Written by Chris Sanders We've recently moved to our new underground HQ and we want film makers to get in touch. The idea is that we want to collaborate with fresh talents and give them a space to broadcast their work. It might be the first screening of a new piece, somewhere to record

In October 2017 Warwick Arts Centre will embark on an exciting journey to refresh, renew and redevelop their facilities. We will remain open throughout the refurbishment with a full programme of events and shows taking place within the venue and in an onsite temporary theatre. For more information on the project: timelines, latest

We are now knee deep in the festival season. It's a time of lazy afternoons, dirty burgers and inflated flat booze. The big boy festivals get the headlines but there's a huge range of niche gatherings for all tastes now. Everything and everyone is covered. Coventry is continuing to join the party by

Concrete Jewellery sounds perfect for the metrosexual male that the world has labeled me. Concrete is officially a natural, solid, durable material whilst jewellery allows me to appeal to my softer feminine side. I also happen to be of the creative persuasion so this enhanced my curiosity of the connection between the

A new immersive entertainment attraction in Broadgate, Coventry is weeks away from launching as Escape Reality prepares to open its doors… but have you got what it takes to escape in time? Imagine being locked in a Coventry City Centre building with up to five of your friends or family for

Join the team at the Belgrade Theatre to celebrate the start of Refugee Week 2017. On June 19 at 2.00pm activities start with a panel discussion exploring what it means to be a place of sanctuary. They will be joined by people working for organisations who provide a place of sanctuary for refugees and

The Ballroom Climbing Wall opened its doors to the people of Coventry in April and it has gone down rather well. Truth is, there was already a buzz around this amongst Coventry’s climbing clique. Yes, that’s right, there are climbers in Coventry that, up until Ballroom Climbing Wall came along, had

The Belgrade Theatre and the UK’s leading full mask theatre company, Vamos, are joining forces to raise awareness and unite against dementia to mark Dementia Awareness Week from 14 – 20 May. This exciting multi-faceted project has been designed to give people living with dementia and their carers the chance

Documentary filmmakers Brett Sanders and Darren R. Reid (lecturers in history at Coventry University) have today announced the release of the first episode of 'Documenting Donald', an experimental history about life during the age of Donald Trump. An on-going series to be distributed online and at select theatres, 'Documenting Donald' is

24 June Warwick Arts Centre Tickets Join the UK’s leading comedian (stroke) magician as he previews new jokes and tricks for his next show. Recently seen on ITV’s The Next Great Magician and star of BBC1’s The Magicians. Expect Pete’s trademark blend of crowd-pleasing comedy and jaw-dropping magic. He has guested on countless TV

Ever felt like you should be better at feminism? Join comedian Deborah Frances-White and a guest host for her comedy podcast, recorded in front of a live audience. Each episode Deborah and her guests discuss topics ‘all 21st century feminists agree on’ while confessing their insecurities, hypocrisies and fears that underlie

Come and see the artist's work produced over the last few months, find out more about their creative process in a Q&A session and connect with other creatives and citizens of Coventry! Adam Steiner, Disappear Here Project Lead, said: “It’s been a great experience to work alongside emerging and established artists

Life provides no pleasure greater than steak. The pursuit of excellence within this food chain is like no other. The perfectly reared Bovine that's dietary requirements are scientifically managed to the hanging, ageing and butchery craftsmanship. The process is drenched in admiration, a respect that when implemented correctly showers us in

High-street restaurants are good. They provide gravitas and mainstream repetition. They stand centre stage in most urban landscapes and reward local authority leaders with a sense of achievement. From Aberdeen to Bognor and Bournemouth to Manchester, your Moule Frites should be mirrored, it's the cooking equivalent of painting by numbers. So, what

Craft beer is everywhere. It's the street-food of liquid. It's a buzz-word, a spin-doctors wet dream, it must have been one of Alastair Campbell's (Wikipedia it!). This revolution has given us choice, the option to try flavours, blends and regional delights. Anything that opposes the mainstream shite is 'right on'