Fringe Studio

25 Jun 19
Ian The Radio Geek

TV personality and singer Fleur East, former Capital and Heart presenter Greg Burns, and heat DJ James Barr are the new hosts of the Hits Radio breakfast show. Fleur, Greg and James will start the programme from Manchester, for Manchester, on July 12th – replacing Gethin, Gemma and Dave. Paul Gerrard, Programme Director Hits Radio […]

24 Jun 19
Istvan Dugalin

A few years back, writer/performer Laura Anne Harris (The Homemaker, Pitch Blond) was stuck in a creative rut. “I didn’t feel funny or talented anymore.” In this disheartened state, she left Toronto to join her husband in Syracuse, New York, where he was finishing graduate school. It was a joy to be with him, but […]

24 Jun 19
Indie Voice Blog

What an incredible weekend of shows at HFF19!  We took in 13 of them, as well as performing our show for the fourth time.  We have now viewed 61 shows, of which 24 were being considered for the Larry Cornwall Award for Musical Excellence.  We’ll be announcing this year’s winner at the Awards Show on […]

24 Jun 19
Hoi Yin Li

Oh how I wish it was May again! We are closer to July now but I hate missing Favourites so here it is in all its glory. I’m working on my June Monthly Favourites simultaneously too so you’ll probably end up seeing a lot of favourites in a narrow timeframe. In my last update, I […]

24 Jun 19
FeltGood Holmfirth

BREAKING NEWS Don’t miss out on seeing Sue’s new collection of Felt pictures at Holmfirth Artweek from the 7th- 13th July 2019 at the Civic Hall, Holmfirth. 

Fringe exhibition 2019
 Sue will be showing her new works of art at Holmfirth Art Week Fringe Exhibition at Totties Bistro and Garden Centre on Friday 5th July […]

24 Jun 19
The Dance Insider & Paris Arts Voyager

From the Arts Voyager Archives: Paul Cézanne (Aix-en-Provence, 1839-1906, Aix-en-Provence), “The Card Players,” c. 1890-92. Oil on canvas, 65.4 x 81.9 cm. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, inv. no. 61.101.1. RP 707. by Michel Ragon Translated by Paul Ben-Itzak First published in the Jardin des Arts, November 1964. Michel Ragon turns 95 today. Also […]

24 Jun 19
Tim Walker

“Well, it’s a big HELLO from Grime TV, your host, Dermot Blimp, and my glamorous assistant, Gloria MT Nester!” A Floor Manager whips up the studio audience to feverish applause, with wolf whistles and yelps further elicited with the skill of a symphony orchestra conductor. Gloria twirls her golden gown and flutters her heavy, sparkly […]

24 Jun 19
VOICE OF THE HWY

The 2019 BET Awards brought together a number of contemporary pop, rap and hip-hop stars that dominated the charts this year for a nearly four-hour show that highlighted the contributions of performers and artists such as Cardi B, Lil Nas X, Mary J. Blige, Tyler Perry and the late rapper Nipsey Hussle. Hussle, a respected […]

24 Jun 19
Richardcyoung.com

It’s hard to overstate the impact Dave Bartholomew had not only on the New Orleans R&B scene, but on rock and roll itself. The Times-Picayune obituary memorializes Bartholomew: Dave Bartholomew, a trumpeter, composer and bandleader whose uncanny ability to spot and nurture promising performers, most notably Fats Domino, helped stamp New Orleans’ imprint on the […]

24 Jun 19
WREG.com

The 2019 BET Awards featured a number of contemporary pop and rap stars who are dominating the charts, from Cardi B to Lil Nas X. But the show belonged to artists viewed as icons in the black community, including singer Mary J. Blige, filmmaker Tyler Perry and the late rapper Nipsey Hussle.