05/02
Rachel’s voice is so rich and empowering that it is the light against the dark...
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Now that the initial thrill of conveyor-belt cuisine has faded, I’d give dining in here a miss. No complaints about the food, but the service was poor...

04/02
Feeding your grandma dangerous chemicals has never been so much fun...
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04/02
Featuring Paige Elizabeth Guy, Marc Reeves, DIY Poets, Rosie Rojo and Jermaine Brewski...

03/02
"I decided to forget about writing songs for a moment and do a record of cover versions to get me out of my cantankerous head"...
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03/02
OTT Productions are putting out a call for submissions for their third Violated Short Film Festival...

03/02
Let's not be intimidated by the statistics: let's try and make a change ...
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Scenes just plod along as if slow, gradual character development was the movie’s only goal...

03/02
Swaggering the stage tailored in sharp suits like successful, but debauched estate agents...
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Their songs are light and whimsical at times without falling into the trap of being irritating...

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