World-famous micro-sculptor Willard Wigan wowed a live audience as an exhibition of his work was opened at Staffordshire University.
Wigan showed examples of his work which fit into the eye of a needle and are invisible to the naked eye.
The Lymelight Festival for music and arts hits Newcastle-Under-Lyme on May bank holiday weekend.
The free event will take place from May 4 to May 6, running from 11am through to 11pm each day in the town centre.
World famous microsculptor Willard Wigan MBE is set to unveil the world’s most exclusive watch at Staffordshire University.
The watch is by Swiss watchmakers Greubel-Forsey and features a sculpture by Wigan, that is normally visible only under microscope, magnified by a set of special lenses.
Parents, teenagers, children and even the elderly were in high spirits at a packed Psychic Rendezvous event in Stoke-on-Trent.
Hundreds attend the event at The Moat House Hotel to meet well-known mediums like Stephen Holbrook and Ralph Keeton.
Song Club returns to The Old Brown Jug in Newcastle-under-Lyme for a St Patrick’s Day celebration.
There will be performances from a dozen well-known folk and acoustic acts as part of the event on March 17.
The Psychic Rendezvous Weekend returns to Stoke-on-Trent – and is set to be bigger than ever before.
The Moat House Hotel in Hanley will host the annual gathering which brings together four TV mediums Stephen Holbrook, Ralph Keeton, Debbie Dean and Derek Acorah.
Keele University students are re-launching a fund-raising parade in Newcastle-under-Lyme – 60 years after it was first run.
The Raise Money And Give (RAG) parade, first organised in 1956, is being staged to raise money for charities.
Staffordshire-based record label Assorted Records is to stage an acoustic night in a coffee shop to showcase new and emerging talent.
The event at the Number 15 coffee shop in Stafford will feature performers such as Emily Heath, Laura Poppitt, Jason Callear, Jim Yalom and Tammy Davis.
Three cast members of the nationwide tour cast of Dirty Dancing will be in Stoke-on-Trent to meet the public.
Paul-Michael Jones (Johnny Castle), Jill Winternitz (Baby Houseman) and Nicky Griffiths (Penny Johnson) will be at the Regent Theatre in Hanley for the meet and greet on Wednesday March 13, 12pm-2pm.
A new production of Rutherford & Son is coming to the New Vic Theatre.
Former Coronation Street actresses Wendi Peters and Kate Anthony will star in the show, which runs from March 12 to 16.