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The Festive Season gets under way in Lichfield on Sunday, 25 November. There will be a special market from 11am around the City centre selling food and gifts, events at the Samuel Johnson Birthplace Museum and children’s rides.
Join the National Memorial Arboretum as the sun begins to set for the annual Twilight Trek. This atmospheric event offers the opportunity for visitors to experience and explore the Arboretum at twilight.
ROSS NOBLE returns to dance around the stage spinning out all the nonsense in his head into a hilarious stand up show. At some point, he may wander into a shadowy part of the stage and look a bit shadowy.
Free Saxon-themed fun and entertainment for the whole family, including the live reveal of a huge community art project, will fill Tamworth’s Castle Grounds this Saturday (July 14) as part of the four-day Aethelfest activities.
Timber, the International Forest Festival is a joint venture between the National Forest Company, the creation of England’s first new forest in a thousand years and Wild Rumpus, who take people on creative adventures outdoors to change the way they look at the world around them, both have come together to create an international festival exploring the transformative impact of forests.
The Ledbury Poetry Festival takes place over ten days each July (29th June – 8th July in 2018). They are the biggest and best poetry festival in the UK, featuring poets from all over the world. If you think you know what poetry is, come along and they'll surprise you.
Grab your goggles and come dressed in your steampunk finery for Ironbridge's second Steampunk Weekend Festival at Blists Hill Victorian Town. The Town will be filled with eclectic market stalls, exhibitions, talks and shows celebrating all things steampunk.
Since 2002, Warwickshire Open Studios has been helping visual artists and designer makers across the Warwickshire and Coventry area connect with art-lovers who enjoy, buy, commission and participate in their work.
Fairport Convention has been making great music for over fifty years. Credited with originating British folk-rock music, the band has been through many changes but the current members retain a passion for live performance.
Dippy the Diplodocus from the Natural History Museum is coming to Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery (BMAG) and they have exclusive Drink and Dine with Dippy packages available.