Back to the Fewtrell

Eddie Fewtrell, has book out titled, as he styles himself, King of Clubs. And he has owed a lot of Brum nightlife over the years… Edward’s No.7, Edward’s No.8, the Paramount pub, Goldwyn’s, Barbarella’s and now Subside – although we were always under the impression that there was more money in the less glamorous world of scrap yards.

He was to have a book signing at Waterstones, but it’s been canceled (according to The Stirrer) “following threats to staff”, which has left Eddie annoyed and “devastated” wondering “how they are being held to ransom by anonymous people making phone calls I just can’t understand.”. As far as we know the signing at Borders in Touchcloth is still to go ahead.

We’re too scared to say that the affair might be a touch ironic.

3 comments for “Back to the Fewtrell

  1. 19 March 2008 at 10:00 am

    Hi there eddie met me and carl lane after knowing my family the lanes and the Richardsons and my uncle lawson and the smiths who’m owned the bin waggons and the moores I am a fan and well liked eddie exspecualy when he sorted the krays out. the man who can

  2. Man in White Coat
    15 December 2008 at 3:17 pm

    “exspecualy when he sorted the krays out. the man who can”

    Oh dear, you really are a clueless fool

  3. Chalkywhite2
    26 April 2011 at 1:40 am

    eddies the man, i met him at club millenium straight as a die. u can tel,, no bullshit!

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