Friday 2nd to Sunday 4th June 2023 – 1940s Wartime Weekend 2023 – Great Central Railway
The 1940s are brought back to life this June with an evocative commemoration of life in wartime Britain from Friday 2nd to Sunday 4th June 2023.
1940s Wartime Weekend 2023 | Great Central Railway – The UK’s Only Main Line Heritage Railway (gcrailway.co.uk)
Leicester Riverside Festival – Saturday 3rd & Sunday 4th June
Saturday 3rd June
“Music in the Mead”, Argent’s Mead, Hinckley Town Centre
1pm – 5pm. No ticket required – FREE!
A performance by “Treacle Town” playing rhythm and blues
Saturday 3rd June
Live Music Concert in aid of Leicester Hospitals Charity, introducing“Big Bad Wilf”7pm – midnight
Forest Hill Golf Club, Markfield Lane, Botcheston, LE9 9FH.
£10 per ticket. All ticket money will be donated to this local charity.
Raffle ticket included in the ticket price – great prizes available!
Contact: 01455 824 800 Web: https://foresthillgolfclub.co.uk/events
“Goodnight Mister Tom” – 7th – 10th June
On stage at Coalville Adult School, Bridge Road, Coalville, LE67 3PW
Presented by Coalville Drama Group (CDG)
£10 (£8 concessions)
Doors open 7pm; curtain up 7.30pm
Welcome to Coalville Drama Group
Friday 9th and Saturday 10th June
“Mercury” – The Ultimate Tribute to ‘Queen’ and Freddie Mercury
Curtain up 7.30 p.m: Concordia Theatre, Stockwell Head, Hinckley, Leicestershire LE10 1RE
Tickets from £21.50
https://concordiatheatre.co.uk/ Contact telephone: 01455 615005
Saturday 10th and Sunday 11th June
Desford Open Gardens
A Floral Treat!
11am – 5pm
Tickets £5 covers both days
The Leicester Co-op Brass Band, at The Palace, High Street, Ibstock – Saturday 10th June
This well-loved brass band will be giving a Music Hall variety themed concert in an informal setting, with refreshments.
Tickets £8 (adults), children free.
Pay on the door, online, or contact Sarah 07935 263 988.
‘She Loves You’ – Music of the 1960s. – Saturday 12th June
Part of the Market Bosworth Festival
To be held at Dixie Grammar School, CV13 0LE
‘She Loves You’ – Music of the 1960s.
A talk by Steve King, who spent 35 years working in the radio industry and directing music events at the London Palladium and the Royal Albert Hall
Please arrive by 7am. Tickets £7
Please call Margaret Birch on 01455 291 052 or Ann Smith on 01455 290 833. Or see our Facebook page “The Arts Society Sparkenhoe”
Nailstone Garage Sale and Open Church – Saturday 17th June
Open 9.30am – 2pm
Stalls throughout the village and on Church Meadow
Light refreshments in church