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God save the Queen: drag shows are hot right now for business, so putting on some glam and glitz could provide a sweet cash source

Should your pub host a drag show?

By Phil Mellows

Drag queens are in vogue, seriously in vogue if the excitement around RuPaul’s Drag Race is anything to go by. Here’s how pubs are already wowing customers with nights that shine bright enough to rival the crown jewels

Pot washer to general manager: Jason Orme progressed from earning a bit of extra cash at college to running his own pub by the age of 24 under Greene King's apprenticeship

Greene King apprenticeship applications surge by 141%

By Stuart Stone

As tens of thousands of students collect A-level results, Bury St Edmunds-based pub operator and brewer Greene King has registered a sharp increase in the number of applications to its apprenticeship programme.

Farewell: Chalk Farm's iconic Lock Tavern is set to change hands at the end of this month. (Image: Ewan Munro, Flickr)

Iconic Camden music venue changes hands

By Emily Hawkins

Famous Camden venue the Lock Tavern is set to change hands at the end of this month, with new owners pledging that the pub will continue its showcasing of live music.

Returning trend: pasta is set to make a comeback, according to a new report

Summer food trends for 2018

By Nikkie Sutton

Kimchi fries and red rice are two trends set to be big with diners this summer, according to a new report.

Star site: the NWTC boss Chris Hill sees Sheffield as a vibrant place that is full of character and energy (image credit) thinkstock.co.uk/tupungato)

The MA500 crowd is coming to Sheffield

By Nikkie Sutton

Multi-award-winning business The New World Trading Company opened one of its Botanist sites under two years ago in Sheffield – where the MA500 meets in September – and chief executive Chris Hill reveals the peaks and troughs of operating in the city.