DANCE: Two of the city's most successful dance schools will showcase pupils' work at The Regent theatre from Tuesday. The double bill of shows sees The Angela Beardmore School of Dance celebrate 25 years with Take 25 and Studio 1 marking its 10th anniversary with Streetlife. The productions will run on alternate evenings until Saturday, June 30. Call the box office on 0844 871 7627 to book tickets and for further information.
CHOIR: The Barbara Walton Singers return to St Andrew's Church in the Westlands for a gala concert tonight. 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.
THEATRE: Stoke Rep Players turn their hand to nail-biting suspense with NJ Crisp's Dangerous Obsession. The production, which closes the Players' main season, finishes its run tonight at 7.30pm. There is an additional matinee performance at 2.30pm. Call 01782 209784.
FESTIVAL: Today sees the fourth Stoke-on-Trent Punk and Ska festival take place at The Full Moon in Newcastle. Local bands such as English Dogs, Wasted Life, Biteback, Outl4w and more besides, play from 1pm. Entry is £13 on the door, with a discounted rate for children.
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PLAY: It's the last chance to see Peter Shaffer's dark psychological thriller Equus at the New Vic Theatre tonight. Tickets, priced £10.50 to £19.50, are available from 01782 717962. Equus contains strong language, adult themes and nudity.