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Stratford Town Walk outside Shakespeare's Birthplace Stratford Town Walk

FREE evening walks in Stratford for charity

01/07/2017 till 01/07/2017

FREE award-winning, guided walk for Charity. Join Stratford Town Walk for an entertaining, 1 1/2hr guided walking tour around Shakespeare’s historic Stratford.

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Stratford River Festival

01/07/2017 till 02/07/2017

Family friendly festival on the banks of the River Avon Come and enjoy two days of fun celebrating Stratford’s beautiful River Avon and this wonderful town. It’s a quintessentially English Summer festival and it’s free! There’s loads to see and do including: World class live music on both The Bandstand and Acoustic Stage Fun activities in the Family & Charity Zone Spectacular narrow boats on display Artisan craft market Delicious selection of global food stalls Local Ales, Pimms and Prosecco Spectacular Saturday firework display at 10:15pm And much more! While you are in Stratford, why not make the most of the great selection of independent shops and restaurants as well as high street stores. 

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Gutterhead - Playbox

06/07/2017 till 08/07/2017

The international premiere of an extraordinary new play by Toby Quash, written for and developed by the Ustinov Theatre School (UK) in partnership with Playbox Theatre.

Stratford Town Walk outside Shakespeare's Birthplace Stratford Town Walk

FREE evening walks in Stratford for charity

08/07/2017 till 08/07/2017

FREE award-winning, guided walk for Charity. Join Stratford Town Walk for an entertaining, 1 1/2hr guided walking tour around Shakespeare’s historic Stratford.

Stratford Town Walk outside Shakespeare's Birthplace Stratford Town Walk

FREE evening walks in Stratford for charity

15/07/2017 till 15/07/2017

FREE award-winning, guided walk for Charity. Join Stratford Town Walk for an entertaining, 1 1/2hr guided walking tour around Shakespeare’s historic Stratford.

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Stratford-upon-Avon Evening Town Walk

24/06/2017 till 15/07/2017

Join Stratford Town Walk for an entertaining walking tour... FREE award-winning, guided walk for Charity.  Join Stratford Town Walk for an entertaining, 1 1/2hr guided walking tour around Shakespeare’s historic Stratford. Discover the Shakespeare story and Stratford’s amazing history through fire, flood and plague, wrapped up with old-fashioned sayings, medieval cures and more.  See Shakespeare’s Birthplace, New Place, Hall’s Croft, Harvard House, Shakespeare’s School, River Avon and Holy Trinity Church.  The evening walks mark Stratford Town Walk’s 15th anniversary and will raise money for a local charity. There is no charge for the walking tour, but donations will be gratefully received and passed to the Aylesford cancer unit at Warwick Hospital.  Dates: Sat 24th June, Sat 1st , 8th and 15th July  Walks start at 7pm, outside Shakespeare’s Birthplace (timber-framed building opposite the Xmas shop) Booking is essential as places will be limited.  Please call to reserve your place - 07855 760377. Each person is given a ticket with tear-off vouchers. The vouchers can be used (at any time) to obtain discounts at shops, restaurants, pubs and attractions e.g. Butterfly Farm, MAD museum, Bancroft Cruisers, 30% off entry to the Shakespeare Houses, 2FOR entry to Shakespeare's School and more. For more information, or details of walks at other times, please contact us: Tel: 07855 760377 Web: http://www.stratfordtownwalk.co.uk

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Thai Festival

16/07/2017 till 16/07/2017

Experience the colour, taste & culture of the Far East... The Thai Festival is a popular event in Warwick and offers visitors a vibrant mix of Thai food, music and dance with the added bonus of more than 40 craft and food stalls. It is an unmissable chance to experience Thai culture. Visitors to this colourful event held at Warwick Racecourse be able to enjoy: - Thai boxing - Authentic Thai sword fighting displays - Handicrafts - Dancing - Thai puppet show - Fruit carving - 40 craft & food stalls - Thai massage and other entertainment Tickets on now on sale! Date: 16 July, 11am-6pm

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The Thrilling Thirties - Kenilworth Castle

22/07/2017 till 23/07/2017

Experience the sights and sounds of Kenilworth in the interwar years with a celebration of 1930s style and technology inspired by motoring pioneer Sir John Siddeley, the former owner of Kenilworth Castle. Plus, enjoy all the fun of a vintage fair. Date - Sat 22- Sun 23 July from 11am until 5pm

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Warwick Folk Festival

27/07/2017 till 30/07/2017

A weekend festival in the heart of historic Wariwck A weekend festival of the very best in contemporary and traditional folk arts from the UK and beyond! The family friendly favourite is held at various locations in around the charming historic county town of Warwick. Featuring concerts, ceilidhs, dance, song, workshops, sessions, theatre, crafts, real ale and more! Singers and musicians, street entertainers and Morris dancers - it seems that anybody and everybody who enjoys folk music heads for Warwick in July each year... Since its humble beginnings in 1979, the annual Warwick Folk Festival has developed into one of the most highly regarded folk events on the national and international scene, attracting fans from all over Britain and as far afield as the USA and Australia. Now approaching its 38th year, it has become a major highlight on the British music calendar with a lively music and dance Fringe Festival programmed around the town centre in many of the bars, hotels and public houses.   2017 Oysterband • Spooky Men’s Chorale • Andy Kershaw • Alistair Anderson and Northlands • QFTRY • PIAF The Songs • Louvat Bros • Poles Apart • Tom Lewis Crows • Northern Company • Will Pound & Eddy Jay • Gavin Davenport & Tom Kitching • The Hut People • Birlinn Jiarg • Steve Tilston • Georgia Lewis • Rob Halligan • Keith Donnelly • Tim Dalling • Brian Peters • Helena • Aelfen • Amy Kakoura & Andrew Sharpe • Granny’s Attic • Cohen Braithwaite-Kilcoyne • The Julie July Band • Dan Gascoigne & Sarah Bennett • Exmouth Shanty Men • The Harvesters • The Original Steamchicken Jazz Band • Thrup’nny Bits • The Willow & Tool Band • Pete Heywood • Louisa Davies-Foley & Jason Sparkes • Rowan Piggott • Folly Brothers • Alkevan • annA rydeR • Bill Bates • Dragonhead • Daisy Bell • Cork Singers Club • Dave Fry • Warwick Folk Festival Choir Ceilidhs! Monster Ceilidh Band • Urban Folk Theory • Peeping Tom • Banter • Hekety • Tautas Roks • Martyn Harvey • Phil Bassindale Family Fun! Baby Bops & Toddle Bops • Rubbish Craft • Handy Lanterns • Hand to Mouth Theatre • MichCatt and Friends • Panic Circus • At the festival's main site located in the grounds of Warwick School, families can enjoy circus skills, face painting, dance & music workshops, crafts, concerts and comedy. A packed programme of events and activities specifically for younger visitors makes Warwick Folk Festival a truly family-friendly weekend away... Warwick Folk Festival is all about participation with workshops galore so why not try your hand at music, dance, spoken word and much more! www.warwickfolkfestival.co.uk