Kinky Boots. Well, what can you say about heels so high they touch the sky and leave me slightly jealous. The production of the West End smash hit came to Stoke last night and as adventurous as the play was, so were the heels. And just as stunning.
Author Louise Hill
A small village in Northamptonshire is one of the last places you would think to find a factory producing high heels for men, and even a Reverend writing about it. But such is the unorthodox world of Earls Barton that you would have found both.
Nativity! The Musical is a present waiting to be unwrapped at The Regent Theatre in Hanley as the present that just keeps on giving! Louise Hill reviews.
Stoke-on-Trent MP Ruth Smeeth helped launch the Future Journalist Competition at Staffordshire University today (December 3).
The Future Journalist Awards 2019 were opened to schools and colleges across the Potteries to encourage the next generation of journalists in and around Staffordshire.
The family of 24-year-old who committed suicide, have today made a heartfelt plea for young men suffering depression to seek help.
Aaron McNair, of Hyacinth Court, Newcastle-Under-Lyme, attempted suicide earlier this year following a battle with mental health and a drug addiction.
A Burslem man has been sectioned for racially abusing a doctor and threatening to bite his face off, a court heard.
Asjad Arbab, of Rushton Road, Burslem, threatened to break Dr Stephen Tuck’s ribs, bite his face off and verbally abused the doctor, calling him a “white piece of s**t” in August 2017, Stoke-on-Trent Crown Court was told.
Calendar Girls: The Musical took to The Regent Theatre stage last night to a packed out audience to show everything. Louise Hill reviews.
Residents in the Shelton area of Stoke-on-Trent have hit out after months of roadworks on their street.
Ashford Street has been part of the city-wide redevelopment for the District Heating Network (DHN) system which involves pipe teams digging up the road and laying miles of infrastructure.
Clive Myrie visited Staffordshire University and the StaffsLive newsroom for an interview giving us an insight into his career, on and off screen.
A Staffordshire father-of-two “just didn’t want the help anymore” and committed suicide three days after Christmas following a 16-year battle with depression, an inquest heard.
Alexander Paul Hood, 33, of Cheadle, Staffordshire took his own life on December 28 last year after a multitude of failed suicide attempts, North Staffordshire coroners court was told.