The Full Monty theater production made it to Stoke-on-Trent last night (19 November), telling the story of six unemployed ex-steel workers in 1980’s Sheffield who have nothing to lose other than their clothes!
Some of us are impulsive spenders while others can’t go a day without topping up our piggy banks!
But last year, Stoke-on-Trent was named the debt capital of England and Wales. Staffslive caught up with a local debt charity to offer some invaluable money advice.
Thousands of people packed in to Hanley town centre to mark the beginning of the Christmas season.
Their Christmas Light Switch On event, A Proper Stokie Christmas, started at 3.30pm.
The Regent Theatre, Hanley will be going ‘The Full Monty’ with a new production from Simon Beaufoy’s award-winning play based on the nineties hit film.
Calendar Girls: The Musical took to The Regent Theatre stage last night to a packed out audience to show everything. Louise Hill reviews.
Anti-Slavery day (October 18) aims to raise awareness for modern slavery and it’s victims. The Salvation Army have once again been doing their bit, this year, with a temporary tattoo campaign. The design features five people holding hands inside a barcode, with the accompanying hashtag, #WeAreNotForSale.
Dirty Dancing – the iconic 80’s film based in the 1960’s came to the Regent Theatre in Stoke yesterday (15 October).
Following public consultation, today beggars will face a £100 fine if caught begging or soliciting money in the city centre.
Staffordshire Police have invested time and funds on devices which will help detect knives in over 70 venues across the country.
Stoke-on-Trent City Council have announced their plans to demolish East-West precinct to kick-start development on the key city centre site.