Ruby Davies reviews Queens of the Coal Age at the New Vic theatre and finds it portrays a different perpective on the miners’ strikes.
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The father of the modern circus – Philip Astley’s life and legacy is celebrated at the Brampton Museum, Newcastle-under-Lyme.
Enjoyable for both young and old, Astley’s Astounding Adventures is a fantastic way to learn about Newcastle-under-Lyme’s father of the modern circus, says Ruby Davies.
Ruby Davies reviews the regional premiere of Tanya Ronder’s play, Table at The New Vic theatre.
‘You can’t stop the beat’ as Hairspray the Musical takes over the Regent Theatre, Hanley. Ruby Davies reviews.
Three of Staffordshire’s newest and most innovative projects have been honoured at the Royal Institution…
Celebrations across the county took place today in honour of Staffordshire Day!
Every year on the 1st of May, Staffordshire comes alive with a variety of events to celebrate everything that is great about the county – and this year was no different.
There are many aspects that form a great circus; clowns, music, dancers, but arguably one of the most important is the costumes.
Not only do the costumes add to each circus theme, they also need to be made to withstand ropes, acrobatics and quick changes.
A masterclass in Argentine tango – Ruby Davies reviews Tango Moderno at The Regent Theatre, Hanley,
North Staffordshire actress Rachel Shenton has won an award for her film The Silent Child at the Oscars this morning.
The 30-year-old actress, accepted the award for ‘best live action short film’, alongside her partner and director, Chris Overton.