Thousands of people descended on Tamworth Castle Grounds on Saturday April 23 for a record-breaking St George’s Day extravaganza.
Hundreds of runners, walkers and joggers donned their trainers and got on their marks for the Tamworth Sport Relief Mile held in the Castle Grounds on Sunday March 20.
Tamworth Assembly Rooms may have closed for refurbishment but the show must go on. A number of the theatre’s regular users will be going out into the community, performing in alternative locations, to ensure audiences do not miss out this year.
Annual favourites such as Tamworth Drama Festival and Tamworth Arts Club productions will carry on as part of ‘Tamworth Assembly Rooms on Tour’, which aims to make sure the town’s arts groups are able to perform while their theatre is extended and modernised.
The ‘on tour’ seasons starts with the week-long Tamworth Hastilow Drama Festival which this year will take place at the Two Rivers High School Theatre in the Torc Campus off Silver Link Road.
Tamworth Borough Council’s Arts and Events team is marking World Book Day on Thursday March 3 with a one-day reduced price ticket offer to a summer show which celebrates the work of one of the country’s best-loved authors.
Tamworth Borough Council’s Arts and Events team has unveiled its biggest ever programme of outdoor events, promising an exciting jam-packed year of fun activities for the whole family.
With less than a month to go until the Sainsbury’s Sport Relief Mile, runners, joggers, strollers and walkers are being encouraged to book their place and step out for Tamworth as part of the national fundraising event.
Guides and scouts from across Tamworth ensured that Tamworth Assembly Rooms went out with a bang as the curtain closed to rapturous applause for the last time until the theatre’s modern new look is
Thousands of people rose to the challenge of getting creative and learning new skills as part of the biggest and most ambitious arts project to ever take place in Tamworth.
Sport Relief is back and it’s coming to Tamworth Castle Grounds for a fifth time on Sunday March 20.
The last tea dance at Tamworth Assembly Rooms attracted the highest number of dancers for many years as people enjoyed taking a final turn around the floor before the theatre closes for refurbishment.