The Belgrade Theatre features an 850 seat main auditorium that hosts professional touring productions. They also have a new space which can hold a smaller audience of 250-300 guests.
Coventry's Central Library has an amazing selection of books, music, newspapers and magazines on offer in a wide variety of languages from English to Chinese to Punjabi.
City Arts Gallery can be found in a magnificent 600 year old Medieval Building aptly named Tudor House. Drop by and see an amazing collection of artwork.
Artspace has developed and gained local, regional and national recognition as an approachable, experimental and outward facing visual art organisation working to build on Coventry’s developing reputation as a centre for visual art innovation and excellence.
After undergoing £9.5 million redevelopment, there is plenty to see and do! As well as discovering 12 stunning new galleries, the museum always has new exhibitions and events going on.
Exhibits the working and living conditions of people in the Coventry clock and watch-making industry. The museum also aims to advance the education of the public in the history and development of clock and watch making in Coventry.
A performance company that delivers accessible, original and diverse creative projects. EGO has developed many strands that offer training and opportunities in theatre making, music, comedy and film.
This free admission museum tells the fascinating story of Coventry’s history from the Medieval to the modern, including a whole gallery dedicated to the much-loved Lady Godiva story.
An amazing, modern, nine screen multiplex cinema with on-site parking available.
If you are heading into the city, then why not stay at this 120 bed hotel!
Located in the city's historic Cathedral Quarter, St. Mary's Guildhall miraculously survived the Second World War bombing raids, and stands as a monument to the power and wealth of medieval Coventry.
Since co-founders, producer Julia Negus and writer Chris O’Connell opened the Shop Front in 2009 in partnership with Coventry City Council; the company has had over 7500 people through the door of this once empty space.
The centre not only provides an invaluable, professional and dedicated service but the enthusiastic and knowledgeable staff are available seven days a week with helpful maps, guides, tour advice and a great selection of souvenirs to help remember your visit.