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Kneehigh's Red Shoes Trailer

Surreal and sensuous, quirky and profound, bloody and bare – Cornwall’s Kneehigh bring you a menacing cabaret where anything is possible and nothing is probable. With music to make your toes twitch, images to make your mouth water and a story to make your heart pound, the menacing world of the fairy story is revealed.

 

Find out more information on Kneehigh's wonderfulfully dark, brilliantly sexy and superbly stunning Red Shoes, here.

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The Sugarhill Gang - Rapper's Delight

The year was 1979, and The Sugarhill Gang were ready to whip up a storm with  Rapper's Delight. With this track, Wonder Mike, Big Bank Hank and Master Gee hipped 'hop the hippie the hippie to the hip hip hop, a you don't stop, rock it out baby bubbah to the boogie da bang bang the boogie to the boogie da beat' and Rapper's Delight shot up in the charts. It just so happens that that this track was the first hip-hop single to become a Top 40 hit!

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Martha and The Vandellas - Nowhere To Run

One of Motown Records' earliest and most exciting vocal groups, Martha and The Vandellas achieved  two Top Ten hits before the ascendancy of The Supremes. Driven by Martha Reeves' soulful, brassy lead vocals, the Vandellas became Motown's earthier, more aggressive "girl group" alternative to the Supremes.

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Ce Ce Peniston - 'Finally'

Dancefloor may refer to a sprung floor, a performance surface, a dance pad, an illuminated dance floor or portable dance floor. But we're on about dancefloor classics baby! Don't let the February chills keep you in suspended animation. Grab a chilled alcoholic beverage, turn up the heating, put a out a line of...  Gurana tablets and dance, dance, dance.

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KC & The Sunshine Band - Get Down Tonight

With the close of the 60' and the serious message oriented music of the era, the "we" generation became the "me" generation. Music was getting to be fun again, and it was time to party. KC and the Sunshine Band were primarily interested in making people happy with their party music; they were actually at the forefront of a revolution during the mid and late 70's that pushed rock towards its current percussive and dance oriented direction.

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