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LaFontaines excited by Sheffield return

Scottish rockers The LaFontaines admit it is hard to pin down their sound.

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Ian Prowse.

Celebrate the Sport of Kings with Ian

Fans can expect fireworks when Ian Prowse and his Merseyside six-piece pop-rock band Amsterdam return to Sheffield.

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Tax the Heat.

Tempaerature rising for Tax the Heat’s new tour which kicks off in Sheffield

Blues-rockers Tax the Heat head out on on tour this week to celebrate the launch of their second album – and kick it all off in Sheffield.

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Billy Bibby.

Billy Bibby sets sights on success ahead of Sheffield show

Billy Bibby and his band, the Wry Smiles, have recently undergone a line-up change – but everything is “starting to come together”.

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Keith Duffy, left, and Brian McFadden are Boyzlife.

Boyzone and Westlife stars to unite in Sheffield

Boyzlife brings together members of two of the biggest boybands in history, Boyzone and Westlife, to perform a host of their biggest chart hits in Sheffield.

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Walk Right Back and see tribute to The Everley Brothers

A tribute to The Everley brothers comes to The Baths Hall in Scunthorpe next week.

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Celebrated Mayflower historian Sue Allan

Mayflower Pilgrims book launch at Doncaster Mansion House

Celebrated Mayflower historian Sue Allan takes residents on a voyage of discovery at the launch of her new book on Friday 27th April as part of the national countdown to the 400th Anniversary of the Mayflower in 2020.

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Doncaster Rambler’s – Walking to Walkington

Having met by Skidby Mill (originally built in 1821, then extended to five stories in 1870, this windmill was powered by four sails, 11 metres in length, and in commercial use till 1966, but is now a museum) we set off west on a foot path passing Gallows Hill, (where sheep rustlers were said to have been hung during the reign of Charles II, - luckily we have supermarkets).

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RECIPE: Gazpacho - forget the bread, just add gin

It seems there are as many recipes and versions of gazpacho as there are front doors in Andalucía; one of the great debates is whether or not to include bread.

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KOYO release their new single Jettisoned this month.

Music interview – KOYO: ‘People can expect a relentless, sonic spectacle from start to finish’

Less than seven months have passed since KOYO launched their critically acclaimed debut album, and with festival dates at Download, Camden Rocks, Bliss Camp, Great Escape Festival and Live at Leeds upcoming this year, the band are heading around the UK with a series of exclusive free warm up shows.

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The Illegal Eagles

COMPETITION: Win tickets to see The Illegal Eagles

Often acclaimed as the World’s official No.1 Eagles tribute, The Illegal Eagles, are heading to Doncaster Dome on Friday April 20.

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Harry Kirby

HERITAGE: In search of grandad – a soldier from Great War

It all started when my wife Diane and I sat watching Who Do You Think you are featuring Chris Moyles.

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John Otway.

Spend an evening with John Otway in Sheffield

Fans are invited to spend An Evening with John Otway when the veteran singer-songwriter arrives in Sheffield this weekend.

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Let's Eat Grandma.

Let’s Eat Grandma in Sheffield

Experimental pop duo Let’s Eat Grandma bring their UK tour to Sheffield on Sunday ahead of the release of their second album.

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Evanescence.

Evanescence bringing Synthesis to life in Sheffield

American rockers Evanescence bring their Synthesis Live tour – featuring a live orchestra and electronic programming – to Sheffield this week.

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Philippa Hanna.

Hometown Sheffield show is Perfect for Philippa Hanna

Acclaimed singer-songwriter Philippa Hanna brings her headline tour to her hometown with a show at Sheffield’s Plug this week.

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Lizzie Schofield shows you how to make perfect hot cross buns

RECIPE: Enjoy hot cross buns with plenty of butter

There’s nothing quite like the sweetly spiced scent of fresh hot cross buns filling the home.

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Doncaster Ramblers - Brian’s Bonus Walk

With the cancellation of the planned walk at Underbank, Brian stepped up to the plate and offered to lead a local, informal walk around the southern area of Doncaster.

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