Coventry’s reign as a European City of Sport is officially underway.
Thousands packed into Broadgate and the city centre to enjoy a fantastic Christmas lights switch on last week which has officially started the festive season in Coventry.
A national campaign has been launched and is backed by West Midlands Counter Terrorism Unit, reminding people to be alert and help keep events and crowded places safe by reporting anything suspicious.
In the lead up to the city’s big Christmas lights switch on, free public WiFi is now available to city centre visitors and businesses.
Talented performers will help officially start the festivities in Coventry when they take to the stage for an evening of entertainment.
This Sunday, 11 November, sees the West Orchards Shopping Centre fall silent as 4000 poppy petals are dropped in memory of the country’s war heroes.
Members of the public are invited to attend the annual Remembrance Sunday service at the city’s War Memorial Park.
The message of peace is a particularly poignant one this year, as we mark 100 years since the guns fell silent at the end of the First World War.
Theatre Absolute present Sphere, the final commission of Are We Where We Are?
Organisers of the Coventry Half Marathon are opening entries for an expanded Festival of Running for the 2019 event.
The reigning champions of a television talent show will officially launch the festive season in Coventry.
The world’s longest relay run which promotes global peace was welcomed to Coventry at the internationally-recognised peace forum being held in the city.
The fifth edition of the Festival of Imagineers, Coventry’s annual festival which celebrates art, design and engineering returns in just under one week’s time and runs from 17 – 22 September.
Coventry’s world-leading reputation as a centre for reconciliation and for promoting sustainable peace was strengthened this week as the city hosted an internationally-recognised peace forum.
Godiva Festival celebrated its 20th anniversary in style, with thousands of people entering the festival site across the weekend to enjoy the activities.
Godiva Festival has confirmed a day of community activities thanks to programming from the Coventry Music Hub and Birmingham Conservatoire.
There’s plenty more to look forward to at Godiva Festival if you aren’t into your music, as it has a range of activities dedicated to fun the whole family can get involved in.
Godiva Festival organisers have confirmed the line up for Saturday’s Rhythm Tent.
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Godiva Festival organisers have confirmed the notorious extreme metal band, Cradle of Filth, will headline its Rock Tent on Friday 31 August.
Four local artists are set to take to the stage at Godiva Festival this year, in recognition of their appearances over the 20 years of the annual event.
HSBC UK’s Let’s Ride returns to Coventry in just over a week’s time, on Sunday 5 August.
As the excitement mounts towards Godiva’s 20th anniversary, Editors have been confirmed as the headline artists of the Saturday night Main Stage.
Godiva Festival has confirmed that its 20th anniversary celebration will bring something new to the table this year, with changes to the site layout and festival offer set to be in place.
Organisers of the Coventry Half Marathon have announced the date for the 2019 event.
Coventry is set for a summer of Play after a new exhibition was launched in the city – and it is already proving popular.
A spectacular flypast by a Dakota and a Hawk aircraft are among the stunning highlights of a celebration to mark Coventry and Warwickshire’s long association with the Royal Air Force this weekend.
Festival organisers have confirmed that Jake Bugg will be performing as Godiva Festival’s Friday night headliner this year.
Flavours from around the world will fill Coventry when a celebration of all things foodie returns to the city centre this weekend.
Coventry’s Godiva Festival has confirmed four new artists for its 2018 lineup; Jonas Blue, Professor Green, Blood Red Shoes and Little Comets.
BBC Music’s Biggest Weekend is getting close so it’s time for ticket-holders to plan their journeys to and from the event site.
A celebrity chef known to millions for cooking up delicious recipes on a popular daytime TV show will be the special guest at Coventry’s Food and Drink Festival.
The Google Digital Garage bus will be pulling into Broadgate next Wednesday (9 May) as part of an alliance with Coventry Libraries and Information Service.
Organisers have confirmed that very special guest, Gabrielle, will be joining the Godiva Festival line up this year.
The public science festival, Pint of Science, is coming to Coventry for the first time this year, with experts from the Universities of Warwick and Coventry.
Godiva Festival’s popular battle-of-the-bands competition, Godiva Calling, returns for 2018, once again promising winning performers the chance to play at this year’s Godiva Festival.
Join us this St George’s Day as Broadgate in the city centre hosts a FREE celebration of the Patron Saint of England with music, dancing, and animated walkabouts from St George and the dragon!
The Pod and its arts collective, Collective//Pod, present new textile work by UK based artist, Anthony Stevens at the CCCA, Fargo Village.
Join the BBC Family Concert Orchestra and Coventry Music Education Hub for an exciting Family Orchestra and Chorus project as part of BBC Music’s Biggest Weekend Fringe event.
The first artist to play at this year’s Godiva Festival has been revealed.
Haroon Mota – the man best known for running marathons and being fundraising Manager for the Penny Appeal – is the latest person to be presented with a Good Citizen Award by Coventry’s Lord Mayor.
It’s the 11th National Apprenticeship Week (NAW 2018) this week from 5 to 9 March 2018.
A larger-than-life Lady Godiva will return to wave off thousands of runners as they pound the city pavements in this year’s Coventry Half Marathon.
Coventry’s much-loved Godiva Festival, which celebrates its 20th anniversary this year, is moving to a new date this summer – because there’s so much going on in the city.
More acts have been added to the line-up for BBC Music’s The Biggest Weekend taking place in Coventry across the late May Bank Holiday.
This Friday 26 January, Coventry is joining communities across the UK to commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day 2018.