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New Alexandra Theatre unveils dazzling Spring Season

A host of exciting new productions are set to grace the stage of the New Alexandra Theatre this y   ear, as the venue unveils its dazzling new Spring season.     Motown The Musical, Saturday Night Fever and Fame are just some of the hit shows which are lined up at the Station Street venue over the coming year. Also featuring

Ash 20th Anniversary Tour

  2016 sees the 20th Anniversary of Ash’s debut number 1 album “1977” and to commemorate this the band have announced a special run of shows where the album will be played in it’s entirety and in sequence in the following cities; 21st Sep         Roxy, Los Angeles, CA 22nd Sep        Independent, San Francisco,

SKUNK ANANSIE RETURN WITH NEW SINGLE ‘LOVE SOMEONE ELSE’

  Skunk Anansie, one of the UK’s most successful and ground-breaking rock acts, have today issued the first single from their sixth studio album,‘Anarchytecture’, due for release ‪on January 15th. The single, ‘Love Someone Else’, is available as an instant download upon pre-order of ‘Anarchytecture’.   ‘Anarchytecture’ – a collection of hard-hitting alternative rock

PANIC! AT THE DISCO SHARES MUSIC VIDEO FOR “VICTORIOUS”

  Panic! At The Disco has shared a music video for new single "Victorious". The video was directed by Brandon Dermer and features a cameo from MMA Kickboxing champion Joe Schilling. Watch it here:https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=AUChk0lxF44"Victorious" is the second song the band has shared from their forthcoming fifth album Death of a Bachelor, out January 15 via DCD2/Fueled

U2 iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE Tour 2015

The dates for U2’s upcoming iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE Tour 2015 have been announced today by Live Nation. The iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE Tour which begins in 2015, will see U2 play indoor arenas for the first time in a decade, in 19 cities worldwide during it’s first year with pairs of

Angels and Airwaves – The Wolfpack – Review

Angels and Airwaves were always destined for big things according to Tom DeLonge, who infamously claimed that the band’s first release would represent “the best music in generations”. Though you may think that attempting to live up to such a statement exemplifies the height of ambition, the band’s fifth studio

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