@ Southport's Vue
WHAT a day at
Vue... On Mother’s Day, 18 March 2007, a fantastic special showing
was given to over 200 Mums and daughters who attended a
"Barbie Fairy School". They also viewed a very special
showing of the Barbie film called:- "Fairytopia, Magic Of The
All who attended were
given a free goody bag and they also took away the magic wands they
had made in the fairy school.
This 70 min of
animation used computer graphics to form a magical family film.
Directed by Walter P. Martishius and written by Elise Allen and
Diane Duane, this film is the story about Barbie, aka Elina who
finds her home land, Magic Meadow, has been overcome by evil Laverna
who is killing the flowers and making the fairies unable to fly. So
it is Barbie to the rescue with the help of Bibble, a puffball and a
giant butterfly named Hue; they must join up to find Azura, a
Guardian Fairy and save the day...
We would like to
thank Mattel for giving us four tickets to give away at our Red Nose
event, on Red Nose Day.
Chocolate Easter Nests Recipe
With thanks to
TO make you
require:- 80g butter, 25g Fruisana Fruit Sugar, 25g cocoa powder,
115g milk chocolate, 2 tbsp golden syrup, 175g cornflakes, crushed,
To finish: 115g mini chocolate Easter eggs.
To make you must place the butter, Fruisana, cocoa powder, milk
chocolate and golden syrup in a medium sized saucepan. Very gentle
heat and melt together, stirring all the time. This will ensure the
mixture does not burn. Stir in the cornflakes and mix well. Place
large spoonfuls of the mixture onto greaseproof paper and the shape
into nests. Allow to set for at least 2 hours. Add mini Easter eggs
A LOCAL from
Liverpool band called 10 Reasons to Live are due to play at the
Barfly in Liverpool on 7 April 2007 and also at the International
Pop Overthrow at the Cavern, Liverpool, in May 2007.
10 Reasons to Live
got themselves together the old-fashioned way... All of them are
childhood friends with a shared passion for music. They play loud
and proud! It’s a theme that infuses their personal style as you can
hear the old-school American stadium rock influence running through
their fresh, up-to-date modern rock/pop sound.
Although Liverpool-based, 10 Reasons to Live are no strangers to the
world of international success as their accomplishments to date
range from a charity tour of Mozambique in 2003, having their songs
featured on big budget soundtracks such as Disney’s ‘Power
Rangers’ and the American TV movie ‘Zenon 3’
to a full-on nationwide stadium support slot with Bryan Adams in
2006, the interest garnered from which led to the crashing of the
band’s personal website as over 13000 hits in a week were registered
by people wanting to hear more.
So keep any eye out for them... They have already been No. 3 in the
download charts! Do not forget to go and see them play live...!
GIRLS ALOUD AT THE POPS!
featuring Runcorn¹s Nicola Roberts, will make their first Pops
appearance on 3 July 2006. Tickets for this show are now on sale!
The nation¹s hottest all-girl, are the latest amazing name to
confirm a show at the 2007 Liverpool Summer Pops. They join other
confirmed acts Amy Winehouse, James Morrison, Deacon Blue, Mcfly,
OMD and Steely Dan, with promoter Chas Cole promising the list of
big names flooding to Liverpool, will continue to grow over the
With fourteen top ten singles and two number ones in the UK Singles
Chart and record sales in excess of 3.9 million in the UK alone,
Girls Aloud, originally brought together for ITV1's "Popstars,
The Rivals" show five years ago, have become a pop
phenomenon. They could well add to their tally of Number One singles
with the official Comic Relief single, a cover of the Aerosmith
classic "Walk This Way", which was released on Monday
12 March 2007.
"This is going to feel like a home town show for me. I know all
about the Pops being a local girl and it should be a really great
night for us!!!" said Nicola.
The band's recent greatest hits collection saw all of their singles
included, from the number ones, "Sound Of The Underground"
and "I'll Stand By You", to the brilliant
"Love Machine", "Biology" and "Jump".
Live the band have wowed arena and festival crowds alike, with their
spectacular stage show.
Promoter Chas Cole said:- "What better way to celebrate Comic
Relief Day than announce a show by the stars of this year¹s song,
Girls Aloud? This announcement proves that, as usual, this year¹s
Pops will feature both legendary names and the hottest contemporary
acts. This week saw the completion of our new venue, the Aintree
Pavilion, which will offer concert-goers a uniquely exciting
experience. I can¹t wait to see the acts we¹ve got lined up for this
year¹s Pops perform in such a wonderful arena."
Councillor Warren Bradley, Leader of Liverpool City Council, said:-
"Girls Aloud are one of the UK¹s most successful groups,
proving the Summer Pops' ability to attract some of the biggest
names in music."
Jason Harborow, Chief Executive of the Liverpool Culture Company,
said:- "Coming hot on the heels of yesterday¹s announcement
about Steely Dan, the Summer Pops continues to cater for a variety
of different audiences."