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Traditions, witches and pumpkins will be on offer for three days.
Jupiter is about to come the closest it's been to Earth since 1963 and stargazers are hoping for 'extraordinary' views.
Details of the Mop Fair and the Runaway Mop.
The event will be in Clifford Chambers on 2nd October.
Pam Ayres is among the impressive headliners for Stratford Literary Festival’s Winter Weekend - with Hugh Bonneville, Craig Brown, David Dimbleby...
Daniel Evans and Tamara Harvey are new co-artistic directors of the RSC from June 2023
A month after opening Corte Campana at Bell Court, Stratford, already has loyal fans crazy for its authentic pizza from southern Italy
Director Blanche McIntyre talks to Gill Sutherland about taking the reins on the brilliant digital-age All’s Well That Ends Well at the RSC
COLUMN Family Matters: Georgina Fuller discovers she is apparently a "fun mum"
REVIEW: Andy Veale remembers his A Level years as he enjoys some rock covers and a spot of James at this year's Camper Calling
REVIEW: Gill Sutherland goes down on the farm for the Bank Holiday weekend Big Feastival near Kingham
380th anniversary of The Battle of Edgehill sees re-enactment by Sealed Knot at Moreton Morrell
Steve Sutherland gives a 21-gun salute to the RSC's brilliant new production of All's Well That Ends Well
Karl Walker reviews last weekend's annual Fairport’s Cropredy Convention which first launched back in 1976
The story of Guy of Warwick is told through world-class special effects in Dragon Slayer at Warwick Castle.
Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Attic Theatre in Stratford, until 4th September
Preston Witts reviews the double bill of Spell Book and La liberazione di Ruggiero dall’isola d’Alcina
The event takes place at the Bull pub in Stratford.
he sunflowers at Lodge Farm, which is next to Compton Verney, have started to bloom and are being offered for sale.
Claire, who was in the in Fawlty Towers episode ‘Waldorf Salad’, has a book coming out.
The show will be at King Edward VI School in Chapel Lane, Stratford, from 17th-28th August.
Vinnie Jones and the Princess Royal are among the 120,000 visitors to the Game Fair at Alcester.