Bah Humbug! We love Christmas as much as the next person, but it must be acknowledged that maybe the festive season isn’t “the most wonderful time of the year” as Andy Williams wholeheartedly tells us every year.
We’re now in the thick of the festive December month and most of us are already munching into our advent calendars for the Christmas countdown.
The family and friends are coming around and you want to dress to impress. But when it comes to Christmas Day, the table is always the most important masterpiece of the house.
The film which is to be released on December 12th, follows the life of Miles Morales, a Brooklyn teenager who is struggling to conform to his father’s expectations of him. After being bitten by a spider, he turns into one of the films ‘spider people’ and is mentored by the franchise’s original Spiderman, Peter Parker.
With the Christmas season in full swing, it’s only right that a trip to the theatre completes your festive period. The Regent Theatre, located in the heart of Stoke-on-Trent’s city centre, promises not-to-miss festive productions this December, with the Nativity and Robin Hood headlining the end of 2018.
With only 18 days to go we hit the streets of Stoke-on-Trent to find out what the British public really think of the festive season.
Carters Green Farm in Weston, Crewe has been decorated with thousands of twinkling lights and decorations for the sixth year, by Graham Witter and his family.
Thirteen years ago, Staffordshire couple Paul and Sandra Edden took a leap of faith, ditching their “well paid” jobs to care for elderly, isolated people across the UK. It’s been some journey, as Staffslive’s Jamie Moore reports.
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.