Worcester has got so much going for it.
The Precious Clay: Porcelain In Contemporary Art
An exploration of how contemporary artists such as Laura White and Neil Brownsword are making use of the medium.
- Mixed Media
What Do We Want
Contemporary and historical political prints and satirical artworks including some created by Worcester residents in association with Turner Prize nominated Mark Titchner.
- Mixed Media
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: The Firs Elgar's Birthplace
Get closer to the man and his music at this recently refurbished small family house set in the heart of the English countryside. Attractions include a visitor's centre and tea-room.
- Tourist Attraction
The Infirmary Museum
Explore the medical stories of one of England's oldest infirmaries, which operated on the site from 1771 until 2001 and observed many advances in healthcare.
Historic Ghost Walk Of Worcester (Over 10s)
A hugely popular guided walk giving access to hidden parts of the city such as the cells beneath the Guildhall.
Celtic rock outfit from the Isle of Skye, incorporating musical influences from traditional jigs and reels to jazz, hip hop and reggae.
Dr Phil Hammond: Happy Birthday NHS?
The doctor, broadcaster and campaigner, who has worked in the NHS for 31 years, airs his views on the state of our national health and what we can do as individuals to improve it.