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‘Step aside, Butch.’- 90s classic Pulp Fiction will be screened at Union Films next week as part of a child.org charity event.
Editor James Barker, General Executive Sophie Jones, Design Editor Teague Hipkiss and Records Editor and Executive Meg Holland and Sam Law also picked up awards.
The festivals, including Southampton’s Common People, are also banning plastic straws immediately.
The event includes an outdoor cinema, silent disco, garden bar and a plethora of photo-booths.
NST will be launching £10 tickets available on the day of performance for all upcoming performances at both their City and Campus theatres.
Barnaby Walter’s debut novel, The Deviant will be published next year.
Head of Design Teague and Live Editor Carly-May are among those in with a chance of taking away one of the coveted SPA accolades.
You can still get tickets to see Lily Allen on Saturday or to Disco jive with the Jacksons on Sunday.
The Jazz South programme will benefit both talented young artists and experienced professionals.
Fancy rocking out at Common People? Why not enter this competition with your band for the chance to do so!
The show is at Highfield Campus until Saturday 3rd March.
The event is organised by members of Southampton University’s Music Department and is running for a fourth successive year.
Lily Allen and James will headline Saturday’s events, whilst Sunday is topped off by The Jacksons.