All Star Live Events
(All shows start at 7.30pm unless otherwise stated)
Tickets can be purchased in advance at face value or on the day of the show at the venue Box Offices. Bookings on-line or by phone usually incur additional Ticket Fees or transaction charges over which All Star Wrestling has no control.
Sunday 13 BASILDON Towngate Theatre (3pm) AB: 01268-205300
Friday 18 TELFORD Oakengates Theatre AB: 01952-382382
Saturday 19 DUDLEY Town Hall (6pm) AB: 01384-812812
Sunday 20 N. BRIGHTON Floral Pavilion (3pm) AB: 0151-6660000
Tuesday 22 GRAVESEND The Woodville AB: 01474-337459
Wed. 23 CROYDON Fairfield Halls AB: 0203-2920002
Sunday 27 EPSOM Playhouse (3pm) AB: 01372-742555
Monday 28 ALDERSHOT Princes Theatre AB: 01252-329155
Tuesday 29 ST ALBANS The Alban Arena. AB: 01727-844488
Wed. 28 BOURNEMOUTH The Pavilion AB: 0300-500-0595
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All Star Superslam Wrestling
50th Anniversary Tour
Saturday 18th – The Hexagon, Reading (6PM) – Box Office: 0118 9606060 – Click Here
Sunday 19th – Towngate Theatre, Basildon (3PM) – Box Office: 01268 205300 – Click Here
Saturday 25th – The Swan, High Wycombe (6PM) – Box Office: 01494 512000 – Click Here
Saturday 1st – Alban Arena, St. Albans – Box Office: 01727 844488 – Click Here
Friday 7th – White Rock Theatre, Hastings – Box Office: 01424 462 288 – Click Here
Saturday 8th – City Hall, Salisbury – Box Office: 01722 434434 – Click Here
Sunday 9th – Orchard Theatre, Dartford (12PM) – Box Office: 01322 220000 – Click Here
HALF TERM SPECIAL
Saturday 15th – Baths Hall, Scunthorpe (6PM) – Box Office: 0844 8542776 – Click Here
Sunday 16th – Playhouse, Epsom (3PM) – Box Office: 01372 742555 – Click Here
Monday 17th – Grove Theatre, Dunstable – Box Office: 01582 602080 – Click Here
Tuesday 18th – Princes Hall, Aldershot – Box Office: 01252 329155 – Click Here
Wednesday 19th – The Woodville, Gravesend – Box Office: 01474 337500 – Click Here
Thursday 20th – Fairfield Complex, Croydon – Box Office: 020 3292 0002 – Click Here
Friday 21st – Pavilion Ballroom, Bournemouth – Box Office: 0300 500 0595 – Click Here
Sunday 23rd – City Hall, Hull (3PM) – Box Office: 01482 300 306 – Click Here
Friday 6th – Oakengates Theatre, Telford – Box Office: 01952 382382 – Click Here
Saturday 7th – Town Hall, Dudley (6PM) – Box Office: 01384 812812 – Click Here
Saturday 14th – Floral Pavilion, New Brighton (6PM) – Box Office: 0151 666000 – Click Here
Tuesday 14th – Playhouse, Epsom – Box Office: 01372 742555 – Click Here
Wednesday 15th – The Woodville, Gravesend – Box Office: 01474 337500 – Click Here
Thursday 16th – Pavilion Ballroom, Bournemouth – Box Office: 0300 500 0595 – Click Here
Friday 22nd – The Woodville, Gravesend – Box Office: 01474 337500 – Click Here
ALL STAR GRAPPLEVINE
Writer: Russell Plummer – Photographer: Tony Knox
Editor: Bobby Evans
Era ends: All Star leave
In the picture: Brian Dixon, Mitzi Mueller, Dean Allmark and Gangrel.
AFTER spending the whole of his near half century in wrestling working from 81 Fountain Street in Higher Tranmere, Birkenhead, Brian Dixon breaks fresh ground in the-mid October when moving to a new All Star Promotions base that will also accommodate the highly successful All Star Training School headed by Dean Allmark. What was originally the Dixon family home saw Brian take his first steps into wrestling when launching the A to Z Fan Club before making a debut as a promoter through Wrestling Enterprises of Birkenhead. Progress was maintained through to the creation of All Star Promotions with a Saturday afternoon ITV ‘World of Sport’ spot following from 1987 which also brought major events around the country including a spectacular All Star London debut at the Royal Albert Hall in April 1987 when women’s action was presented in the capital for the first time in several decades, the main event clash seeing Brian’s wife, ‘Queen of the Ring’ Mitzi Mueller and Miss Rusty Blair defeat ‘Bovver Birds’ Klondyke Kate and Nicky Monroe in a star studded line-up also including Johnny Saint, Chic Cullen, Tony St.Clair, Dave Finlay, Japan’s Fuji Yamada while North American barnstormer John Quinn joined Kendo Nagasaki to take on Neil Sands and Dave Taylor. Fountain Street has also been a home from home for top visiting overseas stars including John Quinn, Yokozuna, Gangrel and many more. Now the foreign invaders will soon enjoy even more spacious accommodation with training facilities on the spot as All Star move ever close to celebrating their 50th wrestling year.
Broady Steele leads
Coming here: Broady Steele, Paul Sayers, Maori Warrior Niwa, Maltese Wildman Volta.
OUTSTANDING October action is promised as All Star go through a programme of ten big events that have once again attracted a colourful line-up of overseas visitors to challenge the very best of home talent. The invasion force is headed by North American force Broady Steele, the 6ft 6ins tall, near 300 battler from Halifax, Nova Scotia, who has stormed around the world since starting his ring career in 1986. He made a big impact when first touring Britain in 2003 and was back in 2011 tagging with America’s ‘Vampire Warrior’ Gangrel.
Steele begins his tour in a Sunday afternoon show at the Floral Pavilion in New Brighton from 3pm on 20 October and follows up with outings at The Woodville, Gravesend on Tuesday 22 October; Croydon’s Fairfield Halls on Wednesday 23; Epsom Playhouse from 3pm during the afternoon of Sunday 27; Aldershot Princes Theatre on Monday 28; The Alban Arena at St.Albans on Tuesday 29 and Bournemouth Pavilion Ballroom on Wednesday 28. Never one to pull his punches, Steele makes it clear that his number one target will be Superslam Championship holder Oliver Grey with whom he figured in some explosive battles when last here during March.
Also heading our way again will be the always colourful masked globetrotter who styles himself as the Flying Eagle and adopts the style of Mexico’s luchadors. Back too will be New Zealander Paul Sayers, the 26 year-old from Auckland who has based himself in England since June and is this time is set to be accompanied by muscular and super-fit tag partner Maori warrior Niwa. Maltese Wildman Volta will be making his debut in All Star rings but one man coming back again who is no stranger to the All Star scene is Finland’s tattooed fighter Vitto Purro. Hailing from Turku on is country’s Baltic coast, Purro regularly lives up to his ‘Nasty Boy’ name tag proving himself to be a tough rival for even heavier opponents. Look out for these and other top stars when All Star’s October run starts on Sunday 13 at Basildon’s Towngate Theatre with a 3pm start; the Oakengates Theatre at Telford on Friday 18 and Dudley Town Hall where there’s a 6pm bell-time on Saturday 19.