Seven Days with Sam Mann

The Mirror (London, England), April 28, 2006 | Go to article overview

Seven Days with Sam Mann


Byline: SAM MANN

friday

MARATHON MEN

Today sees the start of a great couple of days for music lovers. Kaiser Chiefs (left), Razorlight, The Ordinary Boys, Ian Brown, Dirty Pretty Things, Goldie Lookin' Chain and The Cuban Brothers are among the impressive acts performing at various London venues for the Carling Live 24 music marathon. Visit www.carling.com/music

saturday

HOLDING COURT

My Chemical Romance, Lostprophets, Taking Back Sunday, The Ataris, Atreyu, Angels & Airwaves, Thrice, Goldfinger, Panic! At The Disco and We Are Scientists appear in the second annual rock and punk festival Give It A Name, which takes over Earls Court for the next two days. Visit www.giveitaname.co.uk

sunday

DARA STANDS UP

Blunt Irish comedian Dara O' Briain, regularly seen hosting Have I Got News For You?, presents his stand-up show at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane. It's inspired by the lengthy list of irritations he compiled after he was invited to go on BBC 2's Room 101. Tickets 020 7494 5009 or visit www.offthekerb.co.uk

monday

GOING GREEN

Radiohead singer Thom Yorke (right) and guitarist Jonny Greenwood headline a one-off awareness-raising concert The Big Ask Live at Koko as part of Friends Of The Earth's climate change campaign. Visit www.thebigask.com/live

tuesday

LOVE TRIANGLE

Lovebirds Billy Zane (right) and Kelly Brook step out the Odeon Leicester Square for the premiere of Three, the film that brought them together. …

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