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Kid Kapichi – The Green Door Store
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Kid Kapichi – The Green Door Store

Once upon a time, SQ Magazine stated, “Kid Kapichi will still satisfy the new generation of adolescents with a heavy dose of teenage kicks”.

And really, do we ever stop needing our teenage kicks?

Carraway Drinks Cabinet
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Carraway Drinks Cabinet

Having a drinks cabinet makes you a swanky adult, right? This Art Deco, Gatsbyesque drinks cabinet is the ultimate fashion staple to make your pre-drinks and get-togethers seem like a high-class soirée. I found that this cabinet brought a sense of luxury and ease to gatherings, with everything you need to make your preferred tipple...

Toots and The Maytals | De La Warr Pavilion
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Toots and The Maytals | De La Warr Pavilion

“From Kingston, Jamaica – we call him Toots. The man who gave us the word reggae with a song called “Do The Reggay” way back, and if you hang out with someone really ugly you can say “You huggin’ up the big Monkey Man”

REVIEW: Peaky Blinders “The Noose” plus Q&A with director David Caffrey.
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REVIEW: Peaky Blinders “The Noose” plus Q&A with director David Caffrey.

Series three of Peaky Blinders left us to witness possibly the most shocking and intense betrayal of the Shelby family by none other than our favourite cunning patriarch, Tommy Shelby, who sent Arthur, John, Polly and Michael down for their crimes. Despite this, the opening episode of series four took no prisoners, reviving the world...

REVIEW: Will Varley & Geoff Lakeman
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REVIEW: Will Varley & Geoff Lakeman

Harmonious folk music and songs of the sea are not things commonly associated with The Tub, Hastings. However, the venue hosted gentle folk acts Will Varley and Geoff Lakeman for an event to raise money to save The Tub. Will Varley, the 29-year-old singer based in Kent, recently concluded a strand of gigs supporting the...

REVIEW: Lion (2016)
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REVIEW: Lion (2016)

Garth Davis’ first feature film Lion, from Luke Davies’ screenplay based on the book  “A Long Way Home” by Saroo Brierley, follows the true story of a five-year-old boy who goes scavenging for food with his brother, boards an empty train carriage in Burhanpur, India, and falls asleep. When he wakes he is unable to...

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