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Crazy little thing called Love
When 21st April, 7:30 pm
Concordia Choir adopt the theme of LOVE - love songs from all ages Tickets available through Tourist Office - 01530 411767
Ticknall Garden Club Plant Sale
When 13th May, 10am-12pm
Garden Club Plant Sale A selection of annual/perennial plants and shrubs plus gardening sundries - all at reasonable prices!
Moira Canal Festival
When 19th May - 20th May, 10.00 -5.30
Held on the banks of the restored Ashby Canal, in the grounds of the Moira Furnace. Enjoy a wide range of entertainment and events including American Civil War Society living village and drill, Dangerous Steve extreme juggling display, Bands, Children's entertainment, classic vehicles, Morris dancing, Shreck the boat horse, boats, bar and don't miss the annual Festival Duck Race.
First Aid at Work Course
When 18th April - 20th April, 9:00am-4:00pm
First Aid at Work 18th-20th April, £200 per candidate. This course is held at our Training Centre. Courses include all materials and 3 years industry recognised certification on successful completion. We have free onsite parking available. All our courses are available at your workplace. For more information on these courses please contact us on Email:email@example.com Tel:07708522621 or visit our website: www.etsfirstaid.co.uk
The Importance of Being Earnest
When 19th April - 28th April, 19:30
The Importance Being Earnest by the master of comedy Oscar Wilde, makes a welcome visit to The Venture Theatre in this wonderfully witty, deliciously decadent and classic revival. Jack wishes to marry Algernon’s cousin the beautiful Gwendolen but first he must convince her mother, the fearsome Lady Bracknell, of the respectability of his parents and his past. For Jack, however, this is not as easy as it sounds, having started life abandoned in a handbag at Victoria station. Prepare to take a welcome turn with Wilde’s much-loved Algernon, Earnest, Gwendolen and Cecily, as town and country clash in a brilliant...
How wildlife affects work on the structures of the built environment
When 20th April, 7:30pm
Jools Partridge, Wildlife Officer for Leics. County Council, describes how wildlife affects his work on the bridges and structures of the built environment
When 20th April, 7.30 pm
In 1973 a record was released which would bridge the generation gap and become a rock anthem to both young and old - '20th Century Boy' was written and composed by Marc Bolan, who with his band T.Rex, was one of the most flamboyant and charismatic of the original glam rock era. With Bolan's special ingredient of Rock-a-Boogie songs throughout the 1970s including 'Telegram Sam' and 'Jeepster' he was able to obtain what would be yet another Top 20 record later in 1976 that has since become one of the most memorable and everlasting signature tunes, 'I Love to Boogie'....
AYRES & GRACES: NEW-FANGLED SONGS IN 1620
When 20th April, 7.30 pm to 9.30 pm
A programme of songs, poems and instrumental music that showcases the new songs and pieces that were popular in 1620, as well as, some from the preceding decades. Doors and refreshments (not included in price) from 7.00 pm The concert starts at 7.30 pm Tickets: £7.50. Limited spaces available – pre-booking recommended by calling 01455 290429
Charity Art Auction
When 20th April, 7pm- 10pm
Free entry, no commission charged, refreshments available Auction purchases to be settled by cash (card over £50). Preview and registration 7pm - 8pm, Auction 8pm - 10pm.
When 21st April, 8.00pm
Fun quiz night in aid of macmillan
Record store day
When 21st April, 8am - 11pm
Record store day we have loads happening giveaways live music and a pop up bar
Ashby Film Nights - Battle of the Sexes (12A)
When 25th April, Doors and Bar open at 7.00 pm, Film Starts – 7.30 pm
Set in 1973, the story is based on the true story of Billie Jean King, the then women's tennis number one being challenged to a match by Bobby Briggs, a self-proclaimed "male chauvinist pig" to prove that men are better at tennis, full stop. Emma Stone gives an excellent human portrayal of King and Steve Carrell is ideally suited to show off Briggs boorishness.