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Squeeze singer to perform at Fringe

Glenn Tillbrook, best-known as the guitarist and vocalist of Squeeze, will be performing a solo set at this year’s Llangollen Fringe Festival on Thursday, July 24. Now on his fifth studio-album, Tillbrook’s life outside Squeeze will continue with a stripped-down acoustic set at the Llangollen Fringe with songs from his new album Happy Ending.  Tillbrook said: … Continue reading

From Glasto to Llangollen

London-based musician East India Youth originally hails from sunny Bournemouth but decided to name his one-man musical project after his flat and his adopted homeland in the English capital. Having previously appeared at the Llangollen Fringe Festival with indie band Doyle & the Fourfathers, and in 2013 with Sycamore Lights, William Doyle will now be … Continue reading

Best-selling Hollywood author to perform at Llangollen Fringe

The best-selling author of books such as The Men Who Stare at Goats and The Psychopath Test is to appear at this year’s Llangollen Fringe Festival in July. Jon Ronson, the man who wrote the novel that paved the way for the 2009 Hollywood blockbuster, will be presenting his new one-man show Frank. The show has already been made into another … Continue reading

Focus on festival costs not travel costs

Wrexham-based music festival Focus Wales have teamed up with the organisers of Wakestock Gwyl y Mor to bring festival-goers the Focus by the Sea stage this summer. As well as providing festival fans a new stage of eclectic Welsh music, the Focus team have teamed up with The Big Green Coach Company to provide a … Continue reading

Calm Down the Amazon is going nowhere – yet

Many of you will have seen the recent uproar over the Paddy Power advertising campaign. The Irish firm circulated a picture of the Amazon rainforest with a difference. The forest looked as though part of it had been cut down to show support of England’s upcoming World Cup Campaign. The Viral marketing campaign caused outrage … Continue reading

Is there a better way to travel?

We all love little Easter Eggs on Google, whether you want to ask it to do a barrel roll or you have decided to head on over to Youtube to type in “Do the Harlem Shake” it’s the little things on the internet that seem to keep us mildly amused whilst we procrastinate from our … Continue reading

Review: Alice in Wonderland on a sunny Welsh night

On a Saturday night in sunny Wales (actually sunny, for once) I didn’t quite imagine that I would find myself sat in an auditorium about to watch Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass but that’s exactly what I found myself doing. I can’t pretend that I knew the stories the best, in fact … Continue reading