23/06
The Road To Splendour 2012 series of gigs kick-off at The Bodega...
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20/06
It's Refugee Week (16-24 June) so time to learn the truth about asylum seekers....

20/06
The 125th anniversary of Raleigh is celebrated in a wonderful play by Andy Barrett. ...
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20/06
The Bodega hosts a series of gigs in the run-up to this year’s Wollo-fest...

19/06
Photos from the contest featuring Joe Danks, Tom Wardle, In The Northwood, Crash Jacket, The Species and eventual winners The Afterdark Movement...
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19/06
With In The North Wood, The Afterdark Movement, Crash Jacket, The Species, Tom Wardle, Joe Danks, and special guest, Indiana...

19/06
A violinist bound for America is washed ashore and taken in by two elderly sisters...
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18/06
"The primary function of a musician is to make music, anything else is superfluous"...

18/06
"While my novel contains elements of your traditional banging about, flitting shadows, corner-of-your-eye type spooks, mostly my ghosts are psychological." ...
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18/06
A satire of decorous vulgarity, barely repressed Sapphic desire and class hostility...

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