Gladstone Pottery Museum – a Stoke-on-Trent Delight

Stoke-on-Trent and Pottery go hand in hand. For centuries the City has produced pottery which can be seen all over the world, and the history dating back over 300 years is quite remarkable. A...
Nicholas Richardson as Philip Astley

Astley’s Astounding Adventures at the New Vic

Astley’s Astounding Adventures - increase the added emphasis on Astounding by one million per cent and you might just be able to imagine what this sensational show achieves via this review. Unbelievable circus performers combined...
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Ford Green Hall – Fascinating Little Gem

Along Ford Green Road, in Smallthorne a delightful little gem can be found. One steeped in history and set in beautiful surroundings away from the hustle and the bustle. That gem is Ford Green...
Hairspray at The Regent

Hairspray Review – The Regent Theatre

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Table at New Vic

Table at the New Vic – Review

Have you ever inherited a heirloom which has been passed down through the generations of your family? And if you have, have you ever wondered what stories that piece of jewellery, painting or even...
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War Horse set to return to The Regent Theatre in Stoke-on-Trent

Author Michael Morpurgo announced at the Stoke-on-Trent Festival in the Factory that War Horse, the unforgettable theatrical event based on his beloved novel, will return to the Regent Theatre in Stoke-on-Trent in 2019. War Horse...
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Thoroughly Modern Millie Review – The Regent Theatre

Following your dreams can have it’s ups and downs. Leaving your home town to go in search of that career you’ve only before imagined, or that husband, or wife, you have only dreamt about...
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Whisky Galore Review at the New Vic

An extraordinary wartime story once emerged from the Outer Hebrides concerning a ship that foundered in rough seas on rocks off Eriskay and dumping its cargo of 264,000 bottles of Scotch Whisky into the...
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Educating Rita at the New Vic Theatre Review

Growing up, learning and finding your own personal niche in life is never easy. Often the sense of alienation can fall upon us all at some point whilst merging from child to adult, from...
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Votes For Women

It was apparently once said that it was a great mistake in allowing women to talk, and it is a fact that women in the UK were not allowed to vote until 1918. The...

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