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ALBUM REVIEW: Foals - Everything not saved will be lost - part 1

ALBUM REVIEW: Foals - Everything not saved will be lost - part 1

ALBUM REVIEW: Foals - Everything not saved will be lost - part 1

27 March 2019

Célia Jesus reviews the alternative rock band's latest offering


CONCERT REVIEW: The new standard bearers of bluegrass mark out their territory here

CONCERT REVIEW: The new standard bearers of bluegrass mark out their territory here

CONCERT REVIEW: The new standard bearers of bluegrass mark out their territory here

24 March 2019

A passing of the mantle, a changing of the guard, a handover of office happened in Spalding on Friday night.

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MUSIC REVIEW: Starve by Blood Youth

MUSIC REVIEW: Starve by Blood Youth

MUSIC REVIEW: Starve by Blood Youth

19 March 2019

Metal fan Alfie Ransome compares Yorkshire lads to Slipknot...


CONCERT REVIEW: No words of introduction needed, just the music

CONCERT REVIEW: No words of introduction needed, just the music

CONCERT REVIEW: No words of introduction needed, just the music

18 March 2019

There were no words of introduction for Boston Sinfonia's concert in Frampton on Saturday night.


CONCERT REVIEW: Second coming of Stevie Nicks, with a touch of David Gray for good measure

CONCERT REVIEW: Second coming of Stevie Nicks, with a touch of David Gray for good measure

CONCERT REVIEW: Second coming of Stevie Nicks, with a touch of David Gray for good measure

11 March 2019

In May 2018, Spalding Today reviewed a three-track EP released by Mansfield singer-songwriter Georgie (24).


CONCERT PREVIEW: Mile Twelve, South Holland Centre, Spalding, Friday, March 22, 8pm

CONCERT PREVIEW: Mile Twelve, South Holland Centre, Spalding, Friday, March 22, 8pm

CONCERT PREVIEW: Mile Twelve, South Holland Centre, Spalding, Friday, March 22, 8pm

06 March 2019

The musical love affair between Spalding and bluegrass music is set to continue when Mile Twelve comes to town.


Just like Elvis was in the building

Just like Elvis was in the building

Just like Elvis was in the building

05 March 2019

Leila Wigger enjoys watching top impersonator JD King at the South Holland Centre


CONCERT REVIEW: Country dude navigates UK reserve to win audience

CONCERT REVIEW: Country dude navigates UK reserve to win audience

CONCERT REVIEW: Country dude navigates UK reserve to win audience

05 March 2019

Just as Jeff Bridges cemented his place in acting as "The Dude" in the film, The Big Lebowski, Sam Lewis is making waves in music.


MUSIC REVIEW: Stardust on the dancefloor from defenders of northern soul

MUSIC REVIEW: Stardust on the dancefloor from defenders of northern soul

MUSIC REVIEW: Stardust on the dancefloor from defenders of northern soul

04 March 2019

The number of people dancing at Spalding’s South Holland Centre last Saturday night was good news for The Soft Tone Needles.


THEATRE REVIEW: Good versus Evil fairy story to mark 40th anniversary of town's AMDRAMS

THEATRE REVIEW: Good versus Evil fairy story to mark 40th anniversary of town's AMDRAMS

THEATRE REVIEW: Good versus Evil fairy story to mark 40th anniversary of town's AMDRAMS

17 February 2019

What could be a better way to start the half-term holidays in Crowland than with a good family pantomime?


THEATRE REVIEW: Head-to-head contest over spelling - but not as we know it

THEATRE REVIEW: Head-to-head contest over spelling - but not as we know it

THEATRE REVIEW: Head-to-head contest over spelling - but not as we know it

17 February 2019

Act II Theatre Company's pair of brilliant minds, Charlotte and Karl Gernert, never play safe.


CONCERT REVIEW: Woodwind is on an upward curve after trio’s recital

CONCERT REVIEW: Woodwind is on an upward curve after trio’s recital

CONCERT REVIEW: Woodwind is on an upward curve after trio’s recital

13 February 2019

Jemma Bausor (oboe), Helen James (clarinet) and Alexandra Davidson (bassoon) stood up for the woodwind family in Spalding on Sunday.


THEATRE REVIEW: Timely tale of absolute power and corruption from Shakespeare

THEATRE REVIEW: Timely tale of absolute power and corruption from Shakespeare

THEATRE REVIEW: Timely tale of absolute power and corruption from Shakespeare

13 February 2019

Amateur theatre is the lifeblood of England's cities, towns and villages, but nothing comes close to London’s West End.


THEATRE REVIEW: Can a woman ever aspire to be Labour Party leader?

THEATRE REVIEW: Can a woman ever aspire to be Labour Party leader?

THEATRE REVIEW: Can a woman ever aspire to be Labour Party leader?

06 February 2019

David Hare's play I'm Not Running is an example of why one US newspaper called him "the premiere political dramatist writing in English".


THEATRE REVIEW: Toppling of troubled king is a testament for our times

THEATRE REVIEW: Toppling of troubled king is a testament for our times

THEATRE REVIEW: Toppling of troubled king is a testament for our times

06 February 2019

Famous phrases, such as "This sceptred isle" and "What must the king do now?" come from Shakespeare's King Richard II.


CONCERT REVIEW: Folk tales for a Sunday night audience at Crowland Abbey

CONCERT REVIEW: Folk tales for a Sunday night audience at Crowland Abbey

CONCERT REVIEW: Folk tales for a Sunday night audience at Crowland Abbey

04 February 2019

If folk music is about storytelling, Kathryn Roberts and Sean Lakeman are two of its most compelling exponents.


REVIEW: Jason Donovan and his Amazing Midlife Crisis Tour at the South Holland Centre

REVIEW: Jason Donovan and his Amazing Midlife Crisis Tour at the South Holland Centre

REVIEW: Jason Donovan and his Amazing Midlife Crisis Tour at the South Holland Centre

03 February 2019

Jason is down-to-earth and honest in a sold out show


FILM REVIEW: Vice - a biopic of an extremely secretive man

FILM REVIEW: Vice - a biopic of an extremely secretive man

FILM REVIEW: Vice - a biopic of an extremely secretive man

29 January 2019

Directed by Adam McKay, starring Christian Bale


ALBUM REVIEW: Aussie teen idol comes of age with soul and maturity

ALBUM REVIEW: Aussie teen idol comes of age with soul and maturity

ALBUM REVIEW: Aussie teen idol comes of age with soul and maturity

21 January 2019

The public career shredder of reality TV music shows could have robbed the world of Australian singer-songwriter Matt Corby.


ALBUM REVIEW: Canadian pianist finds her 'creative evolution' between the interior and landscape

ALBUM REVIEW: Canadian pianist finds her 'creative evolution' between the interior and landscape

ALBUM REVIEW: Canadian pianist finds her 'creative evolution' between the interior and landscape

21 January 2019

It took eight years for Canadian/Polish pianist Alexandra Streliski to record a follow-up to her 2010 debut album Pianoscope.


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