April 3rd, 2013
Yes ladies and gentleman. Montagues and Capulets. Jets and Sharks. T-Birds and Pink Ladies. The Soundtrack of The Week award shall be skadoodling off our website and over to our Facebook and Twitter. Come join us, follow us, and hang off our every word over on one of them. Of course, we shall still be announcing special events here and also throwing out the general occasional musing too. And remember, you can get up to 50% off the door price by signing up to our mailing list. Also, why not buy your tickets in advance to guarantee your entry. See you on the chatterbox's site for this weeks - and every weeks - SOUNDTRACK OF THE WEEK!

Soundtrack of The Week - 25/03/13

March 26th, 2013
Ok! So the film was pretty appalling. Then again - what did you expect from a movie featuring Channing Tatum and Matthew McConaughey?! However, there is no doubting the pure excellence of Big and Rich's 'Save A Horse, Ride A Cowboy' Sometimes a song can be misled into hanging out with the wrong movie crowds. (Damn you Magic Mike!)

Soundtrack of The Week - 18/03/13

March 18th, 2013
It's Monday. It's officially the beginning of the week. Equally depressingly, it is also the end of the weekend. Therefore - we thought we'd pick a soundtrack that sufficiently encapsulates our mood. Here is 'The End' by The Doors. Taken from Apocolypse Now. Now excuse us while we go and bang our heads against a wall. Roll on Saturday.

Soundtrack of The Week - 11/03/12

March 12th, 2013
We rarely pick scores as our Soundtrack of The Week winner. Which is strange. Because let's face it - the bad ones are funny and the good ones are bloody AWESOME! So we are righting this wrong. Without further ado - may I present to you John Williams' 'Theme From Jurassic Park' God it's good. It's righteous. It's awesome! IT'S LIVE!

Soundtrack of The Week - 04/03/13

March 4th, 2013
We do love the Coen's. We do. We do. We do! Not content with making some of the finest and unique movies of recent time, they have also honed the Tarantino technique of compiling AWESOME soundtracks. This is just one example of said brilliance. Man Of Constant Sorrow by The Soggy Bottom Boys. Taken from O' Brother Where Art Thou?