What's on in Kenilworth this weekend: Private Lives, live music and House Party
By James Smith
23rd Jun 2022 | Local News
Here are our top few picks of what's happening in Kenilworth this weekend.
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Here are our top picks for the coming days:
Live theatre returns to the Talisman Theatre in the form of Noel Coward's Private Lives.
The 1930s comedy of manners runs until June 25 and tickets are still available.
The classic tells the story of a divorced couple, Amanda and Elyot, who, while honeymooning with their new spouses, find they're staying in adjacent rooms at the same hotel.
As part of Warwickshire Open Studios' Summer Arts Week 2022, a free exhibition of 23 artists has been installed at St John's Church.
Open until June 26 the display features painting, textiles, ceramics, glass, prints and cards - along with the promise of tea and cake!
Live music returns to the Wyandotte Inn this weekend in the form of local band Six Foot Drop.
The rock covers band will start their set on Saturday, June 25 at 9pm.
Playing a mix of old and new rock covers "they will have you on your feet dancing all night".
A Kenilworth pub is set to host a dance music event in aid of a local charity supporting young families through challenging times this Saturday (June 25).
Hosted by The Ale Rooms, the event is being organised by local DJ Matt Despilia to raise money for HomeStart South Warwickshire.
The volunteer organisation supports families that are facing mental health problems, post-natal depression, isolation, loneliness, the effects of domestic abuse and physical health problems.
One-man show Twinkle will have its second performance on Sunday 26 June 2022 at 7.30pm at the Talisman Theatre.
Staring Phil Reynolds, the comedy tells the story of doyen of the pantomime dame Harold Thropp.
As he prepares once again to revive his favourite character Widow Twankey, he's decided to make the ultimate stand against his nemesis, a smug reality television star called Jez Buckham.
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