2
Nov 2012
First came the whistles, then the drums. Seven assorted-size dancers marched through the foyer twirling batons, looking very pleased with themselves in orange majorette outfits and unnecessarily high furry busbies. Cameras flashed as coats...

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6
Sep 2012
Gary Kitching is a direct, warm and welcoming chap. He establishes an easy audience rapport as he sets up the guiding premise of his show, Me and Mr C. We are to lower any expectations...

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25
Aug 2012
He seems a decent sort, this man Meursault, present at his mother’s funeral but not overwhelmed with grief. They had had an understanding and neither needed nor expected anything more of each other than...

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8
Aug 2012
Caroline Horton’s runaway hit You’re Not Like The Other Girls Chrissyestablished her as a writer and performer of some distinction – a gracious and engaging presence on stage with a good ear for the rhythm...

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8
Aug 2012
It opens like a Farndale Avenue show. An am-dram production by the Loch Parry Players of The Wicker Man, with suitably dilapidated scenery, naff costumes and an inappropriate West End style showbiz song and...

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