Great things are going on in Coventry
Rich in culture and history, Coventry is also home to many internationally-renowned attractions, including top theatres, museums and sporting venues.
Graham Sutherland: Beneath The Tapestry
The artist worked with architect Basil Spence to create the tapestry of Christ In Glory behind Coventry Cathedral's altar. Chichester Cathedral's Noli Me Tangere and other loans complement Sutherland's creation and are shown alongside three preparatory works.
The Midnight Gang
Heartbreak Productions's adaptation of David Walliams's novel about the adventures of a group of children in a hospital.
Frankly Sinatra: Frank Sinatra Tribute
Stephen Triffitt, who performed as Sinatra for three seasons at Las Vegas's Sands Casino, sings the music made famous by Ol' Blue Eyes.
- Covers Band/Tribute Act
The Weaver's House Open Day: Tudor Games
Find out more about skittles, Nine Men's Morris and quoits at the restored cottage, built in 1455.
- Heritage Centre
Brandon Marsh Nature Reserve
Set in 220 acres, the headquarters of the Warwickshire Wildlife Trust is a nature reserve plus a visitor centre with displays and activities. The Badgers Tearoom is open throughout the year.
- Nature Reserve
Coventry Transport Museum
Set in the birthplace of the British motor trade, and fully reopen after a multi-million pound redevelopment, this is the largest publicly owned collection of British vehicles in the world.
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
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.
Combining contemporary cirque style skills with off-the-scale thrilling stunt action, Cirque Berserk is a danger-filled spectacle that will amaze audiences of all ages.