Nearing the end of your deadlines? The end is on the horizon, – and when we say horizon, of course we mean in the sunny skies of Salou, Berlin and Belfast to name a few!
Author Laurianne Dudgeon
Stoke-on-Trent alternative-rock band Alter Eden have announced its new record label today, which is owned completely by their fans.
“It’s a sad day for music” says Stoke-on-Trent music store owner Robert Barrs.
After 66 years of weekly print publication, National Music Express magazine has been released for the last time.
The print version will be entirely replaced by the website NME.com, which will be expanded on.
Ah, the ever-familiar exam period. Sometimes, no matter how hard you try and keep your cool, it can feel like everything is on top of you. This article will be short and sweet, I promise, as the last thing you need when exam pressure is high, is to be reading a long article about running out of time.
It’s been 11 huge years since Liverpool trio The Wombats first hit the music stratosphere…
Half term. It can bring joy and happiness to many children across Staffordshire. But dread to parents and guardians!
So here’s Staffslive’s guide to What’s On this February half-term
The deadline is fast approaching for a Staffordshire University competition to reveal the next bright star in journalism.
The yearly Staffordshire Future Journalist competition was launched in November by a team of Staffordshire University’s PR and Journalism students.
Laurianne Dudgeon is moved to tears and laughter at Jersey Boys – exactly what you want from a musical.
The father of modern circus, Philip Astley was born in Newcastle-Under-Lyme in 1742. Laurianne Dudgeon finds out how the town is celebrating his legacy.