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Coldplay - 19 June

I don’t care what people say, I like Coldplay. Perhaps I’m not seeing what those who groan about them do – admittedly my fondness for them dwindled after the third album, when they lost their cool, but surely we’ve all forgiven that by now.

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Disney on Ice Worlds of Enchantment - 23 December

The show which is currently at the O2 Arena London, is a bona fide celebration of 100 years of Disney magic. We were treated to a collection of iconic moments from Disney’s catalogue

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Noel Fielding - 13th December

The former Mighty Boosh and #NMtB star crams a lot into his live show, the first half features stand-up whilst the 2nd half evolves into a surreal panto as Noel becomes...

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Caro Emerald - 16th December

Good evening London city!” Dutch jazz singer Caro Emerald screamed. “This is the very last show we’re going to play in the Absolutely Me tour tonight” she continued

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Stereophonics - 15th December

The success of the gig could be gauged by the couple standing next to us who spent the night either arguing or making up depending on the mood of the music

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Duran Duran – 9th December

Duran Duran, brought their UK tour to London last night following the release of their 14th studio album Paper Gods, which opened with the eponymous and first track of the new LP

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Rosin Murphy - 27th November 2015

Roisin opened the show, with her back to the audience as she gently croons the lounge song ‘Exile’ into a camera projected onto a giant screen behind the stage

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Bruno Mars O2 8th October

Bruno Mars is officially the biggest thing to come out of Hawaii since Barack Obama. Bruno

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SW4 24th August

South West Four returned with a Storm (quite literally!) to London's Scenic Sophisticated Clapham Common this August 2013!

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V Festival Chelmsford 17th August

For fans of pop music, the only way was Essex this weekend- Hylands Park, Chelmsford, to be specific now in its 18th year. Known in snobbier circles as “the music festival for those who don’t like music”.

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Anniversary Games 28th July

It was like being pitched back 12 months in a heartbeat: the cameras flashed, the crowd roared, the volume of the music rose, the union flags fluttered. And when the British Athletes took to the same track the place went wild.

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Wireless Festival Olympic Park 14th July

When Jay Z and Justin Timberlake announced their Legends of the Summer tour earlier this year, it coincided in Justin Timberlake becoming more popular than he has ever been in the UK.

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Rolling Stones: Hyde Park 6th July

Fifty years after they began, what is amazing about the Rolling Stones is not only that this fractious band are still together, but that they can still generate such enormous amounts of emotion, be it love or hatred.

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Kasabian: Hard Rock Calling 29th June

Kasabian played a hit-packed set as they headlined the first day of Hard Rock Calling at London's Olympic Park. Striding onstage to the theme from BBC sports programme Grandstand, they began with 'Days Are Forgotten' from their fourth album 'Velociraptor!'

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Rihanna Sunderland SOL 20 June 13

Rihanna has dubbed this the Diamonds tour, so it figured that her two-hour set at a frantic Stadium of Light was expensive, pretty and near rock solid. As arguably the biggest female pop singer on the planet,

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Imelda May: Hampton Court 19th June 13

On these muggy summer evenings, spending a night in a hot, stuffy theatre can be almost unbearable. Last night then, for a change, I headed outdoors instead to Hampton Court Palace, in order to attend the Imelda May concert,

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Kings of Leon: O2 12th June 13

Five albums on and the band are still packing them in, albeit in slightly bigger venues. Wednesday night’s concert at the O2 was Kings of Leon’s first proper show since 2011 and comes as they gear up to release their sixth album “Mechanical Bull”.

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Paloma Faith O2, London 7th June 2013:

Playing the biggest solo concert of her career(yes, she’s played Glasto and is on the V bill this year). Paloma Faith made an entrance at the O2 that befitted an eccentric pop princess.

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C4 Comedy Gala

It's not every day you see Alan Carr in an afro or Miranda Hart body popping. The 4th C4 Comedy Gala in aid of Great Ormond Street Hospital always lobs in some surprises and an opening routine featuring dancers Diversity and assorted comics was a highlight this year.

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Beyonce: O2

By normal standards, it would be unfair to expect anyone to pack in the same levels of energy, dancing and violent hair flipping into a two-hour show as Beyoncé managed for her 10-minute Super Bowl performance earlier this year.

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