Worcestershire is famous for its large range of events that run throughout the year – with so much on offer, there is bound to be something for everyone.

For music lovers with all tastes, we have something for you. Whether it’s the Three Choirs Festival, or perhaps the Upton Jazz Festival – or perhaps something requiring wellies and a pint in the sun, our range of music festivals with have you dancing and singing to your hearts content.

If historical re-enactments are your thing, there is a busy calendar of events throughout the summer months. The Three Counties Showground is nestled in the Malvern’s, their famous for the RHS Spring Show – but also host food festivals and Country Shows throughout the year. From fireworks, to art installations, to farmers markets, to comedy shows – Worcestershire has it all.


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Fashioning Peace: Life and Liberty after the Great War exhibition

Worcestershire County Museum Worcestershire County Museum, Worcester

Part of the Worcestershire World War One Hundred programme, Fashioning Peace is a temporary exhibition at Worcestershire County Museum exploring how the changes brought about through the Great War 1914-18 ...

Malvern Town Walking Tours

Great Malvern Tourist Information Centre, Lyttelton Well, Church Street, Great Malvern

On an Official Malvern Town Walking Tour you'll hear tales of the famous patients and the scandals of the 19th Century Water Cure, the ‘boffins’ who played such an important ...

Botanical Treasures: Inspiration from Nature in Porcelain and on Paper

Museum of Royal Worcester Severn Street, Worcester

The Gloucestershire Society for Botanical Illustration (GSBI) have created artwork during lockdown for a new botanical art exhibition, in partnership with the Museum of Royal Worcester. ‘Botanical Treasures - inspiration ...

Worcester Life Stories exhibition

Worcester City Art Gallery and Museum Foregate Street, Worcester

The project has made Worcester City Historic Environment Record’s 35,000 historic photographs – spanning the last 70 years – digitised, themed and available for the first time. This new digital ...

Kurt Jackson: Clay Country exhibition

Worcester City Art Gallery and Museum Foregate Street, Worcester

Kurt Jackson’s artistic practice ranges from his trademark visceral plein-air sessions to studio work and embraces an extensive range of materials and techniques including mixed media, large canvases, print-making and ...

Angels: an Exhibition by Jacqui Parkinson

Worcester Cathedral 8 college yard, worcester

We're hosting 'Angels': A textile exhibition by Jacqui Parkinson, which will be on display in the Dean's Chapel from 2-28 October. There is a great deal of mystery surrounding these ...


Aspects of Worcester Cathedral Photographic Competition 2021

Worcester Cathedral 8 college yard, worcester

Our ever-popular Photographic Competition returns! What aspect can you capture? We are inviting our visitors, community, supporters and all aspiring photographers to capture new and unique aspects of our beautiful ...


Spooky Spectacular

West Midland Safari Park Spring Grove, Bewdley

Join West Midland Safari Park from 22nd – 31st October 2021 for the frightfully fun Spooky Spectacular event! The Park will be brimming with Halloween decorations and hundreds of pumpkins ...


Lantern Festival

West Midland Safari Park Spring Grove, Bewdley

Discover the magical trail of lights at West Midland Safari Park, at the brand-new event, running on selected dates from 22nd October – 5th December 2021. Visit the Safari Park ...

Orchestra of the Swan: Timelapse 2.0

Number 8 High Street, Pershore

Following its release in 2021, Timelapse became The Swan’s most successful recording in its 25-year history. We are delighted to welcome Orchestra of the Swan back to Number 8 for ...


The Father

Henry Sandon Hall Severn St, Worcester

A screening of the 2020 film The Father. Anthony (Academy Award Winner, Anthony Hopkins) is 80, mischievous, living defiantly alone and rejecting the carers that his daughter, Anne (Academy Award ...