Tom Bosher reviews Rhod Gilbert’s ‘The Book of John’ at Plymouth Pavilions.
Ellie Cook, Senior Online Editor, reviews Josh Widdicombe’s ‘Bit Much’ at Plymouth Pavilions.
After one faulty train ticket machine, one subsequently missed train, one caught-but-delayed train, and a consequently brisk run to the venue, I sat down to experience ‘Larks in Transit’, the UK tour by British stand-up comedian, Bill Bailey. Before Bailey came to the stage, I found myself recalling what I knew of the man I […]
Online Arts and Lit Editor, Ellie Cook, gauges ‘The Glitter Room’ and whether the anecdotes and stories left a sparkle in the audience’s eye.
Online Arts and Lit Editor, Ellie Cook, judges Jon Richardson’s stand-up performance, his comedic material and his fashion sense.
M ost people would brand Tom Odell as that blonde-haired, angel-faced yodeller with pretty cool piano skills and at least one single they associate him with – most likely ‘Another Love’ or ‘Magnetised’. I personally knew several of his songs, and brought an avid fan in the form of my friend along with me, so […]
After a lovely interview with cellist Neyla Pekarek, I was very excited to head down and see The Lumineers at Plymouth Pavilions last Tuesday. This was my second time seeing the band, the first being at Reading festival a few years ago. Plymouth in November doesn’t exactly have the same feel as a sunny day […]
Jack Garratt is a British artist who is rapidly growing in popularity, especially since winning the BBC Introducing Artist of the Year Award in 2015. He is known for being a talented singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, and his debut album Phase was released in February. Last week I was lucky enough to get the chance to […]
If it’s ever been thought that Peter Andre is no longer relevant, the message has clearly not been passed on to his fans. They turned out in full force, almost packing out Plymouth Pavillions. But despite this extensive support base, the former reality-TV star, and nominal musician failed to deliver on the hype, putting on […]
On a disgustingly wet and rainy Thursday evening, it seemed the local schools had been let out early enough that the prepubescent wannabe-indie youth could come and see The Vaccines. Waiting for the band to come on, I looked around and felt old and jaded, having seen the band one too many times to be […]