Come and see in the New Year, 1920s style, at The Chambers Bistro. Pull on the flapper dresses or gangster suits and party along! There will be great food and plenty of dancing. £30pp with a £5 deposit on booking. Starts at 6.45pm.
One of the most popular pantomimes, Aladdin and his wonderful Lamp, will soar into the Concordia Theatre this January.
Join the Pantomime Company on a magic carpet ride to a spectacular production for all the family. Unfortunately, children under the age of three will not be admitted to the auditorium. For tickets and prices, call the theatre box office on 01455 615005.
This live event will also feature an eclectic mix of indie, funk, soul, ska, classic, hip hop and more.
The Hinckley Fixers will be at Hinckley Library, hoping to share their skills and work with you to fix your broken items. You can bring any item along with you from laptops to lamps and the fixers will see if they can help you to fix it on the day or advise you if not.
The fixers can help you repair: electrical and electronic items, tools (including sharpening gardening tools), clothes, leather items, toys. Drop-in event, no need to book.
Hinckley’s newest night time venue will be hosting this special event for everyone who loves 90s music.
Led by Age UK Leicester Shire & Rutland and supported by the Borough Council, this is an opportunity for veterans and their spouses, carers, widows and widowers to meet for coffee and cake.
Come along to The Green Rooms, St Mary's Road, Hinckley where you will be greeted with a warm welcome.
Contact Michaela on 0116 2614606 or Joiningforces@ageukleics.org.uk for more information.
Come along to Hinckley Library’s series of monthly lunchtime talks: ‘Listen While You Lunch’. You are welcome to bring along your lunch for the session and a tea/coffee and a mince pie is included in the price of £3 (for library members) and £4.50 (for non-members).
Don’t delay – get your ticket now! For further information please contact the library on: 0116 3052500.
Booking is essential, so please pre-book your ticket from the Help Point at Hinckley library before the talk or by calling us on the telephone number above. The next session is:
‘Elizabeth I, The Young Elizabeth’ with Sally Henshaw
Come backstage and meet some of the characters from this year's pantomime in this fun-filled, free event. No booking is required - simply turn up in the morning and bring your camera. The coffee bar will be open for refreshments. For more information, contact Judy on 01455 847676.
Another night to dance away at Hinckley’s latest night time venue. The event is free before 11pm and £5 per person after.
Hinckley and District Photographic Society are holding an exhibition to showcase work from their members, featuring photographs on many different subjects and from a variety of places. This local club enter competitions, hold group meetings and is looking to recruit new members in 2020. Atkins Gallery is open Monday to Friday 08:30-17:30. For more information please email email@example.com or phone 01455 247070
Join the popular Italian restaurant for their first ever Blues night, featuring live music from Hopsons Kaffee acoustic trio. There will also be a mouth-watering, four-course meal with a special dessert made by The Loquacious Baker. Tickets cost £29.95 each.
A series of six French conversational lessons will start at the family-run cafe / bar. The sessions will cover introductions, greetings, food and how to order from French menus. As part of the evening, students will also be served a traditional French dish with optional dessert. The cost is £20 per session and must be purchased in a block of six, payable at the time of booking. Places are limited. For more information, visit the cafe or contact Petite Chouette on Facebook.