10/05
They opened the floor to questions about The King, and passed out samples of the sandwich that they believe killed him...
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10/05
Watching an eight year old dribbling gore as she staggered towards the nearest ‘food’ was an awesome, if a little gross, sight to behold...

10/05
The ability to immerse their listeners in a sonic bath of sweeping aural landscapes...
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10/05
Another gripping and thought-provoking instalment of the Southwell Trilogy from acclaimed local writer Billy Ivory. ...

09/05
They are less tightly wound, the guitars chime and ring out where once they were sharp and jagged, all this is wrapped up in a new found groove....
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08/05
"It does the same to terrorism that Brass Eye did to paedophilia, allowing us to laugh rather than be afraid"...

08/05
He comes on drunk, twiddles with the amplifiers, mutters half a lyric down two microphones and plays the part of the drunken old geezer ...
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07/05
Dom Henry shot the Sheriff while Jared Wilson asked her about her job...

07/05
And during their set, the band's love for obscure horror punk or the bassist's carpel tunnel didn't matter: They were just living the dream...
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07/05
"Other critics have complained that it suffers from Spiderman 3 syndrome (too many characters, too little time) – but trust me, it’s not that bad"...

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    With 8mm Orchestra, Crazy P, The LeftLion Festival Guide, Barney Melton, Geoff Diego Litherland, Nirvana in Nottingham, Reel Equality, Cycling
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    Marvel's Avengers are back together for their second big screen outing
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    "When you win games and draw games, you're 'undefeated'. But when you lose games and draw games, you're 'winless'."
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    "I want to lose myself in the joyous atmosphere of the world’s middle class getting together to cheer on its fastest and best at throwing heavy objects"
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    "We've never played in a courtroom before. The Galleries of Justice's is the place they dissected the bodies of the executed criminals"
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    "Fiction that defies categorisation and gives two fingers to pigeonholes"
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    The classic Oscar Wilde play intriguingly starring David Suchet as Lady Bracknell