Unbelievably, I’ve gotten through the five-week short story Masterclass already. It’s been very difficult trying to juggle the homework with everything else that’s been going on but I’ve tried to … Continue reading Masterclass dismissed!
Went to see Jimmy Cliff. Done a review for Latest 7 Magazine: Jimmy Cliff Posted in Latest 7, Music Reviews, Reviews, Under Review, Under Review “I bring peace and … Continue reading Jimmy Cliff review for Latest 7
Cross-dressing occult comedian Andrew O’Neill presented a whirlwind tour through the greatest ever music: Metal. Although obviously he doesn’t wear high heels to see Slayer, he said. No good for … Continue reading REVIEW: Andrew O’Neill: Heavy Metal – A History
The Concorde 2 was rammed with fans who had come to worship the guitar god. But as well as demonstrating his stupendously, blisteringly, blitheringly-amazing guitar skillage, Steve Vai certainly knew … Continue reading Steve Vai review
They punched! They kicked! They jumped about! The warriors, all dressed in orange robes, put on a spectacular tour-de-force of martial art mastery, from drunken-style to weaponry to hand-to-hand combat, … Continue reading REVIEW: Shaolin Warriors
Julian Clary – Position Vacant, Apply Within Julian Clary’s flamboyant entrance was taken with relish by the crowd at the Dome. In a red sequinned jacket, he performed the “homo … Continue reading REVIEW: Julian Clary – Position Vacant, Apply Within
There were a variety of technical mishaps which plagued the first half of the show. The sound was loud, something fell from he ceiling, and the lights were lacking in … Continue reading John Hegley – gig review
Dweezil Zappa’s five piece band managed a faithful recreation of his father’s varied and complex music with members swapping from keyboards to brass instruments to vocals to create a far … Continue reading Zappa plays Zappa
I was a bit apprehensive about seeing Public Enemy. In fact, I’m a bit apprehensive about saying I was apprehensive in case my worry seems a little bit… I’m not … Continue reading We all salute Flavour Flav
A little review for Latest 7: Tom Stade – Totally Rocks Stade by name, but not staid by nature – Tom strode around the stage, mentioning his wife’s unmentionables, whilst … Continue reading Tom Stade review
So, it’s with a mixture of sadness and relief that I note the end of the Brighton Comedy Festival. Relief because having to go out and see yet another bloody … Continue reading The end of comedy (at IOU and at the Brighton Comedy Festival for this year, anyway)
Here is not very controversial review of Gomez. http://www.thelatest.co.uk/brighton/2012/04/23/gomez/ Gomez It’s been fifteen years since they distinguished themselves from other nineties indie bands with their gruff blues-drenched tones, but hitting … Continue reading Go, Mez, Go!