THEATRE: Thomas Hardy's Bathsheba Everdene is brought to life in a new production of his classic novel, Far From The Madding Crowd. Theresa Heskins's new adaptation of the novel continues at the New Vic Theatre in Basford tonight. The play tells the story of the wild, willful and fiercely independent Bathsheba, who finds herself having to choose between the competing attentions of three very different men. Call the box office on 01782 717962 for tickets.
CONCERT: The Keele Chapel Singers present a summer evening of folk songs and spirituals on Saturday. The concert is at Keele University Chapel at 7.30pm. Tickets cost £7 (£5 concessions). Admission is by tickets at the door and net proceeds will go to The Donna Louise Children's Hospice Trust.
THEATRE: Louise Roche's Girls' Night continues at The Regent theatre tonight. Starring real-life sisters Kim and Gillian Taylforth (ex-EastEnders), it's a night of fun, laughter and karaoke. Call the box office on 0844 871 7627 for tickets.
EXHIBITION: Artist and former miner Jim Matthew Fallon presents a display of work in an exhibition entitled, Pictures Of Local Industrial Interest From Former Days. It runs until Saturday at Newcastle Library. Call 01782 297300 for details.
This Sunday between 11am & 4pm with FREE admission at the Moat House Hotel Festival Park we will be exhibiting with some special show offers, the weather forecast isn't good but our deals are
Terms: Visit us or pick up a voucher at the show to be eligible
Contact: 01782 342609
Valid until: Sunday, June 23 2013
FESTIVAL: The Acoustic Festival of Great Britain returns to Uttoxeter Racecourse from tomorrow. Headline acts include Joan Armatrading, Katrina from Katrina And The Waves, and Glenn Tilbrook. Tickets cost from £80 for the weekend or from £25 for a day ticket from www.acousticfestival.co.uk