|Type of event:||Performance|
|Venue:||All saints Church Hanley|
|Ticket pricing/options:||Tickets are free.|
The Queen's Shoulders
In 1964 Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II sat for Staffordshire artist Arnold Machin, as he modelled a clay cameo for British coins and stamps.
However, Machin only sculpted the Queen's Head, and the Palace decided it needed something extra - shoulders!
On this 70th Jubilee weekend, the Phoenix Singers and Claybody Theatre bring you the true story behind those famous shoulders in words and music.
You'll never look at a stamp in the same way again.
This is a ticketed FREE event, funded by the Let's Create Jubilee fund. Free tickets are required for entry, available from: