Another Bank Holiday sails into view, so happily soon after the Easter Break and just for you, we have loads of interestingly mad may ish things to do in a non Game of Thronesy way.
Although having said that on the 1st May - the finest example of the hunger for power is showing at the Attfield KinoKulture Cinema - The National Theatre Live filmed performance of King Lear - destined to be one of the most memorable productions of our time.
For the lovers of fine handmade treasures and vintage there is the May Day MOB Fair at the Memorial Hall on Saturday, with tea and lovely cake.
Fans of classic cars and steam trains and all such lovely machinery will be jolly bonkers not to miss the Heritage and Classic Vehicle Extravaganza at the Cambrian Railway Centre.
There's a Ceilidh workshop and a storming evening of Ceilidh at the Willow Gallery.
Next week sees the start of the Second Whittington Music Festival, with the outstandingly gifted, young and beautiful Werther Ensemble, with four nights of Schubert's Chamber Music. Tickets are selling like hot cakes, after their dazzling debut last year.
And, something to look forward to the following week - Jim Crace, Booker nominated and best selling author will be at Booka Bookshop, talking about his latest novel - Harvest.
So what are you waiting for?
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