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.
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.
Trading Love was a one-day only exhibition of music, art and literature conveniently placed in the centre of Hanley.
The world’s first pop-up, plug-in-and-play theatre, Roundabout, has arrived back in Stoke-on-Trent with three new shows.
This year Appetite promises to bring art and entertainment to Stoke that will top last years Big Feast.
Appetite have done it again, and this time they’ve brought in French company Transe Express to perform the Enchanted Chandelier.