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What's On 20 April-26 April

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What's On  20 April-26 April

Get up close to some birds of prey in Newbury Market Place on Sunday

THURSDAY  20 April

(until 22 July) Twelfth Night The Watermill, Bagnor Box office 01635 46044

Craft and Chat 11am-1pm Newbury Library. Free drop-in session for adults.

Mega Make and Do for 3-8 year olds 1.30pm New Greenham Arts  Box office 0845 5218218

Topsy Turvey theatre presents Christopher Nibble.2pm Arlington Arts Centre, Snelsmore Common. (suitable for ages 2-7). Box office 01635 244246

Someone like you  - all your favourite Adele hits performed by Katie Markham. 7.45pm Corn Exchange, Newbury, Box Office 0845 5218218

Naomi’s Wild and Scary 2pm The Anvil, Basingstoke Box office 01256 844244

Sam Kelly and Jamie Francis 8pm New Greenham Arts Box office 0845 5218218

Rhythm ,percussion, drumming Samba workshops with Adrian Wiggins.11am, 1pm, 2.30pm St Paul’s Church, Ashford Hill. £6 Book on 01635 299227

FRIDAY 21 April

Family History with members of the Berkshire Family History Society. 10.30am-12.30pm  Newbury Library Free, drop-in.

Steam-fix silk painting with Helen Mortimer 10am-1pm City Arts, Hampton Road Newbury

(and tomorrow)Dubai Duty Free Spring Trails Newbury Racecourse

 

Russell Kane:Right Man, Wrong Age. 8pm The Anvil, Basingstoke Box office 01256 844244.

SATURDAY 22 April

Pangbourne and District Bowls Club Open Day 2pm Pangbourne Bowls Club, Recreation Ground, Thames Avenue, Pangbourne. Free. Come along and try bowling for yourself. Fun for all the family, refreshments and a great afternoon out.

(and tomorrow) Experimental flowers in watercolours with Isabel Carmona – two day workshop.10am-3pm each day. City Arts, Hampton Road, Newbury www.cityartsnewbury.co.uk

#Lift your Mind roadshow  9am-3pm Newbury Market Place

Brianiac Live 2 pm and 4.30pm Corn Exchange, Newbury Box office 0845 5218218

Thames Valley Ancient Egypt Society Lecture: Egyptian Coffins: Exploring the carpenter's craft. By Dr Geoffrey Killen.
2.00 pm, Oakwood Centre, Headley Road, Woodley RG5 4JZ
Visitors welcome (£3).

Reminiscence. 3pm-4pm Newbury Library. Come and talk about past times and share your memories.

Paul Lamb and the King Snakes 8pm Arlington Arts Centre, Snelsmore Common Box office 01635 244246

(and tomorrow) Reading Contemporary Art Fair  Rivermead Leisure Complex, Reading

Shalbourne & District Gardening Club Annual Plant Sale 10am-12.30pm Shalbourne Village Hall (SN8 3QF) Free admission 

Dogs Trust Easter Fair on Sunday 23rd April, 11am to 3pm. Dogs Trust Newbury Rehoming Centre, Plumbs Farm, Hamstead Marshall, RG20 0HR  01488 658391

SUNDAY 23 April

St George’s Day activities 11am-3pm Newbury Market Place including Falconer Ray Prior and his birds of prey at 11am

Concert with Janet Coxwell, Andy Smets and friends. 7pm St Michael and All Angels Church, Highclere. Followed by a drinks reception at Highclere Farm. Tickets £15 contact Jo Walsh 01645 255013

City Arts Poetry Gathering 3pm-4.30pm City Arts, Hampton Road, Newbury info@cityartsnewbury.co.uk

 

Newbury Talks: Re-imagining the future - doing things differently by Mark Stevenson.3pm -4pm Newbury Town Hall

(and tomorrow) The First Hippo on the Moon.   Corn Exchange Newbury  Times vary. Box office  0845 5218218

MONDAY 24 April

 Thatcham Historical Society Heritage Walk  with Dr Nick Young 2pm at St Mary’s Church, Thatcham.

TUESDAY 25 April

Memory café:  African Music Session with Jo May. 10.30am-12.30pm Balcony Bar, Corn Exchange, Newbury. Sessions for people living with dementia and their carers.

 

Newbury District Field Club. Talk on Donnington castle by David Peacock. 7.30pm St John’s Parish Room, St John’s Church, Newbury.

WEDNESDAY 26 April

Audience with Ian Waite and Natalie Lowe :Somewhere in time. 7.30pm Corn Exchange, Newbury. Box office 0845 5218218.

Sara Pascoe : Animal   7.30pm The Haymarket, Basingstoke.  Box office 01256 844244

Hungerford Historical Association Talk by Graham Palmer on the Aldbourne Bell Foundry 7.30pm Hungerford Corn Exchange Visitors welcome £4

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