Notable people associated with the city from the world of sport, music, literature and ceramics are set to be honoured with a new piece of public art in Tontine Square, Hanley.
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After nearly 40 years of touring the world the Blues Band are coming to the Prince William Theatre in Cannock Chase later today (October 20).
On Saturday 28 October, at The Mitchell Arts Centre in Hanley, there will be a charity comedy event ‘CRYing With Laughter’ held in memory of Daniel Hughes.
Every two years, the British Ceramics Biennial festival arrives in Stoke-On-Trent, with so many different events around the city to attend. This year’s festival doesn’t only feature local artists, but over 100 artists from all over the UK, Europe, Korea and India.
Small traders had a chance to show off their range of goods to hundreds attending this year’s Stone Food and Drink Festival.
The first day of the festival saw a number of traders across the country allow tasters of their homemade food and drink in Stone’s Westbridge Park.
Stella Saxby (Georgina Leonidas) wakes up from a coma to discover that her parents have died but when her evil aunt Alberta (Timothy Speyer) is around there is always trouble…
Never Mind the Buzzcocks’ Simon Amstell, Bill Bailey and Katherine Ryan are among the big name comics confirmed to perform at Reading and Leeds Festival this August bank holiday.
A new art exhibition by an award winning Stoke-on-Trent artist, will be unveiled later this week.
David Brammeld, from Stoke, will showcase his work at the Trent Art Gallery, from this Friday (April, 28).
A school in Endon raised more than £6,000 after it hosted a row-a-thon to raise money for three separate charities.
Endon High School organised the event to raise funds for Kidsgrove-based dog rescue Greyhound Gap, a school in Nepal and an orphanage in Kenya.