WARREN Betty Treasured memories of a dear mum, mother in law, nan and great grandmother, who passed away two years ago today. Always in our thoughts. Love Alan, Jill, Jude and Family. xx ---------- Fond and happy memories of a dear friend. Love Astley.…
OWEN Harry Fell asleep June 24th, 1985. Loved and remembered, not just today but always. Sadly missed. God bless. Kath and all the Family. Published in paper 24/06/2006
PASSEY Andrew Richard Remembering with love our beloved son Andrew on this his 47th Birthday. No special day is needed for us to think of you. Mum and Dad Published in paper 24/06/2006
ROUSE Keith. A good Friend, Sadly missed by Charlie and Jeanette. Published in paper 24/06/2006
VAN DAAL Evelyn Mary Lynn Fell asleep June 25th, 2005. Treasured Memories of a dear loving wife fell asleep one year today. There's a face thats always with me, A voice I would love to hear, A smile I will always remember of someone I loved so dear. God…
SMITH Robert Bob In loving memory of a devoted husband, loving father and grandfather, passed away five years today. Most people say, "It only seems like yesterday; But for me, it seems a lifetime away." We only planned from day to day, when…
KEVILLE Bill Treasured memories of a dear husband passed away five years today. Sadly missed. Margaret. -------- The Angel sang Amazing Grace, the Lord came down and touched your face. He held your hand and whispered low. "Come with me, it's time…
JOHNSON Leonard In loving memory of a treasured husband, father and grandfather, sadly passed away seven years ago. Always and forever loved and in our thoughts. God bless darling. Love you. Dot and Family. xxx Published in paper 24/06/2006
ROUSE Keith One year today our lives were shattered with the sudden loss of a loving husband, father and grandad. My thoughts are with you night and day. You will never be forgotten. Your loving wife Pam. -------- Treasured memories of our wonderful dad…
HODGKINS Albert On Wednesday June 21st 2006. Peacefully at home in Audlem, Cheshire. Aged 79. Brother of Fred and Ron. Coventry Avenue Lads of 1930's and 1940's. Published in paper 24/06/2006
SEARLE Arthur Passed away suddenly on June 14th, 2006, aged 77 years. Loving husband to Pat, a caring dad to Andy and Ade, father in law to Ness and Tina, also a devoted grandfather to Jake, Jessica, Matthew, Jasmin and Charlotte. Funeral Service will…
SEARLE Arthur Much loved and sadly missed by John, Annie, Annette, Steve, Audrey, Paul, Julie and Families. Published in paper 24/06/2006
JAMES Joan Mary Of Stourport, passed away peacefully at Worcestershire Royal Hospital on June 16th 2006, aged 80 years. Dearly loved and sadly missed by all her Family and Friends. The Family would like to thank Everyone who cared for Joan at the…
LONG Curtis Precious memories of our dear grandson Curtis, nephew and cousin, who would of been nine today. Fell asleep on August 26th 2004. Thinking of you today and always. Love and God bless Pops, Nanny, Wendy and Families. Published in paper…
SUMMERFIELD Lisa and Paul Are pleased to announce the arrival of their son Jack Simon, on June 18th, 2006. Many thanks to Maternity Staff at The Worcestershire Royal Hospital. Published in paper 24/06/2006
POPPY FURLONG Happy 16th Birthday to our princess. Lots of love Mum, Dad, Laura, Katie and family xxx Published in paper 24/06/2006
mannager Jos Mourinho arrived to coach Chelsea in the summer of 2004.
"BOING" said Zebedee, "time for bed-lam!" If you are looking for Round-about 90 minutes of pure Magic for both you and your kids then climb aboard the all new Magic Roundabout.
MALVERN-BORN actor Richard Swerrun starred as Joseph in this sparkling production of the classic Andrew Lloyd-Webber and Tim Rice musical and he certainly stole the show with a deserved standing ovation at the end.
US band Electric Six lived up to their name when they descended on Wolverhampton and performed an energising set of old and new tracks.
THE gentlemen songsters did MD Justin Parker proud when he conducted them for the last time, with excellent performances of popular songs, and some new to the choir.
PERFORMING at Wolverhampton's Civic is always a homecoming for the UK's own queen of R 'n' B, Beverley Knight.
ONCE they sang of personal and political despair. Then they became an all-purpose rock band, rocketing into the mainstream with arena gigs and number one albums.
THEATRE doesn't come much more challenging than this production by the all-male Shakespeare company Propeller.
THERE was dancing in the aisles when Bill Kenwright's brilliantly cast production of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat lit up Birmingham's Hippodrome Theatre.
WITH its themes of deception, disguise and sexual fidelity, this opera's plot is more like a play by William Shakespeare than a musical work.
HARDLY any band can fill a venue like The Wulfrun without releasing a single record - but The Tears are not just any band.
THE UCI cinema at Merry Hill continued its excellent Director's Chair series with Napoleon Dynamite, a quirky comedy about the pitfalls and dubious privileges of being a geek.
PATSY Palmer proved there really is life after Bianca in EastEnders with a stunning display of acting and dancing as tap dance teacher Mavis.
I HAVE never heard such prolonged applause at The Rose, and although this was an excellent production throughout, much of the acclamation on Monday night was aimed directly at the three leads, who are brilliant.
THE great voices - those which cut to the heart of American music - be they soul, country, gospel or blues, have all but gone. In the last two years alone we have said goodbye to Johnny Cash and Ray Charles, who have left to join the likes of Elvis and…
THIS Gilbert and Sullivan masterpiece is performed far too rarely, so it was a pleasure to join in the madness and mayhem.
TO mark 50 years of the twinning partnership of Kidderminster and Husum, West Mercia Constabulary Band, Kidderminster Valentines and Kidderminster Male Choir combined for a celebratory concert.
I ENJOYED an evening in the company of Kidderminster Operatic and Dramatic Society immensely, with a programme of songs which included many old favourites from the shows, plus a sprinkling of newer items.
ALREADY Revenge of the Sith has broken numerous box office records and sent devoted fans into a frenzy, so why, after five other Star Wars films, does this one matter?
WHENEVER you see the magic name "Neil Simon" attached to a play, you know you are in for a treat, and the Nonentities' latest production is no exception.
WE were well entertained on Saturday, when the Canoldir Male Choir sang a varied selection, including March of the Peers from Iolanthe, Yesterday and It's a Working Man I Am with an excellent solo sung by Joseph Flynn. Their best performance of the…
WHEN your jaw begins to ache it lets you know that something is, genuinely funny.
THE cast got a much-deserved standing ovation at the end of this superb show where the audience was skilfully transported back to 1950s Las Vegas.
HOLEY Moley, not another Batman movie.
HAVING read so much in the Shuttle/Times and News about tenor Russell Painter, baritone Jonathan Darby and pianist David Morgan, it was wonderful to finally hear them.
AMAZING, awesome, breath-taking, magical and sensational - these are just some of the many adjectives that could be used to describe this high octane show and I'm sure the capacity audience would have found many, many more.
ADAPTED from Nora Ephron's 1969 film, this play cleverly explores meaningful relationships and how some lucky people manage to live happily ever after with their soul mates.
BEN Stiller, Chris Rock, David Schwimmer and Jada Pinkett Smith provide the voices of Alex the lion, Marty the zebra, Melman the giraffe and Gloria the hippopotamus respectively.
AFTER reading the comic books as a kid this film was a real treat for me.
WHEN I decided to go and watch this show, I expected a night of very serious theatre.
PERFECT Ace Two The Champions is for tennis fans who think running around a court with a racquet an unnecessary exertion of effort.
WHAT better way for a troupe of talented teenagers to spend their summer holidays than rehearsing for and starring in, you guessed it, Summer Holiday.
FRESH from their successful visit to Holland, The Kidderminster Valentines were in fine voice on Saturday and gave us a super assortment of music.
THIS is one of the funniest plays I have ever seen, a real pleasure to watch.