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Pensioner poet offers antidote to isolation

Pensioner poet offers antidote to isolation

Pensioner poet offers antidote to isolation

27 January 2021

Joe Nash's poem This Land shortlisted in competition


LOCKDOWN MASTERCLASS: How to make the perfect gin cocktail

LOCKDOWN MASTERCLASS: How to make the perfect gin cocktail

LOCKDOWN MASTERCLASS: How to make the perfect gin cocktail

24 January 2021

The Shakespeare Distillery show how to make Tudor Tom Collins


Stratford artist Andrew Field takes part in TV competition show

Stratford artist Andrew Field takes part in TV competition show

Stratford artist Andrew Field takes part in TV competition show

22 January 2021

See how Andrew gets on competing against 50 others on TV show


IEW OF THE YEAR: Best arts events from 2020

IEW OF THE YEAR: Best arts events from 2020

IEW OF THE YEAR: Best arts events from 2020

15 January 2021

Herald arts contributors look back on a few highlights from last year


Designer draws attention to charms of Stratford and beyond

Designer draws attention to charms of Stratford and beyond

Designer draws attention to charms of Stratford and beyond

11 January 2021

Illustrator Adam Beardsmore’s work is inspired by art deco tourist posters


END OF YEAR REVIEW: The best books from 2020

END OF YEAR REVIEW: The best books from 2020

END OF YEAR REVIEW: The best books from 2020

07 January 2021

Stratford Literary Festival (SLF) folk and other local reading enthusiasts share their favourite reads from last year


Get a flavour of RSC's new jazz-inspired Midsummer Night's Dream this weekend

Get a flavour of RSC's new jazz-inspired Midsummer Night's Dream this weekend

Get a flavour of RSC's new jazz-inspired Midsummer Night's Dream this weekend

06 January 2021

A livestreamed work-in-progress concert will be broadcast from the RSC on Saturday


New radio drama tells of Ilmington's role in early royal Christmas broadcast

New radio drama tells of Ilmington's role in early royal Christmas broadcast

New radio drama tells of Ilmington's role in early royal Christmas broadcast

29 December 2020

Writer Mark Carey's drama Voices in the Air was recorded for the BBC ahead of the festive season


The panto that goes wrong but was so right!

The panto that goes wrong but was so right!

The panto that goes wrong but was so right!

29 December 2020

Tread the Boards' production has been hit by Covid restrictions, last-minute switches and floods but still they triumphed


Former Stratford College student Isaac Stuart steps in for Rick Astley

Former Stratford College student Isaac Stuart steps in for Rick Astley

Former Stratford College student Isaac Stuart steps in for Rick Astley

28 December 2020

Up-and-coming singer impresses Elton John while guesting on Chris Evans radio show


Warwick Folk Festival looking for new leaders after Dickson steps down

Warwick Folk Festival looking for new leaders after Dickson steps down

Warwick Folk Festival looking for new leaders after Dickson steps down

24 December 2020

Festival is back on for July 2021 but new folk needed


Cheers not tiers as RSC broadcasts festive show

Cheers not tiers as RSC broadcasts festive show

Cheers not tiers as RSC broadcasts festive show

19 December 2020

Ahead of Festive Tales livestreaming from the RSC tonight, Herald arts spoke to a Christmassy Erica Whyman who is directing the show


Alcester Male Voice Choir make a cautious return

Alcester Male Voice Choir make a cautious return

Alcester Male Voice Choir make a cautious return

14 December 2020

Choir brings a bit of Christmas spirit to Alcester on Saturday


Arts given £22.4million lifeline

Arts given £22.4million lifeline

Arts given £22.4million lifeline

11 December 2020

Arts council give awards as part of government’s £1.57billion Culture Recovery Fun


RSC secures £19.4m loan as redundancies loom

RSC secures £19.4m loan as redundancies loom

RSC secures £19.4m loan as redundancies loom

11 December 2020

Theatre secure repayable finance to the government’s Culture Recovery Fund but some staff will still be laid off


INTERVIEW: RSC actor Jane Lapotaire #ArtistInRetreat

INTERVIEW: RSC actor Jane Lapotaire #ArtistInRetreat

INTERVIEW: RSC actor Jane Lapotaire #ArtistInRetreat

09 December 2020

Actor Jane Lapotaire is her wise and witty self in this exclusive chat with Herald arts


Ragley wins starring role in The Crown

Ragley wins starring role in The Crown

Ragley wins starring role in The Crown

03 December 2020

Ragley Hall has won a starring role in TV's hit series The Crown – by standing in as Princess Diana's Althorp home.


Singer Andrew keeps sane and carries on... raising funds for Children in Need

Singer Andrew keeps sane and carries on... raising funds for Children in Need

Singer Andrew keeps sane and carries on... raising funds for Children in Need

25 November 2020

Singer Andrew James raised an incredible £3,001 for Children in Need by performing online. Usually available for hire to sing at weddings and corporate…


STRATFORD LITERARY FESTIVAL: Live and virtual from this weekend

STRATFORD LITERARY FESTIVAL: Live and virtual from this weekend

STRATFORD LITERARY FESTIVAL: Live and virtual from this weekend

21 November 2020

Stratford Literary Festival’s Winter Weekend has kicked off with a great line up of authors speaking in exclusive online interviews. Each event costs…


Remembering Matilda a decade after it opened

Remembering Matilda a decade after it opened

Remembering Matilda a decade after it opened

09 November 2020

Matilda The Musical made its premiere at Stratford ten years ago to this very day (9th November) 2020. Directed by Matthew Warchus, with book by Dennis…


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