An interview with Staffordshire indie band Camp Stag

After an accidental three year hiatus, Stoke-on-Trent’s Camp Stag are back with a bang and a whole lot of promise. They made their return on Thursday…

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War Horse at The Regent Theatre

Michael Morpurgo was my favourite childhood author, from Kensuke’s Kingdom to The Butterfly Lion. Nothing ever quite touched my heart like War Horse, though. When the…

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On Tap gin tasting with Cherry Gin Coke Floats

On Tap has been one of my favourite bars since it opened its doors almost a year ago. Situated on my hometown high street, it’s the perfect spot for a bev.

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Nobody puts Baby in a corner – Dirty Dancing at The Regent Theatre

nothing, nothing, will ever come close to cult-classic Dirty Dancing. I mean, all the good films were made in the 80s, right?

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An interview with PD Cooper – Staffordshire Police’s only Staffordshire Bull Terrier

When I heard the Staffordshire Police were recruiting a Staffie, I was absolutely made up. Police Dog Cooper has joined the force and has become one of only three Staffie police dogs in the UK. The breed receives a lot of bad press, but this was a step in a more positive direction for bully breeds.

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Cute and Cosy Vibes at Cappello Lounge

Vintage tasselled lampshades hang from the ceilings and an assortment of antique photographs and paintings hang in gilded frames on walls wrapped in crap 70’s wallpaper. The eccentric interior could belong to one place and one place only in Staffordshire – Cappello Lounge.

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Why it’s Important to Support your Local Music Scene

I’ve always loved music, ever since I was born I’d bop to Spice Girls in my baby rocker. Growing up I was introduced to the music my dad loves, brought up on a love for indie, glam rock, and alternative music.

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