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Stratford’s top cop defends low crime stats

Stratford’s top cop defends low crime stats

STRATFORD-upon-Avon’s top cop says low attendance rates at vehicle crime is “nothing new” in Warwickshire. Speaking exclusively to the Herald, Inspector Adrian Davis says just because officers attend only seven per cent of thefts from vehicles, it doesn’t mean the crimes are not properly investigated.

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BOOK REVIEW: Stratford-upon-Avon’s history charted from the Middle Ages to modern times

STRATFORD-UPON-AVON has a lot to thank Nick Fogg for. Although he was born and bred in the town, he hasn’t lived here for a very long time. But he clings to it with a passion that knows no bounds. His love of Stratford and all that goes with it – including a poet and playwright by the name of William Shakespeare – is such that he’s produced several books on the town (and even a scholarly book on the playwright). His latest homage to this small settlement in Warwickshire is Stratford-upon-Avon – The Biography, published by Amberley Publishing at £16:99.


Notable names feature in RSC’s new summer season

NEW seasons come about in different ways, according to Gregory Doran, the artistic director of the Royal Shakespeare Company, who announced his 2015 summer season. The forthcoming programme in the main house, which includes The Merchant of Venice and Othello, will run under the banner of the ‘Venice Season,’ a theme which will spread into the Swan Theatre when three contemporary takes on classic plays explore the notion of ‘the outsider’.


Russian orchestra to get classical series underway

WARWICK Arts Centre’s Concert Series for 2014/15 features a programme full of the world’s greatest music from internationally renowned orchestras and musicians. The Russian State Philharmonic Orchestra marks the beginning of the series on 7th October with a programme of Tchaikovsky and Rachmaninov. Sir Mark Elder and the Hallé return on 8th November, and Armonico Consort will provide festive joy with Handel’s Messiah on 14th December.


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