10/12
Immediately you could tell it was going to be a performance not to miss...
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09/12
"You get the collectors, the Makina lads, the heavy metal lads, or the big lads who run a radio show from the shed at the bottom of their garden"...

09/12
The big musical numbers from the 30s 40s and 50s films, brought to spectacular life by a full orchestra and Seth MacFarlane...
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09/12
His lonely life screams at you in a whisper through the detached, measured way he conducts himself ...

08/12
"We had a rather "merry" conversation about doing a blues cover of Rio by Duran Duran. It seemed like the best idea ever"...
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08/12
Andy Afford makes it two pantos out of two, when catching Aladdin at the Theatre Royal....

Today
Featuring John Robertson, The Soundcarriers, Vivian Mackerrell, Jeannie Finlay, White Dolemite, Andy Smith and more...
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07/12
Would you like a cup of tea? Oh, go on, go on, go on...

06/12
LeftLion have produced a special magazine to celebrate 30 years of Rock City...
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06/12
Sam Leggitt is a local entrepreneur who's bringing a bit of the east into the city this Christmas...

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