Melanie Manchot’s new commission Dance ( All Night, London ) is a collective dance performance realised in collaboration with 10 dance schools from east London, from Cuban Rueda to 80s funk and Argentine Tango. The dancers parade through the streets of east London coming together in Exchange Square, Broadgate where they dance side by side. Between 10pm – 1am, illuminated and transformed into a temporary stage, the square is taken over by teachers from each school, offering different dance lessons to the public. The project encourages audiences to come and dance in the square, to experience these vibrant rhythms and learn something new. When the lessons are over the space becomes an open dance floor until the early hours of the morning, with playlists and headphones available via silent disco.
the bum stocks, the brokers of the chop shop would lie to each customer to try and get them to keep buying shares. Each guy had a new way to prove to his customer that they were making it big and heading there fast. If a new stock was in they were all over it no matter if it was golden or crap. They could hype an old pair of stinky sneakers to seem like lady Madonna’s new suede shoes. That’s the thing though these guys are really good at what they do, and if it were legitimate theyd be cool. But there lying, cheating and sometimes stealing. And when everything finally catches up with them they go down hard.
The door that Jack chops through with the axe near the end of the film was a real door. Kubrick had originally shot this scene with a fake door, but Nicholson, who had worked as a volunteer fire marshal , tore it down too quickly. Jack's line, "Heeeere's Johnny!", is taken from Ed McMahon 's famous introduction to The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson , and was improvised by Nicholson. Kubrick, who had lived in England for some time, was unaware of the significance of the line, and nearly used a different take.  Carson later used the Nicholson clip to open his 1980 anniversary show on NBC .