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I’ve always heard that Dirty Rotten Scoundrels was one of the best new shows in London’s West End, but I’d never got the chance to see this production in either it’s London run or its first ever...

Located at the top of Stokes Croft, Plantation is one of Bristol’s real treasures. Where some would gravitate towards Turtle Bay when craving Caribbean cuisine, I choose Plantation. This independent...

If you live outside the capital, it’s quite unlikely that you should know the above-mentioned is the core philosophy of the popular burger chain Byron. Having come a long way since its humble beginnings...

Phoebe Frost reviews the Grammy award winning Foxes, who played to the tiny but fierce crowd at Bristol’s Thekla. If I asked who Louisa Rose Allen was in January, I bet you that no one could tell me....

By Chloe Anderson-Dixon Les Misérables, a long-running stage show based on the book by Victor Hugo has been a phenomenal success over the years. With 32 years on stage, and 60 million viewers worldwide,...

Formed in 2009, and with only one album, ‘Torches’ under their belt, Foster the People have quickly built up a reputable amount of success so far. Yet with the song ‘Pumped up kicks’ being so constantly...

I found the exhibition, which ran from the 2nd till the 8th of November, thanks to the small dots placed around the Bower Ashton campus. Following them lead me to the space, F-block 1st floor corridor,...

> Experimental folk artist at the good ship Thekla Ever since the release of his debut album Sweet England in 2004 Jim Moray has been considered a somewhat controversial figure on the traditional English...

> British rapper talks to WesternEye about drinking games, illegal downloading and frying food on toasters Elliott Gleave, better known to music lovers as ‘Example’ has had a busy year to say the...

O2 Academy, Bristol – Tuesday 23rd February 2010 With only two acts on tonight’s line up, ‘Casiokids’ had giant boots to fill opening for the UK’s royalty of electro-pop: ‘Hot Chip’....