What’s on in and around Rugby this week: April 14-April 20

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Ongoing Events

Rugby Art Gallery and Museum: Exhibition by award-winning British film artist Lindsay Seers (until August 28)

Heritage Motor Centre. ‘Sci-Fi at the Movies’, which (Until September 4)

Coventry Transport Museum: Exhibition: Le Mans Through the Ages (Until May 6)

Spa Centre, Leamington: Photo Exhibition by Hilary Roberts 10.30am – 5pm (until April 30)

Nuneaton Art Gallery and Museum: Particle Article, A craft exhibition by Amy Nightingale and Claire Benson (until May 15)

Thursday 14

Manor Farm Shop & Tearoom, Catthorpe: Free arts and crafts workshop for children of all ages, 10.30am - 12.30pm

John Lees Hall, Regent Place, Rugby: Rugby Country Market, 9.30am to 11.15am

Christ Church Centre, Halvellyn Way, Brownsover: Brownsover Art Group meet, 1pm to 3pm

Rugby Theatre: The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie, 7.30pm

Friday 15

Benn Hall, Rugby: Disco Inferno Party Night, 8pm to late. Call (01788) 541516 for tickets

Summersaults, High Street, Rugby: Jazz Night, 7pm

Rugby Workers Club, Oliver Street: Rugby Male Voice Choir and Bilton Silver Band, in aid of Galanos House, the Royal British Legion Care Home (Southam), 7.30pm

Claremont Centre, Clifton Road, Rugby: Tai Chi Classes, call (01788) 565 412 for details, 10am to 11.30am

Rugby Theatre: The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie, 7.30pm

Binley Woods Village Hall, Rugby Road, Binley Woods: Friday Thank God Cafe Church, 6.30pm to 7.20pm

Saturday 16

Bulkington Village Centre, School Road, Bulkington: The Heart of England Jazz Band, 7pm. Call (02476) 494094 for tickets

Crick Ex-servicemen’s Club: Live music, Spitfire, 7pm

Rugby Theatre: The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie, 7.30pm

Belgrade Theatre, Coventry: Uncle Vanya, 8pm

Warwick Arts Centre: Oranges and Sunshine, 6.30pm

Sunday 17

Rugby Art Gallery and Museum: Sunday Artzone, 1.30pm to 3.30pm. Call (01788) 533201 for details

Holdenby House, Northamptonshire, NN6 8DJ: The Air Ambulance’s Heroes Run, 10.30am

Rugby Ramblers: Hanbury Park, ten to 12 miles and 12 to 14 miles. Meet 8.30am Barby Road. Contact John (01788) 817039 or Ron (01788) 846510 for more information

Monday 18

Benn Hall, Rugby: Come Dancing, 8pm to 10.30pm. For more information call 02476 725707

The Boat Inn, Newbold: The Dubliners’ Sean Cannon, 8.30pm

Claremont Centre, Clifton Road, Rugby: Tai Chi Classes, call (01788) 565 412 for details, 3.30pm to 4.30pm

The Railway Club, Hillmorton: Fashion Show by Wanda Fashions of Dunchurch, 7.30pm

Newbold Methodist Church: Coffee morning, 10am to 11.30am

Belgrade Theatre, Coventry: Uncle Vanya, 8pm

Birmingham Hippodrome: Thriller Live, 7.30pm

Tuesday 19

Craven Lane Hall, Southam: Table top Sale, 8.30am to 12noon

St Andrew’s Church: Lunchtime Recital with pupils from William Griffiths, 1pm

Wednesday 20

Betts Hall, Claremont Road, Rugby: Rugby Scottish Society’s Scottish Country Dancing Classes, 7.30pm

The Squirrel, Rugby: Live Music 8pm

Belgrade Theatre, Coventry: Uncle Vanya, 8pm

Does your business, group or organisation have an event suitable for our Going Out section?

To get in touch, email: peter.horton@rugbyadvertiser.co.uk or call 01788 539977.