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The large town of Croydon in south London, England is located in 9.5 south of Charing Cross. It is the principal settlement of the London Borough of Croydon, and is one of the largest commercial districts outside of Central London.
In the mid-19th century, Croydon was a leisure destination. Today it has become an important centre for shopping, with the main shopping street being the North End, where well-known shops such as Next, Zara, French Connection, and Waterstones can be found. Near the North End is the Croydon High Street, home to the late 17th century, Grade II listed Wrencote House. Meanwhile on Katharine Street, there is an arts and museum complex known as Croydon Clocktower. It contains the David Lean Cinema, the Museum of Croydon, the Braithwaite Hall, and the town's Central Library. Another notable art venue is the Fairfield Halls, and arts, entertainment and conference centre.
The largest and busiest railway station serving Croydon is the East Croydon station. Immediately outside the station's main entrance is a Tramlink tram stop. West Croydon and South Croydon are the other two stations operating in Croydon.
The Big Apple Records record shop in Croydon was considered a crucial element in the early development of dubstep. The shop initially marketed eraly UK hardcore/rave, techno, and house music; notable people who worked at the shop are electronic music producer Oliver Dene Jones, known as Skream, and producer and DJ Terry Leonard, better known as DJ Hatcha. Dubstep production duo Digital Mystikz were regular visitors of Big Apple Records, as were Horsepower Productions and Zed Bias. Adegbenga Adejumo, better known as Benga, also used to spend time at the record shop and is now credited as the pioneer of dubstep record production.
Indie rock band Noisettes was formed while guitarist Dan Smith and bassist Shingai Shoniwa were still attending the BRIT School for Performing Arts & Technology in Croydon. Synthpop musician Frankmusik was born in the London Borough of Croydon, where UK rappers and grime artists Stormzy, Krept and Konan, and Section Boyz also originated.
The Showcase Lounge, though relatively small, is a premier independent live music venue. The venue hosts gigs and events with live music, theatre, spoken word, comedy, and other types of performances.
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Using technology to your advantage is a great way to minimize time wasted on traveling and take advantage of the growing trend of online learning. You will still be learning from a live Ukulele tutor, but you'll be doing it via Skype!
All you need is a desktop, laptop, or tablet with a working camera, microphone, and speakers, and internet with minimum speed of 1Mbps for download and 0.5Mbps for upload. You will also need to be in a quiet room to ensure that you can have your Ukulele lessons online without any interruptions. Never again will you have to miss your Ukulele lessons even when you're on a holiday!
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