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TREVOR Marriott is a retired British Police murder squad detective, and leading Ripper expert, who since 2002 has been conducting a cold case re investigation into The Whitechapel Murders of 1888 which were attributed to a fearsome killer who came to be known as Jack…

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By Jo O’Reilly IT can be hard to make a well-known play fresh, this is a particular problem with Shakespeare. How do you keep the integrity of the text yet bring it up to date? Whilst Shakespeare’s words are exceedingly good at being relevant today,…

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HARLOW TOWN FC have secured a lucrative sponsorship deal with Foreign Exchange and Finance company OPTFX. Harlow Town FC Players will sport the company name on their shirts from next season. The Hawks are also re-branding Barrows Farm as The Harlow Arena, and will unveil…

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PRINCESS Alexandra Hospital will be the venue for a week of events to promote Dementia Awareness Week. From Monday, the hospital will set up a number of information stands in the foyer which will be available to staff, patients, carers and the public. The Dementia…

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A CHARITY bike ride from Harlow to the Republic of Ireland is set to be completed today. As we reported on Monday, six riders set off from the Princess Alexandra Hospital, on a 350 mile ride to Carrick on Suir, Co Tipperary with a goal…

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Ryman Cup Waltham Forest 0 v 1 Harlow Town A JUNIOR DADSON goal was enough to see Harlow Town progress in the second round of the Ryman Cup Harlow had plenty of chances in the first half with Alex Read going close time and time…

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LIN Hilton, art historian, will be giving a talk on the Festival of Britain on Thursday 24 October at 1pm in the Gibberd Gallery. Their current show, The Lost Modernist – Michael O’Connell – was commissioned by Sir Hugh Casson (two works in our permanent…

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THE music of some of the biggest artists from the 1950’s and 1960’s provides a night of world class entertainment and nostalgia that you will never forget! ‘Unforgettable’ is a first class production that highlights the musical icons of this era – favourite musical legends…

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WE KNOW it sounds all a bit Blue Peter but we were passing near Harlow library last week, when we saw a young man playing the guitar. We recognised him as Benjamin Eels who had played The Square recently. So, we spoke to Ben on…

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HARLOW Running Club member Steve Murtagh completed the Great Eastern Half Marathon at Peterborough in 45th place out of 3842 finishers and 3rd Vet 45 in an excellent 1hr 16min. He was followed home by Lyndon Cooper in 56th place in a personal best time…

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FOLLOWING sell-out shows in Glasgow, Belfast and Dublin earlier this year, the smash hit comedy, Fifty-One Shades of Maggie, is set to become one of the funniest shows to hit UK stages in years as it embarks on the first 27-venue tour of the country,…

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THE producers of the smash-hit ‘Fairy Tales of the Unexpected’ are performing at The Harlow Playhouse, this coming Autumn season with another fantastic show after wowing audiences during the Summer of 2013. This time, promising fun for all the family, LP Creatives present ‘Treasure Island’…

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THE BARD returns to The Playhouse this Thursday as critically acclaimed Transport Theatre Company present their re-telling of the classic Shakespeare comedy As You Like It. ‘A vibrant, touching, and timely story about love and statelessness, As You Like It examines human capacity to endure.…

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By Holly Reijs FIVE EXCITED lads jumped onto the stage with a lot of energy. Looking across the packed-out room, there must have been just over sixty five people watching in amazement for the first song to kick off. There was a really long intro…

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AS part of our ongoing series of Harlow histories, we popped into the Harlow Civic Centre to have a look at the work of Leon Underwood called “Not In Anger”. Leon Underwood “The precursor of modern sculpture in Britain” was a noted British sculptor, painter,…