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The Libertines announce special Margate show on Wednesday
The Libertines have announced a special outdoor show in Margate that will take place on Wednesday (August 17).The four-piece, whose hotel The Albion Rooms is located in the Kent seaside town, will perform in the Oval Bandstand in the Cliftonville area of Margate at 4pm on Wednesday.Tickets for the exclusive matinée performance, as well as an after-party at The Albion Rooms, are on sale now via Dice.You can see the official poster for The Libertines’ Margate show below.A post shared by The Libertines (@thelibertines)Later this month, The Libertines will perform a special afternoon set at Victorious Festival in Portsmouth.You can see the band’s upcoming UK and European tour dates below.August17 – The Oval Bandstand, Margate18 – Saint-Nolff, Bretagne, FR19 – Aérodrome Guéret, Saint-Laurent, FR28 – Victorious Festival, SouthseaSeptember1 – Camp and Furnace, LiverpoolOctober21 – Cirque Royale, Brussels, BE24 – Le Zénith, Paris, FR26 – Carlswerk, Cologne, DE28 – Edel Optics Arena, Hamburg, DE30 – Union Scene, Drammen, NO31 – Annexet, Stockholm, SENovember1 – Vega, Copenhagen, DK3 – Zoom, Frankfurt, DE4 – Progresja, Warsaw, PL5 – Lucerna, Prague, CZ7 – Gasometer, Vienna, AT8 – Tonhalle, Munich, DE9 – X-Tra, Zurich, CH11 – Discoteca Alcatraz, Milano, IT13 – Den Atelier, Luxembourg, LU14 – Melkweg, Amsterdam, NLSpeaking to NME recently, Libertines drummer Gary Powell said that the band’s new album might “push the boat out a little more”.“The good thing is everybody’s been writing,” he said.
Gavin Bazunu - Southampton troll bitter rivals Portsmouth after signing their former star for £15m - - Manchester - Ireland - city Portsmouth
Southampton troll bitter rivals Portsmouth after signing their former star for £15m
Southampton have taken an opportunity to poke fun at their bitter rivals following the signing of Gavin Bazunu just two months after he was named as Portsmouth's player of the season.The Premier League outfit have secured a five-year contract with the Republic of Ireland international, who leaves Manchester City, after he spent a season in League One with Rochdale before making 44 appearances for Pompey in the same division last time out.Just before the official Saints' announcement on Twitter, they went back through the platform to find a May tweet from Portsmouth that confirmed Bazunu as their player of the season - adding a smirking emoji to the delight of their supporters.One fan wrote: "I bet Pompey fans must be mad now."With a second adding: "We are the biggest team on the south coast by far."And a third saying: "ADMIN I LOVE YOU, THIS IS THE BEST ANNOUNCEMENT EVER."And a fourth agreeing: "what an announcement hahahahahahha."Are Southampton a bigger club than Portsmouth? Give us your thoughts in the comments sectionBazunu made 44 appearances in League One last season keeping 16 clean sheets and conceding only 51 goals as Portsmouth finished 10th in the final table.The 20-year-old, who made 10 appearances for his country in 2021, was also named as the players' player of the season alongside his player of the season gong.Southampton said regarding the deal: "Southampton Football Club are delighted to announce it has completed the signing of goalkeeper Gavin Bazunu from Manchester City."The 20-year-old, who already has 10 caps for Republic of Ireland, moves to St Mary’s on a five-year deal, becoming the club’s first new recruit of the summer."Signed by the Premier League champions as a 16-year-old following an
Where stars of Nottingham Forest's last Prem campaign are now including Nigel Quashie - - Scotland - Iceland - county Southampton - city Portsmouth - city Bradford - city Huddersfield
Where stars of Nottingham Forest's last Prem campaign are now including Nigel Quashie
Nottingham Forest will travel to Wembley Stadium on Sunday bidding to return to the Premier League after 23 years outside the top flight.Victory over Huddersfield Town in the Championship play-off final would see Forest back in the Premier League for the first time since the 1998/99 season. That campaign ended with the club finishing bottom of the table and being relegated from the top-flight after going through three managers during the season.The Forest side relegated from the Premier League in 1999 featured the likes of Nigel Quashie and Pierre van Hooijdonk, but where are they and other stars of that team now?Goalkeeper Dave Beasant remained at the City ground for another two seasons following relegation before moving to Portsmouth in 2001.Brief spells at Tottenham Hotspur, Bradford City, Wigan Athletic and Brighton & Hove Albion followed before he ended his career at Fulham in 2004.Beasant has since gone into coaching, first as goalkeeping coach at Stevenage before spending three years in the role at Reading before departing in December 2018.The 1998/99 season was Quashie's first at Forest after signing from QPR and the Scottish midfielder would ultimately spend just two years with the club.A nomadic career followed, including spells with both Portsmouth and Southampton before he played out the final four years of his career in Iceland.Since hanging up his boots in 2016, Quashie has gone on to become a coach and runs his own academy, in the shape of the IPDA Football Academy.Mark Crossley also kept goal for Forest during their last top flight campaign, making 12 league appearances back in 1998/99.
12 UK millionaires waiting to be made as huge National Lottery prizes remain unclaimed - - Britain - Las Vegas - city Portsmouth
12 UK millionaires waiting to be made as huge National Lottery prizes remain unclaimed
National Lottery, available on its website, shows that 12 EuroMillions £1 million prizes are still unclaimed, some of which date back to November 2021.And there are also two Set For Life winners, who stand to win £10,000 every month for one year.The locations of the £1 million prizes show that tickets were bought in Portsmouth, Breckland District, North Tyneside, Dudley, Doncaster, Hinkley and Bosworth, Rochdale, Gwent, Ealing, New Forest and Trafford.And the Set For Life winners bought tickets in West Oxfordshire and Northamptonshire.There is also one EuroMillions winner of a tidy sum of £134,762.50 who bought their ticket in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea.The big prizes listed have either not been claimed, or have not yet been validated and paid – and you only have 180 days from the draw date to claim them.During that time, any interest earned on the money held by the National Lottery will go to benefit National Lottery Projects across the UK.Earlier this month, one £1 million winner, Sandy Doyle, took her winnings on a wild trip to Las Vegas after quitting her job to retire.Having won it on a National Lottery scratch card, she said: “I didn’t retire to swan about living the millionaire life.“I help care for my father, and that was always a juggle with work, now thanks to this amazing win I will have more time to cherish precious moments with him.""When I revealed the £1MIL sign on the first Match A Million, I didn’t believe it so I put it to one side, and played the other. I saw I had won £10 on that scratchcard, which I did believe!"I then looked back at the other one, rubbed my eyes and signed the back just in case.
Dick Strawbridge - Angel Adoree - Angel Strawbridge - 'Can't believe it' Escape to the Chateau's Dick Strawbridge bids farewell to special show - express - France - Scotland - Ireland - city Belfast - city Portsmouth
'Can't believe it' Escape to the Chateau's Dick Strawbridge bids farewell to special show
Escape to the Chateau star Dick Strawbridge was inundated with support after taking to Twitter following the end of his tour. Dick had been touring the country with his Dare To Do It tour alongside his wife Angel Strawbridge and their two children.Now the star has admitted he “can’t quite believe” it has come to an end.He also shared his excitement to sleep in his own bed in view of his 86,000 followers.Tweeting in the early hours of this morning, Dick wrote: “Can’t quite believe it but our tour has finished….“We ended with a wonderful night in Belfast followed by an amazing finale in the London Palladium this evening ….“It’s been very special and tomorrow night we’re in our own beds for the first time in nearly 6 weeks!”Dick and Angel’s tour began back in February and has seen them in venues around England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.This was called Dare To Do It! and followed the stars of the Channel 4 show opening up about their experience of renovating their home in France.The couple bought a chateau back in 2015 and have been renovating it since.Escape to the Chateau has chronicled their journey so far across eight seasons.Following his latest update, Dick was inundated with support from his followers.Dame Karen Clyne wrote: “We couldn't come but kept seeing wonderful photos on Instagram.“Nothing beats sleeping in your own bed, with the one you love.