Visiting

The 2017 Festival will take place across eight festival sites based across Stoke-On-Trent.  

The Original Spode Factory
Josiah Spode l acquired the site  in 1776 and Spode wares were made there continuously until 2008. In the 19th Century it was one of the two largest potteries in Staffordshire, boasting some 22 bottle ovens and employing around a thousand people. Find out more about Spode, explore the Spode Museum Trust

The 2017 festival will encompass main building and allow visitors to explore the magnificent China Hall and connecting spaces.

The Original Spode Factory site, China Hall, Spode, Kingsway, Stoke-on-Trent, ST4 1JH
Tuesday to Saturday, 10am - 5pm & Sunday, 12pm - 5pm
info@britishceramicsbiennial.com 07960 518206

Potteries Museum & Art Gallery
The Potteries Museum & Art Gallery provides the chance to explore the history of The Potteries including the world’s greatest collection of Staffordshire ceramics, a World War II Spitfire, decorative arts and natural history.

The Potteries Museum & Art Gallery, Bethesda Street, Stoke-on-Trent, ST1 3DW
Monday to Saturday, 10am - 5pm & Sunday 11am - 4pm
+44(0)1782 232323

AirSpace Gallery 
Founded in 2006, AirSpace Gallery is a collaborative, artist led project space which through a dynamic and evolving programme of exhibitions, events and activities AirSpace Gallery brings critical, high quality contemporary art to the region and provides opportunities for a broad range of artists through a vibrant mix of exhibitions, residencies, projects, artist development events and public realm works.

AirSpace Gallery, 2-4 Broad Street, Stoke-on-Trent, ST1 4HL
Thursday to Sunday, 11am - 5pm. Tuesday and Wednesday by appointment
mail@airspacegallery.org  +44(0)1782 261221