What’s happening at the Festival of Culture tomorrow

There's plenty happening as part of the Festival of Culture
There's plenty happening as part of the Festival of Culture
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Here’s what’s going on tomorrow (Tuesday July 1) as part of Rugby Festival of Culture...

* Folk, bluegrass and cajun music from guitarist/vocalist Dave Broadfield - Festival Stage, St Andrew’s church, 11.30am to 2pm (approx), admission free

* ‘With just a needle and thread’, a talk highlighting a number of needlework techniques, with experts from the Royal School of Needlework - Rugby Art Gallery and Museum, 3pm to 4pm, £5 per person, call (01788) 533217 to book

* Treasures of the Royal School of Needlework, a talk telling the story of pieces from the school’s collection - Rugby Art Gallery and Museum, 7pm to 8pm, £5 per person, call (01788) 533217 to book

* The Royal School of Needlework Summer Exhibition - Floor One Gallery, Rugby Art Gallery and Museum, opening preview 1pm, free admission

* Big Sing, with pupils from primary schools joining Rugby School musicians - Rugby School chapel, 2.30pm to 3.30pm, free admission, booking essential on (01788) 556227

* Tuesday Recital with Jo Foote (piano), Joanne Luce (alto) and Jane Birks (soprano) - St Andrew’s church, 1pm to 1.45pm, free admission

* Warwickshire Poetry Voices, showcasing a range of Rugby poets, including solo and group performances - Rugby library, 5.45pm to 6.45pm, admission free, booking essential on 0300 555 8171

* Crime Panel, with authors Julia Crouch, Colette McBeth and Claire McGowan in conversation with a publisher’s commissioning editor about the genre and their work - Rugby library, 7pm to 9pm, admission free, booking essential on 0300 555 8171

* Interior Design Workshop, a chance to hear from Abigail Smith, who was featured on Channel 4 after building her home from scratch and making it one of the county’s most striking properties - Nadine Rose, Little Church Street, 11am to 1pm, £10 donation to charity, booking essential on (01788) 536471

* Roots, blues and folk music from Warren James - The Merchants Inn, Little Church Street, 9pm, admission free

* Just Press Play, an evening of short plays lasting between ten and 20 minutes - The Tea Bar, Rugby Theatre, 7.30pm to 10pm, £2.50, call (01788) 541234

* Rugby School Choral Evensong - Rugby School Chapel, 6.30pm to 7.30pm, admission free, booking essential on (01788) 556227

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

* Value It/What Is Its Value?, activities and and 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

* The Story Chair, designed to inspire storytelling on the theme of reconciliation - St Andrew’s church, 9.30am to 3pm, admission free