Regent Theatre

35/37 Piccadilly Stoke-on-Trent Staffordshire
Phone: 0844 871 7627

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When the Regent Theatre first opened its doors, it wasn’t a theatre at all but a cinema, presenting its first ever movie, the silent film The Last Command, in 1929. Sixty years later, after a couple of name changes, the venue closed, due in the main to the arrival of a six-screen cinema at nearby Festival Park. Shift forward in time ten years and the building reopened, this time as the theatre which the Potteries has come to know and love! The Regent has developed into one of the country’s foremost theatres and now presents a range of opera, dance, drama and musicals, with many productions showing at the venue either prior to or following a West End run.

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