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THEATRE REVIEW: Act II presents Evita at South Holland Centre, Spalding.

THEATRE REVIEW: Act II presents Evita at South Holland Centre, Spalding.

THEATRE REVIEW: Act II presents Evita at South Holland Centre, Spalding.

22 September 2019

Editor Jeremy Ransome was at the Centre on Saturday to review the latest production from the Spalding youth theatre group.


The Lehman Trilogy: The rise and fall of the original 'merchants of money'

The Lehman Trilogy: The rise and fall of the original 'merchants of money'

The Lehman Trilogy: The rise and fall of the original 'merchants of money'

30 July 2019

Oscar-winning director Sam Mendes (American Beauty) turns his hand to a play about the dangers of making money.


Queen of Soul bares hers in the house of God

Queen of Soul bares hers in the house of God

Queen of Soul bares hers in the house of God

25 July 2019

The most successful gospel music album in history can now be seen in movie form.


CONCERT REVIEW: 'Contemporary, original British folk with a nod to Nashville'

CONCERT REVIEW: 'Contemporary, original British folk with a nod to Nashville'

CONCERT REVIEW: 'Contemporary, original British folk with a nod to Nashville'

07 July 2019

Spalding Folk Club welcomed folk/Americana group The Mile Roses to South Holland Centre on Wednesday night.


CONCERT REVIEW: Divers Voyces offer slice of old England at Crowland Abbey

CONCERT REVIEW: Divers Voyces offer slice of old England at Crowland Abbey

CONCERT REVIEW: Divers Voyces offer slice of old England at Crowland Abbey

07 July 2019

The ideal response to recent unrest in Crowland over recent months came from singers Divers Voyces on Saturday.


THEATRE REVIEW: Sail for a lifetime on Empire Windrush to see a play better than this

THEATRE REVIEW: Sail for a lifetime on Empire Windrush to see a play better than this

THEATRE REVIEW: Sail for a lifetime on Empire Windrush to see a play better than this

02 July 2019

Small Island, the play based on Andrea Levy’s 2005 historical novel, centres on two couples - Queenie and Bernard, Hortense and Gilbert.


Can you make a musical out of mental health?

Can you make a musical out of mental health?

Can you make a musical out of mental health?

28 June 2019

Turning the challenges of depression into a cabaret musical is a big risk in anyone's language.


CONCERT REVIEW: Canadian band's good excuse for a ceilidh night in Spalding

CONCERT REVIEW: Canadian band's good excuse for a ceilidh night in Spalding

CONCERT REVIEW: Canadian band's good excuse for a ceilidh night in Spalding

28 June 2019

Spalding's South Holland Centre staged a Celtic music free-for-all earlier this month.


REVIEW: DOWNLOAD FESTIVAL 2019

REVIEW: DOWNLOAD FESTIVAL 2019

REVIEW: DOWNLOAD FESTIVAL 2019

18 June 2019

Jeremy Ransome visits Castle Donington with his 16-year-old son...and is wonderfully surprised


Strange Dreams by Pennyless, experimenting with age-old form of musical storytelling

Strange Dreams by Pennyless, experimenting with age-old form of musical storytelling

Strange Dreams by Pennyless, experimenting with age-old form of musical storytelling

12 June 2019

Bourne-based folk troubadours Pennyless are back with their sixth studio album, Strange Dreams.


Album review: Songs written in Gosberton Risegate and recorded in Nashville

Album review: Songs written in Gosberton Risegate and recorded in Nashville

Album review: Songs written in Gosberton Risegate and recorded in Nashville

04 June 2019

Songs of life ... Prosecco-fuelled profiles instantly likeable


My meeting with legends of folk Fairport Convention

My meeting with legends of folk Fairport Convention

My meeting with legends of folk Fairport Convention

23 May 2019

When the band played in Spalding recently, music student Patrick Walsh went along to meet them


CONCERT REVIEW: All that jazz is just Old Hat in Long Sutton

CONCERT REVIEW: All that jazz is just Old Hat in Long Sutton

CONCERT REVIEW: All that jazz is just Old Hat in Long Sutton

20 May 2019

Old Hat Jazz Band brought a mix of old rag time and more modern interpretations of the music genre to Long Sutton.


THEATRE REVIEW: Fame The Musical

THEATRE REVIEW: Fame The Musical

THEATRE REVIEW: Fame The Musical

18 May 2019

Jeremy Ransome reviews SADOS perform the famous show at Spalding's South Holland Centre


VIDEO GAME REVIEW: The Division 2

VIDEO GAME REVIEW: The Division 2

VIDEO GAME REVIEW: The Division 2

08 May 2019

Gavin Miller tries out the ever-evolving multi-player


CONCERT REVIEW: Dartmoor couple make it Ruby Thursday for Spalding Folk Club

CONCERT REVIEW: Dartmoor couple make it Ruby Thursday for Spalding Folk Club

CONCERT REVIEW: Dartmoor couple make it Ruby Thursday for Spalding Folk Club

07 May 2019

Dartmoor-based folk couple Kathryn Roberts and Sean Lakeman launched Spalding Folk Club's 40th anniversary celebrations.


THEATRE REVIEW: Knot - 'It's what the people want, it's romance'

THEATRE REVIEW: Knot - 'It's what the people want, it's romance'

THEATRE REVIEW: Knot - 'It's what the people want, it's romance'

26 April 2019

The audible gasps from inside South Holland Centre said it all about Knot.


THEATRE REVIEW: Is Easter gardener on trial or Easter itself?

THEATRE REVIEW: Is Easter gardener on trial or Easter itself?

THEATRE REVIEW: Is Easter gardener on trial or Easter itself?

22 April 2019

It has been said that amateur theatre is in crisis.


CONCERT REVIEW: Bedford singer-songwriter sees dawn of The Melted Morning

CONCERT REVIEW: Bedford singer-songwriter sees dawn of The Melted Morning

CONCERT REVIEW: Bedford singer-songwriter sees dawn of The Melted Morning

15 April 2019

Bedford singer-songwriter Danni Nicholls has been bitten by the music-making bug since she was eight.


THEATRE REVIEW: Bloodthirsty ballad brings changing of the guard for Act II's Advanced Skills group

THEATRE REVIEW: Bloodthirsty ballad brings changing of the guard for Act II's Advanced Skills group

THEATRE REVIEW: Bloodthirsty ballad brings changing of the guard for Act II's Advanced Skills group

14 April 2019

Act II Theatre Company's Sweeney Todd should have proved one ambitious step too far.


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