A REUNION continues to look unlikely but Oasis still live forever thanks to fans carrying the torch.

Tribute band Ohasis will be doing just that when they play at Cromwell’s on Saturday.

The gig is to launch a regular series of tribute nights at the Bridge Street pub. Cromwell’s is also hosting a month of fundraising for prostate cancer charity, Men Utd, in December.

Michael Gregory, from Cromwell’s, said: “We are excited to be adding to Warrington’s cultural offer.

“Bridge Street has a long rock tradition and we are looking to revive that. Iron Maiden – the real ones – played across the road in the 1970s.”


We have teamed up with Cromwell’s to give away three pairs of tickets for Ohasis.

Each winner will also receive four free drinks to share with the person they bring.

For a chance of winning simply name one of Oasis’s UK number one singles.

Send your answers along with your name, address and phone number before 5pm today, Thursday, after which a winner will be selected at random. Send an email with the title ‘Ohasis competition’ to competition@nqnw.co.uk.

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