SPACE: The Potteries Museum and Art Gallery hosts an exhibition to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the last visit to the moon. The display, entitled Moon, is being staged in honour of Apollo 17 Commander Eugene Cernan. Visitors will see a selection of space and exploration equipment and memorabilia, including a glove worn by a Russian cosmonaut while in space and a flag which was taken to the moon. The event is free and runs until February 24. For more information visit www.stokemuseums.org.uk/exhibitions.
THEATRE: Charles Dickens's A Christmas Carol continues at the New Vic Theatre this week. Adapted from the novel by the theatre's artistic director Theresa Heskins, the production is being brought to life by the same creative team behind last year's Alice In Wonderland. The show continues its run until Saturday, January 19. Call 01782 717962.
PANTO: DE Caversmill Theatre Company is staging Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs at the Stoke Rep Theatre. The stage show of the traditional tale will run from tomorrow until Sunday, January 6 at the theatre in Leek Road. To book tickets call 01782 317151.
CLASSICAL: The Halle orchestra perform a Viennese gala at Hanley's Victoria Hall on Friday. Expect New Year traditional favourites such as Strauss's Emperor Waltz, The Blue Danube and Radetzky March. Call the box office on 0844 871 7627 to book tickets.
Visiting the Home & Garden show this Sunday?
We will have some exclusive deals for you so make sure you visit our stand and say hello
Terms: With free entry just visit the show at the Moat House hotel Festival Park between 11am and 4pm and pick up a leaflet
Contact: 01782 342609
Valid until: Sunday, June 23 2013
SHOW: Jonathan Wilkes continues his return to pantomime at The Regent theatre this week. Join Jonathan and Torchwood star Kai Owen for festive family favourite Cinderella. The show continues its run until Friday, January 4. Tickets are available from 0844 871 7649.
GIG: Cock's Entry play at The White Lion, in Penkhull, on Saturday from 9pm. Admission is free.