Coventry’s annual Christmas Lights Switch On is back with a night celebrating local talent to accompany the big switch on taking place on Wednesday 17 November.
Coventry Glides – the stunning ice rink that transformed Coventry Cathedral Ruins into a ‘winter wonderland’ last festive season – is coming back by popular demand.
For the second year running, rooftops in Coventry City Centre will be taken over by eight massive, mischievous, inflatable monsters during October half term.
An installation of 300 life-sized NHS inspired figures is on display at Coventry’s Coombe Abbey Park until Friday 29 October 2021.
Visitors are invited to walk and move amongst 300 life-sized NHS inspired figures which will be on display from Monday 11 October until Friday 29 October 2021 in Coventry’s Coombe Abbey Park.
The Turner Prize 2021 exhibition showcasing the work of the five nominees for this year’s award opens at Herbert Art Gallery and Museum in Coventry tomorrow, 29 September 2021.
On 6 November 2021, Chubby and the Gang are bringing their unique sound and punk attitude to Coventry Central Library.
The hugely popular Assembly Festival Garden will return to Coventry in the spring after proving to be a UK City of Culture hit.
The annual Heritage Open Days starts in Coventry from Friday 10 September to Sunday 19 September with lots of venues taking part, showcasing the rich history and heritage of the area. And all FREE to the public!
Tens of thousands of people flocked to the city’s War Memorial Park to enjoy a weekend full of fantastic live music and family fun.
As part of the partnership for this year’s Godiva Festival, Coventry City of Culture Trust will be presenting a specially commissioned Bollywood Spectacular alongside super producer Steel Banglez on the Main Stage, plus UK Bangladeshi artists featuring as part of this year’s event.
FarGo Village is in for a big bank holiday as it prepares to host a tribute to the Notting Hill Carnival, with rum punch and reggae vibes on the menu.
There’s only 15 days to go until the start of this year’s Godiva Festival and with big name artists and local bands it promises to have something for everyone.
Go CV is celebrating reaching 60,000 cardholders by offering an exclusive chance to win one of ten family weekend tickets to this year’s Godiva Festival!
Ed Sheeran fans who missed out on tickets to hmv’s 100th Birthday concert at the hmv Empire, Coventry, have a second chance to grab tickets to watch the show.
There are brilliant performances and activities going on in the Family Field for all the family over the weekend.
Godiva Festival organisers have announced that Supergrass will headline the festival on Friday 3 September.
Godiva Festival organisers have confirmed that Sister Sledge will be bringing their soulful groove to the festival when they headline the Main Stage on Sunday 5 September.
Godiva Festival’s battle of the bands-style competition is back and is once again offering local musicians the chance to perform on one of Godiva Festival’s main stages.
Sports Fest kicked off today for the first time since 2019 and proved to be a huge success with Coventry residents once again.
As excitement builds for the event, Godiva Festival organisers have confirmed that 'Craig David presents TS5' will headline the main stage on Saturday 4 September
International Buskers' Day is a celebration of street performers showcasing some of the best live music and entertainment.
Coventry’s flagship Godiva Festival returns to the War Memorial Park on 3-5 September this year, at the heart of our year as City of Culture, with tickets going on sale at 9am on Tuesday 27 July.
Music superstar Ed Sheeran is to perform in a free concert in Coventry.
The very best in UK amateur drama will be on stage at the Albany Theatre, Coventry, later this month.
Coventry and Warwickshire community performers are being given the chance to take to the stage and showcase their talents at an exciting new outdoor festival during UK City of Culture 2021.
This Bank Holiday weekend brings the return of the free Medieval Knight’s Quest 3D art trail to Coventry city centre.
Families are invited to join Sir Guy of Warwick as he embarks on a quest throughout Coventry to track down his greatest foes and become a Knight.
Holocaust Memorial Day takes place on 27 January and is a time to reflect on atrocities in the past and how we can all play our part in preventing future hatred and intolerance.
The magical illuminated light trail, ‘Luminate Coombe’, that was due to be held in the new year at Coombe Abbey Country Park has regrettably been rescheduled again and will now take place in November and December 2021.
With the city sadly unable to host its big annual Christmas Lights switch on event due to the current Tier 3 restrictions, the Council along with key city partners have still been working hard to bring some festive cheer to the city centre.
Coventry Glides – a magical ice rink in the ruins of Coventry Cathedral – is still planned to go ahead, but will now open in December after the national lockdown.
As the city counts down to Remembrance Sunday this weekend, residents are reminded that they should follow national restrictions and mark the day from within their home.
In light of the Government’s latest public announcement, Coventry City Council has taken the decision to unfortunately cancel this planned event.
As part of Coventry’s ongoing promotion of peace, tolerance and friendship around the world, the city is once again hosting the annual Coventry Peace Festival.
An iconic Coventry landmark is set to be transformed into a winter wonderland for the first time, creating one of the most spectacular festive ice-skating rinks in the UK.
Coventry will this year host an online commemoration of Remembrance Day as the city acts to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Coventry’s RISING Global Peace Forum is attracting a stellar line-up of speakers to explore this year’s theme of the ‘Culture of Peace’.
Coventry Cathedral will be lit up this November this year as part of a spectacular light show to honour the country’s heritage and the wartime bravery of its people.