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.
Whether you are already a fan of rock n’ roll or want to be introduced to…
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.
The enthralling, heavy beat of drums filled the Hanley air as Japanese sensations, the Yamato Drummers, graced Victoria Hall with a magnificent performance.
The Continental Market came back to Hanley last week to serve the people of Stoke a variation foods and gifts from all over the world.
There’s no need to ‘Use Your Illusion’ with Guns 2 Roses: not only are they are as close to the real thing as you’re going to get without remortgaging, they still have what Guns N’ Roses seem to be missing these days – passion for the music, and appreciation for the fans.
Seven arrests were made this past week as Staffordshire Police began their 50-50 campaign.
The 50-day operation, which began on Monday 13th March, aims to see officers arresting a number of known criminals, hoping to put a huge dent in the criminal operations of Staffordshire.
A renowned wrestling promotion is returning to Stoke-on-Trent after its debut last year.
Preston City Wrestling (PCW) held its first event at Hanley’s Fiction nightclub in December and organisers have now revealed they will be back.
A new Pie Shop in Hanley proposed to replace UKIP’s campaign office has been met with a wave of support.
Over 35 independent chefs have offered to volunteer their services to a new fundraising campaign, which to hopes to reclaim the former Chatwins shop in Hanley as a pop up pie shop and community space.
A 28-year-old woman was attacked in an attempted robbery in Stoke-on-Trent.
The attack took place at around 3.30pm yesterday (February 16), in an alleyway between Mynors Street and Baskerville Road, Hanley.