Macclesfield Express - - MACCLESFIELD PEOPLE -

IF you have seen the film about North­ern Soul and like the music, make sure you tune in to the Soul Show ev­ery Thurs­day evening.

Our res­i­dent soul man is the vel­vety-voiced Tony Prince, whose show takes you from the 1960s right through to the soul scene to­day.

The show in­cludes all your favourite north­ern AS April is Bowel Can­cer Aware­ness Month, I’d like to take this op­por­tu­nity to talk about the im­por­tance of screen­ing.

Not only is bowel can­cer far eas­ier to treat and cure if found early, it can also pick up non-can­cer­ous growths (polyps), and clas­sic soul, in­clud­ing a few rar­i­ties and some clas­sic mo­town. Let the prince tan­ta­lise your ears as he re-vis­its phe­nom­e­nal venues such as Wi­gan Casino, which in its hey­day had 650,000 mem­bers world­wide; the Twisted Wheel in Manch­ester and the un­for­get­table Torch in Stoke. Tony will also have some guest pre­sen­ters in the stu­dio with him – tune in to find out who. You can also lis­ten out for forth­com­ing events in the area while prac­tis­ing your back drops and spins.

Cir­cle skirts, brogues and bags are the re­quired at­tire – and don’t for­get the talc!

Forth­com­ing events will also be listed on our web­site uk. If you would like to get in­volved, give the of­fice a call on 01625 576689 or email of­fice@

For more de­tails on PDSA pet aid ser­vices, call 0800 7312502. To do­nate or fundraise, visit

●» Dancers at Wi­gan Casino, pic­tured left

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