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In the Spotlight: Norton United

With a new season approaching, the routine will change a little for Norton United of Burslem. A new league, a new high in their illustrious, successful 25 year tenure as a non-league club. The EVO-STIK Northern Premier League Division One South awaits Scott Dundas’ boys, but after a competitive season Read more…

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Regent Review: Rock Of Ages

The songs make the show, the laughs and set add to the magic and help to make this show one of the best seen at the Regent for a long time The cast play the parts with enthusiasm and the comedy element and chemistry between Daniel Fletcher and Stephen Rahman-Hughes’s Read more…

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Review: Annie Get Your Gun

The Wild-West comes to the Regent Theatre this week when warm-hearted musical Annie Get Your Gun, complete with toe-tapping, tuneful and witty score rolls into town. What’s more remarkable is that it is based on the true love-story of sharp-shooters Annie Oakley played by Emma Williams and Frank E Butler Read more…

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Drop in and find out about adoption

Staffordshire-based voluntary adoption agency Adoption Focus (http://www.adoption-focus.org.uk/) will be hosting an information drop-in day on Wednesday 4th June between 5-8pm at their base in Newcastle-under-Lyme. It is hoped the drop-in day will provide information as well as inspiration for people to come forward and consider adopting one of the 105 Read more…

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Legends Game: Official Footage

Official footage from Sunday’s Legends game organised by Tony Naylor and Kevin Jones in aid of Alzheimer’s Charity Approach. Representatives from Knot FM in conjunction with 7th Town were filming on the day. See below for the first in a video series. More exclusive footage coming soon.

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Review: Port Out Starboard Home, Biddulph Players

Biddulph Players’ A.D.S tackle Richard James’s play, Port Out Starboard Home, with gusto aboard the S.S. Adelphi in their latest offering at Biddulph Town Hall, directed by Celia Richardson. A mis-matched set of passengers flung together ensues for a rollocking good yarn. Debutant Mandy Baldwin plays down-trodden, browbeaten, hypochondriac spouse Read more…

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Review: Seven Brides For Seven Brothers

Hold onto your horses as Seven Brides for Seven Brothers stomps it’s way to Regent Theatre this week. Stunning dance and technically flawless performances make this a masterpiece akin to the 1954 original of the same name. The gruff Adam Pontipee (Sam Attwater) meets and immediately marries the spirited Milly Read more…

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