For around £30 a ticket, The Northern Ballet’s production of 1984 is not to be missed.
Author Annabelle Asker
Brighton’s city based festival is back for its tenth year, boasting the newly iconic Stormzy as its main headliner, along with a whole heap of new artists wildly varying in genre (19/05/16-21/05/16).
Foals proved their stadium appeal to Annabelle Asker, Head of Events. Mirroring Muse back in 2002, the five piece have a long road of success ahead of them (19/02/16).
For 4:37, Grimes fully occupies your screen with a sci-fi vision of a time travelling female Al Pacino, cyberpunk vampires, and a blood-soaked rave.
Leave the muddy fields and teenage angst of British festivals in favour of a musical adventure across Europe.
Peace triumphantly returned to the Pyramids, bringing with them acoustic sets and Christmas tunes (7/10/2015).
The Brummie four piece return to Portsmouth armed with a new album and an ever growing fan base (07/10/15).
A more expensive, well produced album that is bound to sell well and fill concert venues, but doesn’t lose that edge that Foals bring and conquer the indie music scene with.
Somersault Festival is a unique experience, quite unlike any mainstream event. Combining wellbeing and good times, this is not a festival for the raucous (24/07/15-26/07/15).
Annabelle reviews Part two of the Nuffield Youth Theatre’s adaptation of His Dark Materials.
Annabelle reviews Part One of the Nuffield Youth Theatre’s production of His Dark Materials.
Day 2 brought new talent Badbadnotgood, the utterly underwhelming Jungle, and a man of legendary status, Nas.
Welcome to Manchester, love.