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Reginald D Hunter headlines Victoria Hall 26/10/2011


In just over a decade since he began performing, Reginald D Hunter has become one of the UK Comedy industry’s best-known and most distinctive performers.  His work is often brutally honest, frequently controversial but always meticulously measured and thought out.

His latest tour Sometimes Even The Devil Tells The Truth, supported by special guest, Steve Hughes, comes to The Victoria Hall, Stoke on Wednesday 26th October.

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Dave Spikey brings Words Don’t Come Easy to Stoke

Award-winning comedian Dave Spikey continues his critically acclaimed ‘Words Don’t Come Easy’ stand-up tour this Autumn with 22 new dates, which stops off at the Victoria Hall in Stoke on Friday 18th November. Of course anyone who has seen one of Dave’s live shows, or read his best-selling autobiography Under The Microscope, will know that words come very easily to the hugely popular comedian.

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Stoke Gigs Needs You!

Since its conception in early 2010, Stoke Gigs has come a long way. We can proudly boast that we are now one of the biggest local music sites in Stoke! We’ve taken part in the Guardian Student Media Awards 2 years running, been involved in local music competitions as well as the UKs biggest music festival, Oxjam, and even hosted our own club nights.

We have forged strong links with local venues and artists, but it’s simply not enough! We’re now looking to expand even further, but we need your help!

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Gig Guide Friday 14th – Friday 21st October

After what seems like an eternity away, Stoke Gigs is back, and we’re going to be very busy! We’re doing a bit of a overhaul on our content pages and want to feature even more music and news. If you want to get in touch click here, but if you just want to see what’s coming up this week in music then read on.

Friday 14th
This evening Dead Radio Society play The Rigger in Newcastle to promote the release of their new Plan Z ep. The gig is free entry with live music all night, finished off by the Plan Z stage show. Support comes from John Macleod, music starts at 7:30pm.

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How The Riots Could Ruin Indie Music

The London riots have caused the destruction of a warehouse in North London housing many of the UK’s independent labels and artists.  All the stock has been destroyed in the fire.  This will lead to much hardship for the artists and labels affected.

AIM member labels should contact james@musicindie.com with their immediate concerns. AIM is doing what it can to support all those affected at this difficult time.

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Riots spread to Manchester and beyond

Manchester City centre under lockdown by police (Pic: YFrog/ mtattersallitv)

We hear that reports of the riots, which started during the weekend in Tottenham, are now spreading to Manchester and Wolverhampton as well as Liverpool, Nottingham, Leeds, Bristol and London.

We understand that this is a stressful time, and urge you to contact any venues you are due to be traveling to during this time, to make sure that any events are still going on as planned.

Whilst we can neither confirm nor expand on these reports, we hope that you are staying home and staying safe during this period of unrest.

The Stoke Gigs Team

Gig Guide Friday 5th – Friday 12th August

Sure is a lot going on in the city this week, but luckily for you, we at Stoke Gigs HQ have it covered. Some of the top gigs taking place this week include The Fortunas in Leek and Cloud 9 Festival in Cheshire. Read on to find out more…

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V Festival 2011 preview

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As summer creeps upon us it’s time to look forward to one of the most commercially successful music festivals of them all, V Festival 2011. This year the frivolities take place between the 20th and 21st August at Hylands Park in Chelmsford and Weston Park Staffordshire.

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Creamfields Sold Out

Creamfields 2011 has sold out becoming the fastest selling Creamfields to date and the third consecutive year the festival has sold out.  A record 50,000 people will flock to this year’s award winning show set in Daresbury, Cheshire on the August Bank Holiday weekend.

This years festival includes top DJ’s such as The Chemical Brothers, David Guetta, Tiesto, Paul van Dyk, Armin Van Buuren, Magnetic Man, Kissy Sell Out and more besides.

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