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Anthemia are back in Leek helping revellers 'party the way they used to'

By Leek Post and Times  |  Posted: April 03, 2014

By Belinda Hargreaves

  • The Anthemia team, from the left Chrissie B, Deb Allen, and Nick Sheldon.

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Eighties music fans are gearing for the return of a popular DJ set in Leek.

Anthemia will be back in Leek this Friday spinning the old skool tunes at the Central Club in Market Street.

DJs Chrissy B and Nick Sheldon, along with Nick's partner Deb Allen, head the Anthemia team which last played a collective gig in 2011.

Nick said: "We have organised an Anthemia night since then as we all had other projects that we were committed to. However, people have been pestering us to bring Anthemia back.

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"We are also finding that the 80s is becoming more fashionable with a younger crowd. There is such a lot of great and diverse music in the 80s, it always makes for a superb eclectic night.

"We have great fun on the decks at Anthemia and always play to the crowd and we have had some great feedback about Anthemia coming back to The Central Club.

"Anthemia has always been about having fun and giving everyone a chance to meet up and have a right good knees-up every couple of months.

"We have our faithful fans coming from the Potteries and also Buxton and Macclesfield, which always makes for a great mix of happy like-minded party-goers or 'Anthemiacs' as they like to be known."

Tickets for Anthemia's gig at the Central on Friday are available from Contour Leek (West Street), Beauty By Jana (Brough Park Leisure Centre), and The Central Club, or by calling 07912 645867 or 07816 152546.

DJ Nick is also working with Level Two in Buxton to bring eighties nights to the area. His next gig entitled RELEA53 will be on May 9 and the ever-energetic Leek band of Earthworm Jim will also be travelling across to the Peak District to provide some excellent live tunes for the evening. Meanwhile Earthworm Jim will be performing at the Chills Bar in Burslem on Saturday (April 5).

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