All events in June
Wed 30 May - Fri 1 June 7.30pm
An ape is assimilated into human society in this adaptation of A Report to the Academy by Franz Kafka.
Fri 15 Jun 8.30pm
Tackling the big questions of life, immortality, happiness and why England always lose.
Fri 29 Jun 8pm
A living legend, Masekela comes to Warwick Arts Centre with his unique joyful trumpet sound combining jazz, hip-hop and funk.
Tue 1 May - Sat 23 Jun, Mon-Sat 12-9pm
Moving image installations from Turner Prize-winning artist Douglas Gordon
Fri 1 - Tue 5 June
A story divided by four decades, starring Vanessa Paradis.
Wed 30 May - Sat 2 Jun
Music Theatre Warwick bring an explosive and stirring musical to Warwick Arts Centre.
Fri 1 - Mon 4 Jun
An off-beat campus comedy with some interesting characters, from director Whit Stillman.
Sat 2 Jun 1.30pm
A musical version of Dickens' The Pickwick Papers for all the family.
Sun 3 Jun 7.45pm
Marcel Lucont and Pete Firman preview their new shows at Warwick Arts Centre before they head north for the Edinburgh Fringe..
Tue 5 & Wed 6 Jun
The directorial debut by Dexter Fletcher, telling tale of a man forced to face up to fatherhood on his release from prison.
Wed 6 & Thu 7 Jun
A visually stunning, elegant and faithful remake of the 1960s black and white classic, Harakiri
Come along to the Music Centre at lunchtime on Thursdays and check out our series of FREE concerts.
Thu 7 Jun 6pm
Words & Ideas
One of the world's greatest contemporary novelists, Novel Prize-winning Mario Vargas Llosa discusses his latest novel.
Thu 7 Jun 6.30pm
REM is our twice-yearly screening of regional short films.
Fri 8 - Wed 13 Jun
A witty, heart-warming tale of love and marriage set in Bolton's Indian community.
Fri 8 - Sun 10 Jun
An alternate ending to the tale of Butch Cassidy: and a welcome addition to the cowboy genre.
Sun 10 Jun 2012, 7.45pm
Intelligent comedy and wordy whimsy from critically-acclaimed comedian Alex Horne
Mon 11 Jun 6.30pm
A fascinating documentary about the life of celebrated athropologist Gregory Bateson.
Mon 11 - Wed 13 Jun
A director's plans to film in a Bolivian town are derailed by protests against privatisation of the water supply.
Tue 12 & Wed 13 Jun 7pm
The first chance to see the full-length version of this play since its development at the Bite Size festival
Thu 14 Jun & Thu 28 Jun 7pm
Another chance to see this visionary production directed by Danny Boyle.
Fri 15 - Thu 21 Jun
A new film from one of Britain's finest directors, Ken Loach.
Fri 15 - Thu 21 Jun
A wonderfully kooky new film from the 'King of Quirk' Wes Anderson.
Sun 17 Jun 2012 7.45pm
Robin continues his comic exploration of the human condition in his new show.
Tue 19 & Wed 20 Jun 7.30pm
Britain's most prolific choreographer revisits some of his early work.
Wed 20-Sat 23 Jun 7.45pm
A hypnotically tragicomic play about freedom of expression, the power of storytelling and dark childhood experience.
Fri 22 Jun - Sun 1 Jul
The hotly-anticipated prequel to Alien, starring Michael Fassbender and Charlize Theron.
Fri 22 Jun 7.30pm
The music of the world is brought to Warwick Arts Centre in a special one-off concert.
Fri 22 - Mon 25 June
Jason Segel and Susan Sarandon star in this comedy drama about family relationships under strain.
Sat 23 Jun 1-2.30pm
Experiment with inks and paints to magically transform your reflection into a sculpture. Ages 6+.
Sat 23 Jun 1.30pm
An animated crime mystery which unfurls on the rooftops of Paris.
Sat 23 Jun 2.30pm
Words & Ideas
The award-winning television adventurer talks about his encounters with wild wonders.
Sat 23 Jun 7.30pm
The University of Warwick's award-winning Big Band take to the stage at Warwick Arts Centre.
Sun 24 June 4pm
The University of Warwick Chorus perform an evening of dramatic and moving music.
Tue 26 Jun 6.30pm
Filmmaker Céline Sciamma brings a light and charming touch to this contemporary coming of age drama.
Wed 27 Jun 6.30pm
Films from the Midlands with live accompaniment by Cipher
Thu 28 Jun 8pm
The man behind 'Are you Dave Gorman' and 'Googlewhack Adventure' adds an extra date!
Fri 29 Jun 7.45pm
An amorphous funk 'masheen' that combines fresh original grooves with old favourites.
Fri 29 Jun - Mon 2 Jul
A French musical about a mother and daughter's romantic adventures, starring Catherine Deneuve.
Sat 30 Jun & Sun 1 Jul
An inspiring and extraordinary biopic of the American singer, songwriter and actor Harry Belafonte.
Sat 30 Jun 8pm
Four incredible women: one extraordinary concert.