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Why not coincide your visit with one of our spectacular events?
Click on a month below to find a schedule of events
Community Cardiac Rehabilitation Exercise Classes Phase IV at Pershore Leisure Centre
Starting Thursday 22nd July. Suitable for all levels of fitness.
Community Pulmonary Rehabilitation Exercise Classes
Mon 26th July - Dec 2021. Exercise class suitable for all levels of fitness.
Pershore Bridge Club : welcomes new members.
Every Tuesday Evening September to April.
Bishampton Gardening Club – Ornamental Grasses
3rd November 2021 19:30pm, Village Hall, Bishampton
National Theatre Live: Follies at Number 8.
Thursday 4 November - 7.00pm. Another opportunity to see this dazzling production of Stephen Sondheim’s legendary musical starring Imelda Staunton. Recorded in 2017.
Soap making workshop – Three Little Pigs, Birlingham
Saturday 6th November. Make beautiful made hand soaps.
Fire and Light at the Angel Hotel, Pershore
Saturday 6th November. Children's party, jaw dropping fire stunts and a spectacular LED light performance. An evening of fire, light and fun for all of the family!
Lino Printing workshop – Three Little Pigs, Birlingham
Sunday 7th November. Create a set of festive greetings cards from your own design.
Bolshoi Ballet: Spartacus at Number 8.
Sunday 7th November at 3pm. The Bolshoi Ballet return to cinemas with this balletic tour de force, set to Aram Khachaturian’s superb score. Broadcast live from the Bolshoi Theatre in Moscow.
Rag wreath workshop – Three Little Pigs, Birlingham
Saturday 20th November and 5th December. Create two beautiful rag wreaths.
Silver ring workshop – Three Little Pigs, Birlingham
Sunday 21st November. Create your own silver ring in a day.
Belshazzar’s Feast at Number 8.
Thursday 25th November at 7.30pm. An evening of festive treats mixing traditional folk, seasonal material and wry humour from the fabulously eccentric Belshazzar’s Feast.