Explore Tamworth’s rich heritage this season and summer events.
Join the popular monthly street food event, Street Eats and Beats. St Editha's Square will see World street food traders in pop ups and vehicles waiting to tantalise your taste buds with their gourmet dishes. Plus a DJ and live entertainment into the evening.
Outdoor theatre comes to Dosthill Park on Sunday, June 16. Join Mole, Ratty and Badger on their mad-cap adventures in this heart-warming tale. Picnics and blankets are welcome.
Family fun continues during half-term from May 27 - June 2 at the castle, with the popular 'Castle Quest'.
Save the date for the Castle Grounds Bandstand entertainment beginning from Saturday, June 22. Artists will perform every weekend throughout the summers weeks with a mixture of contemporary, country, modern pop and classical music.
Don't forget this year's Outdoor Cinema in the Castle Grounds this August 10. Get your popcorn ready, grab a friend and cosy under a blanket to enjoy a classic movie of the midnight showing of Beetlejuice or the earlier showing of Bohemian Rhapsody. Entrance is by tickets only, available from: www.tamworthartsandevents.co.uk/whats-on.
There’s also plenty on offer at the wide variety of Tamworth attractions including Tamworth Snowdome, Thomas Land, Jump Xtreme, Namco Funscape and Monty’s Indoor Adventure.
As well as Tamworth’s own 14 nature reserves; the town is bordered by a number of parks which hold their own spring, half term and Easter events which are brilliant for families. These include Kingsbury Water Park, Pooley Country Park and Heritage Centre, Rosliston Forestry Centre and Conkers Discovery Centre.
Don’t forget the town will begin it’s preparations for the award-winning Heart of England in-Bloom competition. Tamworth is proud to hold the gold award for the past nine years and will be ensuring that floral displays will not disappoint visitors and judges this year.
Tamworth offers a variety of entertainment and activities to suit all tastes, from music, comedy and theatre productions, to farms and fayres. Check out our What’s On pages to see what the season has in store.