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Trampolene

PREVIEW: The Albion Monday 26th November Jack Jones Vocals/guitar Wayne Thomas bass/vocals Rob Steele Drums Jack Jones may be recognisable to fans of The Libertines as the Welsh poet who opened up their stadium shows with his dark, amusing poems, Ketamine…
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A Dangerous Day Out

Angelica Campion Where do you take family visiting from Cape Town, South Africa, while simultaneously providing an action-packed day for your 14-year old’s birthday? Not to the Hastings Blue Reef Aquarium (which pales against the one in Cape Town, sorry).…
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May Poll Dancing

The PM’s speech at Conservative Conference, Birmingham Reviewed by Colin Gibson Loathe as I am to admit it, sometimes only a worn-out cliché will do the trick. Yes, the first few minutes of Mrs. May’s appearance, (delayed half an hour…
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Magic Bus/Los Twangueros

By Ade Peachment Previously Magic Bus played Hastings at the tartan clad Albion, where their Canterbury-esque whimsy, Gong inspired space-rock, Grateful Dead freak-out jams and jazz-tinged cosmic vibes went down a storm. Their triumphant return saw these sons of Totnes…
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Kino Keynotes

Bavard Bar review This month’s Bavard Bar at the Kino Teatr was a winner, diving headfirst into neuroscience, politics and paranormal theories without ever letting the pace drop. Rod Webb’s talk on ADHD shed light on the difficulty the trait…
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