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First Kenilworth Food Festival attracts thousands

The first Kenilworth Food Festival held last Sunday (July 23) attracted thousands to the town.

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Cinematic shots which will stay with you for the rest of your life: Dunkirk

Review: Dunkirk is powerful film-making of the highest order

Matt Adcock reviews Dunkirk (12A), directed by Christopher Nolan

TV and Film
Only 60% of people can spot a manipulated picture - can you?

Only 60% of people can spot a manipulated picture - can you?

Most of us can’t tell what’s wrong with a faked picture - underlining the threat to democracy by the spread of made up propaganda, a study shows.

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We dare you to tell Abigail he has a girls name

Console Corner: Lull filled with exciting news

As we head into a bit of a video game lull until things start to heat up in September let’s take a look at some interesting bits of gaming news doing the rounds at the moment.

Tech
Are you brave enough to take on the Big 6 Challenge at Alton Towers? Photo - Alton Towers.

Want to get into Alton Towers for free? You’ll need a strong stomach...

Ever fancied a free day out at Alton Towers? Well here’s how - but only if you’re brave enough!

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Families can get to know a range of historic characters at the British Motor Centre

Five of the best things to do in and around Leamington, Warwick and Kenilworth in the next seven days

From exploring British motor history to hearing sacred sounds, there's plenty to do...
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From left: Helen Pomeroy and Liddy Pomeroy

No Kenilworth traders have a stall at coming Kenilworth Food Festival

No food traders from Kenilworth will be manning any of the 50-plus stalls at Sunday’s inaugural Kenilworth Food Festival, it has emerged.

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Thomas Williams and Sheryl Caswell from Warwick Racecourse with members of Warwick Court Leet.

Warwick beer festival organisers remain positive despite on-going sign issues

Organisers of an annual beer and cider festival in Warwick remain positive about the event this week despite on-going sign issues.

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Hannah Dahlenburg (Queen of Night) and Julian Hubbard (Tamino). Picture: Matthew Williams-Ellis

Review: Magic and vigour abound in production of Mozart opera

Clive Peacock reviews The Magic Flute at Longborough Festival Opera, Moreton-in-Marsh

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New food festival coming to Kenilworth this Sunday

New food festival coming to Kenilworth this Sunday

Lovers of food and drink will be catered for in Kenilworth this Sunday (July 23) as new food festival comes to the town.

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Three coffees a day is the secret to a longer life

Three coffees a day is the secret to a longer life

The secret to a long life might be three cups of coffee as a landmark study reveals it reduces the risk of death from all disease.

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The ultimate Game of Thrones trivia quiz

The ultimate Game of Thrones trivia quiz

Do know your knights from your ladies and Kings Landings from Castle Blacks?

TV and Film
Micro Machines World Series is out now

Console Corner: Micro Machines World Series review

Good things come in small packages.

Tech 1
Go West

Pop duo Go West chat ahead of StepBack 80s concert

Pop duo Go West are riding the crest of an 80s revival wave and will be joining other acts from the era at the Ricoh Arena later this year.

Music 2
Sebastian Dibb and Will Parsons

Five Warwickshire boys given roles in two Shakespeare plays at the RSC

Five boys from Warwickshire, including three from Leamington, will be performing in two popular Shakespeare history plays at the RSC this summer.

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The Vickers-Bovey Guitar Duo

Review: Perfect setting for intense guitar concert in Ullenhall

Clive Peacock review the Vickers-Bovey Guitar Duo at St Mary the Virgin church, Ullenhall

Music
One of James Callaghans photographs of Jephson Gardens at night, part of an exhibition at the gardens East Lodge

Five of the best things to do around Leamington, Warwick and Kenilworth in the next seven days

From a taste of Thailand to rootsy reggae sounds, there's lots going on...

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Andy Serkis as Caesar

REVIEW: Sophisticated blockbuster action in latest Apes escapade

Tom Wade reviews War for the Planet of the Apes (12A), starring Andy Serkis

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The 'faultess' cast of The Physicists

REVIEW: Madness and morality handled with humour in latest Loft production in Leamington

Charles Essex reviews The Physicists at the Loft Theatre, Leamington

Theatre and Comedy
Lucy Rose performs in Leamington music shop Head

REVIEW: Emotional and captivating home-town show by Lucy Rose

Sam Jackson reviews Lucy Rose at Head in the Royal Priors, Leamington

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