Mumford & Sons @The O2, 10/12/2015

Looks like I missed two of my best gigs of 2015 off the list, well here it is now. Note to self: set reminder to upload blog pieces. Many were doubtful how Mumford & Sons would sustain their status as acoustic geniuses with the new, more indie, album Wilder Mind. I myself had to give…

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Muse @The O2, 03/04/2016

On Sunday night Muse don’t just put on a pretty rocking show at The O2, they also broke a record at North Greenwhich’s Millennium Dome. The sold-out show is the biggest The O2 has ever seen. Yes the venue had been sold out before, but usually the stage will be sat in front of an extra…

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Brian Fallon @KOKO, 08/04/2016

It’s fair to say I’ve seen my share of really good concerts, be it Frank Turner, Springsteen or The Gaslight Anthem. And they all hold a special place and a definite spot in the top 5. But sometimes a gig is not just good, or epic, or awesome, sometimes it hits you right in the…

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Jersey Boys @ Picadilly Theatre, 06/04/2016

You know all those songs you love from Dirty Dancing? Yes, Frankie Valli is your man. Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons to be exact. They are the Jersey Boys. Jersey Boys is a jukebox musical telling us the story of Frankie and The Four Seasons, their rise to fame and their falling apart. Frankie…

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At The Bar of A Tokyo Hotel @ Charing Cross Theatre, 04/04/2016

I’m definitely not the best to review a play, I enjoy them, but I don’t know much about the background skills of it, so I’ll give you the low down, but the actual critics might think differently. At The Bar Of  A Tokyo Hotel is a classic by the wonderful Tennessee Williams and Linda Marlowe stars…

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Modern Baseball return with super fun show in Camden

American indie punks Modern Baseball make a triumphant return to the UK with their show at Camden’s Electric Ballroom. It might have been a cold February night in London, but the temperature inside Electric Ballroom was rising in anticipation for Modern Baseball’s return to the UK. After the band had to cancel a string of…

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Frank Turner @The Union Chapel, 19/12/2015

Sorry for the delay in getting this up. Totally thought this had gone up already.  🙂 What a treat this was. As a die-hard Frank Turner fan, this was not only something very special, a dream come true and thoroughly enjoyable, but also in aid of a fantastic cause. Everything about this gig was absolutely…

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The Painkiller @The Garrick Theatre, 15/03/2016

If you like slapstick and you like Rob Brydon, this play is for you. For a limited time only The Painkiller runs at The Garrick Theatre as part of their Kenneth Brannagh season. The basic storyline: contract killer meets suicidal divorcee. Sounds funny? It is! The set is split into two hotel rooms and the…

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Sunny Afternoon @Harold Pinter Theatre, 01/03/2016

Oh this is definitely one of my favorite musicals so far. I love The Kinks, and the 60s in general. You can’t listen to Sunny Afternoon or Waterloo Sunset and not want to sing along or dance. The musical is all about the back story of the brothers from London. How The Kinks became such…

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City and Colour make things magical at London’s Troxy

Dallas Green, aka City and Colour, creates a rainbow of feelings at East London art-deco venue Troxy with his powerful live show. A great way to spend your Friday night is definitely at a City and Colour show. The room is buzzing with punters still in awe of support act Lucy Rose as Dallas Green and…

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