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Katie Colombus

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The World Of Moominvalley, Brighton Festival review - a fascinating insight into the world of Tove Jansson

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Lemn Sissay, Brighton Festival review - a mesmerising sermon of performance poetry

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The Flying Lovers of Vitebsk, Brighton Festival review - a dynamic dedication to an artist's muse

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Hofesh Shechter Company: Grand Finale, Brighton Festival review - politics, percussion and powerful choreography

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The Boy, The Piano and The Beach, Brighton Festival review - dubious dancing but perfect puppetry

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CD: Alexandra Burke - The Truth Is

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CD: Belle & Sebastian - How To Solve Our Human Problems, Parts 1, 2 and 3

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CD: First Aid Kit - Ruins

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Cirque du Soleil - OVO, Royal Albert Hall review - fantastical creatures, heart-in-mouth thrills

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Albums of the Year 2017: Rising Appalachia - Alive

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CD: Björk - Utopia

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The Lorax, Old Vic Theatre review - a sage tale for young theatre goers

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CD: Niall Horan - Flicker

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Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, Hyde Park review - electrifying American classics

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CD: Lucy Rose - Something's Changing

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CD: Lorde - Melodrama

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