TAKE TWO: Colin Drury talks TV, Tramlines and Ten-Year Anniversaries...

Nan Made performing at Sheffield Cathedral
Nan Made performing at Sheffield Cathedral
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FANS of Channel 4 hit comedy Fresh Meat will no doubt be looking forward to seeing some local landmarks in the upcoming series after filming was carried out in the Peak District.

Cast and crew of the student favourite recorded scenes around Higger Tor and Surprise View, as reported in The Star yesterday.

But it seems the show’s stars didn’t just enjoy the spectacular views and scenery the area affords.

Take Two spies say actor Jack Whitehall and Joe Thomas - best known, respectively, for hosting Big Brother and appearing in The Inbetweeners - were to be found later the same evening enjoying the, um, hospitality at The Scotsmans Pack Inn in Hathersage.

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AND more (sort of) star-spotting.

Among the acts playing this year’s Tramlines was a young Sheffield Hallam University student going by the stage name Man Made. He performed at the Cathedral, as pictured.

But who knew that moniker hides a link to rock royalty?

His real name is Niall Marr and his dad is none other than Smiths guitar God Johnny.

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AND finally a happy birthday to former Diary stars Blue Bee Brewery.

The firm, based in Neepsend, was credited with turning Sheffield into the official real ale capital of the UK when it opened last year.

It was then the tenth micro-brewery in the city, meaning there are more types of beer being made here than anywhere else in the UK outside London.

Now if that’s not an anniversary worth drinking to, one wonders what is.