Worcester has got so much going for it.
Talon: The Acoustic Collection
Perched on bar stools, the outfit best known for their Eagles tribute deliver precise vocal harmonies as they play acoustic versions of classic songs by a range of artists.
- Covers Band/Tribute Act
Benjamin Williams Leader: Blest By The Suns Of Home
Rarely seen paintings are placed in the context of the First World War, displaying items from the Worcester City Collection alongside loaned works from private and national collections.
- Mixed Media
Turn Up For A Tour
Meet at the Cathedral shop for a guided historical tour of one of England's loveliest Cathedrals, which boasts the royal tombs of King John and Prince Arthur, medieval cloisters, ancient crypt and chapter house, and magnificent Victorian stained glass.
- Guided Tour
Maggie Bell & Dave Kelly
Two stalwarts of the British R&B scene supply acoustic blues, soul and more, as Scotland's Queen Of Soul joins forces with London's slide guitar king.
Mitch Benn: I'm Still Here
Join the musical satirist as he looks back over what, for the lack of a better word, he still refers to as his career and ponders where he - and indeed all of us - might be going next.
Worcester's Civil War Story
The City Of Worcester saw action during the English Civil War, suffering both siege and bombardment by Parliamentary forces and their infamous gun Roaring Meg. This interactive exhibition offers a journey through the issues of the time.
National Trust: Hawford Dovecote
With nesting boxes and original features, the remnant of a monastic grange offers a rare insight into Tudor architecture.
- Heritage Centre
Spetchley Park Gardens
The 30-acre historic garden, surrounded by ancient parkland, deer park and lakes, is set in the Worcestershire countryside with far-reaching views to the Malvern Hills. The landscape was designed by diarist John Evelyn.