Paine Proffitt is a man whose artistic works are inspired by sport, some of which are displayed in the National Baseball Hall of Fame in America.
We all love an oatcake or two, a walk by the potteries factories, and the odd ‘ayup duck!’ in the street, but only the people of Stoke-on-Trent really know what their culture is.
Performing in multiple countries for well over twenty years, the Circus of Horrors has shocked, traumatised and entertained horror lovers since day one.
The Circus of Horrors, as seen on Britain’s Got Talent, are coming to show off their incredible skills, stunts and death-defying tricks for your squirm-in-your-seat pleasure.
This week dance troupes from all over Staffordshire and the West Midlands have come together to prove just how cultural Stoke-on-Trent really is. Kids from all over Staffordshire and beyond came together to show off their moves on stage at the Regent Theatre in Hanley, and had crowds of support for their efforts.
Round the Horne was a radio show featuring Kenneth Horne, Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Betty Marsden and Douglas Smith as crazy characters that could make you laugh. It ran between the years of 1965 to 1968.
Every Tuesday evening a group of wonderful people gather in the Penkhull Village Hall to practice musical melodies.