Featuring well-known classics such as 'Make Em Laugh', 'Good Morning' and of course 'Singin' In The Rain', this charming musical is a must-see at the Lichfield Garrick. Playing from Tuesday 6th June – Saturday 10th June.
Friday 9th June:
A new play, covering one hour in 1803, revealing the story of how the famous Herkenrode Glass came to Lichfield Cathedral.
A great evening is in store at the Lichfield Rugby Union Football Club with this former England and Sale player sharing his life in rugby.
Saturday 10th June:
Got some old jewellery that no longer gets worn? Why not donate it instead of throwing it away? Treasure for Treasure invites people to give up pieces of jewellery that haven't been worn in years.
Explore the Erasmus Darwin House's herb garden in all its glory with trails, garden tours and children’s activities.
Looking for bridal and prom make-up in Lichfield? Visit Beauty Boutique on Saturdays for bridal and prom make-up packages by their resident makeup artist Louise from 12pm - 4pm.
A monthly group supporting writers at all levels of inspiration. Join the informal and friendly group, supporting writers at all levels in an inspiring venue.
Bring the family to Lichfield Cathedral for some fun activities! They've got lots of activities on offer. Enjoy cake, chatter and make some new friends!
Visit Lichfield Cathedral for a glass of champagne and this romantic tale of knights in shining armour, performed by Lesley Smith, Curator of Tutbury Castle.
Sunday 11th June:
Browse stalls, taste the culinary treats, talk to artists and designer-makers, or sample delicious food. No matter what the weather rain or shine, the market will enliven your spirit.
Everyone is invited to hear the sounds of the City of Lichfield Concert Band when they perform two outdoor concerts in the historical setting of the Museum Gardens in Beacon Park.
Something for in the week…
Please support the Ruby Cantonese and Chinese Restaurant in raising money for The Manchester Victims. On Monday 12th June the Ruby Chinese Restaurant are hosting a charity evening on behalf of the Manchester Victims.
Group members have been using local history and art to consider present-day objects which have special meaning for us and our community. Their ‘Treasure Boxes’ will form a Treasures and Relics exhibition planned by Lichfield Mysteries Community Arts.
Barton Gardens Festival is a grand event, over two days with something for children, parents, grandparents and other sundry adults to enjoy. Come and join in the fun which takes place all around the village!
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