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#193: 'Standby for Tape Back-Up' by Ross Sutherland

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#193: 'Standby for Tape Back-Up' by Ross Sutherland

       We had the pleasure of experiencing Ross Sutherland's mind-meltingly ingenious production 'Standby For Tape Back-Up' at The Cube cinema in Bristol recently.

       Currently on a national tour, this Edinburgh Fringe hit is highly recommended viewing, sporting a wealth of praise from establishments including The Observer, The Independent, The Telegraph and many more.

       The promotional video above offers a taste of the show's multi-media packed, nostalgia-fuelled exploration of Ross's relationship with his Grandad. Unfolding through the unlikely prism of jumbled recordings on an old VHS tape, this unusually constructed concoction is a truly unique experience of lasting impact - catch it now, whilst you still have the chance.

       More information and ticket listings can be found here - RossSutherland.co.uk

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#99: 'Tongue Fu Tapes: Vol.1' (CD Review)

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#99: 'Tongue Fu Tapes: Vol.1' (CD Review)

       First established in 2007, 'Tongue Fu' has achieved an impressive reputation in recent years for its forward-thinking approach to spoken-word nights in London. Built upon the creative foundation set down by lyrical impresario Chris Redmond and musical composer Riaan Vosloo, the linguistically pugnacious Tongue Fu constantly seeks new ways to experiment with the concept of live performance.

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#44: 'BlahBlahBlah' w. Ross Sutherland @ Bristol Old Vic, 8th October 2012

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#44: 'BlahBlahBlah' w. Ross Sutherland @ Bristol Old Vic, 8th October 2012

     On a dark, dank and quite frankly dreary Monday evening in the city of Bristol, a modest crowd congregated in the lyrical lair of the Old Vic's basement theatre for the latest instalment of 'blablahblah'. After its action-packed unveiling last month, which offered up a plethora of poetical treats for those in attendance, the newly branded event is building up steam nicely and I'm happy to report that last nights impressive performances only served to add more fuel to the raging fire.

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