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BBC News Stoke & Staffordshire
The Stoke-on-Trent Live website's covering these stories today:
Theatres across the West Midlands and Cheshire joined a day of action around the UK to highlight the crisis facing the live events scene.
Venues including the Crewe Lyceum, Lichfield Garrick, Bedworth Civic Hall and Rugby Theatre turned their lights red as part of the Red Alert campaign.
The Red Alert movement and #WeMakeEvents marches aimed to raise awareness about the threat of job losses in the sector.
Last month, the government announced a £1.57bn support package aimed at protecting theatres, galleries and museums.
The government has previously said that will lead to more work for freelancers. The furlough scheme and support for self-employed people are due to end in the coming months - and many freelancers were not eligible for them at all.
More thunderstorms are being forecast for the West Midlands today after a hot and humid start.
The Met Office has a yellow weather warning covering the whole region until midnight and said the severe storms could bring lightning and torrential downpours.
However, it added there was "significant uncertainty" about where and when there would be thunderstorms.
BBC Weather Watchers
We had thunderstorms and lots of lightning across the West Midlands last night and our BBC Weather Watchers were busy trying to snap photos of it.
Here are three from users Greg in Stoke-on-Trent, LeoPaul in Leominster, Herefordshire and WetWest in Kingsbury, Warwickshire: