THEATRE TOUR DATES 2019
Discover the history of the Old Beneficial School on one of Groundlings’ historical tours.
Explore the truth surrounding Charles Dickens’ birth and learn of former pupil Sir Henry Ayers, the man who became a rock in the middle of Australia.
Come and see 10 different local artists’ work all part of West Berkshire Open Studios in this very special setting. Talk to the artists about their creations, see what has inspired them and perhaps buy something special too.
Sandham Memorial Chapel, Harts Lane, Burghclere, near Newbury
Spread the word - they’re back!
Beach Boyz Tribute Band is back in town with its brand new 2019 show The Beach Boys® Tribute Show!
See the boys up close as featured on BBC TV, BBC Radio Wales and BBC and independent local radio stations across the UK!
Glorious rhododendrons and azaleas form a backdrop for our C19 garden, first opened in the 1930s for the fledgling NGS. The C16 manor house (not open) overlooks a grand parterre with urns, box and yew hedges.
Enjoy free access to our two self guided farm trails at Country Market.
Guided by specially featured markers and the free information leaflet, the easy to follow trails will take either 3,000 or 5,000 steps depending on your route.
Country Market, Osborne & Malthouse Farms, Kingsley, Bordon
Through a series of outdoor activities, families can learn about and look after nature. Among other tasks, measure bug biodiversity, see how camouflage works and map the audible landscape of The Vyne. Pick up an activity booklet from Visitor Reception and complete the activities.
Don’t miss BRICKOSAURS! A world exclusive, prehistoric LEGO® brick experience that will see 50 astonishing dinosaur sculptures inhabit Marwell Zoo, including the biggest ever move-able LEGO brick dinosaur model - a whopping 8 metre T-Rex!
A selection of contemporary botanical illustrations from the collection of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. The exhibition includes a selection of pieces by one of the worlds most important botanical painters, Pandora Sellars, alongside works by Masumi Yamanaka, Christabel King, Lucy Smith and others.
Pick up our special map to discover the spring treats our garden and woodland have to offer on this self-led route. Explore our glorious grounds and see the wonders that spring brings to our garden and woodland. Booking Not Needed. Children are welcome. Dogs on leads welcome.
Straight from the West End, Cassidy Connors is back and ready to party! Cassidy will be giving you a chance to win prizes that you will not believe – from a tin of beans to cash prizes and much more in Cassidy’s fabulous interactive show.
Coco Bar & Lounge
ASPEX GALLERY NEEDS YOUR HELP TO SAVE ITS WORKSHOP FOR CHILDREN & FAMILIES IN PORTSMOUTH
LAUNCH: Saturday 27 April 2019
-Your donations could see Aspex continue to support families and children through free and inclusive activities.
The Point’s Creation Space offers artists 24 hour access to a beautiful, light-filled, double-height, sprung floor rehearsal space with accommodation.
Each week we welcome some of the most exciting companies to test new ideas, take risks and break new ground in thisamazing facility.
Dame Elizabeth Blackadder is one of our greatest artists: the first woman to be elected both to the Royal Scottish Academy and the Royal Academy, she was given the prestigious title of Her Majesty’s Painter and Limner in Scotland in 2001.
Willis Museum and Sainsbury Gallery
The BP Portrait Award is the most prestigious portrait painting competition in the world. The award is aimed at encouraging artists of all ages to focus upon and develop the theme of portraiture in their work and this year’s exhibition has 48 exceptional entries.
Winchester Discovery Centre, Jewry Street, Winchester
Richard Digance is a BAFTA Nominated entertainer and a recipient of The Gold Award from The British Academy of Composers and Songwriters. He has also won a Sony Award and is one of only three British folk singers mentioned in The Virgin Anthology of Songwriters for his contribution to comedy songwriting.
This fantastic night will be the highlight of our Brain Injury Awareness Week 20th -26th May 2019 and will be our main fundraising event.
A Ceilidh (pronounced Kay-lee) is a gaelic word meaning gathering or party. It is a traditional social event with Scottish folk music, singing and traditional dancing.
Come and try orienteering at West Wood, Netley - suitable for walkers, runners, beginners, family groups, individuals...all ages welcome! It’s a fun way to add some extra interest to your weekend walk or run. There will be people there to show you how to get started if you haven’t tried it before.
Arena Activities including ’It’s A Knockout Team Competition’ from 12:00 Noon until 3.00 p.m.
Fun Dog Show - details of the Classes will be published shortly.
Community & Commercial Stalls including large display of Model Lifeboats in the RNLI Marquee.
New Milton Recreation Ground