Learning care at the New Vic
North Staffordshire students have launched their careers in care in a series of conferences at the New Vic.
Youngsters get some fighting spirit
New Vic Youth Theatre members have been learning the secrets of stage combat with a top industry fight choreographer.
Bringing Shakespeare to the stage for schoolchildren
Director Michael Fentiman talks about the Royal Shakespeare Company's First Encounter: The Taming of the Shrew which heads to North Staffordshire in March.
Rave reviews for An August Bank Holiday Lark
Rave reviews for the latest co-production between the New Vic and Northern Broadsides are pouring in.
101 claims top spot!
The New Vic’s The Hundred and One Dalmatians has become the most popular show in the theatre’s history with a record number of people seeing the production.
New Vic Annual Review 2012-2013
A £11.4 million impact on the local economy, 140,000 visits to the building and a 12% growth in audiences over the last five years. Take a look at our Annual Review here...
School joins search for the Dearly's Dalmatians!
St John’s Primary School in Keele has got on board with the search for Mr and Mrs Dearly’s Dalmatians.
Youth Theatre make waves with radio plays
New Vic Youth Theatre have wrapped up an exciting term by performing their very own radio plays in front of family and friends.
The littlest theatre-goers step into storytime
The littlest theatre-goers are discovering The Hundred and One Dalmatians in a spectacular story time with a difference.
Dotty about design!
For the New Vic’s Head of Design, Lis Evans, The Hundred and One Dalmatians is a very special production.
The show will go on - road closure won't stop Uncle Eric
The Thursday 5 December 7.30pm performance of Uncle Eric’s Murder at Christmas will go ahead as scheduled despite the collapse of a chimney closing a section of A53 Etruria Road.