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BREVIEW: All Years Leaving @ Hare & Hounds 22.10.17

      Words by Emily Doyle / Pics by Denise Wilson  On Sunday afternoon, I get off my shift at work and straight on the number 50 bus. I’m necking coffee and a sandwich to power up for day two of All Years Leaving at the Hare & Hounds. I’m disappointed to get there […]

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BREVIEW: All Years Leaving @ Hare & Hounds 21.10.17

      Words by Emily Doyle / Pics by Cameron Goodyer Presented by This Is Tmrw, All Years Leaving is entering its fifth year – returning to it’s Hare & Hounds birthplace as a bona fide institution of the local live scene. I’m ashamed at this point to admit I’ve never been before, but […]

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BPREVIEW: All Years Leaving @ Hare & Hounds 21-22.10.17

Words by Ed King / Flyer illustration by Lewes Herriot  On Saturday 21st and Sunday 22nd October, This Is Tmrw bring back their annual All Years Leaving music festival to the Hare & Hounds.  Doors open at 3pm each day, with music running constantly until the ‘licensing committee says no’. Weekend tickets are prices at […]

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INTERVIEW: John Fell – Beyond the Tracks @ Eastside Park 15-17.09.17

Words by Damien Russell / Pics by Eleanor Sutcliffe Feeling like a lazy Sunday afternoon despite being a Monday (thank you Bank Holiday), sitting in the shade at Eastside Park has got something of a ‘last day of a festival’ feel. Convenient really as I’ve braved exhaustion and headed out to into the sun to […]

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Submotion Orchestra @ O2 Institute 09.11.16 / By Michelle Martin (Visual Voice Media) © Birmingham Review

THE GALLERY: Submotion Orchestra @ O2 Institute 09.11.16

Words & Pics by Michelle Martin (Visual Voice Media) The sound system lowers. A man appeared awkwardly centre stage. Speaking ends. “The show has been cancelled to due a member of the band taken ill backstage”. You could hear a pin drop. At other cancelled shows, audience members could boo and jeer at the announcement […]

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