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Latitude 2019 – Saturday evening antics and Sunday morning cool-downs

Heavy rain has just cleared, the lightening is no longer posing a threat and strolling past the Obelisk Arena the smooth sound of Irish rock band Walking on Cars tempt lost wanderers to sit for a while and listen to the round tones of lead singer Patrick Sheehy. The group have an appealing guitar pop sound, which feels vaguely eighties, ...

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Black Cat Cabaret – Secret Venue, London

Comperes: Frisky and Marcel Lucont Reviewer: David Ralf In the first true year of the first decade of the new millennium, having saved Shakespeare from the brink of irrelevance only five short years previous, Baz Luhrmann threw a lifeline to a flagging circus industry. The next year Renée Zellweger and Richard Gere sealed its fate by giving the public the ...

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Marcel Lucont: Gallic Symbol – The Lowry, Salford

Reviewer: Dave Cunningham [Rating:4] With typical Gallic arrogance Marcel Lucont ignores the generally accepted opinion that stereotypes are not funny. He emphasises every possible cliché about the French. Lucont enters at The Lowry as if he has just stepped out of bed: barefoot, unshaven and carrying a glass of red wine. He then launches into his first song that sets ...

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