Monthly Archives: May 2014

Jimi Goodwin: Live at the Islington Assembly Hall

On Friday night, Jo and I joined my friends Jimmy and Kev for the Doves front man first solo show in London. I must confess, having brought tickets for the show, before actually hearing the album, Odludek, I came to … Continue reading

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The Jester Comes Up Laughing

There is a new King of the Crucible. For this year at least. In one of the most amazing turnarounds I can remember in years of watching World Snooker’s showpiece event, the Jester from Leicester turned an overnight 10-7 deficit … Continue reading

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The Jester & The Rocket: The World Snooker Championship Final

Four have become two in the quest to land this year’s Dafabet World Snooker Championship. It’s Ronnie and it’s Mark. On Friday night, the Rocket fired into something approaching top gear and was clinical in dispatching last year’s finalist Barry … Continue reading

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World Snooker Championship: The Final Four

You all know, by now, that I’m a bit of a snooker fiend. In fact, Jo and I made the pilgrimage (and it is exactly that) to the home of snooker, Sheffield’s Crucible Theatre for the middle weekend of the … Continue reading

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The Blue Lagoon

On Saturday morning, we watched the tiniest bit of Ronnie O’Sullivan’s opening match in defence of the World Championship won last year. And then it was time to check out of the Centerhotel and head to the Blue Lagoon. Jo … Continue reading

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