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There is always something going on somewhere in Warwickshire
...fairs...fetes...festivals...shows...events...exhibitions...charity events...functions...carnivals...even a day on the beach!
The Royal Spa Centre is dedicated to presenting the best available theatre and entertainment to audiences in central Warwickshire and beyond. The Town Hall hosts a wide variety of community events throughout the year. From medieval fortress to Elizabethan palace, Kenilworth Castle has been at the centre of England's affairs for much of its 900 year history. Explore the exhibition in the Gatehouse, and imagine playing host to medieval monarchs and early Tudor kings.
Events Listings Events at Kenilworth Castle

Explore Warwick Castle, where you'll be surrounded by jaw-dropping history, magic, myth and adventure!
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Coventry Transport Museum holds a wide range of events and activities throughout the year, so there's always something new to see and do.
What's at Warwick Castle www.transport-museum.com/events
The Royal Pump Rooms is home to Leamington Spa Art Gallery & Museum,Leamington Library and Visitor Information Centre, together with a Café andAssembly Rooms.  Compton Verney is an independent national art gallery and ‘Capability’ Brown landscaped park located nine miles from Stratford-upon-Avon.
Coming Up at the Royal Pump Rooms Things to do at Compton Verney
Bosworth Battlefield Heritage Centre and Country Park is a unique day out for all the family. Re-live this famous turning point in British history - the death of a King and the birth of the all powerful Tudor dynasty So much to see and do at Warwickshire’s premier waterside attraction, with 15 lakes situated in over 600 acres of country park. Stroll along the surfaced paths, explore hidden corners, spot birds and wildlife, hire a bike, join an organised event....
Upcoming Events at Bosworth Field What's on at Kingsbury Water Park
Polesworth Abbey Church stands on the north bank of the River Anker in the middle of Polesworth.

The Abbey dates from the early part of the 12th Century and was considerably changed at the Dissolution and again in the mid-nineteenth century.  

Polesworth is unique as a village in North Warwickshire on the borders of Staffordshire with a rich history that can be traced from Saxon times & earlier.

The history of the village is bound up with Saxon monarchy,  Benedictine movement in pre Norman Conquest England, expansion of monastic life, hospitality, social concern & community in the middle ages;  feuding & instability of the later middle ages.
The Museum and Art Gallery is set in the beautiful surroundings of Riversley Park in the centre of Nuneaton. It contains a reconstruction of George Eliot's London drawing room of 1870 and many of her personal items.  

The museum holds collections related to Nuneaton and Bedworth, including items which belonged to local comedian Larry Grayson and over 23 temporary displays each year.

Visit our shop for a range of unusual gifts, from items inspired by the collections, to souvenirs of your visit, fine art cards and children's gifts at pocket money prices.

The Museum Tearoom is privately operated and sells a selection of snacks and light meals.

There is wheelchair access, an accessible toilet, a lift to all floors and staff to assist where necessary.
Calendar & Events Events & Activities
The Electric Railway Museum Limited is a UK based charitable company who aim to promote the heritage of all electric trains in the UK through traction and rolling stock restoration, display and operation along with work in gathering historically relevant technical and photographic archives.

All of our projects are entirely staffed and funded by volunteers so we need the support of people like you to ensure we succeed in achieveing our aims. .
Whitemoors Antique Centre & Country Tea Rooms is within spear throwing distance of Bosworth Battle Field in the mediaeval village of Shenton.

Surrounding the gravelled courtyard car park is a carefully restored collection of buildings, some Grade 2 listed, and dating back several centuries, housing through various galleries brimming with a selection of antiques and random bric-a-brac of the last two centuries
Open Days Whitemoors
Unforgettable family days out since 1963 Come and see wild animals from across the world at Twycross Zoo, the centre for conservation, education and family fun. With 50 acres of parkland and over 1000 animals.

See the New Visitor Welcome Centre “Himalaya” a 300 seater diner looking out on to a Himalayan snow leopard experience.
It's A.D. 60; the Iceni of East Anglia led by the legendary Boudica have rebelled against Roman rule, and have just been defeated in a terrible battle fought somewhere in the Midlands.

As a result the Romans are building a series of fortifications across the Midlands including the Lunt...
Functions & Events at Twyford Zoo What's on at the Lunt
Our state of the art centre will enable us to increase the number of puppies we breed annually from 1,100 to 1,500, and increase
the number of guide dog partnerships annually to 900.

Our tours will give you the chance to see our puppies as they socialise and grow, gaining experience of everyday sights
sounds which will help them develop the skills
they need as guide dogs
The Midland Air Museum represents many years of dedicated commitment by our volunteers & staff who have helped
establish one of the country's leading self-funded
independent aviation museums.

We have acquired the status of a Nationally Accredited Museum in recognition of our achievements over many years. This
award is one that we are very proud of and is also a
benchmark for our ongoing future development
Scheduled Tours Events at Midland Air Museum
With humble beginnings as a Cistercian monastic house in 1154,Stoneleigh Abbey was converted at the Dissolution
into a comfortable family home.

One of the seats of the Leigh family, Stoneleigh has played host to several people of note, including King Charles I, Queen Victoria, and novelist Jane Austen.

The fine Grade 1 listed English mansion is comprised of two halves; the first, made of red sandstone, is a fine example
of a Jacobean country house. The second, the West
Wing, was designed by famous architect Francis
Smith of Warwick in the Baroque style.

Visitors to the Abbey can learn more of the house's history through a guided tour of the West Wing.

The Orangery now welcomes guests as the Abbey's tea room, serving teas, coffees, cakes, and sandwiches.
Arbury Hall has been the seat of the Newdegate family
for over 400 years and is the ancestral home of Viscount and Viscountess Daventry. This beautiful Elizabethan house, was built on the site of a 12th century Augustinian Priory
and transformed in the 18th century to become the finest
example of Gothic Revival architecture in the country.

The house contains fine collections of antique furniture, pictures, glass and china and many of the splendid rooms of the house are on view to the public. Tthe Hall is surrounded by delightful landscaped gardens with wooded walks & lakes.

George Eliot, born on the estate in 1819 where her father was the agent, features Arbury in several of her novels, especially "Scenes Of Clerical Life" where in "Mr Gilfil's
Love Story" she portrays Arbury as Cheveral Manor
and gives detailed descriptions of many of the rooms in
the house including The Saloon and Dining Room.
What's on at Stoneleigh Abbey Events at Arbury Hall
Rosemary Hill, Kenilworth, Warwickshire CV8 1BN
The Dream Factory, Shelley Avenue, Warwick CV34 6LE
The Priory Theatre is a self-funding theatre run by our members for the benefit of the local community.

We produce around 9 productions a year including a broad mix of entertainment: comedy, drama and pantomime.
We are a member of the Little Theatre Guild and are very proud of our standard of productions and our friendly atmosphere.
We have a thriving Youth Theatre, and the theatre has an extensive range of costumes and props available to hire.

We work closely with many charitable organisations in the area that regularly book performances at special rates to raise funds for their organisation.

Want to Get Involved On-Stage or Behind the Scenes?
The Priory Theatre company welcomes anyone with some time to spare and enthusiasm to give. Whether you wish to act or help backstage, assist front of house or build sets, make costumes or coffee, you will will always be assured of a warm welcome.

Simply pop along on a Tuesday evening after 7.30pm or drop us a note via the Contact Us page on our website

Playbox Theatre - The National Theatre for Young People

For 25 years Playbox Theatre has developed theatre for and with young people, placing at its heart young people as both artists and audience.

Based at our custom designed complex ‘The Dream Factory’ in Warwick, we develop the skills, talent and confidence of young people through exciting and innovative methods including theatre, movement, circus, multimedia and extraordinary live events.

Playbox reaches all ages, demographics and community through a very special programme of training, performance, enrichment through the arts and partnerships.

Young artists push boundaries; creating original work which reflects our age, our values, our debates, our concerns, our humour and most importantly our dreams. We state what we think theatre should be, not what others think or expect, we break taboos and challenge labels that young people just don’t want. 

Our aspiration is to make new work, evoke a wild spirit and tackle new themes in original and moving ways. 

Click here to download our information pack

Upcoming Productions at The Priory Theatre Events at The Playbox Theatre
Lions Clubs International founded close to 100 years ago is arguably the world’s largest community service organisation.

We are non-political; we have no cultural or religious boundaries, and there is no gender discrimination, we welcome without distinction men and women. 

We organise and take part in several events during the year, Warwick Town Firework Display, Carols at the Castle, Race Day at Warwick Racecourse, Warwick Beer Festival, Tin Shakes, Car Boot Fairs, Easter Egg Draws
Kenilworth Round Table - or KRT for short - has been around for over 40 years now. We are one of the largest tables in the UK, with around 25 active members at present.

We meet up on the first and third Wednesday evening of every month for a variety of social activities that are planned and organised in turn by club members.

These activities can be more or less anything that someone is able to arrange, recent events have included Space Hopper Football, White Water Rafting, Sumo Wrestling, Great Egg Race and a Petrolhead Night.
Join the Lions More about Kenilworth Round Table

If you are holding/organising an event in Warwickshire, or surrounding areas,
and you would like to be included in our What's on in Warwickshire events calendar,
send details via the CONTACT US form

Charity and NPO events may be included free of charge, at our discretion.
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