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Warwick Folk Festival looking for new leaders after Dickson steps down

Warwick Folk Festival looking for new leaders after Dickson steps down

Warwick Folk Festival looking for new leaders after Dickson steps down

Festival is back on for July 2021 but new folk needed


Cheers not tiers as RSC broadcasts festive show

Cheers not tiers as RSC broadcasts festive show

Cheers not tiers as RSC broadcasts festive show

Ahead of Festive Tales livestreaming from the RSC tonight, Herald arts spoke to a Christmassy Erica Whyman who is directing the show


Alcester Male Voice Choir make a cautious return

Alcester Male Voice Choir make a cautious return

Alcester Male Voice Choir make a cautious return

Choir brings a bit of Christmas spirit to Alcester on Saturday


Arts given £22.4million lifeline

Arts given £22.4million lifeline

Arts given £22.4million lifeline

Arts council give awards as part of government’s £1.57billion Culture Recovery Fun


RSC secures £19.4m loan as redundancies loom

RSC secures £19.4m loan as redundancies loom

RSC secures £19.4m loan as redundancies loom

Theatre secure repayable finance to the government’s Culture Recovery Fund but some staff will still be laid off


Welcome to a woolly wonderland

Welcome to a woolly wonderland

Welcome to a woolly wonderland

For the fifth year running Henley-in-Arden's trees and bollards have been colourfully yarn-bombed


INTERVIEW: RSC actor Jane Lapotaire #ArtistInRetreat

INTERVIEW: RSC actor Jane Lapotaire #ArtistInRetreat

INTERVIEW: RSC actor Jane Lapotaire #ArtistInRetreat

Actor Jane Lapotaire is her wise and witty self in this exclusive chat with Herald arts


Ragley wins starring role in The Crown

Ragley wins starring role in The Crown

Ragley wins starring role in The Crown

Ragley Hall has won a starring role in TV's hit series The Crown – by standing in as Princess Diana's Althorp home.


RSC TIER 3 RESPONSE: 'Deeply disappointed'

RSC TIER 3 RESPONSE: 'Deeply disappointed'

RSC TIER 3 RESPONSE: 'Deeply disappointed'

In response to Warwickshire moving into tier 3 Covid restrictions, RSC Executive Director Catherine Mallyon and Gregory Doran, RSC Artistic Director commented: “We…


Singer Andrew keeps sane and carries on... raising funds for Children in Need

Singer Andrew keeps sane and carries on... raising funds for Children in Need

Singer Andrew keeps sane and carries on... raising funds for Children in Need

Singer Andrew James raised an incredible £3,001 for Children in Need by performing online. Usually available for hire to sing at weddings and corporate…


STRATFORD LITERARY FESTIVAL: Live and virtual from this weekend

STRATFORD LITERARY FESTIVAL: Live and virtual from this weekend

STRATFORD LITERARY FESTIVAL: Live and virtual from this weekend

Stratford Literary Festival’s Winter Weekend has kicked off with a great line up of authors speaking in exclusive online interviews. Each event costs…


Rare Fourth Folio of Shakespeare's plays goes to auction

Rare Fourth Folio of Shakespeare's plays goes to auction

Rare Fourth Folio of Shakespeare's plays goes to auction

A rare Fourth Folio of Shakespeare’s plays dating from 1685 is to go under the hammer next week when it will be sold alongside 300 valuable books. The…


RSC WINTER SEASON ANNOUNCED: David Walliams is back in Stratford!

RSC WINTER SEASON ANNOUNCED: David Walliams is back in Stratford!

RSC WINTER SEASON ANNOUNCED: David Walliams is back in Stratford!

David Walliams returns to Stratford next month bringing a bit of The Boy in the Dress razzmatazz with him. The bestselling children’s author and TV personality…


Christmas lights keep us looking on the bright side

Christmas lights keep us looking on the bright side

Christmas lights keep us looking on the bright side

Christmas lights in Stratford always lift the spirits and this year organisers hope they will be a particular bright spot – and they certainly looked…


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