FAMILY TOP WEEKEND EVENTS 5.
The group formed to perpetuate the memory of the First World War soldier. Its aim is to portray the Royal Warwickshire Regiment soldier from 1914 to 1918 though dynamic displays and living history.
Normal admission rates for Ragley Hall will apply.
Details: www.ragley.co.uk 2 International Antiques and Collectors Fair. Monday.
This fair features antiques and collectables, antique furniture, vintage clothing & fabrics, architectural salvage, reclamation or just something stylish for your home. IACF fairs are a truly unique vintage shopping experience and have been featured in the popular book 1,000 Things To Do Before You Die. The early bird catches the worm at these shows, so be sure to get here as early as you can.
Details: www.icaf.co.uk. Or 01636 702326 3 We're Going On A Bear Hunt, Town Hall, Birmingham. Today, Sunday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Various times.
This excellent stage adaption brings the famous picture book by Michael Rosen alive with plenty of catchy songs and interactive scenes to keep the little ones entertained.
Join the intrepid adventurers on their quest to find a bear, wading through swishy, swashy grass, the splishy, splashy river and the thick, oozy, squelchy mud.
For children aged three and above. Running time approx 55 minutes.
Tickets cost PS11.50 or PS8.50 for groups of 10 or more.
Details: www.thsh.co.uk or telephone 0121 780 4949.
4 Shakespeare's Town Tour of Stratford-on-Avon. Today. 2pm-3pm. William Shakespeare himself will take you around his beautiful home town of Stratford-upon-Avon, relating the story of his family, plays, life and inspirations.
See the sights of: His birthplace, daughters' houses, local pub, Gower Memorial, theatre and final resting place.
Meet outside Shakespeare's Birthplace in Henley Street, Stratford-upon-Avon.
The tour cost PS4.50 for adults (PS3.50 concessions) and PS2 for children.
Details: Falstaff Experience.
0872 435 7095.
5 Interactive story time and Harlem Shake, Solihull. Today. 11.30am-12.30pm and 2pm.
Enjoy story time at John Lewis in Solihull from 11.30am, where little ones can relax and take part in a free one hour session, which brings Julia Donaldson books to life.
And if you fancy taking part in a Harlem Shake, bring your onesie and join more than 70 dancing big babies in High Street, Solihull, to celebrate the opening of BB Boutique. The events mark the end of Lolihull, Solihull's first comedy festival.
A First World War infantry camp will be set up at Ragley Hall, Alcester.
Holy Trinity Church in Stratford-upon-Avon wil be on today's Shakespeare Town Tour
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|Publication:||Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)|
|Date:||Apr 13, 2013|
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