After Manchester's Twisted Wheel closed early in 1971, Stoke's Golden Torch wore the Northern Soul crown for the next few years.
However, it became a victim of its own success, with regular police presences, drug-taking and overcrowding. When the club came to renew its licence on 16 March 1973, Stoke-on-Trent council refused the renewal and the club simply faded away.
The record featured in the print was chosen because Major Lance is featured on the only live album recorded at the venue, described by people who were there as one of THE defining Northern Soul gigs.
Printed on 200 gsm silk paper this Golden Torch poster is available in three sizes and comes ready for framing..