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Youth Theatre Showcase 

13 Jul 18

It has been another successful term for Warwick Arts Centre’s Youth Theatre , culminating in a big summer showcase for family and friends to see the results of all of the hard work the young people have put in to their sessions! To finish off this …


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MI:Lab Sharing Event 

13 Jul 18

It has been an exciting first term for MI:Lab and last week, family and friends were treated to the results of all of the hard work the young people have put in to their sessions! In an end of term sharing event, the MI:Lab students’ got the chance…


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Student Ambassador Review: The Boy Downstairs 

10 Jul 18

Boys meets Girl.


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Staff Review: The Boy Downstairs 

10 Jul 18

Boys meets Girl.


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Warwick students and alumni take the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2018 by storm 

9 Jul 18

“What is it about Warwick?”, asked a Guardian article on some of the best theatre pieces of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in 2015.


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Student Ambassador Review: If… 

4 Jul 18

Set in a late-sixties British boarding school, this film follows Mick Travis ( Malcolm McDowell ) and his chums in a nasty game of one-upmanship against the whips.


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Your Big Night Out – Autumn 2018 

2 Jul 18

Take a look at some of the exciting events from our upcoming Autumn season.


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Lunar Festival returns: a multi-art event in the rolling hills of Warwickshire 

21 Jun 18

Lunar is a Music and Arts Festival set on the beautiful Umberslade Farm Park in the rolling hills of Warwickshire.


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Student Ambassador Review: The Seventh Seal 

20 Jun 18

A knight returning from the Crusades ( Max von Sydow ), encounters Death on a desolate beach, and challenges him to a game of chess, to avoid or at least delay his ineluctable fate.


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John Piper Exhibition: John Piper in the West Midlands Part 3 

14 Jun 18

To coincide with Mead Gallery’s John Piper exhibition , which includes several works associated with Coventry, we step out of the gallery to take a look at some of Piper’s lesser known excursions into the West Midlands.


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Student Ambassador Review: Wild Strawberries 

14 Jun 18

Isak Borg (played by Victor Sjöström ) is an old retired doctor.


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John Piper Zine 

14 Jun 18

Warwick Arts Centre’s Student Ambassadors have produced a zine, inspired by the Mead Gallery’s current John Piper exhibition and a visit to Coventry Cathedral to see Piper’s Baptistry Window and to explore the wider building and the surrounding…


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Student Ambassador Review: Summer with Monika 

31 May 18

Summer with Monika came out in 1953, and is considered amongst Ingmar Bergman’s most well-known pictures.


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John Piper Exhibition: John Piper in the West Midlands Part 1 

30 May 18

To coincide with Mead Gallery’s John Piper exhibition , which includes several works associated with Coventry, we step out of the gallery to take a look at some of Piper’s lesser known excursions into the West Midlands.


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“Loving my forties!” In conversation with Angela Barnes 

30 May 18

Comedian Angela Barnes talks to Veronica Lee about her new show, Fortitude, how she got into comedy, and what it’s like to be part of the Peter Pan generation.


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Warwick Arts Centre & China Plate present David Edgar’s Trying It On 

25 May 18

Warwick Arts Centre China Plate present Trying It On Written and performed by David Edgar | Directed by Christopher Haydon In the year of his 70th birthday, playwright David Edgar performs a solo show considering the legacy of the events of 1968 and…


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An Interview with Fiona Venebles, Mead Gallery’s Deputy Curator 

23 May 18

John Piper was one of the most significant British artists of the 20th century; his work has strong ties to the city of Coventry , which he visited the day after the 1940 Blitz and for whose cathedral he designed a stunning baptistery window .


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Family Day promises adventure in The Great Outdoors 

22 May 18

We invite you to explore The Great Outdoors at our next Family Day on Sun 10 Jun, 10am – 5pm.


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Concert Series for 2018/19 announced! 

17 May 18

We are delighted to announce our Concert Series for 2018-2019 .


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Warwick Arts Centre recruits for a new Director 

10 May 18

Job Opportunities Director We are looking for a Director for Warwick Arts Centre – an outstanding cultural leader with artistic credibility, commercial acumen, and connectivity.


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Student Ambassador Review: Isle of Dogs 

3 May 18

In reaction to the recent canine flu epidemic in Megasaki, Japan, Mayor Kobayashi, along with his inner circle, decides to send all dogs to ‘trash island’, a place for them to die in slowly.


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Wilde Tales and Gruesome Ghosts this Christmas! 

2 May 18

We may still be waiting for the Summer weather, but we’re thrilled to announce that our magical Christmas season is back, and this time we’re bringing you not one fantastic show, but two! Tall Stories , the Olivier-nominated producers of The …


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John Piper Exhibition: Artist’s Coventry links celebrated 

1 May 18

A major exhibition exploring the early career of British artist John Piper (1903-1992) has opened at Coventry’s Mead Gallery .


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Student Ambassador Review: Coventry Cathedral 

1 May 18

Inspired by the Mead Gallery’s current John Piper exhibition , our Student Ambassadors visited Coventry Cathedral to see Piper’s Baptistry window and explore the wider building.


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10 Minutes with… Thomas and Thomas – WUDS’ Misterman by Enda Walsh 

30 Apr 18

We caught up with our two lead actors playing Thomas, Daniel Denton-Harris and Molly Parker, as they chat about the time they first met, the differences in their performance styles, and what it’s like to have both actors playing the same role.