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December 10 2013 Latest news:
Composer Ilan Eshkeri and musician Andy Burrows explain the eternal appeal of The Snowman and how they soundtracked its sequel
I’ve played a hard man, an alcoholic, and a jealous lover,” says Steve McFadden. “For once I’d like to be able to show a more romantic side.”
Hermit-like folksters plough some fertile fields of hazy soundscapes, occasionally unearthing a ‘proper’ song, for their debut album proper. Is it a good yield?
Once again Goat does what most bands wouldn’t dream of, releasing a live album with just a single LP under their belt. Good job it’s packed with scintillating Afro-flavoured post-punk, then.
This time last year, when the Highgate International Chamber Music Festival first launched, I was bemused by the name – which sounded impeccably old-guard, established and a touch grand for what was actually a brand new venture running over a weekend and set up by three young musicians who happen to live off Highgate West Hill.
The clue’s perhaps in the name: this isn’t traditional ‘ballet’ but two carefully-staged set pieces of choreography, each pulsating with a unique rhythm and energy of its own.
Now a dozen years old, this is Tall Stories’ original stage adaptation of a Julia Donaldson picture book and so successful has the Highgate-based theatre company become that they seem to have Christmas kids’ entertainment sewn up this year.
The Shadow Chancellor will join a host of celebrity performers hoping to entertain the public with their piano skills
Nina Stibbe’s new book reveals hilarious details of life in 1980s Gloucester Crescent
A bumper catch of themed compilations trawl through Virgin’s eclectic, impressive past.
The long-awaited reunion show of Monty Python will be likely be called Monty Python Live (mostly) and will feature “greatest hits with modern, topical, Pythonesque twists,” it has been revealed.
Kathy Burke is happy to go on the record: she has nothing against nuns.
A school for children with learning disabilities has won two international awards for its work with schools in other countries.
Trailblazing innovations saw master organ builder Henry Willis become the darling of the Victorian age - and his work can be seen to this day at Alexandra Palace and cathedrals across the country, discovers Adam Sonin.
Peter Gorb, businessman, pioneering design management teacher, and one of Hampstead’s most charismatic champions, has died aged 87.
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