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Katie Colombus

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The Patient Gloria, Brighton Festival review - an electric exploration of the control and manipulation of women

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Unchain Me, Brighton Festival review - Dostoevsky-inspired theatre through the streets of Brighton

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Album: Aldous Harding - Warm Chris

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Album: Jenny Hval - Classic Objects

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NDT2, Sadler's Wells review - a diverse triple bill

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Albums of the Year 2021: Dry Cleaning - New Long Leg

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Album: Adele - 30

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Laura Marling, Roundhouse review - simple and compelling

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Patti Smith, Royal Albert Hall review - a wild ride from a musical legend

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Ben Howard, Royal Festival Hall review - authentic and reassuring

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Album: Sufjan Stevens & Angelo De Augustine - A Beginner's Mind

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Rag‘n’Bone Man, Jazz Café review – powerful first post-lockdown gig

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Album: Zara Larsson - Poster Girl

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Album: Cerys Matthews, Hidden Orchestra & 10 Poets - We Come From The Sun

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Albums of the Year 2020: Laura Marling - Song for Our Daughter

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Album: Carrie Underwood - My Gift

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