FILM: Thomas Schubert plays Roman in intelligent slow-burning drama Breathing. The Austrian film follows the story of a young criminal who takes on a part-time job in a morgue in Vienna, where he is faced with a dead woman who bears his surname. It screens at Stoke Film Theatre on Thursday at 7.45pm. For tickets call 01782 411188. Seat prices are £5 and £4 for concessions.
CHOIR: The Barbara Walton Singers return to St Andrew's Church in the Westlands for a gala concert on Saturday. The event, which features internationally-renowned counter-tenor James Bowman, is being staged to mark the end of the choir's 20th anniversary year. Tickets (£12 or £2 for young students) will be available on the door or in advance from 01889 502377.
CLASSICAL: The Organ Prom series at the Victoria Hall continues in style on Saturday. Dr Francis Jackson, Organist Emeritus at York Minster, will play from noon. Francis is a much-loved performer in North Staffordshire and is now in his 90th year.Call the box office on 0844 871 7649.
PLAY: Peter Shaffer's dark psychological thriller Equus continues at the New Vic Theatre tonight. The play follows the story of Alan Strang, played by Matthew Pattimore, who is sent to a psychiatric hospital after he blinds six horses with a metal spike. Tickets, priced £10.50 to £19.50, are available from 01782 717962. Equus contains strong language, adult themes and nudity.
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JAZZ: Matt Palmer's The Beekeepers Four play at Norton Jazz Club on Thursday. The session begins at 8pm at Norton Cricket Club, Community Drive, Smallthorne. Admission is £7.