Firefighters boldly go to the rescue of Sir Patrick Stewart

SHIPSTON-ON-STOUR almost proved to be the final frontier for Star Trek actor Sir Patrick Stewart until a group of firefighters boldly came to his rescue when he had car trouble on the way to a meeting at the Royal Shakespeare Company. The 77-year-old – who played Captain Jean-Luc Pickard in the TV series – had a

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Tourism and culture winners announced

STRATFORD-UPON-AVON won four awards at Thursday night’s Coventry and Warwickshire Tourism and Culture Awards....

Warwick named top university in the Midlands

THE University of Warwick is the top-ranked university in the West Midlands, according to The Times and The Sunday Time...

Thousands expected at food festival

PREPARATIONS are underway today, Friday, for this weekend’s Stratford-upon-Avon Town Centre Food Festival. The fr...

Sport

Town youth bow out of FA Youth Cup with battling display

FOOTBALL Nuneaton Town  2-0 Stratford Town Youth FA Youth Cup, First Qualifying Round Report by Bryan Hale A GOAL in ea...

PHOTO GALLERY: Stratford Town FA Cup win over Redditch

STRATFORD Town were comfortable victors over league rivals and neighbours Redditch United on Saturday to set up a third ...

Stratford face Nuneaton in FA Youth Cup action

FOOTBALL STRATFORD Town Youth will be looking to emulate the seniors by making progress in their FA competition tonight ...

Arts & Entertainment

Female directors take charge at RSC

A day ahead of the Royal Shakespeare Company announcing their spring/summer 2018 season, artistic director Gregory Doran...

Judith’s 43 years at choir helm

AHEAD of a recruitment evening for singers, on Wednesday 20th September, the founder director of Alcester Male Voice Cho...

REVIEW: Kingdom Come at The Other Place, RSC

It seems fitting that on the day the founder of the RSC and great innovator Sir Peter Hall exits our world pursued by lo...

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