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100622optician Featured 9 Jun 2022 Image


Jacqueline Meade opticians who have won Best Practice at Eyecare Scotland's Practice of the Year award for 2022.

She opened her practice more than 25 years ago and they are having an event at the practice to celebrate the award on Thursday, between 4-7pm, at 152 Bank Street, Coatbridge, ML5 1ET

In pic- Jacqueline Meade (centre) with l-r Jimmy Choo rep Anton Gray, Jakki O?ourke, Anne Nisbet and Jill McNee.

Photo by staff photographer Douglas McKendrick

090622TDH Featured 9 Jun 2022 Image



Tunnel. Michael Hugo in one of the escape tunnels.

Tom, Dick and Harry, inspired by the true story behind the escape from Stalag Luft III in World War II, has its world premiere at the theatre-in-the-round this summer.

Tom, Dick and Harry, brought to the stage by the team behind Around the World in 80 Days, will have performances at the New Vic from Friday 10 June to Saturday 9 July. Co-written by New Vic favourites Andrew Pollard (Educating Rita, Around the World in 80 Days, Peter Pan in Scarlet) and Michael Hugo (Marvellous, Coppelia ?A Mystery, Captain Amazing) alongside New Vic Artistic Director Theresa Heskins (Marvellous, Beauty and the Beast, Coppelia ?A Mystery), this co-production with Kenny Wax Ltd (The Play That Goes Wrong, Six The Musical) will be filled with dynamic drama, humour and breath-taking theatricality.

Serial escapees, the prisoners held in Stalag Luft III begin an exhilarating game of cat and mouse with their captors. Hiding their covert activity in plain sight with gymnastic exercise, choir practice and cabbage growing (!), the men tunnel deep into the ground beneath the camp? huts, and soon the most intricate, most audacious, greatest escape of them all is underway?
Directed by New Vic Artistic Director Theresa Heskins and using top secret information from the war archives, classified until 1972, this brand new play will debunk the myths, honour the people involved and tell the true story of the most daring escape attempt in World War history!

The cast will include co-writers Michael Hugo and Andrew Pollard, alongside fellow New Vic favorites Perry Moore (Tale Trail to Prince and the Pauper, Robin and Marian, Peter Pan in Scarlet) and Nicholas Richardson (Astley? Astounding Adventures, Beauty and the Beast). Joining them will be Sam Craig (Wild Wing Doves (Sign Your Name), Above the Stag Theatre, London); David Fairs (The Strange Undoing of Prudencia Hart, New Vic; As You Like It, The Lord Chamberlain's Men UK & International tour); Andrius Gaucas (Twelfth Night, The Comedy of Errors, Shakespeare? Globe); Dominic Thorburn (Kenneth Branagh? Macbeth, UK and New York; One Man Two Guvnors, West End); and Eddy Westbury (Comedy About A Bank Robbery, Mischief Theatre, West End).

New Vic Artistic Director, and Director of Tom, Dick and Harry, Theresa Heskins said: ?elving into the archives, we learned that this legendary escape was a huge international collaboration. We were determined to share that aspect of the history, even though developing and casting the play during a pandemic, with travel so restricted, made for a special challenge. We?e glad that our cast? heritages and lived experiences ?from Eastern Europe, the Caribbean, East Africa, the Americas, Canada, Germany ?reflect both the global alliances at the heart of this remarkable story, and the inclusive country we live in today.?

Tom, Dick and Harry will open at the New Vic from Friday 10 June to Saturday 9 July 2022, before transferring to Alexandra Palace in London. For more information visit

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170622Flowers Featured 9 Jun 2022 Image


St Edward the Confessor Catholic Church is a small church filled with love and holy spirit on Aylestone Road. We celebrated our 100 years anniversary on Sunday the 8th of May, the Bishop of Nottingham, Bishop Patrick McKinney and a host of religious men and women from various faith were present. The day was fantastic with an array of food from various continent, beautiful singing from choir and a cultural dance by the parishioners

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