September Events in Berkshire

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6th September – Mary Berry Book signing at Camp Hopson

10.30am – 4.30pm
With the arrival of her new cookbook “Mary Berry cooks the perfect”, due out on the 1st of September, Mary will be signing copies at Camp Hopson in Newbury Town. Camp Hopson themselves are incorporating her visit with a ‘cookery themed’ day, which will consist of other demonstrations throughout the day.

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6th – 8th September – Chieveley Flower Festival

Come and see all things floral with the Chieveley Flower Festival, including craft stalls, tea and refreshments, a BBQ and an accompanying art exhibition created by local artists of the surrounding area.

The ‘Let there be Light” festival is being held over three days at St. Mary’s Church, Chieveley.

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13th September – Shaw House open-air cinema

The last in the series of movie showings this year will be the multi Oscar winning Les Miserables. Set in 19th-century France, Jean Valjean, who for years has been hunted by the ruthless policeman Javert after breaking parole, agrees to care for a factory worker’s daughter. The decision changes their lives forever.

A large area of the garden will be set up so pop your deckchairs and picnics around and feel free to bring your own food and drink.

Tickets available from Newbury Visitor Information Centre, Town Hall, Market Place or on 01635 30267. Priced at £12.50 per adult or £8.50 per child/student

The film will commence after sunset and will go ahead even if the weather is inclement, but please bring an umbrella if you think you may need it.

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17th – 20th September – Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet at the Corn Exchange

The classic tale of two lovers, torn apart by the anger of their apposing families in Verona, this dynamic new theatre production combines the purity and beauty of Shakespeare’s original text with entrancing contemporary street dance.

Directed by Rae Mcken(Artistic Director, Custom/Practice), in collaboration with choreographer Kenrick ‘H20’ Sandy and composer Michael ‘Mikey J’ Asante from the Olivier award winning hip-hop dance company, Boy Blue.

Meet and Greet: Stay behind after the 1pm show on Thursday 18 November or after the 7:45pm show on Friday 19 November to meet the cast!

Tickets: £15, concessions £13

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20th September – Dubai Duty Free International Weekend at the Racecourse

11am – 6pm
Featuring top class horseracing with two Group races, sporting masterclasses and trick shot shows.

Gates Open – 11.00am. Last race is 4.40pm
General tickets are priced from £18 – £30

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20th – 21st September – Royal County Show at Newbury Showground

8am-6pm
The Royal County of Berkshire Show has something for everyone! See everything from chickens, llamas, horse driving and pigs showing skills in the animal show. Alongside this taste Britain’s finest foods and watch cooking demonstrations to get your cooking skills up and running. Traditional crafts and horticultural displays are around to take a look at and have a try yourself. To finish the day, come and watch the best in show jumping, the wonderful spectacle of the Livestock Grand Parade and the breath taking Hot Air Balloon flight.

Tickets from £15

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27th September – Rubys Vintage and Retro Fair

10am-4pm
Ruby’s are fabulous Vintage and Retro Fairs in the West Berkshire area!
They run regular fairs in Newbury and each fair is full of vintage, retro & unique object d’art, jewellery, clothing, homeware, vintage and upcycled furniture and everything in between.

You can also sit down for a vintage style tea at their themed tea room.

Park House School, Newbury RG14 6NQ – They have moved venue from Newbury College to Park House School, Newbury RG14 6NQ but will still be full of vintage loveliness along with a pop-up vintage tea room. There is plenty of free parking on site and the location is easy to find at the southern end of Newbury on the Andover Road.

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20th September – 5th October – Octoberfest

We’ll be offering a special selection of German beer to match some traditional Oktoberfest foods such as pretzels, bratwurst and sauerkraut.

Try Erdinger Urweisse – 4.9%. a strong and spicy aroma a distinctive yeast flavor and an unmistakable top-fermenting beer profile. The recipe for Urweisse dates back to the brewery’s founding days over 120 years ago

Or try Weihenstephaner Kristall – slightly stronger at 5.4%It quenches your thirst like no other beer. With its elegant appearance, it is the speciality of our brewery. Goes well with fish, seafood and light dishes.

Call to book your table on 01635 551199