Monthly Archives: March 2014

#199 – Grave of the Fireflies

An early Studio Ghibli film to watch on a Sunday afternoon while I shake of a last-minute resurgence of my cold. 184/250

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#232 – La Dolce Vita

I actually watched this a few days ago whilst ill, but forgot to post it at the time. I can’t remember much about it, which I’ll put down to being ill rather than a reflection on the quality of the … Continue reading

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#70 – The Maltese Falcon

A nice bit of Film Noir to finish off the weekend. 182/250

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The Selecter – Komedia, Bath

Tonight The Selecter were playing their 1980 debut album, Too Much Pressure, in it’s entirety, and throwing in a few other songs for good measure. The current touring lineup features Pauline Black and Gaps Hendrickson from the original incarnation of … Continue reading

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Bath Half Marathon

More photos: Bath Half Marathon 2014

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Fairport Convention, The Playhouse, Weston-Super-Mare

Our fifth consecutive year seeing Fairport Convention on their Wintour, this could become something of a habit. Support tonight came from Edwina Hayes who was pretty good. As normal she was joined on stage for her last song by Fairport … Continue reading

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