Want to know what great things are going on in Rugby? We’ve got some of the top things to see and do.
The young pianist graduated from the London College Of Music in 2013 with a First Class Honours degree, and has an affinity with the works of JS Bach and Mozart.
About Face: Portraits From The National Portrait Gallery, The Lowry And Rugby Collection
On-loan works by Lucian Freud, Edward Bawden, Eduardo Paolozzi and LS Lowry feature alongside in-house favourites.
Rugby School Tours & Museum
A one-and-a-half-hour tour includes the Butterfield-designed Main Chapel, scenes described in Thomas Hughes's Rugby-set novel Tom Brown's Schooldays, and ancient rugby memorabilia.
- Guided Tour
World Rugby Hall Of Fame
Take a journey through time using the latest interactive technology, video archive and historical memorabilia to learn more about the history and values that unite world rugby. Guided tours are available daily.
Warwickshire Wildlife Trust oversees this large patch of semi-natural ancient woodland, which is rich in plants, butterflies and birds. A network of grassy rides and glades offer tranquil walks.
- Nature Reserve
St Andrew's Church
Located at the heart of the town centre, the picturesque church is renowned for its series of striking stained glass windows and vibrant community life.
Neighbourhood Watch: Rugby Theatre
Alan Ayckbourn's dark comedy is the story of a group of middle-class residents of a new housing development who take the law into their own hands with disastrous results. Directed by Steve Crump.
The former cement quarry is now a thriving nature reserve of grassland and woodland consisting of a large pool with a vibrant population of native white-clawed crayfish and toads. Various paths around this reserve provide excellent bird-spotting opportunities.
- Nature Reserve
- Family Event
Objects from the Museum's social history collection reflecting rural life in the Borough as well as farm tools on loan from Marton Museum Of Country Bygones.