What’s happening at the Festival of Culture on Wednesday July 9

There was plenty on offer during the Rugby Festival of Culture

There was plenty on offer during the Rugby Festival of Culture

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Here’s what’s going on tomorrow (Wednesday July 9) as part of Rugby Festival of Culture...

* George McCranor playing hidden and guilty pleasures, pop standards an gay anthems - Festival Stage, St Andrew’s church, 11.30am to 2pm (approx), admission free

* Schools Singing Sensation, in which primary school children celebrate their music-making - Temple Speech Room, 6.30pm to 8.30pm, tickets £4 or £2 for concessions, call (01926) 742360

* Alexandra Arms Summer Festival Beer And Cheese Night, where staff will pair a range of cheeses with a range of ales - The Alexandra Arms, James Street, 6.30pm to 9.30pm, admission free, audience 18+

* Comedy and Cocktails, a combination of laughs and drinks - London Calling, Castle Street, 8pm onwards, admission free, audience 18+

* Rhyme Time, where little ones can join in with songs, rhymes and rhythms - Rugby Library, 11am to 11.30am, admission free, audience: under twos (with adult)

* Make commemorative poppies in innovative and creative ways - Rugby Art Gallery and Museum, 2pm to 4pm, admission free, audience: 16+ years

* Rugby & District Art Society Exhibition - Rose Tea Rooms, 10am to 4pm, admission free

* Value It/What Is Its Value?, activities and an exhibition of children’s work based on the Pop Art exhibition on show as part of the festival - Rugby Art Gallery and Museum, noon to 5pm, admission free* Rugby School Tours, offering an opportunity to find out more about a true Rugby institution - Rugby School, 2pm, £6 per person, booking essential on (01788) 556169

* The Story Chair, from which you can read your favourite passages - St Andrew’s church and garden, 12.30pm to 1pm, admission free, booking essential for readers, call (01788) 565609* Tuesday Recital with baritone and soprano Jonathan and Sandra Smith - St Andrew’s church, 1pm to 1.45pm, admission free

See www.rugbyfestivalofculture.co.uk for the full programme.