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Celebrate Literary Heroes

21st February 2017

Jane Austen Evenings Stoneleigh Abbey

With several major anniversaries being celebrated this year – including the 200th anniversary of Jane Austen’s death and 20 years since publication of the first Harry Potter book – 2017 is set to be a bumper year for literary lovers.

Arts and crafts galore!

26th October 2016

Warwickshire Open Studio

Although best known for its literary connections, Shakespeare’s England also has an artistic side with numerous art-based events taking place throughout the year.

Beat the boredom

19th August 2016

Summer Art Club Leamington Spa Museum and Art Gallery

We might be over halfway through the school holidays, but there really is no reason for the children to be getting bored.

Family fun at Warwick Folk Festival

01st July 2016

Family fun at Warwick Folk Festival. Warwick Folk Festival

The streets of Warwick come alive from 21-24 July with the return of the annual Warwick Folk Festival! This vibrant four-day music & dance extravaganza has something for young and old, making it a fabulous day out for families looking for festival fun!

Making Mischief Festival at The Other Place

28th June 2016

The Other Place Festival, Stratford-upon-Avon The_Other_Place_exterior_April_2016_2016_Photo_by_Stewart_Hemley_c_RSC_190179.jpg

What is acceptable to say in the modern world and what is taboo? Confront your own assumptions in the times we live in.

Shakespeare 400: celebrating a lasting legacy

14th April 2016

Shakespeare400 exhibition at Collegiate Church of St Mary, Warwick Shakespeare's Schoolroom and Guildhall

Just two years ago Stratford-upon-Avon put out the bunting to celebrate Shakespeare’s 450th birthday in style. This year the historic market town has another major series of events planned to mark 4OO years since the Bard’s death, which also happens to fall on 23rd April.