Category: News

REVIEW: Slydigs, Rainbreakers – The Sunflower Lounge

For those with a love for the music that time forgot. For the rock and rollers, free thinkers, working class heroes and those who want to live forever. Look no further than Warrington born, world dominating Slydigs. After touring around the world with a small, unheard of band called The Who, its only fair that …

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31 May 2017
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Don’t Miss: Carnival Magnifico

Time for a Fiesta! Carnival Magnifico is back for another year of festival frenzy. The magic of Rio de Janeiro is transported to Birmingham for one day only, with five stages of fantastic festival music and more confetti than you can shake a tambourine at. This ambitious and expansive line up includes the iconic reggae …

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10 April 2017
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Five facts you didn’t know about Shaun of the Dead

By Jack Essex If you’ve ever seen Edgar Wright and Simon Pegg’s Shaun of the Dead (hopefully you have because SPOILERS are coming) then you know the Rom-Com-Zom is jam packed full of references, shout outs, Easter eggs, recurring jokes and overall hilarious content from start to finish. We’ve scoured across the Winchester, killing a …

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29 March 2017
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DON’T MISS: MADE Festival

Birmingham’s leading arts, music and cultural festival MADE is back with a stellar line up, bringing the summer to Digbeth’s Triangle. MADE Festival fuses the fizzing, underground talent with the explosive international acts everyone knows and loves into one trailblazing event. On July 29, emerging stars such as Holy Goof and Marc Spence will be joining huge acts Chase …

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21 March 2017
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An Interview with Anna Pancaldi

I caught up with London based singer songwriter Anna Pancaldi, since I saw her last October where we filmed with Scratch TV Anna has released her new single ‘Keep On Keeping On’ and is overwhelmed by it all: “It’s hard to put into words how I feel today for so many reasons and so my words are …

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10 October 2016
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French Open Tennis: Murray sweeps Gasquet in four sets

By Renu Chopra Andy Murray moves a step closer to claiming his first French Open title after escaping an early scare to beat Richard Gasquet to book his place in the semi-finals. Murray fought back to win in four sets after an early scare as Gasquet climbed back claiming the first set 7-5 after being three …

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02 June 2016
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Gatecrasher reopens as PRYZM on Friday 17th June

Back in November, Gatecrasher Broad Street lost its licence due to several violent incidents, including one major knife incident where members of the security team were left injured. A decision was made by the award winning Deltic Group who invested £1.4 Million in order to renovate the venue. PRYZM, a successful clubbing franchise with venues …

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11 May 2016
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What Is ACTUALLY Going On With The NHS?!

So different news websites and papers are confusing the heck out of the UK public as to what is actually going on with the NHS in 2016. We see on a regular basis that Junior Doctors are striking, the masses are hatin’ on Jeremy Hunt (The Minister for Health), and reports show that the NHS …

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27 April 2016
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What Is ACTUALLY Going On With The NHS?!

So different news websites and papers are confusing the heck out of the UK public as to what is actually going on with the NHS in 2016. We see on a regular basis that Junior Doctors are striking, the masses are hatin’ on Jeremy Hunt (The Minister for Health), and reports show that the NHS …

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27 April 2016
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Varsity 2016: BCU Netball 1st 16 – Aston 1st 50

After BCU Women’s and Men’s Hockey teams both suffered losses on the opening day of Varsity 2016, the BCU Netball 1st team had a lot of pressure on their shoulders coming into this match knowing if they lost by a huge deficit, the Varsity Championship would come to Aston University. For BCU Netball’s 1st team, …

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20 April 2016
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