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Recreations

BEACHES AIN’T SHIT TOUR IN OCTOBER Following a summer of festival performances, Recreations (Sam Duckworth, formerly Get Cape Wear Cape Fly) will embark on a tour of South Coast seaside towns throughout October, in what will be a celebration of these provincial British holiday destinations. The run comes after two …

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Fire in the North Sky

Tolkien used bits of it, Sibelius orchestrated parts of it, now here it is in its raw unvarnished beauty, of what do I write? The Kalevala – the epic poem of Finland, think Beowulf or The Iliad and, despite Cambridge being a seat of learning, you get to hear it …

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NGOD

NGOD are the mysterious five-piece rockers from Bradford, as fronted by Sam Augustine. Together they create the perfect blend of melodic hooks, technical musicianship and progressive song structure, NGOD are a band whose talents are only matched by their consistency to impress. Appealing to the indie crowd and tech-rock fans alike, …

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Grapevine Teams Up with Ipswich Basketball

Grapevine Magazine has teamed up with Ipswich Basketball to be the fixtures and results sponsor for the 2016/17 season.   The club has been developing elite basketball players in Suffolk since 1976 and this season will compete in almost 200 National League and Academy fixtures. Grapevine sees the association with the …

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Harwich International Shanty Festival

Friday 7th October sees the start of the 11th annual Harwich International Shanty Festival. The festival has grown year on year, and is now firmly established in the Harwich calendar. This year’s three day programme features local and international singers, musicians and performers in venues on land, rail and, of …

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Macmillan Coffee Week

We are going to be doing Macmillan Coffee Week (as part of the “World’s Biggest Coffee Morning” campaign) from 26th – 30th September. That’s right – we will have cakes, sweet treats and savouries every day, between 10am until 3pm! What’s more, is that you’re invited to join us for a ‘cuppa and …

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Britain on Film

The hidden history of our rural heritage captured on screen for ‘Britain on Film’.  Arts and community development charity, Creative Arts East is inviting audiences across the county to climb aboard for a nostalgic outing to our region’s rural and social past and celebrate our Rural Life on film. Creative Arts East …

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Cambridge Film Festival

The UK’s third longest-running film festival, the Cambridge Film Festival returns this autumn for its 36th edition taking place 20th – 27th October at the Arts Picturehouse Cinema and other venues across Cambridge. The Cambridge Film Festival is operated by the charitable Cambridge Film Trust and backed by the BFI’s …

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Nancy Kerr on Tour

BBC Radio 2 Folk Singer of the Year 2015 Nancy Kerr launches her new album INSTAR with a UK tour in September and October 2016. Finding herself increasingly fascinated by the role of the environment as a character in music, literature, art and film, Nancy’s new compositions explore the themes …

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Stuck in the Middle

Local band Stuck In The Middle are celebrating the release of their first album together called Picture This. The Trio featuring Julian May and Jon Greaves (Guitar and Vocals) along with Angela Gardner on Vocals and Percussion all come from The Dengie 100 and have become quite a popular act in …

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