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Going for a song: how to nab cheap tickets as theatres reopen

The Observer 01 Aug 2021
The Musical is landing at the Adelphi in London ... The Musical begins previews at London’s Adelphi, and tickets start at £19.55 (Marty McFly travels back in time to 1955) and £19.85 (Back to the Future the movie came out in 1985) ... at London’s Theatre Royal Drury Lane on 27 August.
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New Diorama Theatre celebrates its tenth anniversary

British Theatre Guide 01 Aug 2021
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PHOTO: Priyanka Chopra slays it in blue as she opts for a stunning corset dress

Pinkvilla 01 Aug 2021
Attach Main Entertaiment Image.. priyanka_chopra_blue_corset_dress_main.jpg. Trust Priyanka Chopra Jonas to pull off any outfit and one would never be disappointed ... The actress, who recently celebrated her birthday, has been in London for several months ... While she is in London, husband Nick Jonas is in the US and busy working on new music.
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Taxi and food discounts offer to boost youth jabs

BBC News 01 Aug 2021
... Burnley FC's Turf Moor ground, Goodwood Racecourse near Chichester, and the Summer of Love Festival in west London's Holland Park. A four-day festival with live music and free food, and walk-in vaccine clinics, is taking place in Poplar, in east London, until Monday.
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Roll up, roll up: UK circus offers vaccine as take-up slows in under-25s

The Observer 01 Aug 2021
Pop-up vaccine centres are being set up at festivals, sporting events and even a circus in England this weekend, as the NHS bids to boost take-up among younger people ... Music, fast food and mud at London’s summer vaccine festival. Read more ... Dr Nikki Kanani, GP and deputy lead for NHS England’s vaccination programme, said ... Reuse this content. .
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COVID-19 Infections Reach Record High in Tokyo

Voa News 01 Aug 2021
Tokyo’s metropolitan government said new coronavirus infections surged to a record high Saturday as the city hosts the Olympic Games. The government reported 4,058 new cases, topping 4,000 for the first time ... A new record for infections also was set nationwide Saturday ... In London, a four-day “vaccine music festival” was under way Saturday ... The U.S ... .
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San Francisco Hospital Staff Test Positive For COVID

Voa News 01 Aug 2021
More than 200 employees at two major hospitals in San Francisco, in the western U.S. state of California, have tested positive for the coronavirus, according to a report Saturday in The New York Times ... Only two cases required hospitalization ... 1, 2021 ... In London, a four-day “vaccine music festival” got underway Saturday ... The U.S ... .
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Giselle Allen: ‘Mystique surrounds Elektra for singers. It’s seen as a voice-killer’

The Irish Times 31 Jul 2021
She wasn’t thinking of music as a career ... I thought of music therapy and all sorts of things ... After Cardiff, she spent two years at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London, then went to the opera school at the Royal Academy of Music after which she auditioned for the National Opera Studio.
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Wolf Alice: ‘We realised how cool it is to play a gig’

The Times/The Sunday Times 31 Jul 2021
... Alice played a neon-lit, Friday-night headline set to an audience who had, for the first time in a generation, been starved of live music.
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Belfast performer keen to bring one-man musical to his home city

Belfast Telegraph 30 Jul 2021
The moving one-and-a-half-hour production called 34 combines a poetic narrative with pop music ... Drew, who moved to London when he was 18 to study drama at Mountview Academy, wrote the songs for the musical over a number of years following pivotal moments in his life ... the musical.
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Ali Comerford: Knots review – Thoughtful folk/pop

The Irish Times 30 Jul 2021
What else was she to do except stop playing other people’s music and tackle the self-written song by harnessing her considerable skills (a master of violin performance from London’s Royal College of Music and a master of music in viola performance at New ...
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Nightmare neighbour forced to pay £273,000 after pouring water through ceiling

Metro UK 30 Jul 2021
Director Misha Manson-Smith has since moved out of his flat in Dalston, London (Pictures ... A Bafta-nominated TV director has won six-figure damages after being harassed by his music producer neighbour ... His antics included pouring water through the couple’s ceiling so it cut their power off, repeated fly-tipping and playing ‘extremely loud’ music.
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Joe Cassidy dies at 51; musician, songwriter, producer

Chicago Sun-Times 30 Jul 2021
Cassidy “was a creative and generous producer,” said legendary composer Jimmy Webb, who wrote “Up, Up and Away,” “Wichita Lineman,” “MacArthur Park,” “Galveston” and “By the Time I Get to Phoenix.” Joe Cassidy was welcome on stages and in recording studios from London to Los Angeles to Chicago.
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Music, fast food and mud at London’s summer vaccine festival

The Observer 30 Jul 2021
It certainly felt like a British music festival ... It was the summer vaccine festival in east London, where people were being encouraged to walk in, get a Covid jab and then enjoy free food and music ... They heard the music, smelled the food and decided to head in and get vaccinated while they were there.
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Police charge 18-year-old with murder over fatal stabbing of stuntman, 23, outside Brixton tube station ...

The Daily Mail 30 Jul 2021
An 18-year-old has been charged with murder over the fatal stabbing of a stuntman outside Brixton Tube station last week during the filming of a music video. Shane Jerome, 23, from Thornton Heath, south London, was pronounced ...

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