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What’s on in the Newark Advertiser area May 16 - May 24





A round-up of club meetings, community events and theatre and music shows for the week ahead.

Thursday, May 16

Balderton: Library, Rattle, Rhyme And Roll for babies and toddlers, 2.30pm-3pm

Coddington: Village Hall, talk by David Ives on 1943: The Secret Eakring Oilfield, 7.30pm

Lincoln: Engine Shed, Steve Bugeja – Self Doubt (I Think) 7.30pm

Newark: National Civil War Centre, Mini Museum activities for under 5s, term-time only, 10.30am

Newark: Spotlight Gallery, Colour Texture Light exhibition by Clive McCarthy, to June 8

Newark: Stray’s, 4&6, 7pm

Nottingham: Theatre Royal, Bonnie and Clyde, 7.30pm plus matinees, to Saturday

Nottingham: Playhouse, Cabaret Liberte, 7.45pm

Nottingham: Rescue Rooms, Maybeshewill X Bossk

Southwell: Library, Open Studios Notts: Bringing Artists Into View exhibition, to June 9

Southwell: Minster, Music Of James Bond By Candlelight, 7.30pm

The Halle conductor Sir Mark Elder. Photo: Stephen Hough
The Halle conductor Sir Mark Elder. Photo: Stephen Hough

Friday, May 17

Newark: Palace Theatre, Talon – The Best Of The Eagles, 7.30pm

Newark: Stray’s, Neil C. Young New Trio, 7.30pm

Newark: Flying Circus, Crow Jane

Nottingham: Royal Concert Hall, The Halle, 7.30pm

Nottingham: Playhouse, The Olive Boy, 7.45pm

Nottingham: Rock City, The Rifles

Southwell: Library, Children’s Lego Club, 3.30pm-4.30pm; and tomorrow, 10am-noon; evening with author John Connolly, 7.30pm

Southwell: Minster, David Bowie By Candlelight, 7.30pm

Saturday, May 18

Halam: The Old Vicarage, Halam Hill, open garden, 1pm-4.30pm

Newark: Inspire, Buttermarket, Rattle, Rhyme And Roll for under-fives, 10am-10.30am; Chilldren’s Lego and Games Club, 11am-1pm; adult social Scrabble, 1pm-3pm; children’s craft activity, 1.30pm-2.30pm

Newark: National Civil War Centre, start of Newark Through Time town tour, 1.30pm

Newark: Market, Newark vegan and ethical market

Newark: Barnbygate Methodist Church, Newark Choral Society perform Rossini’s Petete Mess Solennelle, 7.30pm

Newark: Flying Circus, Robin Bibi Band

Newark: Palace Theatre, The Comedy Store Newark, 8pm

Nottingham: Rock City, Ferocious Dog and many more

Nottingham: Rescue Rooms, Girl Band!

Nottingham: Bodega, Afflecks Palace

Nottingham: Royal Concert Hall, Lost In Music. 7.30pm

Southwell: Minster, tour of minster, 10.30am-11.45am; tour of The Archbishop’s Palace and Palace Gardens, 12.15pm-1.15pm

Sunday, May 19

Bottesford: Off A52, carboot sale,7am-1pm

Newark: Flying Circus, The Blues Irregulars, 4pm

Newark: Navigation, live music, 6pm

Newark: Palace Theatre, The Shires – The Two Of Us tour, 7.30pm

Norwell: Norwell Nurseries, open gardens, 2pm-5pm

Nottingham: Rock City, Lucy Spraggan

Nottingham: Rescue Rooms, The Men They Couldn’t Hang

Nottingham: Bodega, Highschool

Nottingham: Theatre Royal, Jaackmaate’s Happy Hour Live, 7.30pm

Southwell: Minster, guided tour, 1.30pm-2.30pm

Winthorpe: Newark Showground, Ride Of Remembrance For Grace

Woodborough: 38 Main Street, open garden, 1pm-5pm

Monday, May 20

Southwell: Library, Rattle, Rhyme And Roll for babies and toddlers, 9.30am-10am; followed by Stay And Play

Winthorpe: Newark Showground, Runway Monday antiques market

Tuesday, May 21

Edwinstowe: Sherwood Forest, Hygge Nordic walk, 10am-noon

Nottingham: Theatre Royal, Cluedo 2 – The Next Chapter, 7.30pm plus matinees, to May 25

Nottingham: Bodega, Aaron West and The Roaring Twenties

Southwell: Library, Storyhullaballoo for under 5s, 4pm-4.30pm

Wednesday, May 22

Newark: Palace Theatre, Psychic Sally, 7.30pm

Southwell: Minster, tour of The Archbishop’s Palace and Palace Gardens, 10.30am-11.30am; Reach 25th anniversary service, 7pm

Iron Maiden frontman Bruce Dickinson is coming to Nottingham's Rock City.
Iron Maiden frontman Bruce Dickinson is coming to Nottingham's Rock City.

Thursday, May 23

Balderton: Library, Rattle, Rhyme And Roll for babies and toddlers, 2.30pm-3pm

Lincoln: New Theatre Royal, Comedy Night At The Royal, 8pm

Newark: National Civil War Centre, Mini Museum activities for under 5s, term-time only, 10.30am

Nottingham: Theatre Royal, Cluedo 2 – The Next Chapter, 7.30pm plus matinees, to Saturday

Nottingham: Royal Concert Hall, Strictly Come Dancing The Professionals, 7.30pm

Nottingham: Rock City, Bruce Dickinson

Nottingham: Rescue Rooms, Blancmange

Nottingham: Playhouse, Rotten, 7.45pm

Southwell: Library, Open Studios Notts: Bringing Artists Into View exhibition, to June 9

Friday, May 24

Lincoln: New Theatre Royal, Chaka – The Music Of Chaka Khan, 7.30pm

Nottingham: Playhouse, Talawa Firsts, 7.45pm, and tomorrow

Nottingham: Rock City, Raised By Owls and Red Method

Southwell: Minster, Friday Lunchtime Concert: Timothy Selman, 1.30pm-2.15pm

Southwell: Library, Children’s Lego Club, 3.30pm-4.30pm; and tomorrow, 10am-noon



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