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How Does it Feel to Be Loved

For anyone interested in a bit of post show partying and dancing, How Does it Feel to Be Loved have one of their wonderful nights at the Phoenix, featuring a DJ get by Gary Day (37 Cavendish Square, London, W1G … Continue reading

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New act added and line-up

We’re really excited to announce the addition of The Pocketbooks to the line-up! Here is the playing order. The first band are on at 3pm and the live music will finish around 11:30pm. We’ll be posting a handy guide up … Continue reading

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Library campaigners mount legal challenges to closures

From: Benedicte Page – Guardian, Tuesday 1 March 2011 Pressure is building on culture secretary Jeremy Hunt over library closures, with the mounting of two new legal challenges. Campaign for the Book, the pro-library campaign body run by author Alan … Continue reading

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SOLD OUT & DETAILS

Tickets have officially sold out for Read and Shout 2011. We had an incredible response and tickets sold out in under a minute. Our only regret is that not everyone that wanted to come will be able to get tickets. … Continue reading

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TICKET ANNOUNCEMENT

Tickets will go onsale monday 14th February (Valentines Day!) at 3pm. We will post a link to buy tickets online here at 3pm. Tickets will be first come first served, with a maximum of 4 tickets per person. A small … Continue reading

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Jens Lekman for Read & Shout

We are incredibly excited to announce that the sublimely wonderful Jens Lekman will be playing Read & Shout. As many of you know, Jens does not play many shows and when he does they are very special indeed. Suffice to … Continue reading

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Welcome to Read and Shout!

Welcome to Read and Shout 2011! Read and Shout is a special event, a live music event, a mini-festival, an evening of sublime indiepop held in the lovely Nettlefold Hall above West Norwood Library, but most of all Read and … Continue reading

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