21/11
A group of scarily talented jazz maestros from both sides of The Pond with a roguish sense of fun...
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19/11
Love, jealousy, betrayal and death. A tabloid worthy plot that could easily give the Sopranos a run for their money...

18/11
You can't fail to be charmed by their super cool wide-eyed shuffle and they might even feed you some cake! See Yunioshi at Brownes this Friday......
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17/11
"I love Shane Meadows, I just watched A Room for Romeo Brass and then Dead Man’s Shoes. I think Paddy Considine is my new favourite actor"...

16/11
A great feed, made from ingredients sourced locally, but tasting like they had come straight from the heart of Milan's restaurant quarter...
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16/11
The set list has rather an upbeat celebratory feel to it, with the band serving up a selection of energetic arty alt-rockers...

14/11
"At a gig in Manchester I broke a string - no spare string or guitar - and discovered mid-set that I am utterly unable to play a guitar with no G-string"...
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12/11
Hopefully, Bond will learn to be Bond again soon and stop trying to be Bourne. This franchise needs an urgent injection of fun...

12/11
Rosa introduces her new show aimed towards the studying residents of Notts....
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09/11
They melded “oooooohs” and “ahhhahhhhahhhs” with catchy keyboards, sturdy guitars and beats...

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