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WEEKEND WEB: This Disaster is a huge success

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Weaves: Wide Open.

ALBUM REVIEW: Lots going on in this album and it’s not for everyone

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Laura Oakes: Nashville Stole Your Girl.

ALBUM REVIEW: A ‘Country’ girl - straight out of Liverpool

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Rews: Pyro.

ALBUM REVIEW: A big sound from female rock duo Rews

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CONCERT REVIEW: Rousing send-off for man with the baton after 19 years

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In the community with Tulip Events Management

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Rocker Ray returns to Pinchbeck

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James Girard, Penelope Harrall, Karl Gernert and Dominique Spinks in rehearsals for Act IIs Revue 2017 show. (SG101217-212TW).

Act II’s ‘Revue’ of 2017

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A Very British Christmas by Rhodri Marsden. Bookmark in Spalding's Book of the Week.

WEEKEND WEB: Book of the Week with Bookmark, Spalding

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CONCERT REVIEW: Rousing send-off for man with the baton after 19 years

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SCOTTISH SONGSTRESS: Kerri Watt whose debut album is expected next year.  Photo supplied.

ALBUM REVIEWS: Contender to be next Scottish first lady of song

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GEORDIE SOUL: Newcastle jazz singer-songwriter Zoe Gilby will be performing with her quartet at Long Sutton Market House on Saturday, December 16, at 7.30pm.  Photo by Adrian Tilbrook.

CONCERT PREVIEW: Invitation to hear Geordie jazz queen in Long Sutton

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ALBUM REVIEW: Of course Green Day’s greatest hits is brilliant but why no ‘Jaded’?

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Area 11

ALBUM REVIEW: From All the Lights in the Sky to Modern Synthesis, Area 11 continue to grow

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University Academy Holbeach cast for Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat

UAH students take to the stage with Joseph

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GHOSTLY GREATS: The cast of Act II Theatre Company's Ghostly Tales at Ayscoughfee Hall Museum, Spalding.  Photo supplied by Karl Gernert.

THEATRE REVIEW: New stars move forward as clocks go back after landmark production reveals scary new talent

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Disaster Artist

WEEKEND WEB: This Disaster is a huge success

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Emma Stone as "Billie Jean King" and  Steve Carell as "Bobby Riggs" in BATTLE OF THE SEXES. Photo by Melinda Sue Gordon. � 2016 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation All Rights Reserved

WEEKEND WEB: Film review – Game, set and match Stone and Carell

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COUNTY TREASURY: Andrew Beardmore, author of Lincolnshire Unusual and Quirky, published by Halsgrave.  Photo supplied.

BOOK REVIEW: Fascinating facts about Lincolnshire finally come to light

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WEEKEND WEB: Not enough hilarity in hastily released sequel

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