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Raving for icon Maxi

Raving for icon Maxi

Raving for icon Maxi

05 June 2023

This year’s Classic Ibiza sold-out show at Ragley Hall will pay homage to Faithless frontman Maxi Jazz, who sadly died in December


Weightlifter, professional twit and imaginary ice cream friend...

Weightlifter, professional twit and imaginary ice cream friend...

Weightlifter, professional twit and imaginary ice cream friend...

03 June 2023

INTERVIEW: Comedian, actor and writer Jessica Fostekew is one of the stellar stand ups taking the stage tonight for Live at the RSC


Vibrant and smart

Vibrant and smart

Vibrant and smart

22 May 2023

REVIEW: Consent at The Loft, Leamington


Loyd Grossman to host food fair in Shipston

Loyd Grossman to host food fair in Shipston

Loyd Grossman to host food fair in Shipston

17 May 2023

The event will highlight local producers and support the town’s foodbank.


Legal drama runs at the Loft

Legal drama runs at the Loft

Legal drama runs at the Loft

04 May 2023

Justice is put in the dock in a powerful play about sexual consent.


Go with the Flo

Go with the Flo

Go with the Flo

04 May 2023

One-woman play based on a grandmother’s memories by RSC actor Christopher Saul returns this Saturday, 8th May to Ilimington village hall


A mystical tale with a modern twist

A mystical tale with a modern twist

A mystical tale with a modern twist

21 April 2023

Welsh National Opera’s production of The Magic Flute comes to Birmingham Hippodrome in May


King of one liners has new show

King of one liners has new show

King of one liners has new show

21 April 2023

Comedian Tim Vine brings his brand of nonsense to Stratford Play House


Celebrate the 459th birthday of Shakespeare

Celebrate the 459th birthday of Shakespeare

Celebrate the 459th birthday of Shakespeare

16 April 2023

What's happening when and where at this year's festivities.


Upending classics and making new again

Upending classics and making new again

Upending classics and making new again

08 April 2023

INTERVIEW: Atri Banerjee’s Julius Caesar is not a standard white-men-in-togas production. He tells Gill Sutherland about his innovative theatre-making


Countdown's Susie Dent helps launch new Shakespeare exhibition in Stratford

Countdown's Susie Dent helps launch new Shakespeare exhibition in Stratford

Countdown's Susie Dent helps launch new Shakespeare exhibition in Stratford

31 March 2023

The exhibition, A Great Variety of Readers – 400 Years of Shakespeare’s First Folio, is open at New Place.


Iconoclastic and bomb-tastic

Iconoclastic and bomb-tastic

Iconoclastic and bomb-tastic

30 March 2023

**** Reviewer Steve Sutherland finds a lot to admire in Atri Banerjee’s bold and playful take on Julius Caesar at the RSC


Veteran cast take on youthful love tale

Veteran cast take on youthful love tale

Veteran cast take on youthful love tale

26 March 2023

Geraldine James takes up the role of Rosalind in a forthcoming RSC production of As You Like It which features a company of veteran actors


Recalling the importance of First Folio as new Shakespeare exhibition opens in Stratford

Recalling the importance of First Folio as new Shakespeare exhibition opens in Stratford

Recalling the importance of First Folio as new Shakespeare exhibition opens in Stratford

24 March 2023

The display, which marks the 400th anniversary of the Folio, includes a tiny notebook giving a 12,000-word commentary on the text.


Hamnet tickets to go on sale as London dates announced

Hamnet tickets to go on sale as London dates announced

Hamnet tickets to go on sale as London dates announced

24 March 2023

Hamnet has sold out in Stratford but RSC has announced London transfer to Garrick Theatre for 14-week run


Night and day at the museum

Night and day at the museum

Night and day at the museum

22 March 2023

Country park, museum and art gallery Compton Verney is entering a new era under chief exec Geraldine Collinge who promises plenty of fun for families


65 voices unite for Henley concert

65 voices unite for Henley concert

65 voices unite for Henley concert

16 March 2023

Alcester Male Voice Choir to perform this Saturday at Memorial Hall.


Book launch as Bidford's history explored in a new edition

Book launch as Bidford's history explored in a new edition

Book launch as Bidford's history explored in a new edition

14 March 2023

A book that takes readers back in time to Bidford in the 1920s will get its official launch on Saturday (18th March).


Yuko Sano joins symphony concert

Yuko Sano joins symphony concert

Yuko Sano joins symphony concert

10 March 2023

Young Japanese pianist to perform at Stratford Play House on Sunday, 19th March.


Stratford to host start of women's international cycling race

Stratford to host start of women's international cycling race

Stratford to host start of women's international cycling race

09 March 2023

The rown will be the starting point for a international cycling race this summer that will feature some of the world’s best riders.


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