Events and What's On

'All the World's A Stage....' and in Warwick there are events every week.
Highlights include the Christmas Victorian Evening, Folk Festival, Warwick Words, Firework and Pop concerts at the Castle, garden festivals, Farmers Markets, Fireworks, Crafts, classic car shows, Horse racing, Thai Festival, carnivals, markets and much more.

Events and What's On

Warwick Farmers Markets

Dates8th August

Warwick Farmers Markets

Warwick Farmers Market

If you enjoy cooking with the very best ingredients, then you can't beat the fresh local produce we offer. Our certification ensures you are buying local produce direct from local farmers, growers and pro ...
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Trivia Trails

Dates16th August

Trivia Trails

Join in a very enjoyable quiz trail walk past timber-framed mediaeval buildings, the imposing castle, quaint lanes and hidden gardens, plus lots more,looking for clues to answer a mix of historical, observational and a couple of fun questions around Wa ...
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Mediaeval Banquet at Warwick Castle

Dates4th September - Click for more dates

Mediaeval Banquet at Warwick Castle

It is the year 1471 and you have been summoned to dine with the infamous Kingmaker, Richard Neville Earl of Warwick, for an unforgettable evening of wining, dining and mediaeval revelry.
You are invited to enjoy an unrivalled atmosphere and travel ...
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French Market

Dates3rd October 2020

French Market

France at Home, an experienced French Market team, is bringing first class produce and excellent service to Warwick, organised by CJS Events.

Warwick Chocolate Festival

Dates4th October

Warwick Chocolate Festival

Warwick Chocolate Festival - even more chocolate than last year, spread across the whole town, one not to be missed!
Think artisan chocolate, dipping chocolate, chocolate cake, and perhaps even chocolate beer!

Lots of chocolate, be it cake ...
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Autumn and Apple Day at Hill Close Gardens

Dates11th October

Autumn and Apple Day at Hill Close Gardens

Autumn and Apple Day will bring visitors to see the historic apple collection Since 1856 apples, pears and plums were known to have been grown in the Gardens as well as soft fruit.
Now there are more than 60 different varieties i ...
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