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Coventry – home to Warwick Arts Centre, The Belgrade Theatre, Herbert Art Gallery, and the Tin Music and Arts Centre, it’s no wonder that Englands 9th largest city has been named the UK City of Culture 2021. It’s not just culture that Coventry can boast about – with the Lower and Upper Precinct Shopping Centre just a minutes walk away, this Giant Poster is ideally placed to target high street shoppers heading towards the likes of Pandora and JD Sports. Directly opposite an entertainment complex with a multiscreen cinema and a wide variety of restaurants to please everyone. If you are a lover of artisan coffee, Coventry does not fall short of independent cafes, with Finney’s Coffee, and Bean & Leaf, both popular amongst locals. You’ll also be spoilt for choice with buzzing bars giving a taste of Coventry nightlife – The Botanist, and Bayley Lane Kitchen are just some bars that serve up tasty cocktails.
Coventry is located just an hour away from Central London, with connections available from London’s Euston and Paddington.