Added to Creative Stoke, 21st July 2010

New! 21.07.10    
PICL to hold a one-day conference on Learning through Dramatic Enquiry, in Stoke-on-Trent. The date is 14th October 2010 (8.45am – 3.30pm) and the venue is Stoke-on-Trent Repertory Theatre (a short walk from the train station). Register on the site to receive your booking form and updated programme for the day. For more information email:

New! 21.07.10    
Keele Science and Business Park is to host a “Jelly” event on 29th July 2010. Jelly is free, and day passes are available to reserve. Jelly is described as a…

“casual monthly co-working event where home workers, freelancers and small business owners get together and all work together in the same place for a day. The event will appeal to anyone who wants a change of environment once in a while, and an opportunity to participate in a mixture of work, chat, sharing ideas, helping others with business issues, passing on tips and even collaborating on the birth of new projects.”

New! 21.07.10    
The film SoulBoy (formerly Souled Out), partly filmed in Stoke-on-Trent, is a tribute to the classic Northern Soul scene in 1974. The film is now set to have one of its first screenings in Stoke-on-Trent, at the King’s Hall on 21st August 2010, a week before nationwide release.

New! 21.07.10    
Staffordshire University is now running a scheme for local graduates and employers. The scheme lets employers employ a local graduate for a period of four weeks, to help support or develop any area of your business. There is a ‘Graduate Bursary’ to the employer of £800 from the University, to which the employer adds £200 and then runs the graduate through their payroll – the graduate is paid at £250 per week for the four weeks. Interested? Full inormation from:

New! 21.07.10    
Would you like a PhD arts researcher in your school? Researchers in Residence brings together researchers, children and teachers to provide placements in secondary schools across the UK. The scheme is open to all PhD and post-doctoral researchers, who are funded directly or indirectly by one of the seven UK Research Councils — including the Arts and Humanities Research Council. See the website for full details.

New! 21.07.10    
Room in The Roof is a local writers’ group, meeting weekly in Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent.


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