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Children's voices fill Holy Trinity

Children's voices fill Holy Trinity

Children's voices fill Holy Trinity

27 June 2016

HOLY Trinity Church resounded to the voices of 350 year three and four pupils from primary schools across Stratford on Wednesday, 15th June. Over the…


Fairies spotted in Stratford!

Fairies spotted in Stratford!

Fairies spotted in Stratford!

21 June 2016

If you’ve spotted fairies flitting about Avonbank Gardens or seen a dolphin or two on the river – do not worry, you haven’t gone mad, yet. Inspired by…


Potter about at Open Studios!

Potter about at Open Studios!

Potter about at Open Studios!

21 June 2016

FROM Saturday, 18th June, to Sunday, 3rd July, artists across the county will be opening up their work spaces to allow the public to have a nosey around…


Bookshop hosts an evening with Adam Henson

Bookshop hosts an evening with Adam Henson

Bookshop hosts an evening with Adam Henson

21 June 2016

BRITAIN's best known farmer, Countryfile's Adam Henson, is to talk about his new memoirs to mark the 20th anniversary of Blandford Books of Broadway. It…


A night with Clare Teal

A night with Clare Teal

A night with Clare Teal

20 June 2016

MUCH-admired performer Clare Teal plays at the Stratford-upon-Avon ArtsHouse on Friday, 24th June. The last time she came to the town the Radio 2 presenter…


REVIEW: Tannhäuser at Longborough

REVIEW: Tannhäuser at Longborough

REVIEW: Tannhäuser at Longborough

17 June 2016

Preston Witts reviews Tannhäuser, Longborough Festival Opera, Thursday, 9th June YET again Longborough Festival Opera has set the bar high in its celebration…


Shipston Proms Festival to get off to a rousing start

Shipston Proms Festival to get off to a rousing start

Shipston Proms Festival to get off to a rousing start

16 June 2016

THE 18th Shipston-on-Stour Proms Music Festival begins with a big bang on Friday, 17th June. Beatbox band Duke, who were hugely popular on last year's…


INTERVIEW: On the set of Father Brown

INTERVIEW: On the set of Father Brown

INTERVIEW: On the set of Father Brown

09 June 2016

Gill Sutherland meets Mark Williams and Martin Kemp on the set of Father Brown YOU usually feel a bit nostalgic when you enter the rather splendidly landscaped…


RSC Artistic Director gets Hay Festival honour

RSC Artistic Director gets Hay Festival honour

RSC Artistic Director gets Hay Festival honour

04 June 2016

THE Artistic Director of the Royal Shakespeare Company, Gregory Doran, has been awarded the Hay Festival Medal for Drama. Gregory was presented his medal…


Stratford Music Centre to close in August

Stratford Music Centre to close in August

Stratford Music Centre to close in August

02 June 2016

STRATFORD-UPON-AVON Music Centre will close in August, it has been announced. The centre has provided formal and informal individual and group tuition…


Stars on patch for Father Brown filming

Stars on patch for Father Brown filming

Stars on patch for Father Brown filming

21 May 2016

FORMER Spandau Ballet and Eastenders star Martin Kemp and Harry Potter actor and Fast Show star Mark Williams were at Upton House this week to film scenes…


Games and Thrones: Round two of bloody play

Games and Thrones: Round two of bloody play

Games and Thrones: Round two of bloody play

19 May 2016

PLAYBOX’S acclaimed reworking of Shakespeare’s Henry Vl plays moves to St Mary’s Church in Warwick for more performances following a hugely-successful…


Twirl power: join dance class for summer shows

Twirl power: join dance class for summer shows

Twirl power: join dance class for summer shows

18 May 2016

DANCE teacher, Gemma Joyce, poses with young dancers after recently launching Saturday morning classes covering ballet, jazz, lyrical, and showcase work,…


REVIEW: Cymbeline at the RSC

REVIEW: Cymbeline at the RSC

REVIEW: Cymbeline at the RSC

18 May 2016

I had misgivings about coming to see this production of Cymbeline at the RSC. A friend had pinged me a message after seeing it the day before: “I have…


Drawing in the crowds

Drawing in the crowds

Drawing in the crowds

17 May 2016

TWO art exhibitions saw local artists display their fine work over a gloriously sunny weekend. The Stratford Art Fair was put on by Friends of Stratford…


The diva and the fiddler

The diva and the fiddler

The diva and the fiddler

17 May 2016

HUSBAND and wife duo who live in Vienna, Diana Jacklin, soprano, and Hartmut Ometzberger, violin, are including Whichford on Sunday, 22nd May, in a tour…


A night under the stars with Dean, Cruise and Broderick

A night under the stars with Dean, Cruise and Broderick

A night under the stars with Dean, Cruise and Broderick

16 May 2016

AT the end of May, Stratford-upon-Avon’s Picturehouse cinema will celebrate the Bank Holiday weekend by welcoming back the annual pop-up event with an…


Campden music festival: the film!

Campden music festival: the film!

Campden music festival: the film!

13 May 2016

BAFTA and Emmy award-winning film-maker Sheila Hayman documented the coming together of the Chipping Campden Festival orchestra in her fascinating documentary…


'Great interpreter of Shakespeare' Yukio Ninagawa dies

'Great interpreter of Shakespeare' Yukio Ninagawa dies

'Great interpreter of Shakespeare' Yukio Ninagawa dies

13 May 2016

Yukio Ninagawa , the Japanese stage director known for his adaptations of Shakespeare, has died aged 80. In response to the sad news, the RSC posted a…


Comedian Shazia Mirza on Isis and the Kardashians!

Comedian Shazia Mirza on Isis and the Kardashians!

Comedian Shazia Mirza on Isis and the Kardashians!

13 May 2016

COMEDIAN and writer Shazia Mirza is a regular face on TV, offering insights and humour on subjects that are considered a no-jokes zone. Tonight (Friday,…


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