Bruce Dickinson is to play at Canterbury Cathedral.
It’s a hot day in the east of London, as the hordes leave a trail of order and calm at local tube stations and on the buses. Hang on, this a rock festival… where’s the expected chaos? Even the stewards appear relaxed. Trouble? They’re not on the bill this year.
This week our fave Vixen’s been relaxing in Greece, making fishcakes for Terry Jones of Monty Python fame, and also readying herself for more festival frenzy. Check out all of Anna’s columns here.
This week, Anna Phoebe suffers on an EasyJet flight, gets to play at the Montreux Jazz Festival, and prepares to put on a spandex catsuit (calm down, fellas!). Check out all of Anna’s previous columns here.
This week Anna Phoebe joins Roxy Music (we repeat: joins Roxy Music), expresses her opinion on Tweets, invites 50 strangers into her house and prepares to introduce Jethro Tull’s Ian Anderson to her dog! Go here to read Anna’s previous columns.
Life’s tough for Anna Phoebe, our provocative new columnist who’s played violin with the likes of Steven Tyler, Jethro Tull and Trans-Siberian Orchestra. Here Anna talks about hanging out with royalty, swimming in the Dead Sea and finds time in her mercilessly busy schedule to set a post-Easter quiz. Click here to read all of Anna’s columns.