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20 February 2008
Brighton Festival

Neil Tennant has accepted an invitation to talk at this year's Brighton Festival on May 17th. On May 17th, according to the Festival brochure, you will be able to "Discover the man behind the music — the opinions, the motivations, the passions and the politics — in this intimate 'in conversation' with writer and cultural commentator Michael Bracewell." The Brighton Festival runs from May 3rd until May 25th and booking opens on February 29th (see link below).

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“Opportunities” has this week risen to number one on the Billboard Dance/Electronic Digital Song Sales chart in the USA. “West End girls” is now number 9 on the same chart.

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