Dirty Dancing – the iconic 80’s film based in the 1960’s came to the Regent Theatre in Stoke yesterday (15 October).
Vinay Patel’s new ‘Sticks and Stones’, explores the consequences of a joke that causes offence.
Alan Ayckbourn’s play ‘Better Off Dead’ is, as advertised, “a comedy of confusion about a…
It is 40 years since Alan Ayckbourn wrote ‘Joking Apart’ and this comedic play still has all the…
The Brampton Museum in Newcastle-under-Lyme are celebrating the rich history of popular fashion from the last two centuries with an exhibit of clothes from the local area.
On BBC Music Day the BBC aims to “bring the nation together”. It celebrates the power of music and it’s ability to transform and change lives.
Ruby Davies reviews Queens of the Coal Age at the New Vic theatre and finds it portrays a different perpective on the miners’ strikes.
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.