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Christina Aguilera - Liberation

Jeremy Williams-Chalmers
Arts Correspondent
Christina Aguilera
Back in the late 90s the charts witnessed an explosion of new female talent propel to higher reaches.
There was the naughty P!nk, the evangelical Jessica Simpson, the sweet Mandy…
20th Jun 2018 09:10 AM

Review Of Blue And Steps, Keep Moat Stadium, Doncaster

Graham Clark
Features Writer
Doncaster seems to be getting some top acts performing in the town - a few days previously it was A-Ha who played a gig at the Keep Moat Stadium.
Fast forward 3 days and 2 acts who were successful 10…
18th Jun 2018 10:37 PM

Blood Beneath The Skin: Isn’t Forever By Amy Key

Steve Whitaker
Literary Correspondent
Amy Key - photo by Sophie Davidson
Amy Key is the kind of poet for whom a blank sheet of reviewing paper is the only critical preparation. A sheet of A4, and her words. Tempting though it always is to…
17th Jun 2018 08:45 PM

Download Festival, Castle Donington

Graham Clark
Features Writer
Guns N' Roses
If you looked at the charts or listen to mainstream radio you would think that rock music is not popular anymore. It even appears not to be popular on the streaming services such as…
17th Jun 2018 05:59 PM

Megan O'Neill - Ghost Of You

Jeremy Williams-Chalmers
Arts Correspondent
London based Irish country singer Megan O'Neill has spent the last couple of years firmly establishing herself as one of the primary talents on the British Country circuit. While she has released the…
15th Jun 2018 07:16 PM

Ray Lamontagne - Part Of The Light

Jeremy Williams-Chalmers
Arts Correspondent
Ray Lamontagne
Fourteen years have passed since Ray LaMontagne moved the masses with the unforgettable Trouble. Since then he has released a diverse, but always thought provoking and usually heart…
20th Jun 2018 08:21 AM

Poem Of The Week: ‘Engineers’ Corner’ By Wendy Cope

Steve Whitaker
Literary Correspondent
Memorials in Poets Corner, Westminster Abbey
Engineers’ Corner
‘Why isn’t there an Engineers’ Corner in Westminster Abbey? In
Britain we’ve always made more fuss of a ballad than a blueprint
.…
18th Jun 2018 07:41 PM

The Play That Goes Wrong - Interview With Bobby Hirston

Graham Clark
Features Writer
The Play That Goes Wrong is a comedy at the Bradford Alhambra from Monday 18 June 2018.
The Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society are putting on a 1920's Murder Mystery but everything that goes wrong…
17th Jun 2018 07:41 PM

Album Review: Cruising With Jane McDonald (Absolute)

Graham Clark
Features Writer
Wakefield's Jane McDonald seems to have a uplift in her career recently with her own TV variety show and the current Cruising With Jane McDonald programme on Channel 5.
Her popularity appears to be…
16th Jun 2018 11:33 PM

Sheku Kanneh-Mason - Inspiration

Jeremy Williams-Chalmers
Arts Correspondent
Nottingham's Sheku Kanneh-Mason is a name that most people in the country will now be familiar with. Having appeared on Britain's Got Talent with his also talented siblings in 2015, his credibility…
15th Jun 2018 04:00 PM

Me And My Bee At Grassington Festival

Being named Bea I just couldn’t resist the chance to review Grassington Festival’s opening night, ‘Me and My Bee’, and it didn’t disappoint.
Until watching this funny play, I had never once…
19th Jun 2018 11:29 AM

Paintings By Tina Mammoser At The Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough

Tina Mammoser. Photo by Tessa Bunney
Scarborough-based artist Tina Mammoser exhibits work exploring the coasts of Yorkshire and Norway at the Stephen Joseph Theatre in July and early August.
The…
18th Jun 2018 11:18 AM

Let's Rock Leeds! - The Retro Festival

Graham Clark
Features Writer
Adam Ant
You wonder how many of today's acts will still be around in 35 years time - Ed Sheeran and Adele most certainly but others I'm not too sure.
Also by Graham Clark...
Lionel Richie, Scarborough…
17th Jun 2018 07:00 PM

A-ha, Keep Moat Stadium, Doncaster

Graham Clark
Features Writer
A-ha
The sun might always shine on TV according to one of A-ha's biggest hits but thankfully it was also shining in Doncaster when the band visited the town as part of their Electric Summer tour.
Before…
15th Jun 2018 10:53 PM

Sheppard - Watching The Sky

Jeremy Williams-Chalmers
Arts Correspondent
Over in Australia sibling group Sheppard have enjoyed phenomenal success. While the anthemic pop and soulful melodies of their debut album, Bombs Away, much overlooked in the UK, the record debuted…
15th Jun 2018 03:35 PM
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