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In these trying times, you’d be forgiven for wanting to spend a few years living under a big rock on a remote island.Read the full story..
When after 15 minutes a six-year-old Snow White in the adjacent seat politely enquires as to whether she can have a sandwich, you know that the current iteration of Disney on Ice is not quite as captivating as it might be.Read the full story..
U2 rolled into town as part of their eXPERIENCE + iNNOCENCE tour and turned Manchester Arena into the smallest large venue around.Read the full story..
When it comes to album sales in 2016, you can forget Beyoncé, Rag’n’Bone Man and Justin Bieber. Last year belonged to Ball and Boe.Read the full story..
When a two-year-old has to be hauled out of a venue screaming “I want it again”, you would generally chalk that one up as a hit.Read the full story..
It’s understandable that a certain sense of trepidation hangs over this particular show.Read the full story..
It’s 1973. Industrial action has plunged the UK into darkness and things are pretty gloomy (except for this pre-teen excitedly reading comics by candlelight). But there is one shining light: glam rock.Read the full story..
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