British Contemporary Artist Claire Margaret is to share the inspiration behind her new, exciting exhibition as part of Coventry’s Scratch the Surface - DIALOGUE, mental health arts festival.
Live drawing sessions on buses by artist and mental health advocate, Liz Atkin, will form part of a two week festival in Coventry.
Mercury-nominated band The Big Moon were the latest act to rock the Central Library this weekend as part of the ‘Get It Loud in Libraries’ project.
Coventry citizens are being invited to come together and talk at OneCov 2017
A unique concert will be creating a buzz in Coventry to celebrate World Mental Health Day.
Once again Coventry joins in the Europe wide Heritage Open Days to celebrate our rich heritage.
Cyclists of all ages and abilities will ride Coventry city centre streets on 17 September when HSBC UK City Ride takes place.
From 30 September to 10 October, Collective//Pod presents 'Scratch the Surface - DIALOGUE 2017".
Bands in the Park 2017 returns to Allesley Hall rear garden this Sunday 20 August with the “new to Bands in the Parks” performers Acoustica performing classic tracks in an unplugged style.
The Farmers’ Market returns to Broadgate in Coventry city centre this Friday 18 August and is always popular with shoppers and visitors that are hoping to experience the very best fresh local produce.
London’s all girl indie band, The Big Moon, will be playing at Central Library this September as part of the Get It Loud in Libraries project.
Coventry’s Sports Week has been a major success once again this year as hundreds of people stopped by to take part in the activities.
Coventry city centre will be transformed this summer as it splits into three activity zones for a week of ‘come and try’ sport and physical activities and events as part of Coventry Sports Week 2017.
The first ever festival to celebrate Coventry’s older residents is to take place – featuring exercise classes, dance workshops and expert talks and discussions.
Coventry’s Godiva Festival has won another top award – just days before thousands are set to flock to the War Memorial Park for three days of big-name music and entertainment.
£7300 has been raised by school children who ran the Dol-y-Moch Mile as part of this year’s Coventry Half Marathon.
Coventry’s Godiva Festival is set for a Sunday circus spectacular, thanks to the team behind the bid to be UK City of Culture in 2021.
Week three of Coventry City Council's summer Bands in the Park sees the Dene River Jazzmen playing in the rear garden of Allesley Hall on Sunday 25 June and is FREE to attend.
Godiva Festival can now reveal the rest of its 2017 line up.
This Wednesday, 21 June, sees an extra Bands in the Park 2017 event taking place in the War Memorial Park to celebrate International Music Day.
Bring the family and enjoy great music in the sunshine in these lovely surroundings.
The Farmers’ Market returns to Broadgate in Coventry city centre this Friday 16 June and is always popular with shoppers and visitors.
It’s just over three weeks to the Godiva Festival, and this year Coventry University is proud to be sponsoring the three day family event.
The Bands in the Park 2017 series of events starts on 11 June with the City of Coventry Brass performing near to the Visitor Centre in the War Memorial Park at 2pm.
The Lord Mayor of Coventry, Cllr Tony Skipper was joined with members of the public to attend a remembrance service at Holy Trinity Church today.
Coventry Godiva Festival has announced more of its 2017 line up.
Godiva Festival is pleased to confirm its rap/grime Saturday Rhythm Tent line up for 2017.
The Rock the Ruins charity concert planned for this Friday (26 May) has now been put back to a new date in July.
Four more acts have been added to the Godiva Festival Main Stage line up for 2017.
Godiva Festival is pleased to confirm that it will be hosting the worldwide Bhangra sensation, Panjabi MC, in its Saturday Rhythm Tent (8 July).
Liverpudlian rockers Cast and Brixton-born band Alabama 3 Acoustic have joined the Godiva Festival line up for 2017.
The Farmers’ Market returns to Broadgate in Coventry city centre this Friday and is always popular with shoppers and visitors that are hoping to experience the very best fresh local produce available.
On this St George’s Day, 23 April, Broadgate in the city centre hosts a FREE celebration of the Patron Saint of England with music, dancing, story-telling, animated walkabouts and Punch & Judy shows.
Godiva Festival has confirmed that British rockers Mallory Knox will headline its Friday night Rock Tent.
After much speculation, Godiva Festival has revealed its Saturday Main Stage headliner as Example & DJ Wire.
Coventry once again played host to the annual Half Marathon and Dol-y-Moch Mile today as over 4,000 people took to the city’s streets to take part in the event.
Godiva Festival organisers are once again bringing Godiva Calling back, the popular battle of the bands competition which gives local talent the chance to play at the Godiva Festival in July.
The Farmers’ Market returns to Broadgate this Friday and is always popular with shoppers and visitors to the city centre that are hoping to experience the very best fresh local produce available.
Around 200 people will be volunteering their time as Coventry Half Marathon returns on Sunday 19 March.
Coventry Godiva Festival is pleased to announce that Tom Clarke, former member of indie-rockers The Enemy, will headline Saturday’s Rhythm Tent at Godiva Festival.
Tickets for a hotly anticipated revival gig featuring leading stars of 80s music go on general sale on Wednesday, March 1 at 10am.
The biggest book show on Earth comes to Coventry this Tuesday (28 February) as part of the city’s World Book Day celebrations.
79 year old Dave Thomas is quite possibly the oldest person to be signed up to this year’s Coventry Half Marathon.
Coventry Godiva Festival has confirmed that the legendary rock band The Stranglers will take Friday night’s headline slot for this year’s festival.
The Farmers’ Market takes place in Broadgate this Friday and is always popular with shoppers and visitors to the city centre that are hoping to experience the very best fresh local produce available.
Coventry Godiva Festival has confirmed that British rock band, The Darkness, will be taking its Sunday headline slot on 9 July.
Coventry City Council has confirmed that the UK’s biggest free family music festival will go ahead this year at the War Memorial Park on 7-9 July.
Coventry held two poignant and thought-provoking events with the Lidice Place Rededication Ceremony in Lidice Place and the Holocaust Memorial Day 2017 event on Friday (27 January).
This Friday (27 January), Coventry is joining communities across the UK to commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day 2017.
School children are being invited to support the Coventry Half Marathon and Plas Dol-y-Moch by running one mile of the main event circuit on Sunday 19 March.
Banish those January blues with fresh produce from the Farmers’ Market which takes place in Broadgate on the third Friday of each month.
You can now register for the 2017 Coventry Half Marathon online making it an ideal last minute Christmas present or perhaps a New Year resolution!
Coventry City Council's Cabinet Members have approved an additional £50,000 contingency budget to support the delivery of the Coventry Half Marathon for 2017.
The Belgrade Theatre has teamed up with performer Christine ‘Sugary’ Staple to present Diversity Rocks on the Belgrade’s main stage this Saturday.
Coventry’s Central Library will be hosting a day of activities and treats on Friday 30 September to celebrate Older People’s Day 2016.
The Festival of Imagineers returns for its third year with a week long programme of interactive exhibitions, workshops and activities from Monday 26 September – 1 October.
Coventry is set to bask in Team GB’s Olympic glory at an event next week.
The monthly Farmers Market is back in Broadgate this Friday 19 August with the usual fresh local produce and takeaway.
Coventry city centre will see an influx of sporting activities next week as Coventry Sports Week and Coventry’s GB Fanzone kick off the Summer of Sport programme.
Coventry’s popular “beach” will return to Shelton Square again this year for a week of seaside fun!
Broadgate is full of Pokémon Go players!
Broadgate will be playing host to an International Food and Drink Festival next week with stalls offering a variety of food and drink from around the world.
A global Bollywood music star says he can’t wait to perform when he returns to the Midlands next month – with the launch of a new show format no audience has ever seen before.
Councillor Abdul Khan, Deputy Leader and Cabinet Member responsible for Events, expressed his support for Coventry Godiva Festival at today’s meeting of the Full Council.
Coventry Godiva Festival has announced the line-up for its Radio Plus Community Stage.
Armed Forces Day takes place on Saturday 25 June and is a day for the city to show its support for the Armed Forces Community.
Coventry Godiva Festival has announced its Rock Tent line up for 2016.
Coventry shoppers can be transported to a north African bazaar or Peruvian market if they visit Bull Yard over the next week.
Coventry shoppers will be transported around the world when the first International Craft Fair comes to Bull Yard next week.
Thirteen new bands have been added to the Coventry Godiva Festival 2016 weekend line up, which almost completes the musical line up for the festival.
Coventry’s summer of music is being celebrated and promoted with a new campaign across the city streets.
MTV UK today announced The Chainsmokers, Pete Tong and Wilkinson as the first acts confirmed for Club MTV, Day Two of MTV Crashes Coventry.
Godiva Festival organisers have announced that Scouting for Girls will take the headline slot on Sunday evening (3 July) completing the Festival’s headline line-up for 2016.
Coventry City Council has announced that The Boomtown Rats will take the headline slot on Friday night at this year’s Godiva Festival, supported by Space.
Music legends The Charlatans have been confirmed as the headline act for Saturday’s main stage at Coventry Godiva Festival 2016, supported by Mystery Jets.
Coventry City Council has confirmed that the UK’s biggest free family music festival will once again return to the War Memorial Park from 1-3 July.