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CHICAGO- The Musical

When you have stars like Russell Watson, Faye Brookes and Djalenga Scott in the same show you expect a top night out. Well it may be described as the sexiest musical but the Razzle Dazzle was  so exceptional that the audience on opening night was singing away throughout. The script Read more…

By Angela Smith, ago
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We Will Rock You

Ben Elton”s sci-fi musical based on the songs of Queen is a must see show. The opening night performance was so good that the packed house gave the cast a much deserved standing ovation. The voices of all the performers are brilliant and it would be unfair to single anyone Read more…

By Angela Smith, ago
Interview

9 to 5

This is the musical adaptation of the popular 80’s film. As you would expect, the music is excellent and with a great cast, the show doesn’t drag. The choreography is well executed. It is a celebration of three women overcoming their sexist boss. What’s not to like about that? Claire Read more…

By Angela Smith, ago
Event

Rock of Ages. Regent Theatre

This show is bright, lighthearted, colourful and non stop! Set in the 1980’s it has property companies threatening the places where the youngster hang out. Every member of the cast gets time to shine. Lonny. (Joe Gash) is the main character who drives the show on. Former Strictly star Kevin Read more…

By Angela Smith, ago
Event

The Woman in Black

Susan Hill’s ghost story returned to the Regent and what an atmosphere it created as the plot unfolded using illusion to add to the suspense and horror. A grieving lawyer feels a curse has been cast upon him and his family by the woman in black. He finds a young Read more…

By Angela Smith, ago
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Calling Planet Earth

Who could fail to  be impressed by a journey through the music of the 80’s? Probably no one but this show was outstanding. Great vocals, a brilliant band and a journey through the hits of some legendary artists including Duran Duran, Visage, UltraVox, Yazoo, Flock of Seagulls, Human League, Heaven Read more…

By Angela Smith, ago
Sport

A hard earned point at Blackburn

Stoke City picked up their fourth point of the week so far as they battled to a goalless draw against Blackburn Rovers at Ewood Park on a cold night and backed by a good following, 771 supporters in fact. The hosts had the greater number of chances, but City threatened Read more…

By Angela Smith, ago
Sport

Disaster at QPR after a great start

A  fightback from Queens Park Rangers condemned Stoke City to defeat at the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium this afternoon. The Potters were 2-0 ahead at the half hour mark thanks to Sam Clucas and Tyrese Campbell, but the sides went in level at the break after Jordan Hugill and Ebere Read more…

By Angela Smith, ago
Sport

A game of two corners says the boss

Stoke City suffered their first defeat in seven outings at the bet365 Stadium as Preston North End netted two goals without reply to take home the points. The first half Stoke were in complete control but failed to take the chances that they created Successive set piece strikes from first Read more…

By Angela Smith, ago
Sport

A deserved win v Charlton

A dominant Stoke City display earned the three points at the bet365 Stadium. James McClean, Tom Ince and Nick Powell all found the back of the net for the Potters, who could easily have added a few more. Charlton levelled against the run of play just before the break, but Read more…

By Angela Smith, ago