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World Cup warning issued over TV licences

World Cup warning issued over TV licences

TV Licensing chiefs used the World Cup to remind residents in Blackpool they could be penalised if they watch matches without a licence – even if it’s not on TV.

Elisha Blue

Gala to put trust in local music talents

Five hours of free live music will launch the work of a new organisation promoting creativity in Blackpool.

The Bon Jovi Experience

Tribute stars on a Blaze Of Glory recreate rock heroes’ presence

The Bon Jovi Experience are the only tribute act to be endorsed by Jon Bon Jovi himself, and they’re in Blackpool tonight.

The cast of Peppa Pig's Adventure

Time for a Pepp talk with kids' TV favourite

She’s a mega star of pre-school TV - and she’s coming to Blackpool this weekend... Snort!

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Kids will love Peppa Pig's Adventure at Blackpool's Grand Theatre

Things to do (June 22 until July 1)

The weather promises to be fine this weekend, so why not head out to one of these great events:

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Sister Sledge return to Lytham Festival

Get lost in sisters’ music at festival

A one-off show’s been added to this year’s Lytham Festival with the return of disco divas Sister Sledge.

Alice DJ are heading to Bongo's Bingo at Blackpool Tower

Bongo's Bingo's back!

The latest Blackpool party night from the Bongo's Bingo team has been announced.

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Bronte Barbe stars as Carole King in Beautiful

REVIEW: Beautiful - The Carole King Story, Opera House, Blackpool

With stunning sets and hits from the Sixties, Beautiful - The Carole King musical took its audience on a nostalgic trip down a musical memory lane.
Theatre and Comedy
Amelia White

Amelia’s Americana sound is unplugged

‘Well-worn smoky’ vocals will be on display at this month’s Garstang Unplugged as Amelia White comes to the club.
Little Women, at Lytham Hall. The death of Beth

Big success for start of open air season at Lytham Hall

Having lived overseas I know a bit of what it’s like to be in a minority - and at times I felt echoes of that during the first open air performance of the year at Lytham Hall.

Theatre and Comedy
David Alacey as Frank Sinatra, Des Coleman as Sammy Davis Jnr and Paul Drakeley as Dean Martin, with special guest Charley Toulan as Marilyn Monroe

Kings of swing pack in special pier dates

One of the UK’s top tribute acts will play a special residency at Blackpool’s North Pier Theatre this summer.

No aircraft allowed

Could you travel to The Far East without stepping on a single plane?

Studio Lambert, the award-winning television company behind Gogglebox, are seeking people with a keen sense of adventure to take part in a trans-global race for a cash prize.
Love Island's Kendall Rae Knight with last year's winner Kem Cetinay on a date at Blackpool's Notarianni's ice cream parlour

Love Island's Kendall comes Home - will Kem be with her again?

Blackpool’s Love Island beauty Kendall Rae Knight will be making an appearance at resort nightclub Home and HQ.

Ray Quinn heads the cast of Summer Holiday

Summer Holiday stop off for Ray and his big red bus buddies

The full cast of musical Summer Holiday has been confirmed for when it comes to Blackpool Opera House.

Theatre and Comedy

Rain pours but Freckleton Club Day keeps marching on

With gala season in full swing the annual Freckleton Club Day took to the streets of the village – much to the delight of crowds and those taking part.

Where the Missing Go by Emma Rowley

Book review: Where the Missing Go by Emma Rowley

‘The thing about the missing is that they don’t always want to be found.’

Secrets Under the Sun by Nadia Marks

Book reviews: Get yourself beach ready with four super summer sagas

Escape to secrets and sunshine in beautiful Cyprus, raise a glass to fun and flirtation in a French vineyard, and enjoy the dramas and despairs of women finding friendship during wartime.
Queen of the North by Anne OBrien

Book review: Queen of the North by Anne O’Brien

‘This is no world to play with mammets and to tilt the lips: We must have bloody noses and crack’d crowns.’

The Woman in the Wood by Lesley Pearse

Book review: The Woman in the Wood by Lesley Pearse

Twenty-six years after her first novel hit the shelves, much-loved author Lesley Pearse has become something of a publishing sensation.
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