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What's On 23 March-29 March

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Artisan market

The Artisan Market returns to the town centre on Sunday

Thursday 23 March

(until  Saturday) Faustx2, a version with music of Goethe’s dramatic poem. The Watermill, Bagnor Box office 01635 46044

(until  Saturday) Newbury Youngstars present: Camp Rock the Musical, 7.30pm. Arlington Arts, Snelsmore Common. Box office 01635 244246

(until  Sunday) Newbury Rotary Young Photographer’s competition  exhibition, 10am-4pm. West Berkshire Museum

 Live and Lyrical, 8pm. New Greenham Arts.  Age guide 18 plus. Box office 0845 5218218

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

Choir 55, 2pm-4pm, St Nicolas Church Hall, Singing Sessions for over-55s. £3.50. More info from Corn Exchange on 0845 5218218

(until Saturday) The Kitchen Sink, New Era Players present an acclaimed comedy by Tom Wells. 8pm. New Era Theatre, Andover Road, Wash Common  RG14 6NU. Tickets £10 boxoffice@neweraplayers.org

 

Friday 24 March

 

(and Saturday) Jump Season finale racing, Newbury Racecourse. For details, call (01635) 40015 www.newburyracecourse.co.uk

PTFA Ladies Pamper Evening, 7.30pm-10pm. Thatcham Park School, Park Avenue, Thatcham RG18 4NP, Tickets £1 in advance from school office or £2 on the door. (Over 16s only)

Family History,   10.30am-12.30pm. Newbury library.  Free, drop-in.

Champions of magic, 7.45pm. Corn Exchange, Newbury. Box office 0845 5218218

 

Saturday 25 March

Reminiscence, 11am-12 noon. Newbury library.  Come and talk about the past and share your memories.

Newbury’s annual litter pick, 1pm-3pm. Join at one of the starting points: Falkland Memorial; car park at the corner of Stoney Lane/Waller Drive; Northcroft Park; Retail Park – outside McDonald’s. Litter picking equipment will be provided. For more information, call  Newbury Town Council on (01635) 41583

Thames Valley Ancient Egypt Society (Oxon, Berks, Bucks) lecture: The Mummy Pits of Ancient Egypt, by Tessa Baber 2pm.  Oakwood Centre, Headley Road, Woodley RG5 4JZ. Visitors welcome. Tickets £3. 

Big Girls Don’t Cry, 7.45pm. Corn Exchange, Newbury. Box office 0845 5218218

Ian MacDonald presents  Ethos Comedy: an evening of stand-up comedy, 7.30pm-10pm.  Ace Space, St Nicolas Road, Newbury

South Berks Concert Band – Best of British, a musical trip around the UK with charity partner Save the Children Kennet Branch, 7.30pm. Kennet Valley Free Church, Calcot, RG31 7YT. For tickets email southberksconcertband@yahoo.com

The Continental Quartet,  7.30pm. St Mary’s Church, Thatcham. Tickets £7 or £5 for students with under 12s free – available on the door or by emailing info@thecontinentalquartet.com

Cantebus Newbury Chamber Choir evening of sacred and secular music, 7.30pm. St Mary’s Church, Kintbury. Tickets £10 from Corner Stores, Kintbury, or on the door

Study day Sacred & Profane – the art and life of Stanley Spencer, 10am-4pm. Sandham Memorial Chapel, Burghclere. £30. Booking essential on 0344 2491895

90th anniversary of dedication service with the Bishop of Basingstoke, 4.15pm. Sandham Memorial Chapel, Burghclere

 

Sunday 26 March

 

Mothering Sunday Service, 10.30am. St Mary’s Church, Speen. Everyone is welcome – posies of flowers will be distributed, and refreshments served afterwards

Newbury Artisan Market, 10am-4pm. Town centre

 

Monday 27 March

 

Memory café:  Crafting with Helen Mortimer, 10.30am-12.30pm Balcony bar, Corn Exchange, Newbury. Sessions for people living with dementia and their carers

 

Tuesday 28 March

 Monoprint workshop with Robert Fitzmaurice, 11am- 4.30pm. Sandham Memorial Chapel, Burghclere. £50. Booking essential on 0344 2491895

 

Wednesday 29 March

Meet the curator, noon, West Berkshire Museum

Rosalind, Dance theatre presented by James Cousins Company, 7.45pm. Corn Exchange, Newbury. Box office 0845 5218218

(until April 1) Watermill Senior Youth Theatre presents Ann Veronica by HG Wells, Watermill, Bagnor. Box office 01635 46044

Talk: An ancient track: the middle Ridgeway by Patrick Dillon 7.45 – 9.00pm, The Oak Room, Memorial Hall, Broad Lane, Upper Bucklebury, RG7 6QH Everyone welcome, free admission, no need to book

 

 

 

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