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Concert review: Dirtee Verse

Dizzee Rascal’s first album, Boy In Da Corner, is considered seminal amongst grime music aficionados. A recent show at the Roundhouse saw, amongst other things, poet Debris Stevenson attempt to alchemise it into a series of spoken word pieces. She commanded the room with charisma and lyrical skill. But was it wise of her to […]

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Gig review: The Breakout Club

It may have been a Monday night, but the string of new music acts at the Amersham Arms on 14th March was anything but depressing. The pub in New Cross played host to The Breakout Club showcase. Four unsigned artists / bands performed, each with an uncanny ability to entertain and enthral. The evening was […]

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Live Music and Touring course

Everyone wants to be part of the roadshow, but we can’t all be part of the band. This coming Saturday 30th, Live Venue Week and live music company Cato Music / Cato Academy are running a free workshop, supported by Arts Council England. They aim to give an introduction to the work that goes on […]

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Applications open for Old Vic Community Company’s new show

Some of you may have read my article in October about the Old Vic Community Company’s workshops towards this year’s production, Rise. The workshops are now completed, the preparation is all done and now they’re looking for people to get the show on its feet! Rise will tackle the relationship Londoners have with the environment, […]

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Music review: BBC Music Awards

The 2015 BBC Music Awards made for an unforgettable night in December as many of Britain’s iconic musical acts came together to appreciate the talent and achievements of the year. Fans lined up outside of the Genting Arena in Birmingham, 14 hours before acts were scheduled to arrive on the red carpet, pitching tents the […]

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Films

Sexual health vox pop

A short vox pop video and improvised spoken word poem

A short vox pop video on the complex nature of domestic...