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    There cannot be many pubs in Liverpool named in honour of their landlord/landlady. Peter Kavanagh’s on Egerton Street is one and Ma Egerton’s on Pudsey Street is another. Dublin-born Mary Egerton came to Liverpool in the 1890s and managed the American Bar in Lime Street before taking over The Eagle in Pudsey Street, behind the [...]


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    Nice one Colin. Been in there many a time.

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    I used to go in the one in Pudsey St when Terry Molloy had it, after he left The Odd Spot. There was a open night mic when some of the strangest characters got up and sang. One bloke used to do Presley's I Want To Be Your Teddy Bear every week. Then a lady in an evening gown (straight out of a charity shop) would come round with a collection for 'the artistes'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kevin View Post
    I used to go in the one in Pudsey St when Terry Molloy had it, after he left The Odd Spot. There was a open night mic when some of the strangest characters got up and sang. One bloke used to do Presley's I Want To Be Your Teddy Bear every week. Then a lady in an evening gown (straight out of a charity shop) would come round with a collection for 'the artistes'.
    Ha, love it. It's gone abit quiet in there lately, no characters go in there any more. It's a shadow of it's former self. Shame...

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    It was even quiet in there around Christmas time when I was in there, a friday night too. There was another Egertons on Cases Street, Parker st/Elliot st end, I wonder if it had any connection as i've never heard of any mentioned.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ged View Post
    It was even quiet in there around Christmas time when I was in there, a friday night too. There was another Egertons on Cases Street, Parker st/Elliot st end, I wonder if it had any connection as i've never heard of any mentioned.
    Was that the Higsons house on the corner?

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