When used as a noun, omnibus is either a bus that holds a lot of people (so, a bus, right) or a big book of other....books.
5/13: Cut Chemist @ Mezzanine
5/25: King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard @ The Independent
6/4: Max Cooper, John Talabot @ Public Works
6/15: Sepalcure @ The Independent
6/24: Call Super b2b Objekt @ The Midway
6/25: Eagulls @ Bottom of the Hill
7/8: Leon Vynehall @ Monarch
7/22-24: Sunset Campout @ Belden Town
There seems to be hot debate right now on the direction of the semi-annual Omnibus Magazine.
The Society turns its focus Nationwide, publishing a regional summary of all the main bus network changes; a complete events diary; colour photographs; articles about todays operations and also those of yesterday - the OM is a publication of historical record.
While the Joint Association of Classical Teachers Senate House offers a more eclectic collection of classical topics including ‘George Washington in Nude Pollie Panic’, Sex and gender in Euripides’ Hippolytus, Permanent emergency? Augustus establishes the principate, and dancing like a maenad in the twentieth century.