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What’s on in the Newark Advertiser area June 20 to June 28





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

Thursday, June 20

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

Lowdham: The Bookcase, an afternoon of poetry with Pauline Prior Pitt, 2pm-3.30pm

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

Newark: Palace Theatre, The Glam Rock Show – Get It On! 7.30pm

Nottingham: Theatre Royal, Awful Auntie, 1.30pm and 6.30pm; plus 10.30am and 6.30pm tomorrow

Nottingham: Playhouse, La Voix – The Red Ambition Tour, 7.30pm

Nottingham: Running Horse, Emily Duff

Winthorpe: Newark Showground, The Big Logistics Diversity Challenge

Newark Palace Theatre
Newark Palace Theatre

Friday, June 21

Lincoln: Engine Shed, Troy Hawke

Lowdham: The Bookcase, meet author Karen Swann with her latest book The Tale Of The Whale, 2pm-3pm

Lowdham: St Mary’s Church, former Home Secretary Alan Johnson talks about his books, 2.30pm-4pm

Newark: Palace Theatre, An Evening with Trevor And Gary, from That’ll Be The Day, 7.30pm

Newark: Stray’s, Joshing About, 7.30pm

Newark: Navigation, The Whistling Ducks, 9pm

Nottingham: Royal Concert Hall, Rob Lamberti presents Perfectly George, 7.30pm

Nottingham: Playhouse, An Evening Of Burlesque, 7.30pm

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

Southwell: Minster Palace Gardens, The Wonderful Wizard Of Oz, 6pm

The Palace Garden of Southwell Minster.
The Palace Garden of Southwell Minster.

Saturday, June 22

Edwinstowe: Sherwood Forest, Myths And Legends walk with the Master at Arms, 1pm

Lowdham: Village Hall, Lowdham Book Festival nature-themed day, 10-6pm

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 Besieged But Never Beaten town tour, 1.30pm

Newark: Flying Circus, Bag O’Bones, 4pm

Newark: Stray’s, Agree To Differ, 8pm

Newark: Navigation, BHDC, 9pm

Nottingham: Theatre Royal, Limelight Backstage Tour, 10.30am

Nottingham: Royal Concert Hall, The Night Sky Show, 7.30pm

Rufford: Country Park, Baby Owls Experience, 10.30am and 11.15am; Encounter With Owls, noon and 3.15p; Hawk Woodland Walk, 2pm

Southwell: Minster, tour of minster, 10.30am-11.15am

Winthorpe: Newark Air Museum, Cockpit Fest, and tomorrow

Sunday, June 23

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

Lincoln: New Theatre Royal, Tommy Blaize, 7.30pm

Lowdham: Village Hall, Lowdham Book Festival, crime-themed day, 11am-7pm

Newark: Stray’s, Dickie Baker Trio, 1pm

Newark: Flying Circus, Wellard Willy, 4pm

Newark: Navigation, Chris King, 6pm

Newark: Palace Theatre, The Glenn Miller and Big Band Spectacular, 7.30pm

Nottingham: Royal Concert Hall, The Music Of James Bond, 7.30pm

Southwell: Minster, Civic Service, 3pm

Winthorpe: Newark Showground, Great British Land Rover Show

Monday, June 24

Lowdham: The Bookcase, Marcus Alton talk on Brian Clough: The Lost Tapes, 7pm

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

Tuesday, June 25

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

Lowdham: The Bookcase start, local walk with Mike Hoare, 10.30am

Lowdham: St Mary’s Church, Wendy Joseph KC talk on Rough Justice, 6.30pm

Nottingham: Theatre Royal, Unfortunate, 7.3pm plus matinees, to June 29

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

Wednesday, June 26

Lincoln: New Theatre Royal, Punt And Dennis, 7.30pm

Lowdham: St Mary’s Church, talk by Jane Robinson on Trailblazer: The First Feminist To Change Our World, 6.30pm

Southwell: Minster, tour of The Archbishop’s Palace and Palace Gardens, 10.30am-11.30am; Historic Building Mythbusting, 2.30pm

Thursday, June 27

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

Edwinstowe: Sherwood Forest, The Wonderful Wizard Of Oz, 6.30pm

Lincoln: New Theatre Royal, Luke Combs UK, 7.30pm

Lowdham: The Bookcase, talk by James Wright on Historic Mythbusting In Nottinghamshire, 11am

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

Nottingham: Theatre Royal, Unfortunate, 7.3pm plus matinees, to Saturday

Nottingham: Royal Concert Hall, The Halle – Sir Mark Elder’s Farewell Concert, 7.30pm

Friday, June 28

Edwinstowe: Sherwood Forest, Outdoor cinema – Disney’s Robin Hood, noon; The Princess Bride, 3pm

Lincoln: Engine Shed, Legend – The Music Of Bob Marley,

Newark: Palace Theatre, Serial Killer Next Door, 7.30pm

Newark: Stray’s, Revisiting Amy, 7.30pm

Newark: Navigation, Mojo, 9pm.

Nottingham: Royal Concert Hall, Lea Salonga: Stage, Screen And Everything In Between, 7.30pm

Nottingham: Rock City, The Breeders

Southwell: Minster, Friday Lunchtime Concert: Musicians from the Minster School, 1.30pm-2.15pm

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



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