Starring Coronation Street's Nick Cochrane as King Hugo, this spectacular show is full of stunning scenery, sparkling costumes, hilarious slapstick and bags of panto magic. This Christmas, you won't want to miss this beauty of a tale that's anything but sleepy!
Premium Performances: Stalls £21, £20 concessions; Circle £20, £19 concessions; Family £74
Standard Performances: Stalls £19, £18.50 concessions; Circle £18.50, £17.50 concessions; Family £68
Special Offer Performances: £17 Members Special Price Offer Saturday 14 December. £14.00 Available from Box Office Relaxed performance on Friday 3rd January 2.30pm.
Contact box office on 01636 655755 for more details.
Join us as the National Civil War Centre is taken over by toddlers!
Drop in with your little ones anytime between 10am and 4pm for a for a free day of fun as we offer them the chance to join our team.
Get stuck in as an archaeologist digging for treasure in our sandpit, guard our galleries as a member of security, make big decisions as a curator, join our marketing team making posters, become a member of café staff in our play kitchen and more!
Hosted by HUG - their first Christmas mini market within the Castle walls in Newark!
Local businesses will be there with gifts and goods at a special price so that you can grab a Christmas bargain.
Entry is free and seasonal refreshments are available including mulled wine, hot chocolate and gingerbread.
Wrap up warm. bring your friends and listening to Christmas carols with the HUG team.
Film Fridays in Lowdham
The very brilliant Lowdham Village Hall committee organise regular rural film shows in the village hall on the last Friday of the month.
Films start at 7.30pm and tickets are £6 or £5 for concessions
Friday 29 November Fisherman's Friends (12A)
There is a licensed bar at all the screenings, plus ice cream, popcorn, hot drinks and a delicious selection of home-made cakes.
Live and Local Nottinghamshire
For many years the brilliant Village Ventures scheme has toured the district providing drama, music, comedy and dance within our rural village halls and community centres.
The scheme has recently rebranded to Live and Local Nottinghamshire and the autumn programme is out!
Villages in this year’s scheme include Gunthorpe, Maplebeck, Caunton, North Muskham, Norwell, South Clifton, South Scarle, Winthorpe, Coddington, Barnby in the Willows, Blidworth and Oxton.
The local programme includes drama and comedy with the Fishhouse Theatre, blues-folk with Sunjay, high-energy vaudeville with My Sweet Patootie, fairy tales with the Gonzo Moose Theatre, puppetry and clowning with Eggs on Legs and warm- hearted drama with Old Herbaceous (dubbed Downtown Abbey with gardening tips) and much more. There really is nothing like a live show!
Dates for your diary, special markets in Newark 2019
Sunday 24 November Christmas Lights Switch-on
Sunday 8 December Christmas Market
Saturday 14 and Sunday 15 Winter Food Festival and Christmas Market
Sunday 22 December Christmas Market
Newark Farmer's Market
The best place to find excellent food is at a farmer’s market. This is where growers, bakers and all kinds of food and drink makers sell their produce direct to you.
And the good news is the NEW Newark Farmer’s Market is coming to the market place on the first Saturday of each month.
Visit the avenues outside the Town Hall between 9.30am and 3.30pm for the best seasonal produce that the region has to offer.
Products on offer will include locally sourced meats, sausages and bacons, award winning pastries and pies, renowned cheeses from Cropwell Bishop Creamery and Lincolnshire Poacher, delicious brownies and confectionary, international food and specialist coffees.
If you're unsure due to weather conditions or other circumstances, please check with the tourist information centre before attending an event that it has not been cancelled. We try and keep our events lists as up to date as possible but events can be cancelled at the last minute.