Golden Torch  

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"By the early 1970s soul clubs and all-night venues had been established at the Twisted Wheel in Manchester, Va Va's in Bolton, and the Torch in Stoke on Trent." --Out of Whiteness: Color, Politics, and Culture (2002)

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The Golden Torch, more commonly known as The Torch, was a nightclub in Tunstall, Stoke-on-Trent, England. Opened as a mod venue, it later became important to fans of Northern soul. Peter Stringfellow was amongst the many DJs who at some time had a residency there.

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