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  • Charity offers top debt management tips
    Danielle Thompson
    THE team at an advice charity are braced for the busiest time of the year for helping members of the public to tackle their debts.Members of staff at the Citizens Advice Bureau service offer free, independent and confidential advice. They give advice and helps solve problems, including debt and con...Read More

  • Volunteers needed to hand out charity's 'iconic' daffodil pins
    Danielle Thompson
    VOLUNTEERS are needed to give two hours of their time to a national charity – to hand out their ‘iconic’ daffodil pins, in return for donations.The team at Marie Curie, the UK’s leading charity for people living with a terminal illness and their families, are urgently calling for volunteers in Sout...Read More

  • Films old and new being shown at Bijou Cinema
    Henry James
    THE Southport Bijou Cinema at 8 Post Office continues to take audiences through cinema old and new this week with The Biggest Little Farm (PG), The Big Clock (PG), Mulholland Drive (15), The Farewell (PG), Some Like It Hot (U), Serenity (15), Mr. Love (15), and Western Stars (PG).Mulholland Drive (...Read More

  • Traditional ballet performed faultlessly
    Danielle Thompson
    Russian State Ballet of Siberia’s Swan LakeLiverpool Empire, Tuesday, January 149/10This was a visually stunning performance throughout with sizzling chemistry shown between the two excellent leads, with Elena Svinko as Odette/Odile and Marcello Pelizzoni as Prince Siegfrid.As well as unbelievably ...Read More

  • Audiences promised ‘rip-roaring comedy’
    By Ron Ellis
    Jeeves and Wooster in Perfect Nonsense at The Little Theatre, SouthportAFTER the success of this season’s pantomime, Dick Whittington, at the Little Theatre, for their next production the S.D.C. move forward a few hundred years to the 1920’s and the hilarious world of P.G. Wodehouse’s immortal crea...Read More

  • Rehearsals underway for popular panto
    By Ron Ellis
    REHEARSALS are well underway for the West End Players 2020 pantomime which this year is going to be The Wizard of Oz with the West End Players Juniors playing the parts of The Munchkins, The Flying Monkeys, etc.The last of the town’s church hall drama groups, the WEP’s go from strength to strength....Read More

  • Appeal for return of ornamental Samurai sword stolen from house
    Danielle Thompson
    AN ornamental sword, which was of great sentimental value to its owner, has been stolen from a house in Town Lane, Kew.The display sword, which is for ornamental use only, was taken on Monday, January 13.It is a black short ‘dagger’ style piece which is 2ft long and features an orange dragon desig...Read More

  • Stephen Bailey returning to Atkinson’s comedy club
    Henry James
    STEPHEN Bailey, who is a comedian, presenter, television personality and writer, and whose friendly and open brand of gossipy humour has made him one of the UK’s most exciting up-and-coming acts in comedy at the moment, will be returning to the Laugh Out Loud Comedy Club at the Atkinson.LOL Comedy ...Read More

  • Round Table’s float raised £8,500 for good causes
    Henry James
    SOUTHPORT Hesketh Round Table made more than £8,500 for local charities and good causes with their 2019 Santa float.The group would like to thank everyone that came out in force on the streets of Southport in December to support them.The volunteers brought Father Christmas to Southport over 14 nigh...Read More


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