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.
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.
Half an hour before doors opened and as rain threatened to fall from the Staffordshire sky, a stream of expectant Don Broco fans lined the Keele University campus.
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 is no doubt that you would have heard of the iconic Oasis album Definitely Maybe (1994).
However, what you probably didn’t know was the story behind the cover photo of the album.
Stoke-on-Trent music fans are coming together to celebrate National Record Store Day today (April 21)!
Stores across the country will be selling exclusive vinyl’s written by artists and will also be putting on shows and events to attract new customers.