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listen to ‘Find out about the summer of activities at St Johns & Market Hall Museums Warwick with Jane Commane’ on Audioboo With the summer holidays about to start, find out what exciting activities St Johns and Market Hall Museums have in stall for all the family. Some of the highlights include: St Johns- Make […]

listen to ‘Interview with Commercial Director, David Jane, co-ordinator ‘Belgrade Theatre Unplugged 2014’ on Audioboo Belgrade Theatre Unplugged Returns for 2014 The Belgrade theatre is thrilled to announce the return of ‘Unplugged’ from Sat 19 – Sat 26 July 2014. First launched in 2013, the week-long performance programme taking place at venues throughout Coventry and […]

listen to ‘Feature about The Gatehouse Abbey Fields Kenilworth. Restoration & Archaeology ’ on Audioboo An exciting excavation outside the 14th century gatehouse is taking place in Kenilworth Abbey Fields this week as part of the National Festival of Archaeology. Warwickshire County Council’s in-house archaeology team, Archaeology Warwickshire, are joining forces with Kenilworth Abbey Advisory […]

listen to ‘Warwick Castle Proms 2014 Feature by Radio Warwickshire’ on Audioboo Listen to the feature recorded at this years Warwick Castle Proms as we celebrate Warwick Castle’s 1,100th birthday. With popular conductor Jae Alexander returning alingside The City Of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, who performed popular classics, film themes and all the flag waving favourites […]

listen to ‘Interview with Carole Sleight about Art in the Park debut in Jephson Gardens Leamington this August’ on Audioboo For the first time ever, Jephson Gardens will become the stage of an exciting contemporary art fest with cultural activities and events for all the family. A Gentle Stroll by Kim and Paul Ingvar On 2nd-3rd […]

Review of The Belgrade’s ‘Entertaining Mr Sloane’ By @molly__louise A classic play by Joe Orton being put on at the Belgrade, from Thursday 3rd July – Saturday 5th July directed by Michael Cabot. This play is part of a UK and Ireland 2014 tour. Middle-aged Kath and her elderly father, Kemp, live in a house on […]

Femme Fatales of Folk – Folkstock Records Review by @autumnrosewell One of my personal bug-bears – no it is more than a bug-bear, it is a real anxiety – is about what the music industry encourages in female artists. I have lost count of the number of (particularly very young) women who send me tracks […]

Beat Bones & Alchemy by Tim Bragg Review by: Tamsin Rosewell, Folk Show presenter, Radio Warwickshire If you like your music mellow, intelligent and just a little bit dark then you’ll find yourself pulled in by this collection of five original tracks from Tim Bragg. His dexterous guitar, flute and drum work (he plays all […]

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July 16, 2014

England Green and England Grey Reviewed by @autumnrosewell I’m not a musician and I never will be, but I do not think that there can be any thrill of being human like that experienced by a musician as they watch the abstract process of creating music take form and flourish into the huge, lush beauty […]

listen to ‘Interview with Geraldine Lauriston Head of Drama Kenilworth School ahead of the schools performance of Les Miserables on the 14th – 16th July 14’ on Audioboo We find out about Kenilworth School’s summer production of Les Miserables, running from the 14th to 16th July from the School on Leys Lane Kenilworth Ticket for […]


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