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"Having a festival main stage slot under our belts isn’t going to hurt at all"...
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The influential poet's childhood home has been restored by a new literary trust and is now open to the public ...

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Photos from the weekend festival including Manière des Bohémiens, Fists, Hhymn, Gallery 47, Graham Coxon, the Maccabees and Warpaint...
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With Ronika, Nina Smith, Mizz Red, Animistics, Injured Birds, Just James and some massive news about Jake Bugg...

16/08
'The Elizabethan era wasn't so very different from our own - foreign wars for scarce resources, new technology changing society, civil unrest at home'...
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Poetry from Matthew Spence, Jeremy Duffield, Di Slaney, Mark Goodwin and Lord Biro...

16/08
New releases from 1110, Tom Hathaway and Paula Rawsthorne...
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"This book won the Orange Prize, which must mean you get unlimited text messages forever. Wicked!"...

16/08
Already unlucky enough to look like the dictator’s son, with the aid of some nip/tuck he became even more so...
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The apes faces, particularly Caesar’s, are so emotive that it makes James Franco and Freida Pinto seem as wooden as the redwood trees...

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