Want to know what great things are going on in Coventry? We’ve got some of the top things to see and do.
Pop! British & American Art 1960-1975
Recognisable works from both sides of the Atlantic offer insight into the inspiration and legacy of the movement.
- Pop Art
Weekly lunch time walks with a member of staff. No need to book, simply meet in the courtyard at 1.30pm.
- Guided Tour
- Nature Reserve
- Tourist Attraction
A 25th anniversary celebration of the music of Small and M People, featuring all of their greatest hits, including Moving On Up, One Night In Heaven, Search For A Hero and Proud.
St Mary's Guildhall
The medieval interiors and fine artworks of the Guildhall offer a window into Coventry's past, which has included visits from Mary, Queen Of Scots and William Shakespeare.
Designed by architect Sir Basil Spence following the bombing of the city in 1940, Coventry Cathedral was opened in 1962 and contains striking examples of 1950s and 1960s art and architecture.
A display of more than 40 paintings and collages by the late painter, printmaker and designer of stained-glass windows, including some in Coventry Cathedral.
Tilted Wig Productions and Malvern Theatres present Ken Bentley's adaptation of Charles Dickens's famous novel. Starring Nichola McAuliffe as Miss Havisham.
Coombe Country Park
Over 500 acres of landscaped gardens, parkland, woodland and lakes. The park offers opportunities for walks, birdwatching and fishing, while children can enjoy the climbing forest and play areas.
- Country Park
Opera North: Salome
The award-winning company presents a concert performance of Richard Strauss's opera, based on Oscar Wilde's savage tale of King Herod's step-daughter. Sung in German with English surtitles. Conducted by Sir Richard Armstrong.
- Music from Opera