Opening this week there are still tickets available from £5 to take a skate in Coventry Cathedral Ruins. Grab some friends or bring the family, and glide around this winter wonderland surrounded by twinkling lights. You can warm up after with a hot drink and cake from local suppliers too.
Until Sat 27 Nov Former IKEA Building Tickets from £6 (Fri, Sat) / Pay What You Wish (Thu, Sun)
Due to popular demand, we’ve release extra tickets for the final week of House is a Feelingexhibition and exhibition + live experience. This includes an additional live performance on Saturday.
At the exhibition + live experience, meet the originators of the scene and some of the key players, including Bam Bam Lynas, Nev Fivey, MC Man Parris and Lisa Lynas. The bar is open, no ticket required, from 6.30 to 9.30pm – spread the word.
Must end this Saturday, don’t miss your chance to see where it all began.
“It’s a wicked vibe here, man. I went upstairs and it’s like a warehouse rave but done as an art exhibition which is unbelievable.” Audience Member
From this week (Thu 25 Nov) the Herbert Art Gallery and Museum will be staying open late on Thursdays and Saturdays giving you even more time to explore this year’s Turner Prize.
Featuring visual and sound installations, a pub without permissions and an artist’s studio – the exhibition is entirely by artist collectives working across the UK to inspire social change through art. The exhibition continues to spark conversation and debate, so book your free ticket, come along and make your own mind up.
Mon 22 Nov 2021 18:00 - 19:00 Online Event Register for Free
At Night All Blood Is Black by David Diop, translated by Anna Moschovakis, won the International Booker Prize 2021, announced at Coventry Cathedral in June. 1,000 free copies were distributed and became the Big Coventry Booker Read.