23/8/19 6pm-7:30pm Mitchell Arts Centre – Spitfire Cafe Bar Hosted by Stoke-on-Trent poet Gabriella Gay, eight of the region’s best and bravest poets go head-to-head armed only with haiku. It’s poetry, talent show and an appreciation of the ancient Japanese haiku rolled into one fun-filled night! Who will be crowned Stoke’s first Haiku Slam Champion?
24/8/19 7:30pm Join Appetite & Mitchell Arts Centre at The Big Feast for a screening of Stoke-filmed Northern Soul drama Soulboy, along with Northern Soul music and dance from Stoke-on-Trent’s Passion & The Veins! Soulboy:It’s 1974 in the Midlands where power cuts, strikes and boot-boy aggro on football terraces are the norm. Joe McCain and best friend Russ Mountjoy are stuck in dead-end jobs … More Info
Tuesday evenings beginning 3rd September to 8th October inclusive 6:30-8pm Adult Acting Course There are so many acting methodologies that actors can utilise when creating a character for performance. This course gives a flavour of different approaches, which all allow actors to aim to ‘live truthfully within imagined and given circumstances.’ Each week is self-contained … More Info
Tuesday evenings beginning 15th October to 19th November inclusive 6:30-8pm Adult Directing for the Stage Course Using a variety of texts, participants will be taken through various professional approaches to directing plays. This dynamic and explorative course will allow you to build tools in these areas and give you confidence to ‘problem solve’ on the … More Info
11/10/2019 7:30pm Dick Whittington Have you ever watched a pantomime and wondered what mischief the cast would get up to if there weren’t any children in the audience? Now’s your chance to find out – and what better show to add a ‘Grown-Up’ twist to than DICK WHITTINGTON?! Starring Top UK Dame LEE REDWOOD as … More Info