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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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Do you have the brain needed to be a ballet dancer?

There has been recent research by scientists indicating that there are differences in ballet dancers’ brain structure that helps them not to feel dizzy during performances. This research shows that as dancers practice pirouettes they are able to suppress signals responsible for balance.

These findings that were published in a journal could prove to be helpful in treating patients suffering from chronic dizziness a condition that affects

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Do you have the brain needed to be a ballet dancer?

There has been recent research by scientists indicating that there are differences in ballet dancers’ brain structure that helps them not to feel dizzy during performances. This research shows that as dancers practice pirouettes they are able to suppress signals responsible for balance.

These findings that were published in a journal could prove to be helpful in treating patients suffering from chronic dizziness a condition that affects

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Former Buzzcocks drummer strikes a beat for Scottish isle art exhibition

Former Buzzcocks drummer strikes a beat for Scottish isle art exhibition

A great opportunity has arisen to let us observe an aspect of the social history of Scotland that is so far unrecorded.

A’ Fàgail na Dachaigh:  or Leaving Home is a new exhibition of works by renowned photographerJohn Maher, a founding member of the Buzzcocks punk band and Ian Paterson, who is a practising vet

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Polunin sued for abandoning productions

Sergei Polunin is an ambitious and charismatic ballet prodigy who went on to become the youngest Royal Ballet’s principal at 19. His reputation is matched by his image of being a ‘bad boy’ who has walked out of two London Productions.

The dancer sent shock waves in the dance world when he quit the much-awaited adaptation of Midnight Express in April. This was after he walked out

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Lion King Theatre & Dinner Review

This is a guest post by Adam Smith who used a gift experience voucher to take his girlfriend out to swanky restaurant before seeing The Lion King at the Lyceum Theatre in the West End of London.

When you suddenly get bought a west end theatre and dinner for two voucher for a birthday by your parents, it’s an interesting way of being told to take your

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Video director brings a softer touch to Saint Laurent ad campaign

Hedi Slimane has made his first debut for fashion house Saint Laurent as the director of a campaign film that is much softer around the edges than what the company is traditionally known for. Director Slimane chose to create a video titled Dance to help promote a new ballerina range of shoes that the fashion company is launching this November.

In order to help make the video

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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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Dublin welcomes the return of its famous Fringe Festival

Dublin welcomes the return of its famous Fringe Festival

The Dublin Fringe Festival will showcase a diverse collection of Irish talent this month as part of the Dublin Festival Season in this vivacious and contemporary city…

The countdown has begun with the return of the Dublin Fringe Festival, to the capital city of Ireland, starting 5th September and providing an assortment of entertainment for 17 days. The

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A look at the autumn arts seasons

One can easily read between the lines when it comes to the choice of production for the main opera by the Lawrence Batley Theatre in the upcoming autumn season. For many years what they have been offering has been good, even for the box office, and this year there is no exception. The theatre is now being host to the Opera from Mid Wales with Benjamin

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