The Classic Thriller Theatre Company brings us an adaptation of Ruth Rendell’s A Judgement in Stone, about contrasting class and social values in the 1970’s.
Sister Act on stage is an exciting, hilarious, and groovy performance of the 1990’s classic film featuring Whoopi Goldberg. The perfect mix of 70’s disco and convent choir.
Volunteers and staff at Royal Stoke University Hospital have raised £70,000 to buy a heart ultrasound scanner for the Children’s Intensive Care Unit.
The hi-tech machine can scan all children – from premature babies to 16-year-olds.
Figures show Stoke-on-Trent foodbank gave out more than 10,000 emergency food supplies to people last year
Figures from foodbank charity the Trussell Trust show that more than 10,000 emergency food supplies were given to people in Stoke-on-Trent in the last year.
People in crisis were given 10,330 three-day emergency food supplies between April and March 2016-17 compared to 11,038 in April and March of 2015-16 by the Stoke-on-Trent Foodbank based in Hanley.
With Theresa May calling for a snap general election on 8th June, what does this mean for Stoke-on-Trent?
Mick Temple, Professor of Politics at Staffordshire University, has given his opinion to StaffsLive.
He discusses reactions, turnout, who may become the next leader and who will hold the seat for the constituency of Stoke Central.
Stoke-on-Trent Central MP Gareth Snell has called for Theresa May to table a motion of no confidence in her own Cabinet.
Mr Snell, who was elected in February in a by-election, was debating the June 8 General Election with MPs in the House of Commons when he made the comments.
Hanley was transported back to the 60’s for a night as The Bootleg Beatles reincarnated the psychedelic sound of legendary English rock band, The Beatles.
A woman died after a complication from a 10-hour open heart surgery procedure, an inquest heard.
Susan Griffiths, 64, of Eaton Street, Hanley, died at Royal Stoke University Hospital on June 30 last year.
Animal cruelty complaints in Staffordshire have soared above the national average, according to shocking figures from the RSPCA.
The number of complaints in Staffordshire has increased by 4.9%, with 3,350 complaints registered in 2015-16 compared to 3,192 the previous year.
A campaign has been launched to encourage older people in Stoke-on-Trent to try new activities.
Pensioners are being urged to get involved in new activities from boxercise and bolero to baking.