Following her riotous performance back in 2012, super flight attendant Pam Ann is touching down in Finland again. Returning to the scene of the crime, Helsinki’s Savoy Theatre, everyone’s favourite in flight entertainment will be appearing on Thursday 23 October.
LENNY Kravitz has had nothing if not of a chequered career. Arriving at the end of the ‘80s, the first word on the dreadlocked singer-songwriter was that he was a revisionist. Less kind appraisals noted the similarity of many of his songs to those of an earlier time. However, given that he would perform the lion’s share of instruments on his recordings, he still managed to attain some respect even from his harshest critics.
THE summer festival season may have come and gone, but there’s no reason to think that the festival festivities are done with just yet this year. Held from 22 to 26 October, Supermassive Festival is bringing a swag of great underground sounds to Tavastia, The Circus, Ääniwalli, Korjaamo, Kuudes Linja and Semifinal.
The local Opera season has once again begun with a flourish of quality after a summer spent with its feet up, recuperating. Continuing the momentum, Le nozze di Figaro is being performed until 7 October, returning after being being enjoyed by receptive audiences earlier this year.
Composed in 1786 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart the opera is based on Pierre Beaumarchais’ stage comedy La folle journée, ou le Mariage de Figaro (1784).
JUST in case you can’t wait until the next Pink Floyd album drops later this year, the next best thing is here to satiate fans ravenous appetite. The not-so-modestly monikered Brit Floyd - The World’s Greatest Pink Floyd Show rolls into a town near you in early October. Well, if you live within the vicinity of Tampere, Turku and Helsinki, that is.