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The Wedding Singer

Adam Sandler stars as a hopelessly romantic cabaret wedding singer who falls in love with waitress Drew Barrymore in this good-natured romp. But he's set for heartache when he discovers that she's engaged to someone else. Playing uncut.
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The Wedding Singer

**** Adam Sandler stars as a hopelessly romantic cabaret wedding singer who falls in love with waitress Drew Barrymore in this good-natured romp. But he's set for heartache when he learns she's engaged to someone else. Review page 61.
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The Wedding Singer

Romantic comedy. Adam Sandler stars as a hopelessly romantic cabaret wedding singer who falls in love with waitress Drew Barrymore, only to discover that she's already engaged. Widescreen.
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Ruby Does the Business

4/4. David Phelps has determined to make L100 million from the Po-Na-Na lounge bars he's bought out of administration. Perhaps Ruby Wax's cabaret night will help his cause.
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New Tycoons

Rules and Regulations. Will a cabaret club get its all-important public entertainment licence?
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Glastonbury

Calling On 25
June the Glastonbury music festival kicks off. On weekday nights for the next fortnight,
Colin Murray and Edith Bowman broadcast live, with music from a range of acts, plus performances from festivals past.
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Singing with the Enemy

Ultra-hard rappers Lyrically Scar'd and camp cabaret rock band the Dirty Cakes must learn to live and work together if they hope to impress Tommy D with their new sound.
See choice, page 79.
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Singing with the Enemy

I New. 3/6. Music producer Tommy D installs South London rappers Lyrically Scar'd and Dirty Cakes, a camp cabaret band from Brighton, in a house for a week and waits for the musical fireworks to ignite. See panel.






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