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This week Radio Warwickshire’s Mini Reporters Grace, Henry and Melody got the chance to review this year’s Belgrade Theatre’s Pantomime Cinderella. Written and directed by Iain Lauchlan, the panto does not disappoint. Featuring spectacular sets, lavish costumes and sing-along-songs that make a trip to the Belgrade a truly unmissable Christmas treat. What’s more, with not […]

Reporter Liane Kate The last time I saw The Levellers live was in June 2013 at The Assembly Rooms. It was a great night, featuring a memorable performance from the Brighton band with front man Mark Chadwick. So The Levellers finally returned to leafy Leamington and this superb music venue with the knowledge that ahead […]

Reporter Liane Kate It is always a pleasure to see a live band really enjoying themselves on stage at Warwickshire’s key venue for sound and ambience The Assembly Rooms. Along with the release of the critically acclaimed new album Lost Property Turin Brakes are back making waves in the music industry with this performance at […]

By Liane Kate, supporting journalist Tim Jenkins RW went down to London to the V&A Museum to review the first international retrospective of one of the world’s most iconic and influential bands Pink Floyd. Presented by the V&A, Pink Floyd and Iconic Entertainment Studios. An exhibition set to rival the popularity of the South Kensington […]

Until 25th October, catch the amazing Three Minute Heroes directed and written by Bob Eaton. Our team of reporters were present on the opening night to witness the performance of the homegrown story which is now become The 2 Tone Musical ‘Three Minute Heroes’ “1979 was the year it all changed for the city of […]

Ange Hardy   CD Review by @autumnrosewell The Lament of the Black Sheep You don’t need to live in the world of English folk music for very long before being confronted by someone with an aggressively-protested view that nothing but our old, traditional songs has any right to be classed as folk.  Ange Hardy’s new […]

Sometimes I listen to a new album and it sets me off on a train of thought, not about music but about politics and passion and the great givens of humanity. It doesn’t happen too often but when it does I end up wanting to write something that reads more like a history lecture than […]

listen to ‘About to see Scooby Doo 'The Mystery of the Pyramid' at The Belgrade Theatre’ on Audioboo Feature from The Radio Warwickshire ‘Mini Reporters’ Find out about Scooby Doo LIVE at The Belgrade Theatre Coventry. The classic cartoon Scooby-Doo comes to life with spooky mystery and fun in the Pyramids. Scooby-Doo, Shaggy, Fred, Velma […]

listen to ‘Warwick Castle Proms 2014 Feature by Radio Warwickshire’ on Audioboo Listen to the feature recorded at this years Warwick Castle Proms as we celebrate Warwick Castle’s 1,100th birthday. With popular conductor Jae Alexander returning alingside The City Of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, who performed popular classics, film themes and all the flag waving favourites […]

Femme Fatales of Folk – Folkstock Records Review by @autumnrosewell One of my personal bug-bears – no it is more than a bug-bear, it is a real anxiety – is about what the music industry encourages in female artists. I have lost count of the number of (particularly very young) women who send me tracks […]


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