Sport

Stoke victorious at Norwich

Stoke followed up their midweek victory over Bolton with a 1-0 success over  Norwich at Carrow Road. A first half own goal from Tim Klose made it two wins in five days for Gary Rowett’s men the first time City have recorded back to  back league victories since January 2017. Read more…

By Angela Smith, ago
Sport

Notts Forest v Stoke Cup

The Potters found themselves 3-0 down at the City Ground after just 50 minutes, before a spirited comeback saw them come close to forcing the game into a penalty shootout. It was a 20 minute spell in the game which saw the Reds to score a second and third through Read more…

By Angela Smith, ago
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Summer Holiday. Regent Theatre

Former X-factor runner up Ray Quinn provides the star quality as Don, played originally of course by Cliff Richard. The show introduces us to Don and his pals who work in the London Transport mechanics facility. It’s a miserable summer in England  so Don persuades his employers to lend him Read more…

By Angela Smith, ago
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Stoke v Brentford

Having been beaten comfortably by Leeds United on the opening weekend of the season, Gary Rowett expected an improved display against a Brentford side who stuck five past Rotherham United in their curtain raiser a week earlier. Sadly, it was to be another disappointing 90 minutes despite  taking the lead Read more…

By Angela Smith, ago
Sport

Leeds v Stoke

The Potters took to the field as the pre-season favourites to secure a spot back in the Premier League, although many will now be putting Leeds into the mix on the back of their impressive showing. After 15 minutes Leeds had managed to take the lead thanks to Mateusz Klich, Read more…

By Angela Smith, ago
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Thoroughly Modern Millie

It is hardly surprising that this musical won six Tony awards, including best musical, as it is an uplifting performance on stage, taking you back to the roaring 20’s, amidst the glamour of New York. Millie, played by Coronation Street’s Hayley Tamaddon, is a small town girl trying to make Read more…

By Angela Smith, ago
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Shrek

This is a fun filled family show which tells the tale of a lonely ogre whose swamp is invaded by fairytale characters  banished from their home in the land of Duluc because they’re different. It all began with a giant storybook, with Shrek and his parents poking their heads out Read more…

By Angela Smith, ago
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Beautiful

Beginning with the  Carnegie Hall concert in June 1971 to celebrate her  album Tapestry, Beautiful the Carole King musical story quickly goes back 14 years to a 16-year-old King (then Carol Joan Klein) about to sell her first song (It Might as Well Rain Until September)In the blink of an Read more…

By Angela Smith, ago
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This is Elvis

This is Elvis is set in 1968. Elvis’s career has gone downhill  after one too many bad movies, he’s lost touch with his roots. He’s been eclipsed by the likes of The Beatles and Tom Jones. Then Elvis secures a TV show on NBC. Visionary producer Steve Binder, who believes Read more…

By Angela Smith, ago
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The Case of the Frightened Lady

This chiller is not for the faint hearted. If you like your murder mysteries dark and edgy, then you’ve got it with this one. When Inspector Tanner is called in to investigate a  murder at Mark’s Priory, the grand ancestral home of the Lebanon family, he quickly discovers that nothing Read more…

By Angela Smith, ago