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Local charities and businesses can now secure their place in this year’s Christmas Tree Festival at Lichfield Cathedral, which will run from 1 December – 6 January 2019!
Lichfield Cathedral is inviting visitors to get into the Christmas spirit with the return of its annual ‘A Cathedral Illuminated’ show featuring spectacular visuals projected across the building.
The Festive Season gets under way in Lichfield on Sunday, 25 November. There will be a special market from 11am around the City centre selling food and gifts, events at the Samuel Johnson Birthplace Museum and children’s rides.
Join the National Memorial Arboretum as the sun begins to set for the annual Twilight Trek. This atmospheric event offers the opportunity for visitors to experience and explore the Arboretum at twilight.
RUSH follows the exciting development and influence of Reggae music and how it took the world by storm. Join The RUSH Theatre Company as they tell the extraordinary story of hopeful migrants, seeking a better life in the Motherland, as they board the SS Empire Windrush and set sail from the port of Kingston, Jamaica - bringing their music with them.
ROSS NOBLE returns to dance around the stage spinning out all the nonsense in his head into a hilarious stand up show. At some point, he may wander into a shadowy part of the stage and look a bit shadowy.
While Jack Manningham is out on the town each evening, his wife Bella is home alone. She can’t explain the disappearance of familiar objects, the mysterious footsteps overhead or the ghostly flickering of the gaslight in the living room.
Visit the National Memorial Arboretum to enjoy a spectacular evening of summer entertainment.
As the sun begins to set over the Arboretum grounds, the live band will regale the audience with a rousing performance featuring a repertoire of traditional proms favourites.
The evening will end with a firework finale.
Visitors are welcome to bring a picnic to enjoy; the Restaurant will also be open during the evening, where a selection of delicious drinks and snacks will be available to purchase.
A cinematic event not to be missed! Visit the National Memorial Arboretum on Saturday 14 and Sunday 15 July for special evening showings of two fantastic films; the 1990 classic Pretty Woman and the 2017 Academy Award nominated, Darkest Hour.
Free Saxon-themed fun and entertainment for the whole family, including the live reveal of a huge community art project, will fill Tamworth’s Castle Grounds this Saturday (July 14) as part of the four-day Aethelfest activities.