The latest edition of the ‘A Flavour Of Life’ magazine is now available and full of information to help you find the best entertainment and dining experiences with the Worcestershire, Warwickshire and West Midlands area.
You can either read it right here or request a hard copy to be sent to you.
Whether it is for something to eat or if you are looking for some entertainment.
Formerly an old hotel, the restaurant has been carefully restored and refurbished in keeping with our famous Loch Fyne style. Oak panelling and exposed beamwork add to the inviting atmosphere and provide a perfect backdrop for a relaxed conversation over some delicious seafood and a bottle of good wine.
Perfectly placed in the centre of Knowle High Street, the M42, NEC and Birmingham Airport are all within easy reach, making it the ideal location for the business diner.
The Kings Head is a bar and restaurant offering the finest in modern British cuisine with Mediterranean influences accompanied with a tempting selection of real ales and fine wine.
Based in Worcester, and just a stones throw away from the busy city centre area makes it the ideal venue for business or pleasure for dining or enjoying a relaxing drink with friends.
The pub and restaurant has now been taken over and extensively refurbished by the same experienced Scoff & Quaff management team and owners behind the highly successful bars and restaurants in the The Swan – Whittington, The Ewe & Lamb – Bromsgrove, The Tivoli – Cheltneham, The Leopard – Bishops Tachbrook and The Crown & Sandys – Ombersley.
The Moorings canal side pub and kitchen on the Myton Road was reopened December 2010 following an imaginative and stylish £250k makeover, creating new jobs and introducing an award winning dining experience to both Warwick and Leamington Spa, The pub restaurant, is now under new ownership and has been revitalized by the two young entrepreneurs, who won the best national Food Pub of the Year Award for The Stag at Offchurch.
The Palace Theatre is a theatre in Redditch, in a Grade II listed building.
It opened in 1913. It is an example of Edwardian theatre and has received a major refurbishment restoring the theatre to its original state. Funds and grants were provided by Redditch Borough Council (£3M), and £920,500 as part of a £4 million scheme from The Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF).
The Palace building has been used as a variety hall, a cinema, a roller skating rink, and a bingo hall. Since 1971 it has been used exclusively as a theatre.