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Shakespeare Lions will be helping Father Christmas visit the streets of Stratford.
Contemporary Arts Fair Discover:Gather:Give clocks up another colourful year at Stratford Town Hall.
Production company Two Hats Films was shooting the latest scenes for its Second World War movie.
Noah sails into Stratford on his ark… don’t worry there is no flood, just fun Mystery Plays at Holy Trinity.
REVIEW: The Box of Delights at the RSC *** (three stars)
Nia Gwynne is relishing her return to the RSC stage to play jewel thief Sylvia Daisy Pouncer.
The Bear Pit Theatre launches film nights with showing of Allelujah starring Judi Dench, Jennifer Saunders, David Bradley, Derek Jacobi, et al.
REVIEW: Cowbois at the RSC is a trail and saddle-blazing winner, five stars
Bonfire Night is nearly here so here’s a round-up of local firework displays.
Horrible Histories and Ghosts star Mathew Baynton announced as Bottom in RSC’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
The Makers’ Space to stage Firefest, new family celebration of autumn this weekend.
INTERVIEW: The company behind The Cherry Orchard at the Bear Pit, Stratford, speak about the complex and compelling Chekhov drama.
His new book SAS Forged in Hell brings the Commander of the SAS and the most decorated British soldier, gloriously to life.
There’s some new and frightening experiences to be had at Warwick Castle… but do they have the fear-factor?
Forty years ago today – on 23rd October 1983 – Echo & The Bunnymen stole the show at the RSC. Music journalist Steve Sutherland looks back.
Reuben Joseph talks about going from Hamilton in the West End to Macbeth at the RSC.
Your guide to the Halloween themed happenings this October half term.
The Box of Delights will be this year’s festive family show at the RST, showing from October to January.
Phoenix Players bring Nightfall, a trio of spooky Poe tales, to the Bear Pit stage from Wednesday.
REVIEW: The Mistake by Michael Mears offers a gripping account of the horror of Hiroshima.
From air fryers to flat caps and flamingos – John Lewis has identified 12 products it thinks define our shopping habits over the last 10 years.
The town centre will be filled with more than 300 stalls offering Christmas gifts, craft items, food and drink and much more.