Telefónica O2 Telekomunikační a poštovní služby
9.December » The Guardian
From being ready for innovation to knowing what to do with all your data, Eila Madden reports on thriving in an increasingly tech-driven world At O2 Business’s second annual Blue Door conference, private and public sector business leaders gathered...
5.December » The Independent
Exclusive: 'Thank goodness we've got art, thank goodness we've got music, thank goodness we've got things that carry us through with energy and optimism,' says Jude Kelly, curator
4.December » The Guardian
O2 Arena, London Glimpses of wit float to the surface in this sex-and-excrement bonanza … but are quickly flushed away by tedious misogyny Two trips to the O2 in 10 days: two shows wallowing in faeces. Reader, the life of the comedy reviewer is no...
24.November » The Guardian
O2 Arena, London The comic, who doesn’t seem to have any interest in people or the world, puts on a weak show with anecdotes that ring untrue It’s not an auspicious start to Jack Whitehall’s show when he opens with a crude mime about hard, soft an...
20.November » The Guardian
O2 Arena, London Writhing alien life forms engulf a set so elaborate it reduces the audience at the singer’s Cornucopia arena show to hushed awe. But her voice rings out clear When Björk first conceived of the live show for her ninth studio album,...
Bjork review, O2 Arena: Icelandic artist breathes rich, slippery life into London s most barren concert space
20.November » The Independent
Fertile imagery conjures the virtual hyperreality of orchids, galaxies, bacteria, faces, forests, fungi and foetuses. It is the most immersive and intoxicating visual experience I have experienced in such an inorganic space
17.November » The Guardian
Updates from the 6pm GMT match at London’s O2 Centre Piqué says revamped Davis Cup is ‘project of my life’ Email Tumaini | or tweet @tumcarayol 5.07pm GMT Pierre Hugues-Herbert and Nicolas Mahut just beat Raven Klaasen and Michael Venus to win the...
15.November » Forbes
The Spanish star’s position at the summit of the year-end ATP Rankings was confirmed following Novak Djokovic’s defeat to Roger Federer at The O2 on Thursday evening.
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