08/03
The classic story of the ill-fated love between a Mancunian and a Scouser...
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08/03
Mao and Nixon dance the foxtrot and other musical tales, told the full symphony orchestra way...

07/03
They are a powerhouse of emotion and raw power...
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07/03
The singer serenaded the audience at Stealth with some of his dubstep inspired soul...

07/03
Greeting the band with loud cheers, it’s obvious how proud their hometown fans are...
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06/03
"Dubstep at the minute encapsulates that very feeling I got when I was 15, listening to hip-hop. It makes me screw my face up and want to rap"...

06/03
All eyes are on him and his huge stage presence as he strides up and down the front of stage...
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05/03
Everyone's favourite lefty comedian walked the length of Israel's 'Apartheid Wall' and came back to tell us all about it....

05/03
This is when you discover that Jake Morley has found an appropriate way to translate the one-man-band of the Mary Poppins era...
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04/03
"Some people just go out to get drunk and cause trouble and some of the girls get absolutely legless"...

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