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culture clash

n
a conflict arising from the interaction of people with different cultural values
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com/whats-on/slipknot Downton Abbey culture clash IMPRESSIONIST and star of YouTube hit Downstairs At Downton, writer and performer Luke Kempner, will be bringing his smash-hit, sell-out, tour-de-force impressions comedy based on BBC's Downton Abbey to the Unity Theatre in Liverpool on Wednesday, January 21 at 8pm.
The Red Bull Culture Clash is taking place at Boxxed in Floodgate Street in Birmingham on October 10.
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23 and, said writer Kieron Gillen, the five-part story drawn by Luke Ross, melds a culture clash pitting magic, modern technology and fairy-inspired legend and lore.
Culture Clash, where Moroccan prints pop are beside Egyptian cottons and Indonesian batik.
What follows is a gentle generational culture clash involving illicit cake eating, toilet emergencies and abortive playdates - but no surprises and little of interest.
If this really had been a movie, the stage would have been set for a heart-warming culture clash between the media-savvy mogul and the eccentric locals.
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CULTURE CLASH J Sket is a 15 certificate, despite the violence
I know they're really easy phrases to use, but really my film isn't about culture clash.
Out in the desert sun, one of the foursome comes face-to-face with an old flame and there is the inevitable culture clash.
In a bid to dispel such myths, a Cutting Edge documentary enters the world of 21st-century Gypsy and Traveller weddings where ancient traditions meet modern fashions in an ostentatious culture clash.

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