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Billy Doherty of The Undertones

Fat White Family's Nathan Saoudi

Oli Brown

Oli Brown is yet to hit 30 but has already packed more into his career than most musicians manage in a lifetime.

Sarah Darling


GZA

GZA

I had a lot of fun attending the GZA show. I hung out with some friends, I listened to some loud classic tunes and I got to see an actual member of the Wu-Tang Clan in Norwich.

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Stefflon Don, Big Tobz and Russ

Stefflon Don brought the kind of show that I would normally never see, and it was very easy to see why she is so popular. …… I left buzzing after a brilliant night of musical exhilaration, feeling joyous, and having seen something that will live long in my memory.

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Sleaford Mods

...the fact that the whole night ended on current single Discourse shows how well received their new material has been.

Sam Coe and the Long Shadows

Sam Coe and The long Shadow, True Adventures and Hot Raison


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Shinedown

Taken at UEA by Saffron Robinson

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The Sisters Brothers

The Sisters Brothers

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MID-90s - Jonah Hill

Even if skateboarding was never your scene, Jonah Hill writes and directs a film with a neat focus on angst, awkwardnessand trying to fit in, without ever really messing any of those qualities up

Us

Everybody Knows

Fighting With My Family 

I really enjoyed the film, funny, thoughtful and grounded.


Fat Maggi's at The Ribs of Beef

Donnelli's

Last Pub Standing

Lord Rosebery


Andrew Maxwell. Showtime

Andrew Maxwell. Showtime

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Swan Lake

It proved to be as stunning and breath taking as ever, confounding the prejudices of anyone (not least me) who thinks ballet simply isn’t for them.

Rough Crossing

Stoppard’s text constantly reminds us that this is a play about a play, poking fun at theatrical convention, making a virtue of its shortcomings, and openly taking the mickey out of anyone investing too much energy into proselytising art

Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour

The House on Cold Hill

...from the outset, a jolly thrill ride that takes full advantage of the possibilities of live theatre, presenting a classic haunted house story with a combination of impressive stage trickery and winning performances