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    Havering Redbridge Southend Stratford Newham Thurrock Waltham Forest Yellow Advertiser Twitter Facebook I WALK THE LINE 1 The Mar Dyke Wednesday 7 October 2015 By Stephen Neale WALK 1 South Ockendon Station North Mar Dyke Start Finish Point Latitude 51 522039 Longitude 0 29052883 DISTANCE 9 5 miles TIME 3 4 hrs TERRAIN Mostly flat easy HISTORY The Mount a 2AD barrow tomb north of South Ockendon Hall private access only 51 526401 0 30945182 Stifford Pumping Station 51 497245 0 29317081 FREE PHONE APP http my viewranger com route details NzUxOTI You couldn t make it up I set off on a walk to explore the welfare of an incarcerated waterway the Mar Dyke in south west Essex and discover of all things feral parrots that have escaped captivity Hundreds of them The Mar Dyke valley is home to parakeets that have migrated from London and Kent having escaped zoos presumably They live in woodpecker holes in trees along the banks of the river They spend the day flying about the valley in gangs noisily screeching and generally annoying the wood pigeons who until recently enjoyed a quiet life Unlike the parrots the Mar Dyke remains a trapped beauty She was once wild tidal and meandering surrounded by fens Boats were able to navigate all the way from the Thames at Purfleet to Orsett Hall until the 18th century Sluice gates shut out the tide in the 1760s to protect the low lying grazing pastures from the saline waters The river was also straightened by engineers to stop flooding The Bulphan and Orsett fens were eventually drained in the 1960s as ploughs and crops replaced livestock The loss of tidal flow impacted on the river s ability to flush itself pollution was an inevitable consequence The Environment Agency and

    Original URL path: http://www.yellowad.co.uk/article.cfm?id=508&classIS=blog&headline=I%20WALK%20THE%20LINE%201:%20The%20Mar%20Dyke (2016-02-16)
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    Rochford Chelmsford Mid Essex Havering Redbridge Southend Stratford Newham Thurrock Waltham Forest Yellow Advertiser Twitter Facebook Too Many Friends at Placebo performance in Southend Monday 23 March 2015 By Matthew Stanton HIT Brian Molko performs to over 1 000 people PLACEBO capped off its 20th anniversary in style with a sell out gig at Southend s Cliffs Pavilion The English alternative rock band was formed in 1994 and despite the band s biggest hit being Nancy Boy back in 1997 they still manage to fill large venues The band led by lead singer Brian Molko performed 22 songs from all seven albums over two and a half hours to a crowd well over 1 000 people on Sunday Popular songs on the set list included Every Me Every You The Bitter End and the band s cover of Kate Bush hit Running Up That Hill Eight songs on Placebo s newest 10 song album Loud Like Love which was released in 2013 also featured in the one off gig Many revellers travelled form across the country to see the band who once released a track with David Bowie with many enjoying a day out to the seaside before hand Staff

    Original URL path: http://www.yellowad.co.uk/article.cfm?id=446&classIS=blog&headline=%27Too%20Many%20Friends%27%20at%20Placebo%20performance%20in%20Southend (2016-02-16)
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    The festival unfortunately is now targeting a certain audience pop loving teenagers who have escaped the clutches of their parents and have gone wild V Fest s rock days of The Foo Fighters Muse and Queens of the Stone age are over Now the organisers are attracting the likes of Calvin Harris who stands behind a machine pressing buttons Beyonce who runs 40 minutes late and demands numerous costume changes and Rihanna who encourages crowd nudity allowing Reading to become the home of rockers Yesterday was not all doom and gloom Travelling to Chelmsford and arriving on site has never been easier and the organisation of the event was first class The crowd up until Beyonce showed up and the wolves had come out to play were friendly approachable and less horrific than previous years The Fratellis performed the best opening on the main stage ever seen and my music tastebuds were flowing Mark Owen Katy B and the lovely Jessie Ware were outstanding As much as I detest Jessie J on The Voice and her endless attention seeking I thoroughly enjoyed her performance Sadly the main act Beyonce was the biggest let down Running late the crowd waited in the rain in pitch black and someone had pressed a switch that changed the whole atmosphere of the festival The previously friendly security guards turned into a pack of hunting dogs the crowd walked around the site like something out of Michael Jackson s Thriller video and the once empty first aid centre had turned into a war camp with 15 year olds shaking drunk and some badly injured The press pass situation was also very puzzling Journalists were given site staff bands and were able to mingle with artist s crews and even singers themselves apart from Beyonce there

    Original URL path: http://www.yellowad.co.uk/article.cfm?id=447&classIS=blog&headline=They%20seek%20him%20here,%20they%20seek%20him%20there,%20he%27s%20hanging%20around%20Jessie%20Ware (2016-02-16)
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  • Yellow Advertiser
    about the whole festival experience From vigorously checking the unpredictable British weather and planning an outfit to cope with any eventuality to crawling through miles of tailbacks and planning my very own unmissable timetable of bands across the huge site every tiny experience offers its very own delicious slice of cake that pieced back together again make the most mouth watering dessert of them all So why do I love this event so much Simple It is the ultimate venue to see so many fantastic bands DJ s and solo artists all in one place and whatever the line up it always promises to be fantastic from start to finish But the ultimate way to enjoy this amazing festival which has takes over Chelmsford s Hylands Park every August is through Virgin Media s Louder Lounge and guess who s got a golden ticket This year s secret garden most definitely has the wow factor thanks to its psychedelic splash of colour It has everything you could possibly need from the Louder Lounge Barber Shop and The Illustrated Nail to the Virgin Media Clubhouse and The Alchemists Arms While the comfort and treats are one thing the chance to stumble across a range of celebs is another and I will definitely be keeping my eyes peeled for the likes of Rita Ora Danny O Donoghue Ellie Goulding Paloma Faith and Jaime Winstone to name just a few some of who will be enjoying the ultimate in glamping with luxury yurts with Egyptian linen covered double beds fresh flowers and psychedelic splashes of colour Behind all this fun though Virgin Media does has its more serious side as this year they are working closely with two charity organisations Shelterbox who offer amazing disaster relief work by helping families across the globe

    Original URL path: http://www.yellowad.co.uk/article.cfm?id=252&classIS=blog&headline=It%20might%20get%20louder (2016-02-16)
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    you for bringing us yet another fantastic festival With aching feet and a major lack of sleep I will bid farewell to Virgin Media s V Festival for yet another year With plenty of highlights and very few low points well just a bit of rain really it has been yet another phenomenal showcase of not just some of the biggest music stars out there but many up and coming artists too The Futures Stage saw many solo artists and groups make a mark on their audiences so who knows we may be seeing them on The Virgin Media Stage in years to come It was great to see festival regulars returning to Chelmsford including Jessie J Scouting For Girls and Olly Murs to share a few laughs in the Glee Tent with the likes of Eddie Izzard and to see an unforgettable performance by Beyoncé Mix this with plenty of wellies despite there being no mud in sight random costumes luminous face paints shorts that are quite frankly too short and more than a fair share of merry campers and we had the ultimate in festival experiences Last but not least the Virgin Media Louder Lounge I will miss

    Original URL path: http://www.yellowad.co.uk/article.cfm?id=251&classIS=blog&headline=Farewell%20to%20another%20festival (2016-02-16)
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    tour which is joined by a full supporting cast and live band contains more than 25 of your favourite musicals from composers such as Andrew Lloyd Webber Boublil and Schonberg Actor and singer Michael Courtney has starred in many musical theatre shows over the past 25 years and over the past 12 years he has been producing hit show after hit show including Mad About The Musicals as well as UK tours of Waterloo Shakin All Over and A Night of Musicals He is joined by Gareth Gates who rose to fame in the television show Pop Idol in 2001 and went on to sell more than five million records worldwide Gareth who has had a hugely successful career in musical theatre having appeared in the likes of Les Misérables Legally Blonde and Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat is looking forward to performing songs from some of his past productions as well others he has never sung before Gareth said I played the role of Joseph in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat at the age of eight in my first school production It was here my love of theatre began I then went on to play the role in the West End for Andrew Lloyd Webber some 17 years later I ve never sung anything from Jesus Christ Superstar and I am singing the amazing Heaven on their Minds in the show I m so looking forward to it Having enjoyed many years treading the boards in many a musical Gareth admits to tending not to get nervous these days However he does add I have just had vocal surgery so I maybe a little more anxious than usual I ve had to learn how to sing again and retraining any muscle from scratch is hard work but

    Original URL path: http://www.yellowad.co.uk/article.cfm?id=507&classIS=blog&headline=See%20Gareth%20Gates%20in%20Mad%20About%20The%20Musicals%27%2010th%20anniversary%20tour (2016-02-16)
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    1 October 2015 By Liz Wade Terry Nash as Meat Loaf It will be an unforgettable night that superbly recreates the fun musicianship and showmanship of Queen s famed live performances THERE will be a a chance to see Champions of Rock the supreme Queen and Meat Loaf concert show that is rocking the nation at Southend s Cliffs Pavilion next week The critically acclaimed stage show which will be at the theatre on Friday October 9 will be celebrating the two legendary artists with live performances Forty years ago Freddie Mercury and his band Queen had been gigging at relatively obscure venues like the Paddocks in Canvey Island a far cry from the release of a number one single Bohemian Rhapsody that was about to turn them into a super group In 1975 the ground breaking record hurtled to the top of the charts enjoying 14 weeks at the top of the UK singles chart and going triple platinum in the UK and quadruple platinum in the USA Champions of Rock celebrates the songs 40th anniversary with an extra special concert show that recreates the time when Queen reigned supreme As well as including chart topping singles such as We are the Champions We Will Rock You A Kind of Magic Crazy Little Thing Called Love I Want to Break Free Somebody to Love Another One Bites the Dust and of course Bohemian Rhapsody the show also features the UK s number one Meat Loaf revue Special guests Terry Nash adds to the spectacle with breath taking performances of Bat Out of Hell Dead Ringer for Love I d Do Anything for Love and It s All Coming Back to Me Now Show promoter Michael Taylor of Hadleigh based Easy Theatres says that the Bohemian Rhapsody will climax an

    Original URL path: http://www.yellowad.co.uk/article.cfm?id=506&classIS=blog&headline=See%20the%20concert%20show%20that%20is%20rocking%20the%20nation (2016-02-16)
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    get your tissues ready The production takes audiences on an emotional ride through the circle of life all through the hilarious heartfelt everyday conversations between a group of close friends who are as fragile as magnolias yet tough as steel Beautician Truvy s regulars include the town stalwart M Lynn and her fragile daughter Shelby as well as new in town shy girl Annelle curmudgeonly Ouiser and former first lady Clairee All are thrown together in pursuit of looking their best and their bonds of friendship are as strong as steel seeing them through births deaths and marriages Their inspiring stories will make everyone giggle cry and appreciate the importance of true friends Playwright Robert Harling drew from his own Louisiana roots and family experiences when creating Steel Magnolias which has gone on to become a huge stage and screen triumph He has also written several successful screenplays including The First Wives Club Laws of Attraction Soapdish and Evening Star the sequel to the famous film Terms of Endearment Joining the Queen s Steel Magnolias cast are two actresses who are both linked to the theatre s home town Hornchurch Gemma Salter now a successful West End actress who has appeared in hits like Made in Dagenham and One Man Two Guvnors launched her career in Billet Lane as part of the Queen s youth theatre group Gemma plays Shelby while Tina Gray takes to the stage as Clairee Tina is also delighted to return to Hornchurch after her last appearance at the Queen s 44 years ago Back in 1971 she starred in Who Killed Santa Claus at the theatre s original Station Lane building The cast also includes Queen s company regulars Sarah Mahony as Truvy and Lucy Wells as Annelle both of who audiences will recognise from

    Original URL path: http://www.yellowad.co.uk/article.cfm?id=505&classIS=blog&headline=Enjoy%20a%20bittersweet%20comedy%20at%20Queen%27s%20Theatre (2016-02-16)
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