17 October 2016
The judges of Worcester Cathedral’s King John Portrait Competition –Sara Hayward RCA, Francesca Currie (portrait artist) and Philip Leach (Actor, playing King John in Shakespeare’ s King John) – found it difficult to choose between the 60 excellent new portraits forming an exciting new King John portrait exhibition the cathedral.
16 October 2016
After many years of neglect, an urn which was erected as a memorial to George William 6th Earl of Coventry, will once again proudly stand in the parkland at Croome, near Worcester.
13 October 2016
To celebrate the spookiest of seasons, West Midland Safari Park has been treating its furry, feathered and slippery residents with some peculiar pumpkin enrichment.
12 October 2016
Worcester Cathedral is one of very few places outside Westminster Abbey and Windsor, to house the tomb of an English monarch since the Norman Conquest. It was the specific request of King John to be buried at Worcester, a place for which he had great affection, as stipulated in his will written shortly before his death in October 1216. The cathedral still holds the original copy of his will.
10 October 2016
The winning design has been announced at a National Trust mansion house for a new archive room to showcase Croome’s extensive historic records in imaginative and surprising ways.
5 October 2016
Suz Winspear, the Museum of Royal Worcester’s Poet in Residence, will perform her poems between 12 and 3 pm in the Museum galleries on International Poetry Day, Thursday 6 October
4 October 2016
Prepare yourself for Another Day in Paradise as the UK's Official Number 1 PHIL COLLINS tribute show comes to The Swan Theatre, Worcester!
4 October 2016
Coming exactly 800 years – to the day – after his death, the Worcester Repertory Company are staging a culturally significant production of William Shakespeare’s King John in front of his chosen place of rest, The Quire of Worcester Cathedral.
3 October 2016
Once again, Ralph Court Gardens will be transformed into a horrific Halloween venue with hundreds of glowing pumpkins interspersed with smoke and creatures of the night will fill the gardens creating a memorable visit.
27 September 2016
Staff at West Midland Safari Park are on the look out for budding wildlife photographers and artists, to enter their Safari Photographer and Artist of the Year competitions.
The competitions are open to all ages and abilities and include a variety of categories for artists and photographers to enter, with a chance of winning some amazing prizes.
Up for grabs for the lucky winners are prizes including iPads, VIP Animal Experiences, Annual Passes and admission passes. All shortlisted entries will be displayed at an exhibition at the Park during weekends in January 2017.