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Rock n Roll Memorabilia

Whether it’s a guitar once strummed by Jimi Hendrix, or a hankie that wiped the sweat from Elvis’ brow, Rock n Roll memorabilia has been a huge market for decades, and as long as there are stars and there are fans, it will continue to grow at a vast rate of knots. While few pieces of memorabilia are actually one of a kind, there are many

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Arcade Fire Tease Fans with New Tour Dates

When one of the biggest Indie bands in the world announces a new tour, you would expect them to be doing around 20 dates in the biggest countries, playing some of the best venues and wowing crowds so much they have to put on extra dates to quench the thirst for tickets. However, Canadian band Arcade Fire has announced just five UK dates for their November

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Classic TV show soundtracks released on vinyl

Classic TV show soundtracks released on vinyl

Network Distributing have announced that they are ready to launch a new range of what they call definitive soundtracks of iconic British TV shows on vinyl. The records will come in classic gatefold sleeves and will feature classic shows from the 1960’s and 1970’s.

They have recruited Ray Staff to create these wonderful collectable. Ray is a renowned vinyl engineer

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Classical orchestra makes its debut in Keswick

This month will see the debut of a national classical orchestra in Keswick. The Sinfonia Viva is set to make its debut on September 22nd at the Keswick Music Society festival. They will kick off the day with a performance at 3pm for the Children’s Concert scheduled to take place at the Theatre by the Lake in Keswick. In the evening they will then come back

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Andris Nelsons named as new music director of the BSO

The Boston Symphony Orchestra is getting an infusion of new life with the choice of Andris Nelsons as music director. He will be the 15th director in the BSO’s 132-year history and the youngest in a century, at 34 just about half the age of his predecessor James Levine. It has been over two years since Levine, now 69, made his last appearance at the podium,

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Exclusive Rolling Stones prints curated by Audio Lounge

Exclusive Rolling Stones prints curated by Audio Lounge

The David Redfern Collection, which includes limited editions of rock legends, Rolling Stones, is to be released to celebrate the return of the group to the stage.

To celebrate The Rolling Stones’ return to the stage, the collection of works by renowned photographer David Redfern includes limited edition prints of the rock legends. A stunning Mick Jagger light

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OXFAM is asking people to love Syria

OXFAM is asking people to love Syria

Imagine for a second how it would be if you had to leave the only life you knew in order to protect the health of your family and your own life. For thousands of Syrians that are looking help from the world that is the reality.

Oxfam is launching a ‘Love Syria’ campaign on the first night of the Isle

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Tickets now on sale for the ever popular St Ives Festival

Tickets now on sale for the ever popular St Ives Festival

The tickets have gone on sale for this years St Ives September Festival, sponsored in 2013 by Cornish Gems. Already confirmed for this event that gets more and more popular every year are comedy and theatre acts as well as top class music.

The festival will be running from the 14th-28th September and has been going

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Royal Ballet are suffering from lack of talent

The Royal Ballet has been experiencing a dwindling number of domestic talents in its composition. There are 21 dancers in the Royal Ballet off which just one woman and two men of British origin are present. This startling figure was noticed by an erstwhile ballerina Bryony Brind. The ballerina opined that the reason for such a fall in talent of British origin stemmed from the lack

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Lead actress fails once again to make an appearance in Don Carlo

Every audience member hates to see a manager come out onto the stage before the performance because it usually means that the star performer most likely is not going to appear due to the fact that they are ill or something similar. This past Wednesday, the Don Carlo performance by Verdi went ahead once again without Anja Harteros in the role of Elizabeth. In fact, the

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