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Lamp Tavern Live – Tickets – Rebecca Downes – Friday 9th October 2020

Our October show see’s us welcome the award winning Rebecca Downes back to the Lamp. Tickets £15.00 Your tickets will be available for collection on the door on the night of the gig. If you would like to receive them … Continued

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A Pocketful of Memories: Coseley (An Unofficial History) – Raymond Smout
"Hannah Johnson Cox... astounded the Officer on duty, PC Bailey, by confessing to him that she had just pushed her two infant daughters into the canal, at the tunnel." From The Coseley Tunnel Tragedy. In A Pocketful of Memories - Coseley, RAYMOND SMOUT indeed describes the Coseley of his youth. But first he takes the reader through his ‘unofficial history’; he charts its beginnings in the ancient Manor of Sedgley, the immense changes brought about by the industrial revolution, its heyday when it was governed by its own Urban District Council, and its eventual demise as Coseley was lost in urban reconfiguration to three different towns. Raymond’s great grandfather was a founding member of Coseley UDC and it is a story he tells with pride, interspersing the history with anecdotes of people and events. Read about the wakes and of byegone pubs, of Dr Baker the local philanthropist, of Hannah Johnson Cox and the tragic Coseley Tunnel murder, of the 1912 coal strike and the building of the Brummagem New Road.…across which Coseley still stands. A POCKETFUL OF MEMORIES - COSELEY reminds how it got there. Royalties from this book are being donated to Rowans Hospice, Waterlooville.
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Lamp Tavern Live – Tickets – The Stumble – Friday 13th November 2020

We welcome The Stumble back to the Lamp on Friday 13th November 2020 for the second visit this year.   Your tickets will be available for collection on the door on the night of the gig. If you would like … Continued

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Lamp Tavern Live – Tickets – Rumour – Friday 27th March 2020

We welcome popular Sedgley band Rumour back to the Lamp for our second March gig.   Tickets £5.00

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A Pocketful of Memories: Roseville (Wartime and the Fifties) – Raymond Smout
Raymond Smout, follows on where he left off in his book about Coseley and describes his childhood in the district of Roseville. From his early years when there was a war on to the 1950s he portrays school and leisure, transport, health and local charaters.  It is a very different world from today not only in amenities but also in attitudes.  Raymond contrasts these with pithy humour to add another valuable title to the series and paint a picture of where we have come from. Royalties from this book are being donated to Rowans Hospice, Waterlooville.
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Lamp Tavern Live – Tickets – Rainbreakers – Friday 7th February 2020

We are delighted to welcome back to the Lamp the Headline Act of Upton 2019, the incredible Rainbreakers! Tickets only £8.00 Your tickets will be available for collection on the door on the night of the gig. If you would … Continued

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Lamp Taver Live – Tickets – Catfish – Friday 31st July 2020

Our 2020 programme continues with an extra date to bring you top band Catfish who make their first appearance at the Lamp. This date replaces their January gig which had to be cancelled due to illness. Tickets £10.00 Your tickets … Continued

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