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Team Katalyst closes following ex-director’s child abuse images conviction

Team Katalyst closes following ex-director’s child abuse images conviction

Thu 18 Jan 2018

THE youth centre co-founded by a man convicted of possessing child abuse images has closed while it works with the council’s safeguarding board.

All posts matching tag: Music

  • Classic music in 15th century church

    Classic music in 15th century church

    By Tom Sharpe on Wed 03 Jun 2015

    CLASSICAL favourites and modern-day hits from the world of film and television will feature in an orchestral concert in an idyllic 15th century church.

  • AUDIO: Music transformed the life of Thomas

    AUDIO: Music transformed the life of Thomas

    By Gareth Dennison on Wed 20 May 2015

    TEACHERS described the huge transformation when a pupil with learning difficulties found music — culminating in him writing the school’s VE Day song.

  • CD REVIEW: Fear to Feel EP by Alvarez Kings - Out on June 16

    CD REVIEW: Fear to Feel EP by Alvarez Kings - Out on June 16

    By Michael Upton on Wed 20 May 2015

    MANY Rotherham music fans will most likely be familiar with much of the content on Alvarez Kings’ latest EP but it’ll be a pleasant surprise to those not yet in the know.

  • CD REVIEW:  Thrash Rock Legacy by Mounties

    CD REVIEW: Thrash Rock Legacy by Mounties

    By Antony Clay on Wed 20 May 2015

    OKAY, first things first. This is NOT a thrash metal album, despite its title, so don’t expect guitar solos and growling singers shouting about violence and Satan etc.

  • CD REVIEW: Strange Trails by Lord Huron

    CD REVIEW: Strange Trails by Lord Huron

    By Michael Upton on Wed 20 May 2015

    IT’S maybe a strange admission from a music reviewer, but I knew nothing of Lord Huron or their musical before slipping Strange Trails into my CD player.

  • CD REVIEW: The Best of the Grateful Dead by The Grateful Dead

    CD REVIEW: The Best of the Grateful Dead by The Grateful Dead

    By Antony Clay on Tue 19 May 2015

    EVERYONE has heard of the Grateful Dead. They are held in reverence by people who might remember the Sixties vaguely. The band is cited as an influence on many who followed. But I had not heard a single piece of music by them until getting the opportunity

  • DESOLATION SOUNDS by Gallows

    DESOLATION SOUNDS by Gallows

    By Antony Clay on Tue 19 May 2015

    IT’S a relatively short album, but it’s a concentrated joy of violent energy, musical innovation and damn fine tunes.

  • In song in Wentworth

    In song in Wentworth

    By Antony Clay on Tue 19 May 2015

    A POPULAR singing group is set to create some popular music at a concert next month (June).

  • Talent at the New York stadium

    Talent at the New York stadium

    By Andrew Mosley on Mon 18 May 2015

    THE MILLERS’ home will welcome busloads of talent during June and July — but not just of the footballing kind.

  • Music on the menu at revamped West Melton club

    Music on the menu at revamped West Melton club

    By Michael Upton on Wed 13 May 2015

    DEARNE Valley four-piece The Starkins are the latest act to take to the stage at a West Melton club where the new landlord is keen to put music on the menu.

  • Rockers to back Greasbrough war memorial campaign

    Rockers to back Greasbrough war memorial campaign

    By Tom Sharpe on Wed 22 Apr 2015

    CAMPAIGNERS set to re-instate a war memorial on a stone plinth at the heart of a village are preparing to rock as part of their fund-raising efforts.

  • Famous classical works performed by choir

    Famous classical works performed by choir

    By Michael Upton on Fri 10 Apr 2015

    WORKS by Vivaldi, Faure and Tippett will feature in the programme for a choir’s spring concert this weekend.

  • Choir sings its heart out

    Choir sings its heart out

    By Admin on Thu 02 Apr 2015

    A WORLD-travelled choir whose singers have performed for royalty and American presidentswill be singing their hearts out in Rotherham this weekend.

  • CD REVIEW: SHADOWS IN THE NIGHT by Bob Dylan

    CD REVIEW: SHADOWS IN THE NIGHT by Bob Dylan

    By Antony Clay on Wed 25 Mar 2015

    OVER the years, music legend Bob Dylan has been full of surprises. But to take on songs made famous by Frank Sinatra?

  • CD REVIEW: HOLDING ALL THE ROSES by Blackberry Smoke

    CD REVIEW: HOLDING ALL THE ROSES by Blackberry Smoke

    By Antony Clay on Wed 25 Mar 2015

    THIS band is apparently the new Lynyrd Skynyrd, or so they say. True, they walk the same US Southern rock/country rock road as Lynyrd, but this band is no mere tribute band. The comparison is an unwanted distraction because it detracts from judging a quali