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fleapit

Informal a shabby cinema or theatre
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IT'S near-enough half a century since I saw it at a fading Art Deco fleapit - long since demolished - but the memories are so deeply ingrained that just typing the words Old Yeller has got me filling up.
Think of it this way from Northampton's view: if Elton John came to the local fleapit you'd expect to pay more than if Jarrow Elvis was the entertainer, wouldn't you?
People are deserting their local fleapit for the super widescreen pleasures of the multiplexes, but who wouldn't want to see Jennifer Lopez's derriere 50ft wide?
As it is, in the pre-WMF directory era, the band rehearsed in a fleapit in Saltney with terrible acoustics and half a roof missing, and recorded in a studio in Liverpool where the engineer thought Bon Jovi's Slippery When Wet was the height of musical sophistication.
It's the newest hostel in Krakow and isn't just a fleapit.
But most spectacular of all was the cello solo in Tom Bowling, beautifully delivered here, and untainted by the antics of the Last Night Prom idiots dahn at the Royal Albert Hall fleapit.
The plan is to stop 16- 17-year-olds who run away from home living rough or ending up in fleapit B&Bs.
Half an hour later Smith takes me, via a small shanty settlement, to what he laughingly terms the `International Railway Hotel', a welcoming fleapit that services the racing accommodation block, set alongside what looks like a garbage dump.
The launch is part of the Compass Point international festival of urban music (2pm to10pm) and tomorrow there's a top class line-up of hip-hop acts, including Manchild, Blak Twang, Erban Poets, Killa Kela, Fleapit, Johnny B, Optimus Prime and a load more.