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16:36, 1 OCT 2013
INTERVIEW The Hours
As famous for his drug intake and celebrity friends as his music, Ant Genn stumbled from band to band throughout the 90s britpop scene.
Best Fests - Our pick of London's summer festivals
Summer must be on its way...festival tickets are now on sale - hurrah!
ATHLETICS Double delight for Isleworth & Syon at cross country championships
Isleworth and Syon School was well-represented at the Middlesex Cross Country Championships on Saturday.
Vampires and voodoos .... prepare to be scared!
Chainsaw-wielding vampires, voodoo acrobats, sword swallowers and busty burlesque beauties are just a few of the weird and wonderful acts in The Circus of Horrors: Apocalypse in the Asylum.
Fuel poverty hits Pimlico pensioners
Pimlico pensioners, who say they have been plunged into fuel poverty by Westminster Council's housing company, are campaigning for smaller bills.
Playing for the love of it
Highland singer Frazer Kennedy has formed a band with musicians from the Harrow, Brent and Pinner area to create a unique and contemporary sound that has its roots in Scotland but with branches reaching everywhere.
Going to Glastonbury or being glued to your iPod listening to Aerosmith’s Living on the Edge is a thing of the past for rock fans now that Rock On has arrived.
Bollywood: Rock on!
Going to Glastonbury or being glued to your iPod listening to Aerosmith's Living on the Edge is a thing of the past for rock fans now that Rock On has arrived with loads of class and a touch of Magic.
Special watch in memory of a 'gritty' friend
A young woman who died of cancer last year has inspired actors, musicians, business and students to stage a fundraising production for the charity that helped her family.
ATHLETICS 'Don't throw title away'
Irene Speller has pleaded with her Windsor, Slough, Eton & Hounslow champions-elect female athletes to turn up and finish the job next month.
En 'root' for success
A Hillingdon band triumphed in a national radio competition and will now support some big names on the UK music scene this summer.