- London Star Map: The Celebrity Map of London
Described by London’s Evening Standard as "a real life Harry Potter Marauder’s Map", the London Star Map is fast becoming the must have guide for anyone visiting the city.
(Filed: Mon Jul 23 2007)
- New online resource for Icelandic music
A government-sponsored body which promotes Icelandic music abroad has this week launched a fully-comprehensive website dedicated to every aspect of the Icelandic music industry.
(Filed: Tue Jul 17 2007)
- AUSTRALIAN SPOOKY MEN COME TO SHEFFIELD
The Spooky Men Chorale, based in the Blue Mountains region of New South Wales, will be performing in Sheffield for the first time in July.
(Filed: Wed Jul 04 2007)
- French music industry independents rally to London Calling 2007
Top representatives from the independent French music industry will be attending London Calling 2007, one of the record industry’s leading European trade shows, to be held at Earl’s Court on 28-29 June. UBIFRANCE and the French Music Export Office will showcase about 15 small- and medium-sized companies at the French exhibition stand, in the heart of the international pavilion.
(Filed: Thu Jun 14 2007)
- FollowUs teams up to “Spot the Bull”
FollowUs (www.followus.co.uk), the UK’s leading mobile location solutions service, has teamed up with digital marketing agency Poke London (www.pokelondon.com) to provide the GPS tracking device for Orange’s “Spot the Bull” Glastonbury competition.
(Filed: Wed Jun 06 2007)
- Stardom Road is Out Now - First New Marc Almond Music in Years
Marc Almond is back. From Dusty Springfield's 'Close My Eyes And Count To Ten' to 'Dream Lover' and upwards to the high camp of 'Backstage' - each of the 13 new recordings on 'Stardom Road' creates a new standard for some of the best tracks of all time.
(Filed: Sun Jun 03 2007)
- Hen weekends are on the up and up!
Back in the old days a hen party used to consist of a few drinks down the pub and possibly a meal in a restaurant; these days the girls are making a weekend of it.
(Filed: Fri May 11 2007)
- Eurovision Fans – not so Euro-sceptical
A survey of over 1000 fans at songcontestvoting.com suggests that when it comes to casting their vote, Eurovision fans of all nationalities are more concerned about performance, lyrics and hit potential than tactical plots to help or hinder friends and foes.
(Filed: Tue May 08 2007)
- THE GERMAN COMEDY AMBASSADOR PLUS GUESTS
For one night only The Funny Side becomes The German Comedy Embassy for two hours of teutonic jolliness in a show which features an extended set by the Ambassador himself in addition to one by a specially invited guest comedian. On 17th May the Ambassador’s guest will be the world’s most travelled comic, Nick Wilty.
(Filed: Fri Apr 27 2007)