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Time: 04:00 - 05:59
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Broadcasting from the city for Southampton

103.9 Voice FM is Southampton’s truly local radio station. Broadcasting from St. Mary’s in the city, the station went live in 2011 to provide a service to the local community, both as a hit music station and an education and training service.

Voice FM plays a variety of commercial rock, indie, alternative and chart hits throughout the day, as well showcasing local bands. From 6pm each evening we provide a variety of specialist programs to reflect the diversity and tastes of Southampton.

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  • The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time

    The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time

    June 24, 2015
    Last night, "The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time" opened at The Mayflower Theatre, Southampton. We were lucky enough to have tickets to see the show. One of the most memorable parts of the play was the amazing lighting, special effects and set design. While the set might not have seemed much at first, with just a large box being seen at the curtain's rise, it would soon clear that the set would be one of the most spectacular parts of the night. From the outset, the set was perfectly timed to flash lights in time with particular lines or actions, and was almost interactive, with the actors' drawings and movements being projected over all of the set. Another striking part of the show was the perfectly timed comedy, which never failed to earn a laugh from the audience. The witty lines from the main character bounced off the other characters' speeches well, creating comical situations even in the most dramatic of times. The actors were impeccable throughout the play, in both the whimsical and dramatic parts. Because of their acting, the play was touching and made it easy to connect with the characters as an audience member. All in all, it was a fantastic show, highly entertaining and definitely worthwhile.