Daily Archives: June 8, 2018

Review: Lily Allen Drops Subtle Truth Bombs On 'No Shame”

Over a decade ago, Lily Allen burst into the pop mainstream with “Smile,” a cheery song that wrapped its withering indictments of a straying lover in Jackie Mittoo keyboards and skipping-stone grooves. The combination of Allen’s voice – which, thanks in part to Mark Ronson’s retro-minded production, brought to mind a British cousin of hyper-feminine ’60s pop thrushes like France ...

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News: St. James’ Court, A Taj Hotel, unveils newly refurbished rooms

St James’ Court in Westminster, operated by Taj hotels, has officially launched its newly renovated rooms at the Almoners Townhouse, as part of a multi-million-pound refurbishment. The renovation complements the English Classics, Reinvented series, which gives literary classics a new lease of life as Taj partners with contemporary British artists to create a selection of limited edition covers for UK’s ...

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Review: Ne-Yo Can't Solve the Mid-Career R&B Riddle On 'Good Man'

American R&B veterans hoping to reach a mainstream audience face a brutal slog. Rap dominates the market, reducing any singer’s chance of landing a hit. And within R&B, the landscape is harshly segmented by age – any singers above 30 not named Beyonce are automatically shunted to Urban Adult Contemporary radio, curtailing their audience. This puts an artist like Ne-Yo, ...

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My Great Orchestral Adventure

Best of all it offers children the opportunity to enjoy a show in the awe-inspiring setting of the Royal Albert Hall.  It is a wonderful way to help children to enjoy classical music and to feel comfortable in grand, iconic venues. This two-hour show (with an interval) is suitable for children from three years upwards.  It tells the story of ...

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