Month: September 2016

Gig review: Michele Stodart, Raevennan Husbandes and Arcelia at the Folkestone Quarterhouse by Anna Morell

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Michele Stodart

A quiet revolution is underway in Kent. Long recognised as a cradle of folk, and in the North West corner, home to the garage noise of the Medway Delta bands, a number of small, reputable venues are attempting to bring internationally acclaimed acoustic and contemporary musicians to the county. Spearheading the movement is Revelation St…

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Review: The Moscow State Circus, by Anna Morell

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Along with the Chinese State Circus, the Moscow State Circus sits a ring above other UK touring circuses for luxe and production values. The Moscow’s big top is climate-conditioned, carpeted, has plush velvet seats and a fully licensed bar (serving, of course, a black Russian if you fancy)…

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Rochester LitFest 2016: Written Worlds, Inspiring Places 1-9 October

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Amidst the usual creative writing workshops, Cafe Crawl and author talks this year, the RLF has a wonderful day of craft activities planned for all ages on Oct 8. ‘The Turtle Moves‘, inspired by Terry Pratchett’s Discworld series, sees a Juvenile Crafters’ Guild appear, as if by magic, in Rochester’s Community Hub, where you can…

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