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By Jo O’Reilly FOUR giants of the Rock ‘n’ Roll world come together for the first time at the Playhouse Harlow for BE BOP A LULA! Eddie Cochran, Gene Vincent, Billy Fury and Roy Orbison will be brought to life on stage in Harlow. Backed…

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A “voyeuristic” Catholic priest who sexually assaulted a teenage boy at a children’s home in west London has been jailed for three years. Anthony McSweeney, 68, abused the 15-year-old while working at Grafton Close Children’s Home in Hounslow. He assaulted the boy with his friend…

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ROBIN Hood is going to be the show to see this Easter! It has something for everyone. There are six shows running from Saturday April 4th until Thursday April 9th. YH was passing the Harlow Playhouse during rehearsals and dropped into to speak to star…

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HARLOW Running Club member Rob Lowe was victorious out of 190 finishers at the Panshanger Parkrun 5K at Hertford, winning the event in a fantastic 17min 38sec, a personal best time for the distance(PB), and he was followed by Sean Flynn 35th in 22min 56sec.…

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NEW research has found that an art studio set up to help people recovering from mental health issues is significantly improving their health and well-being. A one-year study has shown substantial gains in the mental well-being and social inclusion of the members at the Open…

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Rugby: Harlow 12 v 48 West Norfolk On Saturday Harlow came up against what could easily be considered as the strongest side in the League. The score may be a little flattering to the visitors as a result of Harlow throwing caution to the winds…

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DANCE troupe, Makin’ Steps put on an impressive performance at the Harlow Civic Dinner on Saturday. In a ten minute showcase, the Harlow-based group showed why they are so popular. Not a foot wrong and pitch perfect singing. The group were specially chosen by the…

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Review: Harlow Playhouse Henning Wehn HENNING WEHN is a unique comedian. It is not just because he is german and all the racial stereotypes attached to that. There is something very natural about him. So, when he tells you, in the first half of the…

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BY Head Boy at St Marks School, Sam Hufton ON Thursday 5th March, our local MP Robert Halfon came to visit St Mark’s. I myself was happy to hear this, as I had met Mr Halfon before and enjoyed the way he spoke and discussed…

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CULTURAL projects in Harlow can benefit from up to £2,500 through Essex County Council’s Culture in Essex Small Grants Scheme. Individuals, voluntary organisations and community groups who operate cultural projects for the benefit of people in the county are eligible to apply, and the next…

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Ryman Div One North Harlow Town 4 v 0 Brightlingsea Regent NEW signing Jamie Guy scored twice on his debut, with Junior Dadson and Billy Jones netting either side of the half, to see Harlow cruise to victory. This is now six victories in a…

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Bouncers: Review By Harry Tennison John Godber’s 1977 play is the most famous of his works, with a new production of Bouncers opening every week. Furthermore, it is popular with young companies and is a set text for GCSE. This, therefore, made it an obvious…

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COME to Passmores Academy, Harlow, on Sunday 29th March, for a concert of transcendent music to welcome the first stirrings of Spring. Harlow Chorus presents Brahms’ A German Requiem which focusses on comforting the living rather than the more usual pleading for mercy in fear…

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Review: The Circus of Horrors, Night of the Zombie By Jo O’Reilly THERE aren’t too many scenarios where you find yourself staring at a dwarf’s genitals as the precursor to your Sunday evening entertainment. That said, The Circus of Horrors is not your everyday piece…

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Review of Heath Players: Bomber’s Moon INHABITING a character is a hard act to accomplish. If you are often aware that you are watching someone play a character. But the greatest accolade that can be bestowed on any actor is when you do believe that…

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RUNNERS at the school have been winning medals and titles this season. Sidnie Ward and Kyesha Robinson both won county titles at this year’s Essex Indoor Championships. Year 7 Sidnie is second best in the UK for under 13 boys in the 800m, winning his…