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Things to do in Berkshire this weekend

PUBLISHED: 12:50 10 December 2018

Donnington Castle by NIL L (creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.0) via flic.kr/p/nqHuro. Edited with canva.com.

Donnington Castle by NIL L (creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.0) via flic.kr/p/nqHuro. Edited with canva.com.

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Great things to do in Berkshire this weekend (14, 15 and 16 December): art exhibitions, walks, concerts, theatre, places to visit and other events and ideas.

Details of events correct at time of publishing.


Christmas on the Farm - Ongoing event

Bucklebury Farm, Reading

www.buckleburyfarmpark.co.uk

Stephen K Amos - Friday 14 December

Norden Farm, Maidenhead

Highly acclaimed stand-up comedian Stephen K Amos hits the road this Autumn with his brand new tour.

norden.farm

Christmas Market - Saturday 15 and Sunday 16 December

Dinton Pastures Country Park

Make the trip to the beautiful Dinton Pastures Country Park for their Christmas Fair. The ideal fair for families, in addition to plenty of opportunity to find the perfect stocking filler, it is set to feature fairground rides, a climbing tower, meet the reindeer and reindeer talks.

www.dinton-pastures.co.uk

The Fir Tree - Ongoing event

Norden Farm Centre for the Arts, Maidenhead

Written by tove Jansson, and from the popular Tales in Moominvalley, this heart-warming performance follows the story of the Moomin family as their hibernation is disturbed by the arrival of Christmas. Presented by Norden Farm, the Ding Foundation, Bernadette Russell and Steve Tiplady, plus featuring live puppetry and music, this pantomime is sure to delight young theatre-goers. Tickets £13.50 and from £11.50 for under-16s.

norden.farm

Aladdin - Ongoing event

The Hexagon, Reading

Presented by Imagine Theatre and The Hexagon, this pantomime will chart the much-loved story of an adventurous hero, a scheming baddie and an all-important magical genie. Children’s TV mega-star Justin Fletcher will be taking on the role of Aladdin, whilst Sophie Ayres will feature as the Princess, and the award-winning panto dame Paul Morse will don a frock as Widow Twankey. Spectacular scenery, special effects and slapstick comedy will be aplenty. Tickets from £19.50 for concessions or £24.50 for full price, or from £14 on the opening weekend.

More pantomimes here

Christmas Market - Until Christmas Eve

The Lexicon Bracknell

Luxury shopping mall The Lexicon are holding their first festive markets this year. In addition to the shopping and eating offering the complex already holds, a sea of festive stalls will descend for the season. Visit for delicious sweet treats, personalised Christmas decorations and gifts you won’t find elsewhere.

thelexiconbracknell.com


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