Coventry’s year as UK City of Culture will now start in May 2021, beginning 12 months of events that celebrate the city and its people.
Belgrade Springboard company Radical Body launches a new online platform for creative collaboration
Set up as a Coventry creative artists community response to the Covid19 lockdown, Sitting Rooms of Culture offers a place for people to connect through creativity and share their creative talents.
Belgrade Theatre seeks Midlands-based writers to create an urban, sci-fi drama premiering in 2021
Ian Dury musical Reasons to be Cheerful and gripping drama Made in India will be streamed for free this June
AMY NG’S UNDER THE UMBRELLA MAKES ITS ONLINE PREMIERE
Belgrade Theatre and Coventry University team up to celebrate International Romani Day with an online exhibition
Alexandra Burke, Jaymi Hensley and Mark De-Lisser announced as judging panel for Young Choir Of The Year
Coventry’s Belgrade Theatre is gearing up for a series of celebrations next month as Black History Month returns in October 2019.
Following their critically acclaimed UK tour and West End run of Anthony Horowitz’s Mindgame, Angela Browne Ltd return to Coventry this autumn with another compulsive psychological thriller.
Fancy yourself as the next Mary Shelley?
Submit your Frankenstein-inspired films and stories for a chance to win.
Bridge is a new outdoor experience created by artists and engineers and inspired by real
life stories of bridging divides.
After leaving the city in stitches with it's 2019 line up, Coventry Comedy Festival is coming back bigger and even funnier - if you thought that was possible - for 2020!
When it comes to Food and Drink you might be surprised by the amount of choice you'll find here in Coventry.
Another fantastic article from Food Covolution. What’s really mind-blowing about Not Just Jams is that so much of what goes into the preserves is so hyper-local: grown or foraged
Explore the numerous galleries in the Herbert, all showing a different aspect of Coventry’s culture and history.
The options that spring to mind when thinking about shopping tend to be places like New Look, Topshop and JD, however if you venture down a little further, there's a hidden gem, Fargo Village.