Issue 6 has landed and we have another action packed issue for you to get into. With plenty of local festivals to read about, some coming up and some for us to recover from!

We are not short of things to do around these parts nowadays. We have most things musical, arty and cultural covered so no longer are we scratching our heads wondering what to do on any night of the week. We have had some cracking comedy nights in the area which are also in this issue so dig in, relax and enjoy your half year edition of Slap.

A few more venues have advertised with us this month which is brilliant, in fact most of the towns around here are now in and are enjoying the success of busy nights and enjoyable entertainment for all.

In this issue we look forward to the many festivals on offer in the coming weeks including Bridge Bash who’s headliners this year need no introduction, especially being local boys. With many other local acts performing there on three stages over three days. We look back with reviews from Wychwood Festival, Arley Festival, B3, Pyramid @ Godzillas and Map Fest. With other local Festivals springing up around the County such as Nutfest and Colwall Family Festival theres plenty to look forward to. As we prepare to go press we took an afternoon off to attend the Youthcom Radio Mini Fest on a scorching day in Cripplegate Park. Look out for a full review next month. Andy O Hare is also giving us the run down on pretty much everything else.

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