Volume 96, Issue 97
Wednesday April 2, 2003
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LAST UPDATED: Wednesday April 2, 2003 - 1:15 p.m.

Music Awards bring out the best

From blues to rap, to punk rock, Club Phoenix had it all Sunday night when it showcased the first ever London Music Awards.

A total of over 600 people – including performers, media, nominees and the general public – gathered in the downtown club to watch a show filled with smiles, surprises, a few technical difficulties and amazing live performances by some of London's finest bands.
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MOVIE REVIEW: The Core
Soft core film needs more hard core acting


Be careful! Next time a bird hits your windshield it could mean the core of the earth has stopped spinning, meaning you need to get a team of geniuses together to journey to the centre of the Earth in an indestructible laser drill to "jump-start" the core with five 200 megaton nuclear bombs..
 




MOVIE REVIEW: Basic
Travolta's acting pretty Basic

Some films intrigue an audience. Some leave their viewers laughing. Others leave a person in complete and utter confusion.

There is no real use in explaining or painting a colourful picture of what the film Basic is about, because there are just too many twists and turns to keep track of..
 



THEATRE REVIEW: Izzy works best intimately

For those people who have ever felt like a clown in the often hilarious world of dating, there's now a show that puts this feeling onstage.

Canadian actress Shannan Calcutt graced the stage at The Grand Theatre last week as Izzy the clown in her one-woman show Burnt Tongue.
 

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