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Running alongside – but separate to – the programmed Brighton Festival that’s been a fixture of city life since the late Sixties, Brighton Fringe’s open-access policy attracts upwards of 700 shows made by local, national and international companies and features performers at every stage of their professional development.
Chelsea probably have the better players, but they had a super-tough Premier League fixture against Aston Villa on Saturday and given that this is their 67th fixture of a draining season that might just balance things out here.
No, this is not my long-promised lecture of the above title. I am under-qualified to deliver it, in any case. Suffice it to say that those who idolise Clement Attlee as a way of criticising New Labour have got the wrong man.
Someone who could deliver it is David Hayes, one of the finest essayists, whose [...]
The last time writer Allan Cubitt was in Ireland, Donegal was on its knees with potato crops failing. Following the death if his predecessor the new English Land Agent observed how poor land management had caused a nutritional and economic dependency on spuds.
After claiming the 44th win of his career, the undefeated streak of boxing superstar Floyd Mayweather continues. A future hall of famer, he may be the finest boxer of our generation since Sugar Ray Leonard and arguably one of the greatest pound for pound fighters to have laced a pair of gloves.
Choosing a beer to match your starter can be more difficult than selecting the aperitif – which for me, usually fulfils the simple requirement of being just the lightest, most refreshing beer on the menu. Starters can be varied: a fresh seafood starter could just as easily warrant a stout as it could a bitter.
Number 944 in my series of Questions To Which The Answer Is No, asked by guess who.
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Can it only be episode 3? Frances de la Tour is on the chair. Good hair.
Over the last decade, Tom Baker has been behind some of London’s biggest music events, including Field Day. The annual celebration of up and coming and leftfield indie bands and electronic artists is a highlight of the Capital’s festival calendar. Anyone who tells you it’s all about the music is fibbing, it’s equal parts catwalk for the legions of East London hipsters, which makes for one hell of a day out.
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