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I came into this headliner set expecting little – and still went away disappointed.
Read about the latest books, Titanic, Pawleys Island and One Man went to Mow.
THE first time I realise journalist and author Lucy Cavendish is a mother first and foremost is when I try to get hold of her for an interview.
When my leisurely Saturday afternoon was taken over by a rather inebriated 20-something, I have to admit I was rather jealous of her carefree lifestyle.
This was a disappointing display from one of the world’s biggest bands. Everything was in place for a big one but straight from the off the set was besieged by problems.
Arriving at Richfield Avenue early on a Friday afternoon is a little like that moment when Charlie first enters the Chocolate Factory (actually, in Nomad’s case, it’s more like Augustus Gloop).
Novelist Irvine Welsh, 49, from Edinburgh, shot to fame with his 1993 novel Trainspotting, about a group of heroin addicts in Edinburgh in the mid-1980s.
On the outside Malmaison may look like an 18th century manor house, but as you step inside you are instantly embraced by an environment filled with a design that is very much modern day urban chic.
Bernard Shaw’s comedy Pygmalion is not just My Fair Lady without the songs says actor Tim Pigott-Smith.
AS a youngster I loved Mr Bean and have happy memories of sitting with my grandparents at their house in Coley watching the television series.