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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

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Singing Workshop hosted by Pershore Community Choir

Sunday 3rd October 2pm until 5pm. Singing workshop, open to all.

Love Sarah (12A)at Number 8.

Monday 4th October at 11am; Tue 5th Oct at 7.30pm. Back by popular demand, this heartfelt drama follows a young woman who sets out to fulfil her late mother’s dream of opening a bakery in Notting Hill.

Bishampton Gardening Club – Hidcote

6th October 2021 19:30pm, Village Hall, Bishampton

Rock Pathfinders guided walk, Astley Cross and Kinver

Thursday 7th and Thursday 21st October 2021. Guided walks.

The Champion of Auschwitz(15) at Number 8.

Thursday 7 October - 7.30pm. Based on true events, this compelling drama follows pre-war boxing champ Tadeusz ‘Teddy’ Pietrzykowski who became a symbol of hope for victory over Nazi terror.

Granny’s Attic at Number 8.

Friday 8 October - 7.30pm. This acclaimed folk trio return to Number 8 bringing their lively mix of traditional and original music.

The V&A presents Alice: Curiouser and Curiouser at Number 8.

Thursday 14 October - 7.30pm; Friday 15 October - 2.30pm Take a guided tour ‘down the rabbit hole’ in this film exploring the V&A exhibition and how Alice has become an enduring icon.

The Many Saints of Newark (cert tbc) at Number 8.

Saturday 9 October - 7.30pm. Based on the acclaimed TV series, this drama follows a young Tony Soprano growing up in one of the most tumultuous eras in Newark’s history.

Hare Needle Felting Workshop – Three Little Pigs

10th October 2021, 10am-4pm, Village Hall, Birlingham

The Father (12A) at Number 8.

Monday 11 October - 11.00am; Tuesday 12 October - 7.30pm Another opportunity to see this award-winning drama starring Antony Hopkins and Olivia Colman.

Respect (cert TBC) at Number 8.

Friday 15 October - 7.30pm; Monday 18 October - 11.00am; Tuesday 19 October - 7.30pm Jennifer Hudson stars in this biographical musical following Aretha Franklin’s journey from singing in the church choir as a child to superstardom as the ‘Queen of Soul’.

Sinfonia of Birmingham in Pershore

Saturday 16th October at 4.30pm. Concert in Pershore Abbey.