Month: March 2021

Gravitational Wave by Sean Jeffery – Single Review

Worcester based singer/songwriter Sean Jeffery is an established musician on the local music scene, and has continued to perform under “new normal” circumstances, with almost daily live streams on a number of platforms. On top of that, he’s been working […]

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Drama festival to return next year say organisers

The Hereford County Drama Festival (HCDF) will be back in 2022 say festival Organisers as plans to hold the hugely-popular event this May have been scrapped as a consequence of the ongoing impact of the Covid-19 pandemic for a second […]

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Call for artists – Charter 400 Artists’ Brief

Worcester City Council are looking to commission artists to create bespoke artworks inspired by key aspects of the 400-year history of Worcester, creating a legacy from their year of celebration. The aim is to engage residents and visitors in Worcester’s […]

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Worcestershire Chinese Association joins the parade

A not-for-profit organisation working to support the interests of the county’s Chinese community is the latest sponsor to join a city art trail this summer. Worcestershire Chinese Association is to sponsor a large and small elephant sculpture as part of […]

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23rd April by JP Riley – Single Review

 Reviewing during various lockdowns has presented me with a realisation.  The majority of the tracks I’ve listened to that have been released throughout 2020, and 2021 so far, are ones that were first written several years ago. These tracks have […]

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Spoken Word Update – it’s Competition Time

These have been strange times for Spoken Word, as for all the performing arts. It’s now over a year since I last stood on a stage and made eye-contact with an audience. Yet we’re a resilient community – poetry and […]

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I Don’t Want To by Kieran – Single Review

When I was a teenager, life was simple. I didn’t have social media seeping into every aspect of my life, exposing every element of my relationships to a watching pack of wolves. I didn’t know what my friends were up […]

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Content creator course for the future Gen-Z entrepreneur

New and enterprising content creator course for the future Gen-Z entrepreneur in joint partnership with Kidderminster College & DRPG Kidderminster College is proud to announce the new partnership with DRPG to collaborate in the establishment of a new content creator […]