May 16, 2019 Cathedral
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  Stunning new Cathedral Exhibitions: By Winchester Today News Editor Kevin Gover Eight years on and at last we can talk about the stunning new exhibitions at the Cathedral! Members of the press have been given a sneak preview of the new 11-million pound state-of-the-art exhibition complex at Winchester Cathedral that’s been ten years in […]

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May 16, 2019 Gatsby
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  ‘The Great Gatsby’ (Northern Ballet) The Mayflower, Southampton Elegant, Graceful, Effortless … Three words that I must use to describe Northern Ballet’s ‘The Great Gatsby’ which runs at The Mayflower until this Saturday 18th. They are not used lightly: to a ballet aficionado (and I am certainly not in that elite group) the technical […]

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May 16, 2019 Recognise
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  Do you recognise this man? Hampshire Police have asked us all to please take a look at this image. Does it remind you of someone you once knew? They have released the image as part of their enquiries to identify a man whose remains were found in a disused barn in Micheldever in December […]

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May 15, 2019 F904B144-EEE7-4CB5-B744-6B518C324F9A
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  Another week, another penny rise – with the only way apparently being up. Our photo shows just the latest 1p increase in the cost of a litre of fuel which appears to be a weekly occurrence. It comes just days after proof that the four big supermarkets increased the cost of their fuel by […]

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May 04, 2019 Lib Dems
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  Winchester’s Liberal Democrats say it was “hard work” that got the Lib Dems over the line in the 2019 Local Elections. With Friday’s counting complete in the English Local Elections, it became clear that the Conservatives had suffered their worst showing in 24 years. The Conservatives lost 1,335 seats across the country. Five of […]

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May 02, 2019 Annie
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  Review – Annie at The Mayflower, Southampton Visitors to The Mayflower are taking a journey to New York city this week as ‘Annie’ swings into town. Direct from a run in London’s West End, the Tony award-winning musical of hard-knocks and chosen family is a family-favourite not to be missed. Three groups of young […]

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May 02, 2019 zoo
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  Theatre Royal Winchester has had to postpone its performances of Dear Zoo after the show’s tour company announced their truck – containing the play’s staging, props and costumes – was stolen. The stage adaptation of the internationally best-selling children’s book, by Rod Campbell, was due at the theatre on Friday 3 – Saturday 4 May. However, […]

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May 01, 2019 Remains
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  Review The Remains of the Day, Salisbury Playhouse Helena Gomm applauds a moving exploration of what might have been. The Remains of the Day, adapted for the stage by Barney Norris from Kazuo Ishiguro’s prize–winning novel is that rare thing, a story where what is not said is as important as what is, if not […]

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