Author: hheywood

Face-to-face lessons from 17th May – as most students finish for Summer

UK students have been left confused by the government guidelines allowing face-to-face lessons from 17th May 2021. Most students have already finished university for the summer with the exception of some online exams in May. This means some students will be finishing their first year without having stepped inside their university or had any face-to-face lessons. […]

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12,000 Festival goers left heartbroken as Beat-herder is cancelled…again

Lancashire’s biggest music festival, Beat-Herder, has been cancelled for the second year in a row. The festival, due to take place from the 15th – 18th July 2021 in Clitheroe, has been postponed until the 14th – 17th July 2022, upsetting both organisers and festival-goers. In a statement issued this morning, organisers said: “It is […]

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The DMA’S are releasing their ‘Live at Brixton’ album almost one year after their ‘iconic’ show to bring excitement back to fans

Australian trio, The DMA’S, are releasing their new album ‘Live at Brixton’ almost one year after the iconic show took place.   The sold-out event was one of the bands biggest gigs to date and with over 5000 voices singing along on the album it is easy to see why.   Having formed in 2012, Johnny […]

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Five-year-olds to sing protest songs by Bob Marley, Joni Mitchell and The Beatles

Five-year-olds are singing their own protest songs as part of a virtual project from The People’s History Museum. The monthly sessions will replace nursery rhymes with songs by the likes of Bob Marley to teach children the value of working together and using their voices for good. The children will sing well-known songs such as […]

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