King Nun really broke out in 2018, but with their latest album ‘Mass’ they’ve matured and really hit their stride. Label mates with the 1975, Japanese House and Wolf Alice, they’re in good company to get some serious traction. In October they played the LCR supporting the Struts, but as they’ll be back in the new year we decided to catch-up with them before they return.Read full Article >
We found out more from Kate Tempest ahead of her gig at Nick Rayns LCR on Friday 8th November
After their critically acclaimed debut album, Snapped Ankles are back touring their brilliantly outlandish second LP....
The evening inevitably finished on a rousing encore of Easy Livin’ (proving not that every song had to be tricky to be good) and the band grinning from ear to ear as they played. It only served to consolidate the abiding impression throughout, of the strong bond between the men on stage, delighted that they still got to do this for a living.Read full Article >
Guitar music is by no means dead. It has just been resting.
Find out more on the influence for Killing Joke AlbumRead full Article >
Thought-provoking, at times perhaps a little clichéd, but entirely relevant and altogether rather beautiful.
This is about as wacky and off-beat as they go
It’s heart-breaking but it’s the truth. It’s not a film to enjoy with a soft drink and a large popcorn but it’s one of the most important movies of the year.....
As well as this, the film is stunning, perfectly encapsulating the nature secluded lifestyle that most of these characters lead. The mundanity of ‘living with the land’ has never looked so ideal, and although this world can be cruel, you can rely on the kindness of strangers
Following preacher/revolutionary Moses (Marchant Davis), the film is based on hundreds of true stories all within the United States.
After the sunshine and warmth of the previous night's 'L'elisir d'amore' the Glyndebourne Tour could not have provided more by way of contrast.Read full Article >
Glyndebourne Tour in Norwich last night gave me the opportunity to immerse myself for two and a half hours in Italian operatic sunshine, whilst the rest of Norwich shivered in the dark and the cold outside.
Northern Ballet are always eagerly awaited visitors to the Theatre Royal, both for their full productions and for their wonderful child-friendly shows (they return in April 2020 with a special version of Little Red Riding Hood). We now have October 2020 to look forward to, and their return with an exciting new production – Merlin
As a writer myself, I found her anecdotes and stories inspirational
It also says much for this production that a cocktail of an unmarried teenage pregnancy, gay friendships, mixed race relationships, alcoholism and unremitting poverty, could be presented with such defiant stoicism and good humour.