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camp bestival 2014 logo
Post: 30 July 2014


Taking young children to a festival isn’t the best idea in the world. A few days surrounded by legal (and illegal) highs, loud music and sweaty teenagers letting off steam doesn’t quite fit in with the rules of parenthood. Although this weekend family festival Camp Bestival welcomes those of all ages with a mix of children entertainment and some quality music for the mums and dads.

catherine tyldesley doing bench ups
Post: 29 July 2014


Actress Catherine Tyldesley shamed her agent this week and showed her lack of respect for disabled people by parking in a blue badge bay.

coldplay performing at the albert hall
Post: 28 July 2014


Last month Coldplay performed two sold-old performances at London’s Royal Albert Hall. The shows included numerous hits from their ever-increasing back catalogue, one of which being the tear-jerking ‘Fix You’.

Post: 24 July 2014


A member of one of the most popular bands at the moment has opened up on their battle with diabetes.

dan auerbach from the black keys
Post: 22 July 2014


The Black Keys – they’ve yet to have chart success on these shores. Their highest entry in the UK charts came with ‘Fever’ earlier this year when their recent single peaked at number 57 matching their 2012 release ‘Gold on the Ceiling’. Album wise the Americans haven’t done too badly thanks to the British public, their latest record ‘Turn Blue’ reached No. 2 although it’s their former LP ‘El Camino’ which will provide most of the tracks tonight as they round off this year’s Latitude festival.

latitude festival 2014
Post: 16 July 2014


The wonderful thing about the Latitude Festival is that there’s so much variety to cram in over the extended weekend (the gates open on Thursday) live music is only just a fraction of the entertainment you will stumble across.

alex turner plays t in the park
Post: 15 July 2014


‘BYE BYE BALADO’ – The emotional message which was plastered over the hairdressing salon backstage in the artist garden at this years’ T in the Park.

wet wet wet
Post: 10 July 2014


Dating back to the 18century, the historic Hylands House, which was fully restored in 2005, looks out to the extensive landscape of Hylands Park.

bruno mars plays wireless
Post: 09 July 2014


Today he didn’t feel like doing anything...apart from performing in front of thousands of people on the third and final day at Wireless.

kanye west at wireless
Post: 07 July 2014


Twenty Four hours ago organisers of the Wireless festival announced their Saturday headliner Drake had cancelled their slot at the London festival. It was a dilemma which would take a miracle to solve, not even Christ himself could find a suitable replacement at such short notice (although he could have probably turned the watered down beer into...well, beer!) There was only one person who could save the event, the holy grail of rap, step forward ‘Yeezus’.

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