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Manics and Supergrass headline Camper Calling

Manics and Supergrass headline Camper Calling

Manics and Supergrass headline Camper Calling

Camper Calling comes to Ragley Hall over the August bank holiday


Barmy Britain goes even barmier

Barmy Britain goes even barmier

Barmy Britain goes even barmier

The Birmingham Stage Company heads out on a car park tour in April, coming to Coventry and Birmingham


Warwick Folk Festival returns this summer

Warwick Folk Festival returns this summer

Warwick Folk Festival returns this summer

Festival set to run 15th to 18th July


Pools heiress leaves art collection to Compton Verney

Pools heiress leaves art collection to Compton Verney

Pools heiress leaves art collection to Compton Verney

70 miniature portraits have been bequeathed to Compton Verney Art Gallery in the estate of Dowager Lady Grantchester, who died in 2019


'I've wanted to play Puck since I was 12'

'I've wanted to play Puck since I was 12'

'I've wanted to play Puck since I was 12'

EM Williams talks about playing Puck in new digital Dream now on at the RSC


INTERVIEW: Chef/owner Paul Foster of Michelin-starred Salt

INTERVIEW: Chef/owner Paul Foster of Michelin-starred Salt

INTERVIEW: Chef/owner Paul Foster of Michelin-starred Salt

Salt shows true grit by continuing to offer innovative food and fresh thinking.


New virtual reality game centre to open in Stratford

New virtual reality game centre to open in Stratford

New virtual reality game centre to open in Stratford

Matt Tofts is opening VR You in the Minories in Stratford, giving children a new thing to do


The Bear Pit: Stratford's little theatre with the big heart hit by the Covid crisis is saved for now

The Bear Pit: Stratford's little theatre with the big heart hit by the Covid crisis is saved for now

The Bear Pit: Stratford's little theatre with the big heart hit by the Covid crisis is saved for now

As Covid-19 troubled The Bear Pit's finances and future its members speak about what the theatre means to the town.


May opening planned for Shakespeare's birthplace

May opening planned for Shakespeare's birthplace

May opening planned for Shakespeare's birthplace

With lockdown measures being eased over the coming months, the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust announces its plans to reopen


The Bear Pit – Stratford's little theatre with the big heart

The Bear Pit – Stratford's little theatre with the big heart

The Bear Pit – Stratford's little theatre with the big heart

Herald arts feature looks into the heritage of the Bear Pit, its importance to the area and why we must support it through the pandemic


LOCKDOWN MASTERCLASS: The perfect pinny for messy time

LOCKDOWN MASTERCLASS: The perfect pinny for messy time

LOCKDOWN MASTERCLASS: The perfect pinny for messy time

Stratford College fashion and textiles lecturer Louisa Figus shares her expert knowledge.


INTERVIEW: Polly Graham of Longborough Festival Opera

INTERVIEW: Polly Graham of Longborough Festival Opera

INTERVIEW: Polly Graham of Longborough Festival Opera

Longborough Festival Opera is forging ahead with its plans for the summer. Artistic director Polly Graham speaks about waiting to resume live shows.


Digital Dream comes to the RSC

Digital Dream comes to the RSC

Digital Dream comes to the RSC

The RSC's new 50-minute show, Dream, will have the feel of a video game


PHOTO GALLERY: A delve into Bearley's past

PHOTO GALLERY: A delve into Bearley's past

PHOTO GALLERY: A delve into Bearley's past

A census has taken place in the UK since 1801. Ahead of the next one taking place on 21st March the Herald looks at bygone Bearley


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