thu 18/04/2019

Katie Colombus

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Articles By Katie Colombus

CD: Avril Lavigne - Head Above Water

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CD: James Blake - Assume Form

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Albums of the Year 2018: Erland Cooper - Solan Goose

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CD: Ed Harcourt - Beyond the End

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CD: Jess Glynne - Always In Between

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CD: Christine and the Queens - Chris

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theartsdesk at bOing! International Family Festival - the best of European children's theatre

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theartsdesk at Cornbury: Pixie Lott, Amy MacDonald and Alanis Morissette

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Paloma Faith, Bedgebury Pinetum review - positive pop in a woodland setting

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CD: Christina Aguilera - Liberation

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The World Of Moominvalley, Brighton Festival review - a fascinating insight into the world of Tove Jansson

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Lemn Sissay, Brighton Festival review - a mesmerising sermon of performance poetry

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The Flying Lovers of Vitebsk, Brighton Festival review - a dynamic dedication to an artist's muse

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Hofesh Shechter Company: Grand Finale, Brighton Festival review - politics, percussion and powerful choreography

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The Boy, The Piano and The Beach, Brighton Festival review - dubious dancing but perfect puppetry

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CD: Alexandra Burke - The Truth Is

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