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Tourists to the Potteries 1698-1933

25/05/202010:0026/05/2020 07:01Leave a Comment

We think of tourism as something that developed in the 20th century with the widespread adoption of rail, motor and air travel but for from the 17th century onward, those that had the money and leisure to do so, travelled around Britain, often keeping journals of where they visited and what they saw. Unlike other […]

Tragic lovers in pottery

08/02/202116:1511/02/2021 11:08Leave a Comment

Tragic love, where one or both lovers die, has been a popular theme in literature and art. Traditionally, if the female partner survived they were supposed to be inconsolable, forever mourning their lost love, and giving artists the opportunity to depict grieving young women in a variety of ways. Many tragic lovers were drawn from […]

Trench Panoramas

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Valentine’s Day

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Great cards and gifts for the one you love – 20% off these marked prices until February 14 To order using our postal delivery service please call 01782 232323 or email Cards 2 Tango Vines and Flower Fields pop-up cards. £5 each Vintage Matchbox cards. £3 each Myrtle’s Garden cards. £3 each Moorland Pottery […]

Variety of Life

06/10/202114:5408/10/2021 09:11Leave a Comment

Do you think there are living things in other parts of the Universe? What is life? Living things can grow, reproduce and react to their environment. Listen to the Variety of Life Panel Text: Star Objects


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02/12/2017 – 08/04/2018

Visions in Stone: Gilbert Ledward RA – Sculpture and Drawings

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08/12/2018 – 31/03/2019


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Our new Spitfire Gallery has opened to the public for the first time and is expected to be one of the region’s top free attractions – adding an incredible new dimension to the already wonderful museum and the city’s tourism offer. The iconic plane has undergone a three-year project to restore it to its former […]

Vlog: Meet Glenn Roadley, Natural Science Curator

25/03/202012:2408/04/2020 11:34Leave a Comment

Hello everyone, and welcome to the first in what will hopefully be a series of videos from behind the scenes at The Potteries Museum & Art Gallery in Stoke-on-Trent. Each week we’ll quizzing a different member of our team to find out just what makes the museum tick. In this first episode I’ll be interviewing […]

Vlog: Meet Joe Perry, Local History Curator

03/04/202008:0002/04/2020 14:44Leave a Comment

Hello, welcome to the second of our Meet the Team video series where we quiz a member of the team and find out a bit more about their job and what makes the museum tick. What is your name and job title? My name is Joe Perry and I’m the Curator of Local History at […]