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INTERVIEW: Comedian, actor and writer Jessica Fostekew is one of the stellar stand ups taking the stage tonight for Live at the RSC
Former Stratford Herald deputy editor Michael Davies has published his debut thriller novel, Outback – he’s in Waterstones signing today (Saturday)
REVIEW: Consent at The Loft, Leamington
Author and druid Andrew Anderson delves into why felines provoke such powerful emotions in humans.
Dean Asker spent a week in Liverpool to join the party... and even hosted press conferences for some of the acts.
The event will highlight local producers and support the town’s foodbank.
REVIEW: Steve Sutherland rates Cymbeline at the RSC a five-star winner
Justice is put in the dock in a powerful play about sexual consent.
One-woman play based on a grandmother’s memories by RSC actor Christopher Saul returns this Saturday, 8th May to Ilimington village hall
REVIEW: Alcester Male Voice Choir concert with Alcester Victoria Silver Band at the Greig Leisure Centre, Alcester on Saturday, 22nd April
Europe’s first ethically diverse orchestra to perform a repertoire of English composers
REVIEW: Florence and friends’ spring concert at St Nicholas Church, Alcester on Saturday, 15th April
Welsh National Opera’s production of The Magic Flute comes to Birmingham Hippodrome in May
Guide to celebrating William Shakespeare's 459th birthday in Stratford-upon-Avon
Comedian Tim Vine brings his brand of nonsense to Stratford Play House
New Quentin Blake exhibition showing 70 works to go on display at Compton Verney
Shakespeare’s Coming Home fundraising event takes place at Stratford Town Hall today (Monday) and tomorrow
What's happening when and where at this year's festivities.
The Lyrid meteor shower every April is caused by the Earth passing through the trail of debris left by the Comet C/1861 G1 Thatcher.
A parasitic disease, bred in contaminated garden bird feeders, is decimating the numbers of some species of finch, says the RSPB.
Acting stars were out in Stratford last night (Wednesday) for the world stage premiere of Hamnet.
Thousands of copies of a First Folio for children are to be donated to schools and libraries across the UK by the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust.