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I recently asked for some event & local gift ideas for the Christmas period. There was a lack of suggested gift ideas but below are some events. If you have anymore then please feel free to comment, as with festive events, get them sent in!
Give The Gift Of Live Entertainment this Christmas with a Scunthorpe Theatres E gift card. E-Gift Cards are great for last-minute gifts! They’re also great for knowing a recipient lives nearby and / or wants to attend an upcoming event at The Baths Hall or The Plowright Theatre! BUY HERE
Papercraft Christmas Lantern Workshop @ 20-21 Visual Arts Centre @ Church Square Description: Create a beautiful and intricate papercraft lantern under the expertise of paper-engineer Shobhna Patel. Learn useful tips and tricks on paper craft to help you along the way and to utilise on future projects. This stunning paper craft lantern can be illuminated with an LED tealight. Perfect to use as a unique gift idea for friends or family, or simply keep for yourself! Suitable for age 16+ Tickets
Santa’s Grotto @ Normanby Hall Country Park Saturday, 7 December⋅11:00 – 15:00 Come and visit Father Christmas in the Walled Garden Grotto from 11am to 3pm on the following dates: Saturday 30 November Sunday 1 December Saturday 7 December Sunday 8 December Saturday 14 December
As well as meeting Father Christmas and enjoying the decorations there will festive face paints and glitter tattoos, plus much more. Tickets can be bought from our Gift Shop on the day and cost £7 per child (accompanying adults go free) or for £10 you can add face painting. Car parking is £4, or display your Normanby membership.
Scunthorpe Vegan MarketSunday, 8 December⋅11:00 – 16:00 @ Café INDIEpendent Festive Vegan market, with delicious food, local vegan businesses, a variety of stalls and live music in the centre of Scunthorpe at Cafe Indiependent. £1 entry (In aid of Pudz Animal Sanctuary)
Tuesday, 17 December 2019 at The Plowright Theatre – A CHRISTMAS CONCERT
Get in the festive spirit and join us for a bumper collection of carols, Christmas songs, poems and festive readings plus a FREE Mince Pie! BOOK NOW –>
Wednesday, 11 December up until New Year’s Eve at The Baths Hall – ALADDIN!
Only 5 days to go until our annual Christmas pantomime Aladdin starring Annie Fanny starts at The Baths Hall! Hurry tickets are flying out this year with record-breaking sales and many shows are close to selling out. BOOK NOW –>
Wednesday, 11 December at The Plowright Theatre – CHRISTMAS MEMORIES
An afternoon of festive nostalgia, be transported back on a yuletide sleigh ride filled with over 60 all-time favourite Christmas songs and carols. BOOK NOW –>
Historic Christmas Market @ Normanby Hall Country Park Sat, 14 December, 10:00 – 17:00 Description: Normanby Hall Country Park is set to stage its first historic Christmas Market, from Friday 13 to Sunday 15 December 2019. Visitors will be able to step back in time and buy handmade gifts and produce from the travelling troupe of traders dressed in authentic historical costume, all in the beautiful park grounds. Gifts on offer will include historical food and trinkets, traditional archery equipment, leather goods, handmade jewellery and much more! Musicians and entertainers will also be on hand to get you in the festive spirit. The traders travel around the country selling their wares, and may be familiar to Lincolnshire audiences from their time at the famous Medieval Christmas Market at Bishops Palace in Lincoln. The historic Christmas Market is open from 6.30pm to 9pm on Friday 13 December, 10am to 5pm and 6.30 to 9pm on Saturday 14 December and 10am to 3pm on Sunday 15 December. It coincides with the popular Christmas Market, which is held on Sunday 15 December and features more 70 stalls selling fabulous local crafts and produce.
Thursday, 19 December at The Plowright Theatre – BUDDY HOLLY & THE CRICKETERS Buddy Holly and the Cricketers once again herald in the Yuletide festivities with Holly at Christmas!
Saturday, 21 & Sunday, 22 December at The Plowright Theatre – A CHRISTMAS CRACKER An evening of Christmas fun and entertainment – including the annual potted panto. BOOK NOW –>
Monday, 23 December at The Plowright Theatre – THE SANTA SHOW! Santa’s Christmas Countdown is an interactive family afternoon show where every child gets to meet Santa after the show and receives a present! BOOK NOW –>
See Calendar for full listings: (Updated frequently)
Saturday Morning we were in the town centre and got a craving for a full English breakfast. I’d previously seen on Facebook an inviting image of a full English breakfast at The Lord Bobs and we kept meaning to try the food there so it was a good opportunity.