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Celebrating 125 years of the National Trust’s properties. Paintings of favourite National Trust properties by Jilly Oxlade-Arnott will be on display in the Court. Booking Not Needed.
Croome, near High Green, Worcester,
Today to Wed 11 Mar

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Alvechurch French Dance and Music Come and enjoy a variety of traditional French dances, Bourrees, Scottisches, Polkas, Mazurkas, Waltzes, Breton etc All abilities of dancer and musician welcome.
Alvechurch Village Hall
Sat 1 Feb, Sat 7 Mar

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Tai Chi for Living Well The Tai Chi for Living Well course teaches the benefits of Tai Chi through a series of simple Tai Chi exercises.
St Barnabas Church Hall, Green Lane, Worcester
Tue 4 Feb, Tue 11 Feb, Tue 18 Feb, Tue 25 Feb, Tue 3 Mar

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Artist Kashif Nadim Chaudrys new installation is inspired by Croomes history as a residential Boys School.
Croome, near High Green, Worcester,
Mon 24 Feb to Thu 23 Apr

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This new exhibition of portraits, from Croomes own collection and on loan from private collections depicts the history of the Coventry family from the turn of the seventeenth-century through to the
Croome, near High Green, Worcester,
Mon 24 Feb to Thu 23 Apr

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Part of the antiques fair circuit for decades, don’t miss this tri-annual event. Quality antiques and collectables.
The Severn Hall, Three Counties Showground, Malvern
Sun 1 Mar

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Charity Evening of Clairvoyance with TV Psychic Julie Angel A fascinating opportunity to revisit the past, propel to the future and discover a totally different spiritual dimension! Is time travel possible? Can we really communicate with the afterlife?
The Foley Arms Hotel, 14 Worcester Road, Malvern
Mon 2 Mar

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The Royal Ballet presents a double bill of Cathy Marston’s new work inspired by cellist Jacqueline du Pré and Jerome Robbins’s elegant and elegiac classic. Recorded at the Royal Opera House, London.
Number 8, Pershore
Tue 3 Mar

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Cheer on the mighty Warriors with us at Sixways. Dinner and match ticket included. The charity lounge opens at 5.45pm and a curry buffet will be served from 6.15pm.
Sixways Stadium Worcester
Fri 6 Mar

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Counterfeit Sixties Show Re-live the sounds of the swinging sixties, as Britain’s No. 1 tribute show brings alive the magic of the sixties with their tribute to over twenty five bands of that era.
Regal Theatre, Teme Street, Tenbury Wells
Sat 7 Mar
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Celebrating 125 years of the National Trust’s properties. Paintings of favourite National Trust properties by Jilly Oxlade-Arnott will be on display in the Court. Booking Not Needed.
Croome, near High Green, Worcester,
Thu 12 Mar to Sun 10 May

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La Grande Vadrouille (PG) This film is considered one of the greatest comic achievements of French cinema and one of the most popular films ever shown in France.
The FeckenOdeon Cinema, High Street, Feckenham
Fri 13 Mar

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Ashton under Hill is a picturesque village situated at the foot of Bredon Hill, with idyllic views in all directions.
The Star, Elmley Road, Ashton under Hill, Evesham
Sat 14 Mar, Sun 5 Apr, Fri 1 May

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Inkberrow Brownies Annual Jumble Sale Saturday 14th March 2020 Inkberrow Village hall WR7 4HJ, 12-2pm Entrance fee £1 Early access including traders only with prior arrangement contact
Inkberrow Village Hall, Sands Road, Inkberrow
Sat 14 Mar

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Built in 1728, Burford House and its beautiful gardens contain a spot where the three counties of Worcestershire, Herefordshire and Shropshire meet.
Burford House, Burford, Tenbury Wells
Sun 15 Mar, Fri 27 Mar, Sat 2 May

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Harp & A Monkey - The Victorians Harp and a Monkey specialise in poignant, humorous and melodic short stories (traditional and original) about life, love and remembrance.
Feckenham Village Hall, High Street, Feckenham, Nr Redditch.
Sun 15 Mar

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Antonio Pappano conducts Lise Davidsen and Jonas Kaufmann in a new production of Beethoven’s only opera. Live via satellite from the Royal Opera House.
Number 8, Pershore
Tue 17 Mar

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Orchestra of the Swan present an evening of elegant and delicate works, performing pieces by Schubert, Gounod and Beethoven.
Number 8, Pershore
Fri 20 Mar

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Three, superb, sea-themed choral and orchestral works performed in the soaring surroundings of Worcester Cathedral, conclude Worcester Festival Choral Society’s 2019-20 concert season with a
Worcester Cathedral 8 College Yard
Sat 21 Mar

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This is a plant specialists 1½ acre informal working garden, parts of which are used for plant production rather than for show. Situated next to common land.
Brockamin, Worcester
Sun 22 Mar

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Evening of Clairvoyance with TV Psychic Julie Angel A fascinating opportunity to rewind the past, propel to the future and explore a totally different spiritual dimension! Is it possible to communicate with the afterlife?
Chaddesley Corbett Village Hall, Kidderminster
Fri 27 Mar

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Music in the Chapel A Recital by the Curzon Brass Quintet with music from Baroque to Jazz to suit all tastes. A tremendous sound is generated by two trumpets, a trombone, horn and tuba in the hands of 5 young...
High Street, Bewdley
Sat 28 Mar

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Three Weddings & A Funeral (15) Is it really 25 years since this comedy first delighted the world? Deftly written by Richard Curtis and directed by the versatile Mike Newell, Four Weddings is as good as...
The FeckenOdeon Cinema, High Street, Feckenham
Sat 28 Mar

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The Bromsgrove International Musicians’ Competition (BIMC) - 40th Anniversary Celebration Concert The 40th Anniversary of The Bromsgrove International Musicians’ Competition takes
Routh Concert Hall, Bromsgrove School, Worcester Road, Bromsgrove
Tue 31 Mar to Sat 4 Apr

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