Winning images from Leamington Spa Photographic Society’s annual exhibition competition are going on display at Kenilworth library.
Mock The Week and Have I Got News For You? regular Lucy Porter is headlining the next comedy night at the Granville pub in Barford, on Sunday June 30, ahead of her appearance at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
An afternoon and evening of Midsummer Madness is coming to Southam as musicians host a free festival.
A Mad World My Masters, Swan Theatre, Stratford. On until October 25. Box office: 01789 403492.
Original traditional and portrait paintings, contemporary and abstract art, films and pottery will make up the contrasting mix of works presented at the Tysoe Arts Trail this summer.
Adetomiwa Edun, who starred in the BBC’s Merlin, takes the lead role in Lionboy, a show for young people based on the novel by Zizou Corder, on at Warwick Arts Centre from Tuesday to Thursday.
Love, hope and loss are the focus of a new collection of semi-abstract landscape paintings by Warwick artist Toni Storey.
Leamington artist Sonia Bublaitis is auctioning a love-inspired painting in aid of an online support forum.
Sir Gawain and the Green Knight by the Playbox Theatre at the Dream Factory, Warwick, June 11.
Free opera and ballet performances are beaming live into Coventry’s Transport Museum as part of a national Big Screen scheme.
James and the Giant Peach, Belgrade Theatre, Coventry. On until Saturday (June 15). Box office: 024 7655 3055.
Lulo Reinhardt, Warwick Arts Centre, June 6.
Predator: Finishing Off What I Started When I Was Five, Warwick Arts Centre, June 11. On again tonight (June 12). Box office: 024 7652 4524.
Emerging musical talents from across the UK are being promoted at a new show coming to Leamington tonight (Wednesday).
Uncle Vanya, Loft Theatre, Leamington. On until Saturday (June 15). Box office: 0844 493 4938.
The landscapes and architecture of Cornwall, Wales, the south of France, Italy and Spain have fuelled the inspiration to create the artworks next on display at rural Warwickshire gallery, the Art Barn.
Belgrade Unplugged, Compton Verney, near Kineton. On at various venues until Saturday (June 15). Box office: 024 7655 3055.
An Olivier Award-winning writer’s stage production of Roald Dahl’s first children’s book, James and the Giant Peach, is coming to the Belgrade Theatre in Coventry.
Vocal harmony masters The Overtones will bring the sounds of Frank Sinatra to Warwick Castle’s Summer Proms event on Saturday July 13.
A one-act, all-male First World War drama is the Priory Theatre in Kenilworth’s entry into the Lighthorne Festival of One Act Plays.
Photographs of Leamington sights have been incorporated into the original designs of Leamington 22-year-old fashion design student Sarah Moran, whose final year collection was selected for this year’s Graduate Fashion Show in Leicester, which took place on Tuesday.
A story of magic, dangerous quest and the fury of earth demons is being brought to the stage by Warwick youth drama company, Playbox Theatre.
Audiences can have a tantalising glimpse into the lives of everyday folk in rural 19th century Russia as Chekhov’s masterpiece Uncle Vanya is brought to a Leamington stage.
Popular Cambridge-come-Londoners The Nextmen - also known as Brad Baloo and Dom Search - who have entertained crowds at club sets and festival-smashing performances at the likes of Glasotnbury or Bestival - are playing live at the Clarendon in Leamington on Saturday night (June 8).
The Mosquitoes, the Zephyr Lounge, Leamington, June 5.
St Mary’s church in Leamington is hosting a concert by Gospel Rock Christian music ministry agency on Saturday (June 8) at 7pm.
Thrills and chills are set to get spines a-tingling at the Leamington Literary Salon’s gathering at the town’s Real Tennis Club tomorrow (Thursday) night.
Night of the Musicians, Wild Boar pub, Lakin Road, Warwick, June 1.
Synth-pop pioneer Gary Numan is coming to Leamington’s Assembly for a one-off headline gig on Friday.
Audiences are being taken back to the Victorian era by Leamington drama group, Teatro, as they perform extracts staged at the town’s first theatre 200 years ago.
Organisers of Warwick Words festival of literature are so keen to share the wealth of talents around this year that the event has spilled over into the summer.
Join contemporary show Stars of the Opera on the stage at the Spa Centre in Leamington.
Audiences can enjoy classical piano playing, sparkling wine and afternoon tea at the church of St Peter and St Paul in Butlers Marston tomorrow (Sunday) as the village’s concert society hosts a recital by member Lynn Butler from 2.30pm (3pm start).
Young up-and-coming musicians are being invited to make use of a new music studio in Leamington’s Old Town.
A stark and powerful dramatic representation of the story of a German Jewish family persecuted by Nazis has been taken to the stage by young actors.
The Rise and Fall of Little Voice, Belgrade Theatre, Coventry. On until Saturday (June 1). Box office: 024 7655 3055.
Brit award-winning glam rock group The Darkness are playing in Coventry next week.
Our House, Talisman Theatre, Kenilworth. On until Saturday June 1. Box office: 856548.
An Old Town pub is returning to its thespian roots as Leamington theatre company Teatro bring live drama back there during the town’s history festival.
Leamington’s professional theatre company Heartbreak Productions are back to bring open air drama to south Warwickshire from early June.
From an Indian-flavoured version of The Snow Queen to cake-baking, star-hunting and dance productions, there is a whole line-up of family fun activities in place at Warwick Arts Centre for half-term.
Jumping jazz, melodic blues and family entertainment are taking over Solihull this weekend as the town’s Jazz and Blues Festival returns.
Two brothers and bandmates have opened a new space in Leamington for musicians to record, rehearse, sell records and merchandise and organise their products.
Bollywood and street dance styles combine in a new performance by Rifco Arts on at Warwick Arts Centre until tomorrow (Saturday). Break The Floorboards tells the story of teenager Zain, whose family, peer pressure and two left feet are getting in the way of his dreams of becoming a dancer. Performances are at 7.30pm, plus a 2.30pm matinee tomorrow, and tickets cost £15.50 to £18.50. Call 024 7652 4524.
Northumbrian dance tunes, Anglo Scots ballads and New Orleans jazz are among the eclectic influences on guitarist Martin Simpson, who is performing with his band at the Spa Centre in Leamington tonight (Friday).
Enjoy holiday May-hem at the Playbox Theatre’s Dream Factory this half term with events for all ages.
After a successful year of causing mayhem and mania at theatres across the UK, the Hormonal Housewives are back and stopping in Leamington this weekend.
Neighbours from hell make the lives of the central characters miserable in a social comedy coming to Kenilworth’s Talisman Theatre.
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Weather for Kenilworth
Thursday 20 June 2013
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