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Today to Thu 12 Dec, closest first.    

More details - Arts for Hungerford - Film - Shoplifters
Wryly humorous, Osamu and Nobuyo live with their family in a small and isolated house in Tokyo. Having only part-time jobs, they augment their income by shoplifting. One day, after shoplifting from a store, Osamu and his son run into a little homeless girl shivering with cold.
The Croft Hall Hungerford
Fri 15 Nov 19

More details - Arts For Hungerford - Music - Philip Daish-Handy & Martyn Penrose
Something for everyone Dynamic English cellist Philip Daish-Handy returns to Hungerford with his accompanist Martin Penrose to present a fascinatingly varied programme.
The Croft Hall Hungerford
Sat 16 Nov 19

More details - Arts For Hungerford - Music - Contemporary Young Musicians
Stars of the future Enjoy the best of local up-and-coming young musicians in a great environment, and there’s free entrance for under 18s. This time we have returning talent with Cerea Folkes on piano and Indie band Disorganised plus two new acts.
The Croft Hall Hungerford
Sat 23 Nov 19

More details - Arts for Hungerford - Film - Stan and Ollie
Creative bond It’s 1953, several years after their last film and with their immense celebrity on the wane, renowned comedy double act Stan Laurel (Steve Coogan) and Ollie Hardy (John C. Reilly) embark on a modest tour of British seaside towns and music halls.
The Croft Hall Hungerford
Fri 6 Dec 19

More details - Arts For Hungerford - Music - Ultimate Elton and the Rocket Band
Matchless tribute Some tribute artists look like their idol, some sound like their idol. Paul Bacon as Sir Elton John does both! Close your eyes and you won’t believe your ears, open your eyes and you won’t believe them either!
The Croft Hall Hungerford
Sat 7 Dec 19

More details - Colour and Style by Caroline Dallas of Luna Boutiques
Caroline Dallas is the owner of Luna Boutiques. Caroline decided to expand her knowledge of colour and style and trained as a Colour me Beautiful Image Consultant.
Hungerford Pop up shop 127A High St, Hungerford
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More details - Cocktails for Christmas
Laura has been working on the bartending scene for five years, and has worked in a variety of different settings – with a variety of different cocktail set ups (some, in her words great and some truly dire!). She has become passionate about drinks and can’t wait to show people what a good cocktail is made of.
Hungerford Pop up shop 127A High St, Hungerford
Tue 26 Nov 19

More details - From 'Bron to Marion'
Iris is a local author and publisher of 8 books. Her talk will cover the genesis of her Bron series, inspired by her involvement on an archaeological dig in Beedon, through to her latest novel, ‘My Lady Marian’ set in the court of Henry VIII.
Hungerford Pop up shop 127A High St, Hungerford
Thu 28 Nov 19

More details - 'Hat Hospital' with Jane Corbett
Jane is a well known local milliner, whose beautiful hats have received worldwide attention! She is going to demonstrate how to refresh, re-trim and re-imagine your hat, giving it a new lease of life.
Hungerford Pop up shop 127A High St, Hungerford
Wed 4 Dec 19

More details - Decorating Christmas cakes for fun
Laura and Natalie will show you some simple tricks of the trade to produce Christmas Cakes you would be proud to give away as gifts or grace your own festive table.
Hungerford Pop up shop 127A High St, Hungerford
Tue 10 Dec 19

More details - A taste of Ramsbury
We invite you to join us for a taste of Ramsbury. As you enjoy a welcome G&T the Ramsbury Estates story will unfold, and you’ll be able to try a range of handcrafted beers and award winning single estate spirits.
Hungerford Pop up shop 127A High St, Hungerford
Wed 11 Dec 19

More details - Shalbourne Giant Book & Jigsaw Sale
Giant Book and Jigsaw Sale with hundreds of books for sale all priced at about £1 each with Children’s books priced at 50p each; jigsaws priced at about £3 each and tea and coffee being available
Shalbourne Village Hall Kingston Road Shalbourne
Sat 30 Nov 19

More details - Pelican Christmas Fair
Our fabulously festive Christmas Fair will be back for 2019 with 10 fantastic new stalls! We’ll have plenty of ideas for the perfect gift – including jewellery, children’s toys, and edible Christmas treats for the whole family.
The Vineyard, Stockcross Newbury
Mon 2 Dec 19

More details - The Pete Allen Jazz Band
An afternoon of happy foot tapping jazz with the Pete Allen Jazz Band, featuring Pete Allen (Reeds), Arthur Brown (Trumpet), Roger Marks (Trombone), Dave Moorwood (Guitar/Banjo), James Clamas (Piano), Dave Hanratty (Bass) and Richie Bryant (Drums). There is free parking and a licensed bar.
Deanwood Golf Club, Baydon Road, Stockcross, Newbury
Sun 17 Nov 19

More details - The Prince and The Pauper - Christmas 2019
Two young dreamers with very different lives long for change. The Prince is bored of royal life, of endless parties and rules and grown-ups. Most of all, he hates the grown-ups and wishes he had friends his own age to play with.
The Watermill Theatre Bagnor, Newbury
Today to Sat 4 Jan 2020

More details - Woolton Hill Village Market
A busy village market selling fresh, local and seasonal produce. Including fruit and veg; high welfare pork, lamb, chicken and beef, Devon fish, artisan cheese, hand-made chocolate and smallholder savouries, preserves and eggs.
Woolton Hill Village Hall, Woolton Hill, Newbury
Sat 7 Dec 19

More details - The Happiest Days of Your Life
It is 1947, and many boarding schools who were evacuated during the war are returning to their premises. Hilary Hall (boys) are back in their old school buildings after five years and are just settling in when they receive the news that they will have to share their premises with a school of similar size and type.
The New Era Theatre, St George’s Centre, Andover Road, Wash Common, Newbury RG146NU
Wed 27 Nov to Sat 30 Nov, Tue 3 Dec to Sat 7 Dec

More details - Antique and Collectors fair
This Antique fair will be held on the 1st Thursday of the month. Up to 30 stalls selling a wide selection of antiques and collectables to include :- silver, coins, militaria, jewellery, glass, treen and much more. Well sign posted Ample parking Free entrance Free wifi Disabled access Cafe
Newbury Rugby Club Monks Lane Newbury
Thu 5 Dec

More details - The Magic Flute
Kennet Opera’s main show for the year is Mozart’s The Magic Flute. Fully staged with orchestra, and sung in English, the show brings Papageno, Sarastro, the Queen of the Night and other weird and wonderful characters to the Arlington Arts Centre, near Newbury.
Arlington Arts Centre
Thu 21 Nov 19 to Sat 23 Nov

More details - Newbury Symphony Orchestra Concert
Concert including Shostakovich’s 5th Symphony, Bartok’s Dance Suite and Tchaikovsky’s Roccoco Variations for Cello and Orchestra.
St Nicolas Church, Newbury
Sat 30 Nov 19

More details - INTO FILM FESTIVAL - Yesterday
Jack is a struggling musician whose dreams of pop stardom are slowing disappearing despite the support coming from his childhood best friend and manager, Ellie. After riding his bike home from a gig one night, a power outage occurs across the world and he is struck by a car.
Corn Exchange, Market Place, Newbury, West Berkshire
Thu 21 Nov 19

More details - Newbury Artisan Market
Newbury Artisan Market takes over the streets of Newbury on the last Sunday of the month. Think quality produce, original art, designer crafts & sizzling street food, all mixed in with family activities, music and more...
Northbrook Street, Newbury
Sun 24 Nov 19

More details - Newbury Artisan Market
Newbury Artisan Market takes over the streets of Newbury on the last Sunday of the month. Think quality produce, original art, designer crafts & sizzling street food, all mixed in with family activities, music and more...
Northbrook Street, Newbury
Sun 8 Dec 19

More details - Neighbourhood Watch Meeting
A Neighbourhood Watch Meeting is being held on Monday 25 November 2019 at 7.30 pm in West Berkshire Council Offices, Market Street, Newbury. We shall be having a talk by Mark Godsland, who is the Thames Valley Police Cyber Protect Officer on Fraud and Cyber Crime and crime updates from the Police and Fire Service.
West Berkshire Council Offices, Market Street, Newbury
Mon 25 Nov 19

More details - Growing early vegetables - A lecture by Ray Broughton
During the cold winter months many gardeners look forward to the warmer months ahead when fresh, home-grown produce is plentiful. Sitting down to our first plate of new season vegetables fresh from the garden is something we all look forward to, but just how early can this be ?
St Nicolas School, Link Road, Newbury
Mon 2 Dec 19

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