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Rock of Ages

Kevin from Grimsby as we know him, “Strictly” champ has transformed into an egotistical rock god Stacee Jaxx This is Kevin as you’ve never seen him before. Rock Of Ages is  a non stop Eighties musical,  the era of  tight jeans and bandanas. A raunchy and cheeky show with many Read more…

By Angela Smith, ago
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KINKY BOOTS. Regent Theatre

Music and lyrics by Grammy and Tony winner Cyndi Lauper and based on the book by Harvey Fierstein and the 2005 film version, Kinky Boots, written by Geoff Deane and Tim Firth  is based on true events. It’s the story of Charlie Price played by Joel Harper-Jackson who inherits a Read more…

By Angela Smith, ago
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Robin Hood Regent Theatre

This year’s panto is  full of impressive singing and dancing supported by a  talented ensemble cast and the Wilkes Academy of Performing Arts. So much a part of the local Christmas festivities, this year’s show lives up to all expectations and more. The end of act one closes with a magical Read more…

By Angela Smith, ago
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Stoke defeat Ipswich

Tom Ince netted for a third successive game as Stoke City closed the gap on the top six to just four points courtesy of a comfortable 2-0 triumph over Ipswich Town. The former England U21 international, who had scored in the recent clashes with Queens Park Rangers and Reading, opened Read more…

By Angela Smith, ago
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Blood Brothers

Their lives were worlds apart… Their destiny joined them together. The legendary Blood Brothers tells the captivating and moving tale of twins who, separated at birth, grow up on opposite sides of life, one in comfort, one in a struggle, only to meet again with fateful consequences. Few musicals have Read more…

By Angela Smith, ago
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
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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