Your Events...
A former mill town, Bolton now has a little bit of everything to keep residents busy. Take in a play at Albert Halls, or spend some time learning about new things with your family at the Bolton Museum, Aquarium and Archive in the centre of the town. We can also help you find information on numerous Bolton sporting events where spectators are welcome, including field hockey, football, and baseball games.
General Events
Wacky World UK
  • Tuesday 18th February
All you need is kids with lots of energy & camera for selfies Inflatable fun for all the family! View event
Creative Writing workshops
Ever fancied learning to write poems or stories? Want to record some of your memories? Or just love chatting about books?... View event
BACKUP North West Ladies Lunch 2020
  • Friday 28th February 11:30am until 4:00pm
Registration is now open for the BACKUP North West Ladies Lunch View event
TAKE THAT TRIBUTE NIGHT
  • Friday 6th March 7:30pm until 11:59pm
Friday 6th March the night to NEVER FORGET View event
MOTHER'S DAY LUNCH
  • Sunday 22nd March 12:00pm until 7:00pm
SUNDAY 22ND MARCH Treat your Mum this Mother's Day! View event
LITTLE MIX TRIBUTE PARTY
  • Friday 10th April 3:00pm until 6:30pm
FRIDAY 10TH APRIL Enjoy an afternoon of Family Fun and Entertainment this Easter weekend View event
Boobie nights with High hopes for Halliwellbeing
  • Saturday 25th April 7:00pm until 11:59pm
A disco night fundraising for 2 local charities, High hopes for halliwellbeing and Bolton Breast Unit. View event
L.F. Cycle Challenge 2020
  • Sunday 26th April 8:00am until 4:00pm
Our epic cycle challenge is back for its 7th year, book your place now to secure your discounted place! NOW WITH CHIP TIMING!! View event
Guys and Dolls
Considered by many to be the perfect musical comedy, Guys and Dolls is based on the tales of Damon Runyan and set in 1950s New York. View event
Midnight Memories Walk 2020 Bolton Hospice
  • Saturday 20th June
8 Mile Sponsored Walk through the moonlight for Bolton Hospice Saturday 20th June 2020 Starting from the iconic Victoria Square View event