Worcester has got so much going for it.
Worcester Stands Tall: Giraffe Trail
Giraffe sculptures decorate the streets and public spaces in aid of St Richard's Hospice. Contributors range from art students and community groups to celebrities including Toyah Willcox and established sculptors.
- Fundraising Event
The Hound Of The Baskervilles
Worcester Repertory Company presents an idiosyncratic adaptation of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's most famous Sherlock Holmes mystery. Written and directed by Chris Jaeger MBE.
Al Kilvo and David Barton turn the clock back to the 1950s and 1960s, performing rock'n'roll hits from the likes of Jerry Lee Lewis, Elvis Presley, Chuck Berry, Carl Perkins and Buddy Holly.
Timed to coincide with the school holidays, this interactive exhibition is part of the Lost Landscapes project which celebrates the region's pre-history.
Rich White: Occupation
The Bristol-based sculptor takes up residence on Diglis Island in the River Severn with a temporary, large-scale sculpture entitled Occupation, which is visible from the towpath.
The mighty cathedral, a glorious mish-mash of medieval styles, was founded in 680AD and during Anglo-Saxon times became a centre of great learning. Visitors can view the tomb of King John, and Sir George Gilbert Scott's Victorian restoration works.
- Tourist Attraction
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.