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Warwickshire and Coventry have plenty of excellent venues that host a wide variety of different types of entertainment throughout the year, including large spectacular events and annual festivals to smaller one-off events.

The larger tourist attractions, such as Warwick Castle and the Royal Shakespeare Company, always have a busy events calendar. There are also many annual festivals and carnivals throughout the county that celebrate all that the county has to offer. Listed below are just a selection of upcoming events and festivals that you may be interested in. However please check the links underneath for all events in the location you're interested in.

You can also enjoy yourself at any of the many pubs, nightclubs, cinemas, theatres, art galleries, casinos, and comedy clubs. Not to mention the many music venues that offer live bands, classical music, dance, ballet, and musicals.

Warwick Arts Centre in Coventry is the largest arts centre in the Midlands, attracting around 280,000 visitors a year to over 2,000 individual events embracing music, drama, dance, comedy, literature, films and visual art.
Warwick Arts Centre is situated at the heart of The University of Warwick in Coventry and is much more than a single venue. With six outstanding spaces on the same site, it makes it rather unique - a concert hall, two theatres, a cinema, gallery, conference room as well as hospitality suites, restaurant, bookshop, gift shop and two bars.
Open every day 9am until late (except Christmas Day and New Year's day).
Address: University of Warwick, Gibbet Hill Road, Coventry, CV4 7AL.

Coventry Festival Of Motoring at Coventry Transport Museum: featuring live entertainment, family fun activities and a display of entrants’ cars staged in Millennium Place (outside Coventry Transport Museum which will have free admission over the weekend!). On Sunday, 500 vehicles will take part in a 60-mile route around the region, flagged off by the Lord Mayor of Coventry. The cars will then return to Coventry’s War Memorial Park where a packed programme of entertainment is planned to run throughout the day, including a breathtaking performance from Motostunts International.

Statue of Lady Godiva with the spires of the Holy Trinity church and the ruined Coventry Cathedral

Useful Links to information on Coventry and organisations within Coventry.

Map of Coventry City Centre

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Medieval buildings in Spon St