The Big Feast Top Ten Tips!The Big Feast returns to town on Friday 25 & Sat 26 August with two days of FREE performances in Stoke-on-Trent City Centre.
Start planning your adventure by downloading the full programme and pick up a copy on the day from The Big Feast HQ.
And to make your weekend extra delicious, check out our Top Ten Tips!
Eyes down! Take the Big Feast fun to the next level and pick up your free Kids Pack and Bingo Card from The Big Feast HQ to play Big Feast Bingo! Return your cards for the chance of winning some fab prizes.
It’s time to dance like its 1985! Dust off those dancing shoes and wriggle those hips as Miss High Leg Kick and co lead you in the Audition Project in Albion Sq!
Go around the world in Hanley Indoor Market in Fantastical Tales with renowned storyteller Peter Chand. Plus, while you're there find out about Roundabout 'pop up' theatre coming to town in October and check out their awesome model box.
Pass the popcorn! Make your very own car in our DIY Drive In workshop and settle in for some seriously cool animations in Colour Box. Plus make your very own Big Feast Badge with Wavemaker, all in the Big Feast HQ.
Experience the stories of those who have travelled from around the country and around the world to Stoke-on-Trent and made it home, in a brand new photography exhibition created by award winning photographer Sam Ivin and local people, Settling.
Replenish yourself with a hand-cooked poem, made to order at The Poetry Takeaway, outside the Albion Pub.
Grab your mates and experience the healing touch of Charlie O’Taney, the mafia hit man turned Brookyln Healer in Miraculous Theatre company’s hilarious, interactive show taking place outside the Albion Pub.
Follow Alice in Wonderland on her adventures as the one and only Royal Opera House reimagine their best loved shows and bring their talents to the streets of the City Centre on Saturday.
And, finally, after a busy two days... cosy on down in The Big Feast HQ with a drink from our bar provided by Bottlecraft and savour some poetry and spoken word from The Poetry Takeaway chefs and local poets, in a very special Poetry Takeaway Live!
Phew! What a weekend!