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GET ready for a spectacular escape from the ordinary when the Womad festival begins on the banks of the Thames next month.
The organisers of Salvage, the monthly rock night at the Newbury Corn Exchange have come up with a real coup, as US rock band Wheatus will make appearance on Monday, June 24, for a Salvage special.
IT’S easy to launch into superlatives about Tetra Splendour’s debut album ‘Splendid Animation’, or to compare them to Coldplay, Suede or Muse, but such puerile analysis just wouldn’t do it justice.
What a week it’s been for television! The BBC’s coverage of the Jubilee celebrations made quality viewing.
FORGET Glastonbury, dispense with Reading and Leeds, and you can just wipe all knowledge of Womad from your memory banks for now because Bracknell Festival 2002 kicks off next month.
QUEEN of the beehive Helen Shapiro is saying adieu to the glittering lights of showbiz after 42 years.
Tickets for this year’s Reading Festival are selling faster than last year, and that means another sell-out weekend looks guaranteed.
Terry Wogan’s normally witty and droll quips during the Eurovision Song Contest (BBC1 Saturday) seemed less barbed than in previous years.
The Candys were only too happy to take up the offer of a party in Reading when The Fez Club came calling recently.
Coldharbor, Aldershot West End Centre, Friday