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By James Jarvis, March 25, 2017 0 Music, News

Sophia Dady is a UK singer/songwriter/musician with a diversity of influences which derive from trad jazz, pop, folk, and strong ties with Tori Amos and Kate Bush. Her music has a unique combination of styles which intertwine between 70’s funkadelica,… Read More »

By Nicola Eyre, March 23, 2017 0 Reviews, Theatre

Attending the Opera to see Opera North Hansel & Gretel, I thought it was time to introduce my daughter (age 8) to her first Opera experience.

By James Jarvis, March 23, 2017 0 Gaming, News

Online games for the Sega Dreamcast over the past couple of months keep being restored, however I finally got my Dreamcast back online yesterday using a DreamPi (I have been playing my Dreamcast online though for a while using the… Read More »

By James Jarvis, March 18, 2017 0 Gaming, News

Capcom’s high-flying arcade shooter is now available for iOS and Android devices. The arcade classic will have a day one launch price of $.99 across both platforms. After the launch window the game will be available for $1.99 Set in… Read More »

By Nicola Eyre, March 15, 2017 0 Reviews, Theatre

Attending the theatre with my son to review the the stage play of Meera Syal‘s book Anita and Me. He had heard of the film and I was explaining who Meera Syal was, she is also in the Kumar’s has… Read More »

By RockerJarvis, March 15, 2017 0 Gaming, Reviews

What happens when you get sent a review code to a sequel of a cult classic game from the previous consoles generation, one that you have heard great things about, but one that you actually never really played…… Well you… Read More »

By James Jarvis, March 15, 2017 0 Gaming, Movies

Take a Trip Down Memory Lane with a Throwback Pack Filled with Six Classic Games from Disney and Capcom. Capcom, a leading worldwide developer and publisher of video games, today announced The Disney Afternoon Collection, a compilation of six games… Read More »

By James Jarvis, March 10, 2017 0 Music, News

Introducing ‘Petty Crimes’ the second studio album from Kill For Eden. Blending a classic hard-rock swagger with polished, radio-ready production, Petty Crimes sees the London quartet at their finest.

By Marie Addison, March 9, 2017 0 Reviews, Theatre

I wasn’t sure what to expect from my first live ballet experience although I had high expectations given the reputation Matthew Bourne has for delivering outstanding productions with a modern day twist and appeal.

By James Jarvis, March 7, 2017 0 Music, News

It is an absolute pleasure to introduce 6 piece group ‘Biscay’. Their songs can only be described as shamelessly retrospective, fusing jazz, funk and soul grooves. This contrasts with the songs contemporary subjects, which wryly bemoan the state of the… Read More »

By Charles Hoy, March 6, 2017 0 Gaming, Reviews

After the great travesty that was the Nintendo Wii U, Nintendo really had to knock it out of the park with their next console. With another crazy concept, the Switch was born, and it was shaping up to be something… Read More »