sure how will be received right now it will be easier as the week proceeds.
Take care you follow up on any commitments to close family or friends.
Happy Birthday!

CANCER
You will have to be aware this next week to not speak out of turn or harshly to any one. The consequences are long reaching for you especially if it’s a close friend or family. The month of July will be better all round. Happy Birthday!

LEO
This is a time for you to let go of the past and anything that still lingers that can still upset you. This is for some of you who are not participating in life as you know you can. The fact is that you already know this and when the opportunity appears go for it.

VIRGO
Its time for a trip and short or long near or far matters not as you benefit from the change of scenery. Just make sure you have caught up with what ever is unfinished especially at home. The war planet Jupiter is visiting you and will be energizing your finances.

LIBRA
Relationships are highlighted this month as your ruler Venus will be soon going for a forward stroll. Therefore in just a few short weeks life for you will be extra good, make sure you are getting ready for fun in late summer time.

SCORPIO
Due to adverse planetary activity affecting the water signs these past few weeks you will have felt somewhat out of sorts. If you look inside for the answer to what made you feel this way you will see that it’s all in the lesson learned. Onward and upward now.

SAGITTARIUS
If you want to change anything waiting around for others to make the first move is not a good idea. Your lucky ruler Jupiter is in Virgo and will give you the fortitude to hang on until decisions are made for the good.

CAPRICORN
You are the most responsible sign of the Universe usually, however even you are allowed time out and as Jupiter is moving in your cousin sign Virgo  its time to play a little. Just be sure you let those that matter to you that you are only taking a well deserved time out.

AQUARIUS
You are probably feeling a bit frustrated this week. Well that’s life for you so take a break and do not let your duties frustrate you . If you did not have a purpose in life it would dull for you. Work is about to become busier than usual.

PISCES
Your boss planet Neptune is doing an about turn and resting in deeper water.
What this means for you in the next few weeks will be apparent you will feel more emotional than normal. Just do not let your feelings take control. It’s all temporary.


Wednesday, June 8, 2016

MEET A MEMBER - VICTORIA HOFFMAN

Meet Victoria Hoffman from Kansas City who moved to LA a million years ago (ok, over 20) to pursue this crazy dream of being a Sitcom Star!

Was there a particular reason you chose LA ?
Funny, I rather fell into it. I was doing Equity Theatre in Kansas City, and was co-starring with Eric Douglas. Yes, THAT Eric Douglas, rest his soul. He and my director, Ron Link (who LA natives will remember fondly) kept telling me New York was dead and that I needed to get to LA. That they could really help me. At that time, actually, very few television shows shot in NYC. As it happens, my Aunt & Uncle lived out here, so I decided to take a 2 week vacation and check it out. I answered an ad for a job as a Page at ABC Studios, just on a lark...and I was offered the job! So I quickly packed up my life and made the move!

What do you miss most from home?
I miss a few things. I miss how green it is. Kansas City is a beautiful, lush town. Much more cosmopolitan than you would think. The change of seasons as well - Autumn colors, the crisp Autumn air. It also has a distinct aroma that we don't get out here. And the Barbeque, of course.....it's legendary. No one gets it exactly right out here.

What was your first impression of LA and has it changed since? 
I was overwhelmed, at first, by the sheer size of it. The entrance ramps on the freeways were "white knuckle" events every day. The size may very well be bigger now, but I certainly don't feel it as much. Oh, i detest the traffic and craziness on our roads, but I have grown accustomed to them. What I find remarkable, however, is what a small town we actually are. Certainly our community of artists. When I go to the theatre or to a film, I always see someone, if not several people I know. I run into friends at the market, out at dinner, even hiking. I love that feeling, that sense of having a community, a tribe.

What do you find the biggest difference is living here versus Kansas City?
Well, it's been such a long time, but here's one thing I notice often. I find that people in conversation with you in KC will make direct eye contact. They are with you. I find this odd, not unexpected darting of the eyes here...surveying the room to see who else might be in proximity. Know what? I don't get that from my adopted Brits family. Your Mum's raised you right!
Do you have a hidden gem in LA that you want to share with us? It may not be that hidden any longer, but Auntie Em's on Eagle Rock Blvd makes THE BEST coconut cupcake on the planet.
Apparently so good the LA Times wrote an article about them!

What would you suggest to others who are thinking about making the move here? Anything is possible here in LA. You have the access and tools to make your life what you envision it to be. But YOU have the MAKE it. No one will do it for you. So network, find a community, surround yourself with like-minded artists, editors, grant writers, programmers, anyone with your shared interests and the skill sets you may not possess to get work out into the world. Do I sound pollyannaish? Well, I am - unabashedly so.
Victoria in the Noel Coward play The Vortex with Craig Young

Lots of our members join our group Brits in LA seeking out words of wisdom - what is the best piece of advice you've been given ?
"If you can see yourself doing anything else, you had better go do that." It takes drive, discipline, temerity, intense passion and follow through to make your dream a reality. Stick with it. It could happen overnight, it could take 10 years, it could take a lifetime.

Lastly, how can we find out more about you ?

Website www.victoriahoffman.com
Twitter @VicHoffmanLA
IMDB  http://www.imdb.me/victoriahoffman 

Sunday, June 5, 2016

Brits in LA Weekly Newsletter June 5th 2016

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EDITOR'S LETTER
Christmas may only be 29 weekends away (!!!) but that hasn’t stopped Kimberly Moore from Adopt-A-Letterour annual toy drive recipient from working.

She is currently in the process of building a school in Panchilmalco, El Salvador and needs our help with $$ donations and school supplies. You can learn more about her latest mission via
facebook.com/KimberlyMooreFoundation - I did my bit and went on a shopping trip to the 99 cents store earlier in the week and was able to get a big box of stationary for $30 - then went back to get more as my lovely mum wanted to help too.
Please donate if you can, even if you can only afford to spare $5. They are in particular need of notebooks and pencils.





You can contact Kimberly through her
Facebook page or email us at britsinla@gmail.com and we will put you in touch. One of the most rewarding things about helping Kimberly is that you get to see where your donation ends up - the looks on the children’s faces when they receive our gifts is truly heartwarming. 
Pete Heywood in London also needs help finding his nan…apparently she and her friend Pauline have gone missing!
Message him here if you can help 
I see a lot of you are getting excited about Euro 16 which starts on June 10th, if you want to watch the matches with like minded people it seems you have plenty of places to choose from, as everyone will be showing it from Ye Olde Kings Head in Santa Monica to the Fox & Hounds in the Valley, my local The Pikey in Hollywood will be showing the noon matches and so will The Lost Knight in Echo Park - let us know where you will be watching it. Or visit us on Facebook @BritsInLA for venue details.
Click here for the match schedule
Our talented friends at Cochran Shoals have marked the occasion with these unique coasters

Available to purchase via email
here 
We have some great events coming up over the next week including this..
Do you want to be part of the LA Pride Parade on June 12th? As we have an invitation to extend from our friends at Allied. They have teamed up with the British Consulate and Fox Searchlight Pictures for an Absolutely Fabulous float to mark the release of the movie, and of course honour, acknowledge and support the struggles and achievements of the LGBT community. 
All participants must dress up as an Ab Fab character and will get tickets to an advanced screening of the movie (which doesn’t come out in theaters until July 22nd) email Katie for full details and to secure your spot - AbFabLAPride@gmail.com

We also have our weekly Brits in LA Breakfast Club with Air New Zealand and Pub Quiz at the Pikey with Sandro Monetti, both this Tuesday. Click here for full details.
Don’t be apprehensive to come along to any of our events alone as everyone is very welcoming and you will make new friends in no time!
For those of you who asked, Johny Pach is recovering from is awful ordeal and should be back in LA before you know it. 
Craig will be back next week to regale you with his latest travel adventures, I think he is the male equivalent of Judith Chalmers. 
If you have any questions or comments please drop us a line at britsinla@gmail.com, as we always love to hear from you
cheers
Eileen 
 
 Need the Discount Codes?  - email us here
Our great discounts with Air New Zealand have now been extended through to the end of the year and work on flights to and from the UK, plus Australia and New Zealand too! If you need a reminder of the codes you can drop us a line at britsinla@gmail.com or visit us on Facebook. 

You don’t have to be British you just have to like us! 
If you have any questions or comments feel free to drop us a line at britsinla@gmail.com
ON LOCATION: THE LOS ANGELES VIDEO PROJECT
NewFilmmakers are excited to invite you create a short film for our 2016 program of short films that highlight the very best of Los Angeles!
On Location: The Los Angeles Video Project is a community outreach multimedia program that celebrates and enlists LA’s remarkable pool of filmmakers. By engaging these creative members of the Los Angeles community to act and serve as Ambassadors of LA, NewFilmmakers Los Angeles (NFMLA), along with the support of the City of Los Angeles, is able to share what these artists call their LA; an insider perspective into this diverse, cosmopolitan city and its neighborhoods.
GRAND PRIZE
One (1) overall Grand Prize Winner for the video that most creatively highlights Los Angeles to the world through unique storytelling:
- $40,000 production prize package from Alternative Camera Rentals
- $500 cash from NewFilmmakers LA
- (1) Film permit from FilmLA valued at $625
- (1) package of 3 festival music licenses for tracks in your next film and a 30 minute consultation with a Billboard­ award winning music supervisor valued at $1500 from Seven Seas Music
- (1) Pre­lit green screen sound stage package valued at $1200 from Hollywood Casting and Film
- (1) MovieMagic Scheduling and Budgeting software bundle valued at $1000
FIRST PRIZE
Two (2) 1st Place Prize Winners (one from each category):
- $1000 Mole Richardson rental package
- $250 cash from NewFilmmakers LA
- (1) Film permit from FilmLA valued at $625
- (1) Pre­lit green screen sound stage package valued at $1200 from Hollywood Casting and Film
- $100 Studio Depot gift certificate
- (1) MovieMagic Scheduling and Budgeting software bundle valued at $1000
AUDIENCE CHOICE AWARDS
Two (2) Audience Award Winners (one from each category):
$100 Studio Depot gift card
(1) Movie Magic Scheduling & Budgeting software bundle valued at $1000
$100 cash from NewFilmmakers LA

CLICK HERE FOR THE RULES AND TO SUBMIT 

The Contest Submission Period begins on May 20th, 2016 at 12:00 AM Pacific Standard Time ("PST"), and ends on August 26th, 2016 at 11:59 PM PST (the "Contest Submission Period"). ALL ENTRIES MUST BE SUBMITTED DURING THE CONTEST SUBMISSION PERIOD.
For those of you interested in learning more about the EU Referendum there are a series of debates coming up before the vote on June 23rd 
 
Tuesday June 7: ITV's Cameron and Farage Live: The EU Referendum

Thursday June 9: The ITV Referendum Debate

Wednesday June 15 : BBC Question Time EU Referendum Special with Michael Gove

Sunday June 19: BBC Question Time EU Referendum Special with David Cameron

LBC  have been good at airing the television debates on their radio station - click here for details 
Congratulations to Brits in LA member Victoria Hervey who has just published her first book!
Click here to purchase
Did you know you can donate your old car to charity? and receive a tax credit at the end of the year, so companies will even just come and pick it up from you. (Click on the image)
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Be sure to stop by for your Full English Breakfast cravings.

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Join us for Brits in LA Pub Quiz at The Pikey

UPCOMING DATES

Sandro Monetti - June 7th




Craig Young -  Tuesday June 21st

 
Questions not all British Based
If you don't have a team show up at 7.40pm
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Lots of live British music coming to Los Angeles over the summer
EC Twins will be performing at LA Pride
 
Make sure to subscribe to The Anglo Files to see if your favourite act is coming to town.

UB40 have just announced a show with English Beat!

EMAIL THEM HERE
 
 
ESTA Restrictions issued
 
US Visa Waiver Programme
With immediate effect, passengers who've visited Syria, Sudan, Iran or Iraq or have dual nationalities with those countries will no longer be able to enter the US with an ESTA.
RAVON KNOPF DENTISTS
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We are always being asked about good dentists and so we would like to introduce you to  Dr. Nicolas A. Ravon and Dr. Kimberley Knopf.
They are offering Special Deals exclusively for Brits in LA Members!
 
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PASSPORT ADVICE
IMPORTANT!
Make sure your passport is biometric. You can tell if it is if it has a little square on the cover like the image above. If it doesn't do not book any travel until you have had it updated.

Make sure your passport is not about to expire before you book travel. Visit our blog for details on how to renew your passport.

One of the most common questions we get is 'Where can I get UK passport pictures done?'

Thanks to Brits in LA Member, Mario, we now have a pretty easy answer!
A simple (and very cheap!) solution to finding a UK size passport photo
  upload to a free website such as 
http://www.idphoto4you.com/, then order a print online at CVS, Costco  etc. Total cost, 32 cents!
Not comfortable with DIY?
Then we recommend
Photo Center on Beverly Boulevard @ Fairfax

We have new info for applying for a passport for your US born kids
CHILDREN BORN BEFORE 1 JULY 2006
Take a look

AND TIPS ON KEEPING YOUR PASSPORT SAFE WHILE TRAVELING Here
 

DO YOU WANT TO LIVE IN THE USA?
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Gil Brito of Beltran Brito has helped hundreds of Brits obtain visas into the USA.
Call or
Email him today to find out how he can help you.

Bernard Sidman is a fellow Brit in LA and has helped many of our members with the immigration process and has a very high success rate.
He has helped many BRITS IN LA members through the citizenship application process too and is very experienced and thorough.  


You can reach him on (818) 981-0352
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bernard@bernardsidman.com or visit his website HERE

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SPORTS AND FITNESS
These venues should be showing the matches *

Cock 'n' Bull - Santa Monica
The Fox & Hounds - Studio City
The Lost Knight - Echo Park
The Pikey - Hollywood
Rock & Reilly's - West Hollywood
The Village Idiot - on Melrose/Martel
Ye Olde Kings Head - Santa Monica




Email us here if we have missed your favourite 


*Always best to call the venue in advance to confirm they are showing the match
Two matches in California 
      Chelsea Vs Liverpool 27th July Pasadena California
     AC Milan vs. Liverpool 30th July Santa Clara, California
here is the link to purchase tickets
Anyone for Netball?
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All ages and fitness levels are welcome.

Come and join in and make some new friends
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