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More than £60million was estimated to have been spent at this year's event... and it will happen again next year.
It's a homecoming for Alice who is a former Stratford Girls Grammar School pupil.
Unique picnic concerts offer a memorable night of sublime classical music and vintage vocals plus dramatic firework displays.
The game mixes escape room-style puzzle solving with a real-world tour of Stratford.
The perfect play to reopen the RSC with...
Bridge Street, High Street and Henley Street will host the free festival.
Are you left scratching your head at some of the slang words kids use? From 'lit' to 'yeet' and acronyms like PAW and PITR, we're here to translate.
The drama group for vulnerable adults perform first show in 18 months.
Six pairs of tickets to next weekend's Game Fair at Ragley Hall up for grabs.
REVIEW: Così fan tutte, Longborough Festival Opera
We think it looks rather good...
As The Comedy of Errors previews from tonight at the RSC, actors Jonathan Broadbent and Greg Haiste talk about playing the Dromio twins.
Audience numbers to start to increase after government lift restrictions on 19th July.
Meet Stratford’s Joe Moore who’s been playing the bagpipes for nearly 50 years.
20 winners will see dress rehearsal of The Comedy of Errors
Wendi Weller and Denise Liebermann are exhibiting as part of Warwickshire Open Studios this weekend.
Shakespeare’s Schoolroom and Guildhall welcomes dogs... especially Tudor-dressed ones.
As Lydia and Manfred Gorvy Garden Theatre takes shape not everyone is happy it is being built.
ALSO Festival takes place 2nd to 4th July: ideas, music, food, wild swimming
Sue Hawkins talks about her latest project and the staffing issues facing the hospitality sector.
Shakespearian was approached by literary agent to 'semi dictate' content for PM's book 'The Riddle of Genius'.
Band wows sell-out crowd as beer and music festival goes ahead at Ragley Hall.