Lamp Tavern Live – Tickets – Grant Pritchard – Friday 24th April 2020

We welcome Grant Pritchard back to the Lamp for our April gig. Tickets £6.00 Your tickets will be available for collection on the door on the night of the gig. If you would like to receive them through the post, … Continued

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Lamp Tavern Live – Tickets – Paul Bridgewater & The Electric Blues Rebellion – Friday 4th December 2020

We welcome Paul Bridgewater & The Electric Blues Rebellion back to the Lamp in October for their second gig here and the closing gig of our 2020 season. Tickets £6.00 Your tickets will be available for collection on the door … Continued

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Lamp Tavern Live – Tickets – Jim Kirkpatrick – Friday 14th August 2020

We welcome Jim Kirkpatrick to the Lamp for the first time for our August gig. Tickets £10.00 Your tickets will be available for collection on the door on the night of the show. If you would like to receive them … Continued

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Snowman 2 – Greg Stokes
Another hilarious comedy from Greg Stokes. The wee lad who went walking in the air. We never learned his name, but it was Jimmy. Well, jimmy is now 18 and just out of therapy. all that walking talking snowman stuff was just unreal... or bollocks as we say in Dudley. In Snowman 2 Jimmy has recently started work and is hoping to get off the mark with Fiona at the office Christmas party... Well, obsessed with getting off the mark with Fiona . Worried that things may drop off if he doesn't succeed, a heavy snow falls to dash his hopes... Then an old friend turns up, and this time he's Scottish... and Father Christmas is a Scouser!! Performed by Black Country Theatre
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We Can Work It Out CD – Joanne Webster
We Can Work It Out is a comedy by emerging Tipton born playwright Joanne Webster. Long suffering Grace is cuckolded yet again by her serial adulterer husband Eddie... But this tine it’s with her best friend Moira! Eddie’s best friend Ray suggests they can work it out... By going on the Jeremy Vile show... They can work it out... Can’t they? Performed by Black Country Theatre  
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We Can Work It Out – Joanne Webster
We Can Work It Out is a comedy by emerging Tipton born playwright Joanne Webster. Long suffering Grace is cuckolded yet again by her serial adulterer husband Eddie... But this tine it’s with her best friend Moira! Eddie’s best friend Ray suggests they can work it out... By going on the Jeremy Vile show... They can work it out... Can’t they?  
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Crossing The Cut – Carol Hathorne
Crossing the Cut is a fine collection of short stories from nationally acclaimed author Carol Hathorne.   In the first half of the book the stories are either set in the author’s native black country or in Africa where she worked for the church for several years.   Carol Hathorne’s love of the Black Country has spawned the autobiographical Five Minutes Love and Those Were The Days as well the novels Only Sixteen and Twenty One Today.   The second half of the book is a collection of 12 stories in the Our Mon’s Detective Agency series which chronicle the adventure’s of news agent turned detective Monty Smith, with the assistance of his brother Bing and Starsky the dog. As with all Carol Hathorne’s work, these stories are endearing and hilarious. CONTENTS - CROSSING THE CUT CROSSING THE CUT               NINA KOFIA                                        OUT OF THE SHADOWS HOMEFIRES BURNING  GOODBYE MAMA BEAR CATCHING THE AKAMBA MY HERO MONEY TO BURN THE HAUNTED MIRROR II DOROTHY THE LEGACY THE RESCUE GHOST OF A SIGNAL MONDAY  OUR MON’S DETECTIVE AGENCY  NEW BEGINNING A LONG DAY HOLIDAY ROMANCE A SMALL JOB NEW PARTNER THE WHITE VAN SCAM THE THIN BURGLAR  HEAD FOR HEIGHTS FAME AT LAST  THE BIG DECISION CAPTURED COME ON OUR MON  
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A Witness For Peace: Kindle Edition – Greg Stokes
Following the bombing of targets in Libya by the USA in 1986, Dudley man Doug Stokes was murdered in Marrakesh by an Arab looking for Americans - an act reported across the globe as that of a "crazed knifeman running amok". "A Witness For Peace" tells the real story in a powerfully written account which takes the reader through a working class life which ended in tragic death, through a stoic fight with intransigent insurers and indifferent politicians to an ultimate statement of hope for the future. "A Witness for Peace" is a moving story at times angry and indignant, but not without flashes of humour. The work critically analyses the product of the media as well as describing their excesses in obtaining it; it tackles the issue of crime and insanity in a case where the culprit got away with it; and it examines the role of professionals in an expanding bereavement counselling industry.  The conclusions are startling. Foreword by Lenny Henry
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