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Things to do in Berkshire this July

PUBLISHED: 14:05 02 July 2019 | UPDATED: 12:03 03 July 2019

Giffords Circus (marklordphotography.co.uk)

Giffords Circus (marklordphotography.co.uk)


We round up some of the best events and things to do across Berkshire this month

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Hungerford Summer Festival - 28 June-14 July

This year's programme includes a wide range of live music, comedies, drama, music, art, film and a variety of walks, talks and workshops for all ages.


Maidenhead's Inspirational Women, Maidenhead Heritage Centre - 4 July-23 August

This exhibition features Nancy Astor, Baroness Shreela Flather, Theresa May, Diana Dors, Sylvia Anderson, Katherine Grainger and Sophie Christiansen among others who continue to inspire.


Brick City at The Base Greenham, Thatcham - 5 July-8 September

Take a tour around the world with Brick City, an exhibition of iconic buildings recreated in LEGO®.


Eden Food Fair (Just across the border - High Wycombe) - 6 July

Now in its eighth year, Eden Shopping Centre's much anticipated food fair is back, and bigger than ever. And this year, Dean Edwards and Katy Ashworth will be performing live on the stage.


The Lexicon Proms, Bracknell - 6 July

Enjoy a celebration of community musical entertainment, featuring a line-up of youth performers - a first for The Lexicon Proms.


Ministry of Science, The Corn Exchange, Newbury - 10 July

This show takes an anarchic approach to science communication whilst looking at the inventors and engineers who have inspired the modern world that we live in. Expect lots of loud bangs!


Giffords Circus, Windsor Great Park - 11-22 July

Giffords Circus returns to Windsor Great Park. New show Xanadu is about the flower power movement at its height. Hippies, hipsters, rock stars, musicians, wild women and global nomads with Shamanic horses gather to play, sing, dance, protest and perform.


Summer Mile Family Raceday, Ascot - 13 July

The Summer Mile Racing Weekend will showcase elite Flat racing, including the £110,000 Group 2 Fred Cowley MBE Memorial Summer Mile. There will be a family zone themed around 'My First Festival', with a host of attractions to thrill children aged 4-15. Between races, little ones can participate in a Teddy Bears' Picnic or go on fairground rides and ride ponies. There will also be storytelling, magicians, balloon modelling, face painting, jugglers and soft play.


Queen of the Night, The Mill at Sonning - 14 July

A stunning celebration of the music and life of Whitney Houston, one of the greatest singers of our time.


Food & Drink Market at Holme Grange Craft Village, Wokingham - 14 July

Sample some tasty offerings and enjoy a unique shopping experience.


Summer Lovin': Music for a Summer's Evening, Theatre Royal - 16-21 July

Windsor A series of music concerts featuring everything from ABBA to Ariana Grande, La Boheme to Elton John and a host of other exciting one-night events.


Women in Power: Elizabeth Day at Cliveden House, near Maidenhead - 19 July

Author and journalist Elizabeth Day will discuss her career in newspapers, her latest book, and share her insights into what success really means.


Jaguar Tri-Fest, Dorney Lake - 20-21 July

Alongside the Olympic, Sprint and Super Sprint Triathlon distances, the event village will include acoustic live music, a Champagne garden, children's activities and glamping facilities. Jaguar will also be offering a range of dynamic driving experiences.


Rock for Heroes, Theatre Royal Windsor - 21 July

This concert theatre show fundraises for Help for Heroes. Performed by a full live rock band and superb singers, complete with brilliant personalities and comedy value, this really is a night out unlike any other.


Cliveden Summer Holiday Trail, near Maidenhead - 25 July-2 September

Explore shapes in nature and create a craft to take home.


Summer Garden Party at Cumberland Lodge, Windsor Great Park - 28 July

Everyone's welcome to this summer garden party, and all proceeds will help to support charitable work in empowering people to tackle the causes and effects of social division.There will be live music, guided tours of the lodge, refreshments, games and horse-drawn carriage rides.


Wind in the Willows Outdoor Theatre at Cliveden, near Maidenhead - 30-31 July

A re-telling of Kenneth Grahame's children's tale, set on the Rriver Thames. Join Moley, Ratty, Mr Toad and friends for a fun adventure.


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