The Theatre Chipping Norton is one of the most prominent cultural centers in the city, which has something to suit everyone's tastes. Whether it's music that moves you or comedy, drama or just relaxed film screenings, this is where it's all at.
Every year the fields 10 minutes from the centre of Warwick turn into a camping site hosting the Warwick Folk Festival. Warwick camping ground offers concert venues, a quiet camping area, a indoor swimming pool and many other facilities. On the site there is also a general store available, wide selection of food and drink and a free festival bus to town.
You are most welcome to browse this small gallery and admire the work of this local artist. Brian Tovey's specialty is landscapes in oils, using the figurative style that was so popular in the 19th century. The gallery also boasts a host of fine watercolors and numerous prints. For the collector or for those looking for something a little different, there are also some genuine cinema posters that capture the eye. Note that the gallery has a restoration and bespoke framing facility.
Established in 2001, the Thinktank (Birmingham Science Museum) is located with the Millennium point complex. A hands-on museum is an exciting place for children and adults alike. Within the fours storied building, each floor symbolizes a theme. There are scientific demonstrations, future exhibitions that talk about technology and inventions including the study of robotics, that are path-breaking and thus have drawn large crowds. With over 200 scientific displays, the museum draws curious science addicts from all over. A visit to this museum calls for a fun and educational outing.
The Regal Cinema is not your, regular, run of the mill cinema house. This art deco structure's history dates back to the 1930s and after years of neglect it was extensively restored to its current state in January 2012. Counted as being one of the few historic structures in Evesham, watching a movie here is nothing less than a tryst with heritage. This single screen theater hosts a number of Hollywood movies as well as local movies, with a maximum of four shows in a day. And its programing is not just restricted to blockbuster movies. The theater also hosts a number of concerts, comedy shows and films from the art house for one and all. The theater has a cafe and wine bar where you can relax before or after a movie and sip on the various libations. Make sure you book your tickets in advance to enjoy the latest hits on this historic screen.
The Stratford Playhouse is a versatile venue used for cultural and educational events. It features a flexible 450-seat auditorium, foyer, an atrium, dressing rooms, meeting areas, a bar and a lovely courtyard garden. It is one of the esteemed destinations for comedy, theater, dance and music in town.
Montpellier Gallery is modern gallery which houses the work of contemporary artists most of whom are British. You are very welcome to browse in the gallery's three rooms each displaying a range of individual pieces. For example, there are prints by artists such as Roy Fairchild, exquisite glass confections by glass maker Peter Layton and more paintings, prints, ceramics and jewelery than you can take in. If nothing catches your eye, you can always commission a one-off piece from many of the artists on show here. Please call for open hours.
This gallery welcomes its visitors to browse among the vivid and varied range of contemporary prints and paintings on display. With work by both local and worldwide artists, there is something for everyone looking for art with a minimalist touch. You will find abstracts, humor, some new realism—much of the work is figurative—including work from one of the gallery's best-known artists, Peter Mailer-Yates. For the investor, there are limited-edition prints. If you are looking for a special print, there is a search service. Once you have found your print, there are 1000+ moldings to choose from and a 48-hour framing service.
This Gallery—a minimalist name if ever there was— is housed within a dedicated space at the Stratford Leisure and Visitor Centre. Here you will find displays of contemporary arts and crafts that are often supported by associated projects and events, all of which contribute to the uniqueness of this excellent venue. Highlights this year include Day Tripper—visitors' alternative perspectives on the town—and Printers Inc, a stunning collection by high profile British artists including Damien Hirst, Tracy Emin and Rachel Whiteread.