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Terminator: Dark Fate (4 stars)

  • Kevin Harley
  • 23 October 2019

Terminator: Dark Fate

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The sixth instalment in the sci-fi franchise returns Linda Hamilton to the fold with winning results

After years of muddled sequels and ‘I’ll be back’ trailer moments, the Terminator saga finally gets a reset to reckon with. With series creator James Cameron (sharing ‘story by’ and producer roles) and former lead Linda Hamilton back on board, Dark Fate restores heart, horror, focus and ferocity to the series, while grounding fresh developments in the crucial stuff of likeable characters facing a nightmare.

If previous sequels over-relied on Arnold Schwarzenegger’s comebacks, director Tim Miller (Deadpool) knows Hamilton’s Sarah能赚现金的捕鱼游戏 Connor is his trump card. A flashback to the intensity of her apocalyptic prophecies in Terminator 2 helps wallop Terminators 3 to 5 from memory. One shock twist and a jump to present-day Mexico City later, an aged Sarah forms fractious ties with ‘augmented’ human future soldier Grace (Tully‘s Mackenzie Davis) to protect Dani (Natalia Reyes from Colombian triumph Birds of Passage), a young woman who goes to work one morning to find a cyborg from 2042 (a chillingly calm Gabriel Luna) wants her dead.

As the reasons why cut between time-frames, Miller keeps the film’s backbone sturdy by maintaining the simplicity of Cameron’s two Terminator originals. Dark Fate powers up as a bracingly full-pelt chase movie, with the clash of the normal and nightmarish channelled into some thrillingly aggressive action. Hamilton and an electric Davis bring steel to the dust-ups and intra-character tensions; meanwhile, Reyes anchors our perspective winningly.

If the reasons behind Schwarzenegger’s return raise more questions than they answer, at least he’s deployed in a manner that gives him his due (and some good gags about drapes) without capsizing the female focus. Elsewhere, topical backdrops – cyber warfare, the US-Mexico border – are used to balance out the CG sizzle of tentacular terminators and terminators who can split into two. Miller strains too hard to impress with his multi-stacked climactic set-pieces, but not before he’s hammered a dented franchise back into brash, action-fit shape.

General release from Wed 23 Oct.

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How to choose environmentally-friendly accommodation on your next trip to Scotland

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  • 22 October 2019

How to choose environmentally-friendly accommodation on your next trip to Scotland

Loch Ossian Youth Hostel / credit: Kathi Kamleitner,

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Green accommodation is endless and easy to find, with options including glamping pods, eco-lodges and cosy cottages

Scotland’s stunning landscapes, natural heritage, wildlife, castles and historic buildings are what makes our country so fantastic to visit but they need protecting for future generations. Help make your next trip to Scotland more sustainable by choosing environmentally-friendly accommodation.

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Looking for a budget-friendly and social way to see Scotland? Choose an eco-friendly hostel. Loch Ossian Youth Hostel on the banks of Loch Ossian, guests can now enjoy a welcome hot shower, thanks to the development of locally sourced hydro power. There is no vehicle access to the hostel, so the best way to get there is by rail, bike or foot so best call ahead for availability.

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Twin Atlantic to support new album with 2020 UK tour, find out how to get tickets

  • Becki Crossley
  • 22 October 2019

Twin Atlantic support forthcoming record with 2020 UK tour, find out how to get tickets

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Scottish rockers set to release new album Power in January ahead of spring tour dates

Scottish rock band Twin Atlantic are set to embark on a 13-date UK tour in March 2020. Tickets for the shows are available at 9am on Fri 25 Oct.

The band will tour in support of their forthcoming record Power. The 10-track album marks the band’s fourth LP and is due for release on Fri 24 Jan. Power is the first album from the four-piece since 2016’s GLA. Single ‘Novocaine’ leads the record which is available for pre-order now.

Band members Sam McTrusty, Barry McKenna, R939现金捕鱼oss McNae and Craig Kneale performed on the main stage at this year’s Reading and Leeds Festival and with The 1975 at Bellahouston Park in Glasgow. The group are set to make their live return with a tour that kicks off on Tue 3 Mar at Motherwell Concert Hall. The final show of the tour goes ahead on Fri 20 Mar at the Electric Ballroom in London.

Twin Atlantic 2020 tour dates:
Tue 3 Mar – Motherwell Concert Hall
Wed 4 Mar – Aberdeen Music Hall
Fri 6 Mar – Fat Sams, Dundee
Sat 7 Mar – Grand Hall, Kilmarnock
Mon 9 Mar – Riverside, Newcastle
Tue 10 Mar – Academy 2, Manchester
Wed 11 Mar – The Leadmill, Sheffield
Fri 13 Mar – Cardiff The Tramshed
Sat 14 Mar – O2 Academy, Oxford
Sun 15 Mar – O2 Academy, Leicester
Tue 17 Mar – The Old Firestation, Bournemouth
Wed 18 Mar – Concorde 2, Brighton
Fri 20 Mar – Electric Ballroom, London

Tickets for Twin Atlantic’s 2020 UK tour go on sale at 9am on Fri 25 Oct.

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Hal Fischer: ‘The work reflects the world I was part of at that time, and I’m celebrating that’

  • Neil Cooper
  • 22 October 2019

Hal Fischer: 'The work reflects the world I was part of at that time, and I'm celebrating that'

Images courtesy of Glasgow Life

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American artist discusses Gay Semiotics and Other Works, his exhibition which documents the gay culture of San Francisco in the 1970s

Hal Fischer didn’t realise he was making history when he took the pictures that appear in Gay Semiotics a什么棋牌能捕鱼提现金nd Other Works, which opens at the Gallery of Modern Art in Glasgow next month. He was too busy living through it. As a gay man in his twenties, who breezed into a post-hippy but still sexually liberated San Francisco in 1975 to study photography, he embraced the scene he landed in with relish.

This comes across in the twenty-four photographs that make up Gay Semiotics, which, on one level, capture an array of cock-sure young men who look like they’ve stepped straight from the pages of Armistead Maupin’s Tales of the City stories then being serialised in the San Francisco Chronicle newspaper.

Taking things further, as the title of the series hints at, each image is accompanied by a text that explains its pictorial iconography with deadpan pseudo-seriousness. The effect is of an in-crowd pastiche of some socio-anthropological textbook that might just allow straight society to get a handle on the signs and signifiers of a wild life elsewhere.

This includes identifying the meaning of how a set of keys or an earring dangles, or which denim butt-cheek pocket a particular coloured handkerchief should hang from to indicate a sub/dom preference in a world of mustachioed clones. The result is a gleeful portrait of what, in a post-Stonewall, pre-AIDS era, was both a more innocent and more liberated time for gay men.

捕鱼注册立即送现金Ronnie Wood announces Manchester date for 2019, find out how to get tickets

Ronnie Wood announces Manchester date for 2019, find out how to get tickets

  • Becki Crossley
  • 22 October 2019

Ronnie Wood announces Birmingham date for 2020

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The Rolling Stones guitarist announces third date for solo project ‘Mad Lad: A Live Tribute to Chuck Berry’

Ronnie Wood has announced he will take his new show Mad Lad: A Live Tribute to Chuck Berry to Manchester Wed 27 Nov following shows in London and Birmingham. Tickets for the newly announced show are available at 10am on Fri 25 Oct.

The Rolling Stones guitarist has been working on a new solo project, covering rock legend Chuck Berry’s best hits. On top of achieving worldwide fame with The Rolling Stones, Ronnie Wood has been a successful solo artist since the 70s. He has released seven solo albums, including 2010’s I Feel Like Playing.

His latest project supports the new release of Mad Lad: A Live Tribute to Chuck Berry. The record is available for pre-order now and due for release on Fri 15 Nov ahead of the live shows.

Ronnie Wood tour dates 2019:
Thu 21 Nov – O2 Shepherds Bush Empire, London (SOLD OUT)
Mon 25 Nov – Birmingham Symphony Hall
Wed 27 Nov – Manchester Opera House

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Level 42 announce 24-date UK tour, find out how to get tickets

  • Becki Crossley
  • 22 October 2019

Level 42 announce 24-date UK tour, find out how to get tickets

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Mark King and the band confirm October and November 2020 live shows

Level 42 have announced they will embark on a UK wide tour in 2020. Tickets for all shows are available at 10am on Fri 25 Oct.

Level 42 formed back in 1979 and went on to have a string of successful worldwide hits in the 80s and 90s. The group’s most known hits ‘Lessons in Love’ peaked at No. 3 in the UK and was ranked in the Top 10 music charts in thirteen countries, making it to No.1 in Spain and South Africa.

From their 1981 self-titled debut, to 2006’s Retroglide the band have released eleven studio albums. In 2020, members Mark King, Mike Lindup, Nathan King, Pete Ray Biggin, Sean Freeman, Nichol Thomson and Dan Carpenter return to touring the UK.

Level 42 2020 tour dates:
Wed 7 Oct – Royal Concert Hall, Glasgow
Thu 8 Oct – Aberdeen Music Hall
Sat 10 Oct – Newcastle City Hall
Sun 11 Oct – Bridgewater Hall, Manchester
Mon 12 Oct – Bonus Arena, Hull
Tue 13 Oct – York Barbican
Thu 15 Oct – Victoria Hall, Stoke
Fri 16 Oct – Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham
Sat 17 Oct – Liverpool Philharmonic Hall
Sun 18 Oct – Sheffield City Hall
Mon 19 Oct – Blackpool Opera House
Tue 20 Oct – Birmingham Symphony Hall
Thu 22 Oct – Royal Albert Hall, London
Fri 23 Oct – Cheltenham Town Hall
Sat 24 Oct – Bath Forum
Mon 26 Oct – St David’s Hall, Cardiff
Tue 27 Oct – Hexagon, Reading
Wed 28 Oct – Cambridge Corn Exchange
Fri 30 Oct – Winter Gardens, Margate
Sat 31 Oct – De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill
Sun 1 Nov – Mayflower Theatre Southampton
Mon 2 Nov – Bournemouth Pav现金电玩城捕鱼游戏大全ilion Theatre, Bournemouth
Tue 3 Nov – Regent Theatre, Ipswich
Wed 4 Nov – Cliffs Pavilion, Southend On Sea

Tickets for Level 42’s 2020 tour go on sale at 10am on Fri 25 Oct.

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David Essex to embark on 18-date UK tour, here’s how to get tickets

  • Becki Crossley
  • 22 October 2019

David Essex to embark on 18-date UK tour, here's how to get tickets

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Grammy-nominated singer, composer and actor heads out across the UK next October

David Essex has announced he will head out on an 18-date tour of the UK throughout October 2020. Tickets for all shows go on sale at 10am on Fri 25 Oct.

The Grammy-nominated singer, composer and actor will perform music from his extensive body of work. Across 33 albums he has attained 19 Top 40 singles in the UK, including No.1 hits ‘Gonna Make You a Star’ in 1974 and ‘Hold Me Close’ in 1975. David Essex’s legendary single ‘Rock On’ was certified gold and nominated for a Grammy in 1974.

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The tour kicks off on Fri 2 Oct at Cliffs Pavilion in Southend before shows in Oxford, Nottingham, Liverpool, Glasgow and more. The tour comes to an end on Sun 25 Oct at Southampton’s Mayflower.

David Essex 2020 UK tour dates:
Fri 2 Oct – Cliffs Pavilion, Southend
Sat 3 Oct – Regent Theatre, Ipswich
Sun 4 Oct – New Theatre, Oxford
Tue 6 Oct – Venue Cymru Theatre, Llandudno
Wed 7 Oct – Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham
Fri 9 Oct – Birmingham Symphony Hall
Sat 10 Oct – Liverpool Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool
Sun 11 Oct – The Lowry, Salford
Tue 13 Oct – Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Glasgow
Wed 14 Oct – O2 City Hall, Newcastle
Fri 16 Oct – City Hall, Sheffield
Sat 17 Oct – Brighton Centre, Brighton
Mon 19 Oct – St Davids Hall, Cardiff
Tue 20 Oct – London Palladium, London
Wed 21 Oct – De Montfort Hall, Leicester
Fri 23 Oct – Bath Forum, Bath
Sat 24 Oct – Bournemouth International Centre
Sun 25 Oct – Southampton Mayflower

Tickets for David Essex’s 2020 UK tour are available at 10am on Fri 25 Oct.

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The best indoor fireworks and bonfire night accessories to buy in 2019

  • John Innes and Maud Sampson
  • 21 October 2019

Indoor Fireworks

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Including Sparklers, Stomp Rockers, Indoor Fireworks and Mystical Fire

Fireworks Light Show Launcher

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A portable projector which will put a fireworks display on the walls of your room. The device comes complete with sound effects for a touch more realism.

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Avoid standing in the cold with this assorted pack of 25 fireworks specifically designed for use inside, with eight intriguing effects promised (including ‘Puff the Magic Dragon’ and ‘Disco Inferno’).

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Stamp on the pressure pad and see how high you can launch these air rockets — up to 400 feet so best used outdoors.
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Make sure the action on the ground is just as memorable with these magical sachets that change the colour of fire. The multicoloured fires last up to 40 minutes and your kids will think you’re cooler than Harry Potter.

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现金捕鱼棋牌送金币游戏中心Kasabian announce one-off hometown show, find out how to get tickets

Kasabian announce one-off hometown show, find out how to get tickets

  • Becki Crossley
  • 21 October 2019

Kasabian announce one-off home town show, find out how to get tickets

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Serge and the band take to the stage at Leicester’s Victoria Park next June with support from Sam Fender

Kasabian have announced a massive hometown show for 2020. The band will perform at Leicester’s Victoria Park on 20 June to mark the six years since their triumphant first show at the venue. Tickets for the show are available at 9am on Fri 25 Oct.

The group have been working on new music for some time and announce the show as their first since headlining Isle of Wight festival and performing in London in 2018. Since forming in 1997, Kasabian have topped the UK album charts with five studio albums, bagged a Brit award, seven NME awards, four Q Awards and have headlined Glastonbury Festival, V Festival, T in the Park, Reading and Leeds Festival and numerous festivals worldwide.

Membe捕鱼赢现金红rs Serge Pizzorno, Tom Meighan, bassist Chris Edwards, drummer Ian Matthews and guitarist Tim Carter return to perform in Leicester next summer. Support for the show comes from Sam Fender, Easy Life and Inhaler.

Speaking of the show, Serge said: ‘We’re absolutely buzzing to be able to put on Solstice II in our home town of Leicester. Anyone who came last time would know how special it was and to get the opportunity to do it again is beyond a dream’.

Kasabian perform at Victoria Park in Leicester on Sat 20 Jun 2020. Tickets for the show are available at 9am on Fri 25 Oct.

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Tommy Tiernan: ‘People are being congratulated on their opinions rather than for being funny’

  • Brian Donaldson
  • 21 October 2019

Tommy Tiernan: 'People are being congratulated on their opinions rather than for being funny'

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The 1998 Perrier Award winner’s mojo is still firmly intact as he glides from one thought-provoking stand-up show to another

As he treks around the UK atop his Paddy Crazy Horse before launching into 2020 with a brand new puntabulous show entitled Tomfoolery, passionate and intelligent Irish stand-up Tommy Tiernan continues to amuse and amaze audiences. Here, he chats about comedy as an artform, our increasingly censorious times, and why you should never berate the audience.

You’ve always been someone who’s open to influences other than comedic when putting together your shows. What has been inspiring you lately?
Last night after the show and prob after a few glasses of whisky as well, I was listening to someone reading ‘The Wasteland’ by TS Eliot, and a 1959 recording of Allen Ginsberg reading ‘Howl’ in 免费送分捕鱼对现金a café in San Francisco. All this stuff is available now. I’m constantly being made aware of the possibilities and the promise of what can happen with the spoken word and an audience. So even when I think I need to get out of this job because it’s not doing me any favours, five or six hours later I’ll be thinking ‘well, I wonder if I could try this thing?’

Do you view stand-up comedy as high or low art?
If it’s an artform, it’s not a perfect one: it’s not classical music or opera. It’s such a rough and tumble affair that you’re bound to be fumbling half the time. And it’s so organic because in a sense you can only go where the audience will bring you. I check my own state before I go on, and if I don’t feel particularly inventive, I’ll realise that this is the night when you have to rely on the script, so just relax into that and let it take the pressure off you. And on the nights when you do feel inventive, the script is the trampoline to get you into that space.

Some comedians might blame the audience if things aren’t going well. Can that ever be a good idea?
I have done that myself but what happens there is that your antennae are so heightened. That kind of self-reflective commentary can sometimes work in stand-up, and you can use it as a ploy. Bob Dylan once said that you should never talk to the audience because maybe they don’t want to be there. When the comic starts commenting on how the gig is going, you’re qualifying the experience for the audience and they don’t need that.

You’ve said a few things down the years that have got you into trouble, mainly with religious groups. But do you think these times are increasingly more censorious for stand-up comedians?
Lenny Bruce was getting in trouble in mid-60s America, though that time might not be the proper image of freedom. My sense of it is that these times are conservative, but there are good intentions within the conservatism. I’d almost suggest that we live in times that are anti-diversity. Instead of diversity being celebrated and enjoyed, it’s almost like let’s not mention it and let’s pretend that we’re all the same. Of course, beneath nationality, beneath gender, beneath religion and race, we are the same. But there are enjoyable differences that we should be able to talk about. What has happened in American stand-up now is that people are being congratulated on their opinions rather than for being funny. I listen to some American stand-up and I think, ‘where’s the joke?’ But for all the people who are self-congratulatory opinion-holders, of which I was once one, there’s some great stuff out there, like Jim Gaffigan, Maria Bamford and Doug Stanhope. But it’s like anything: if you ask a harp player about the state of harping …

You’ve done shows that are totally improvised, and even in your scripted shows you seem open to dealing with the atmosphere and events happening in the room. Is it preferable to be a little bit out of control?
If you’re in total control then nothing exciting can happen, because you’ve already decided before you go on what’s going to happen. A friend of mine gave me some great advice: get ready for the gig, but as soon as you walk on stage, abandon all preparation. Just be as open as you possibly can.

Paddy Crazy Horse is on tour until Sunday 3 November; Tomfoolery runs from Tuesday 3–Saturday 21 March.

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