In a letter to Manton residents earlier today (Friday 16 August) landlord Howard Spooner announced that The Outside Chance 'will have to close soon'.
Marlborough Rising took off last night (Friday 9 August) at Club Movida, where Tony O'Malley enthralled with a classic, tight and beautifully accomplished set whilst St Mary's resounded to the tunes of the great musicals of the West End shows.
Sports Direct, who acquired Jack Wills in a £12.8 million deal earlier in the month, have announced this week that the Marlborough store will close. The store, which opened only two years ago, is selling remaining stock heavily discounted and shoppers looking for a bargain should visit before its doors close for a final time.
Marlborough Rising Saturday was at the Town Hall. Up and coming Flyte headlined, returning to Marlborough after a couple of appearances for Sound Knowledge, with lead Will Taylor giving them a big plug. Marlborough's Wilding supported with Ben Cipolla opening in the Court Room downstairs, both showing the real depth of talent amongst the young talent in the town.
Marlborough will be Rising this weekend. Tony O'Malley - ex of Kokomo, 10cc, Bob Dylan to name but a few will be opening this year's Rising with a Blues and Soul night at the Club Movida in Hughenden Yard this Friday (9 August) bringing his jazz-tinged contemporary soul and blues band to a Marlborough audience. St Mary's will be hosting the return of last year's great success, Musical Jukebox for an evening's celebration of some of the biggest numbers from many of the greatest and most memorable West End shows including Guys & Dolls, Phantom, Oliver, Cabaret and plenty more.
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