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What’s On in West Berkshire and North Hampshire this week





Here’s what’s on in West Berkshire and North Hampshire this week. From abstract art and High School Musical to a candlelight Ed Sheeran experience.

Director of Volunteer Centre West Berkshire Garry Poulson outside Newbury Corn Exchange
Director of Volunteer Centre West Berkshire Garry Poulson outside Newbury Corn Exchange

Thursday, January 18

Vintage adventure, Thatcham Methodist Church, 2.30pm – 4pm. To book a place call or text Rev Brenda Harland on 07968 136962.

RARE Productions: High School Musical, Corn Exchange, Newbury, Thursday – Saturday. 7.30pm. Ticket prices range.

The amateur musical theatre youth group is returning to the Corn Exchange with teen favourite High School Musical.

Friday, January 19

Friday art at the Art Hub Café, Abstract minis with Jacky Purtill. City Arts, Hampton Road, Newbury, 11am – 12.30pm. Sessions are for adults only. Book tickets online.

Bouldering social, Northway Climbing Centre, York Road, Newbury. 7pm. Entry costs £12.

Live music at The Lion, Newbury. 8pm. Free event.

Live music with Deeno, Royal British Legion, Pelican Lane, Newbury. Free of charge. Starts at 8.30pm For details call 01635 47415.

Saturday, January 20

Ed Sheeran candlelight experience by Lumos Live, St Nicolas Church, Newbury 7pm. Booking required. Ticket prices range.

Lumos Live brings enchanting concert experiences paying homage to world famous artists at churches and other locations across the UK. The performance at this event will be a string trio.

Live music from band Stoney Lane, Royal British Legion, Pelican Lane, Newbury. Free of charge. Starts at 8.30pm For details call 01635 47415.

Sunday, January 21

Wedding Open day, The Post, Snelsmore Common, 9am – 5pm. RSVP at info@thepostbarn.co.uk to reserve a slot.

Tuesday, January 23

Lecture ‘The Many Faces of William Morris’ by The Arts Society Newbury, Arlington Arts Centre, Mary Hare School Donnington Newbury, 10.30am and 1.45pm. Visit http://theartssocietynewbury.org.uk/ for more information.

Jo Banham, a freelance curator, lecturer and writer, will be talking about designer, craftsman, conservationist and revolutionary socialist William Morris who is best-known today for his wallpapers and textiles.

BetVictor January afternoon racing, Newbury Racecourse. 1pm. Tickets can be purchased online.



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