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Wetherspoons bans England flags from its pubs during World Cup but will allow fans to wear football shirts after outcry

Popular pub chain Wetherspoons has banned staff from flying the St George Cross during the World Cup.

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Toni Collette in Hereditary

Review: Hereditary is a truly unsettling experience - and may be just too scary

Matt Adcock reviews Hereditary (15)

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To kill or not to kill: You face some tough moral choices in Vampyr

Console Corner: Vampyr review

Fresh blood restores some Order.

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Alice's Adventures in Wonderland

Visit Wonderland via Kirby Hall for children's classic

Take a trip down not the rabbit hole but to Kirby Hall as a children’s favourite will be performed in the grounds of the stately home later this week.

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Guys and Dolls

Review - Guys and Dolls at Kilworth House Theatre

It is summertime - and Kilworth House presents it's first outdoor musical - Guys and Dolls.

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The Fratellis

Rock out with the Fratellis at TexFest in Market Harborough

There are not many bands who can have a tour schedule which takes in Market Harborough, Cardiff and Lanzarote but that’s exactly the line up for The Fratellis.

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Chris Pratt as Owen Grady

Review: New Jurassic World film feels like trudge back in time

Matt Adcock reviews Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom (12A)

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An artist's impression of inside the finished opera house

Figaro is go! Harborough opera house opens next week

In just a week you’ll be able to tell your friends “and of course, Harborough has its own opera house you know”.

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12 of the best Street Fighter games all in one place? What's not to love?

Console Corner: Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection review

A beautiful time capsule of brilliance.

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Eaga Gospel Choir

Gospel stars head to Ashley

The recent semi finalists of Britain's Got Talent will be performing a special concert in Ashley this weekend.

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VIDEO: The Band stars talk as Take That musical visits Northampton

We chatted to actors Faye Christall and Katy Clayton who are currently starring in The Band at Northampton's Royal & Derngate.

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Teletubbies

Enjoy some big hugs with the Teletubbies in Northampton

They have been icons of television for the past 20 years and now the Teletubbies will return with their first ever live show.

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Kelmarsh Hall

Final chance to get tickets for Kelmarsh Country Show

This week marks the final chance people have to save money on tickets to Kelmarsh Country Show.

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VIDEO: Behind the scenes on The Band at Northampton

We took a little tour of the stage for the Take That musical The Band which is currently being staged at Northampton's Royal & Derngate this week.
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REVEALED IN PICTURES: A night on the wild side awaits as Whipsnade Zoo gears up for Sunset Safari

Families, friends and zoo-lovers are in for an adventure on Saturday June 23, as ZSL Whipsnade Zoo opens its gates after hours for a wild night of fun at Sunset Safari.

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Education Education Education

Review - Education Education Education at Royal & Derngate, Northampton

The Wardrobe Ensemble are back on Northamptonshire soil giving another frenetic, nostalgia driven performance in their politically charged production Education Education Education.
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Peter Borg-Neal

Owner of popular pub-restaurant operator shortlisted for top industry honour

The shortlist for the 35th Catey Awards has revealed that Peter Borg-Neal, Founder and CEO of Oakman Inns & Restaurants, the operators of 22 venues across the Home Counties, Midlands and beyond has been shortlisted for a top honour.

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Agony offers a haunting, atmospheric but flawed experience

Console Corner: Agony review

Agony and ecstasy, it’s one hell of an experience.

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Lost Hollow

Nashville's finest bring a bit of yee-ha to Maidwell

Nashville country folk band Lost Hollow will perform an acoustic set at Maidwell Hall later this month.

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Thousands flock to NEC for final leg of annual Slam Dunk festival

Thousands of punk, rock and metal fans from across the region descended on the National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham on Monday for the final day of this year’s Slam Dunk Festival.
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