£600,000 awarded through Spirit of 2012 collaboration with Birmingham 2022.
Talking to opera singer Jennifer Holloway, ahead of her performance at Warwick Arts Centre.
A light-hearted look at a serious subject at Warwick Arts Centre.
Step into boundary-pushing virtual reality experiences at Warwick Arts Centre this month.
Ahead of his gig at Warwick Arts Centre on Thursday 18th January, Bria Donaldson spoke to Stephen K Amos.
Goose Nest will host productions during major renovation.
New work to be showcased at Warwick Arts Centre.
Three year project to create visionary complex.
John Carpenter set for Warwick Arts Centre gig.
Coventry-born trans campaigner Kate O’Donnell returns to Warwick Arts Centre with new show.
balletLORENT’s Snow White to play Warwick Arts Centre.
Moving account of children during the Holocaust for Warwick Arts Centre.
Festival gives a chance to see new and emerging talent.
Recognition for Coventry venue.
French horn symphony showcase.
£130,000 invested in arts & cultural opportunities for young people.
Arts centre to commemorate landmark birthday.
Where we talk to comedian Alun Cochrane about Greek philosophers and football shirts.
Because it’s almost next year already.
Life begins at 40 for arts centre.
Warwick Arts Centre welcomes a classic ballet.
How to avoid hearing “I’m boooorrrred.”
Plenty to do from now until Christmas.
Birmingham’s Fierce Festival returns this October with its distinctive programme of performance and surprising installations in public space.
First stage adaptation of Robert Burton’s 1,500 page “first self help manual” published in 1621
A two week celebration of theatre will highlight the best of West Midlands’ creativity this March.
Warwick Arts Centre have announced their summer film series, including some whip-smart comedies guaranteed to make you forget the lousy weather.
Coventry’s Belgrade Theatre is delighted to announce that it has been successful in securing a grant of £240,000 from Arts Council England’s Catalyst Arts fund under the Capacity Building Programme.
Here’s some releases you won’t find at your local multiplex.
Some of the world’s pre-eminent classical musicians will be performing at the Warwick Arts Centre next month