Steve Moles

Steve
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Yorkshire Pudding 
The Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival takes over the town center once a year
Stagehands Across the Pond 
I well remember my first trip to the United States as a lowly roadie. It was 1983 and I was touring with David Gilmour of Pink Floyd fame. We're going
AIDS Day on Stage 
For those who don't know, “46664” was the prison number given to Nelson Mandela while he was incarcerated for 27 years by the former apartheid government of South Africa.
Partying at the Palace 
In an unprecedented move, it was decided to stage two concerts for the Jubilee within the grounds of Buckingham Palace, one classical, the other rock
Roger Waters Live in Capetown, South Africa 
"He is exacting," said show designer and art director Jonathan Park. Three little words that neatly embody the character of a perfectionist. It's a characteristic
March Online Exclusive: The Live! Show 
Illuminating moments from the UK event March 2001 Live! Awards 2001 winners Audio Product Gold Award: XTA SiDD processor Silver Awards: Nexo Alpha E EAW
Impresarios of illumination: The Light Jockey Competition recognizes the kings of the night 
Dance culture has in recent years spawned a number of superstar disc jockeys. For gigs at Europe's major dance clubs, it's not unusual for one of these
An expanding Ministry: London's hottest club concept wins new converts 
For most clubs, just being considered the hippest place in town is enough, especially if that town is London. Not so for the Ministry of Sound (MoS).
The studio vanishes 
London is currently witness to a curious collision of arts. The Almeida Theatre Company has chosen the derelict Gainsborough Film Studios to present Shakespeare's
Tattoo you 
The New Zealand International Festival of the Arts in Wellington is a biennial event first staged in 1986 by Wellington City Council. Carla van Zon became
What's in fashion 
T here's a certain incongruity in staging the main London Fashion Week event at the Natural History Museum, which is the epitome of Victorian establishment,
Abba, Abba, Hey! 
As an excuse to string 21 Abba hits together and place them on a stage, Mamma Mia works. As a model concept to produce a successful musical, the idea
Boogie nights: A musical show revives the 70s in Britain 
On Mondays and Tuesdays, traditionally quiet nights, teenagers from all over Britain are lining up in droves outside the Manchester Opera House. Their
Boogie nights: A musical show revives the 70s in Britain 
On Mondays and Tuesdays, traditionally quiet nights, teenagers from all over Britain are lining up in droves outside the Manchester Opera House. Their
Three Tenors visit Africa 
When the Three Tenors played South Africa this past spring the setting could not have been more striking. Up on the hill overlooking the stage stands
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