Category: Arts

SINGING WITH SPONNIE THE FISH AND THE 50 SEA CREATURES AT ‘MOIRA’S WET FISH SHOP’

Local musician Christopher Sidwell is singing original songs about Spon End in a pavement performance in the company of Sponnie the Fish and 50 sea creature creations, outside Moira’s Wet Fish Shop, on the weekend of Saturday 5 and Sunday 6 March, between 11am and 3pm. Moira’s Wet Fish Shop is a well known shop …

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JOIN THE CHORUS FOR HER DAY OPERA

Do you like singing in a choir? Would you like to have fun and meet new people? Are you looking for a new challenge in 2022? HER DAY are looking for female singers of all different musical backgrounds from across Coventry and Warwickshire. They invite you to join the chorus as part of their new …

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Albany Theatre Postpones Panto

The Albany Theatre has taken the difficult decision to postpone its first community Panto. Uncertainty over the threat of Omicron makes it too risky to go ahead. The show now moves to February half-term. The Albany’s CEO and Artistic Director, Kevin Shaw, explained: “The Trust has taken expert, specific and local advice, and whilst there …

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A Christmas Carol – Albany Theatre

As this show will have finished its run long before our next printed edition comes out at the end of January, we are providing an online only review now. Described in the programme as “the perfect family-friendly alternative to a traditional panto” A Christmas Carol, is directed by Kevin Shaw, Chief Executive and Artistic Director …

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Save Earlsdon Architect’s Cinema

Sherrie Edgar writes seeking support for the campaign to save part of the legacy of an Earlsdon-based architect of the early 20th Century: Earlsdon-based architect J. H. Gilbert, who lived at 17 Palmerston Road. designed the iconic cinema The Paris at 150 Far Gosford Street, Coventry, which is set for demolishment for a six-storey building …

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