25/10
Set againt the backdrop of the cuban missile crisis in the sixties, this Brit film explores the story of two teenage girls ...
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Oozing vintage charisma with a slice of northern grit, this band mean business...

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"I started when I was about thirteen or fourteen; I was writing lyrics for a band that didn’t actually exist"...
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24/10
"Characters cocking up in the cut-scenes, Sauron running about The Shire on a clumsy goat and watching Sam repeatedly beat his ally Frodo with his frying pan were almost too much to contain"...

24/10
A shiny sing along biblical musical with no references to God, to Adam and Eve, or even, really, to the Bible...
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The Falmouth-via-Brighton trio impress at The Bodega....

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"I think the questions Sillitoe was asking about Britain - about the position of young people and the inequality they feel - are still being asked"...
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23/10
"Not many of us really drink, to be honest with you. Just a nice protein shake then off to bed, usually"...

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We chat to the young bluesman from the Notts Delta ahead of his appearance at Branch Out...
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There's something for everyone this Halloween...

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